Maybe I should have called out Janet Ecker instead.
My memory is fuzzy, but I seem to recall Eves' government backing away from the supporting public education. I thought they had repealed the Equity in Education Tax Credit, but some quick googling seems to prove my memory a liar (though some reports imply that he may have halved the credit - that doesn't quite make him a champion of liberty).
I thought Eves had buckled under public opinion, but, as the link shows, it may have just been his prominent backers. At the very least, I think it can be said that the Progressive Conservatives lurched towards the progressive side during his tenure as Premier, at least as far as school choice is concerned.
This continues Part 1 and Part 2 of my critique of the arguments for aggressive antitrust activism offered in Steven Pearlstein’s *Washington Post* artic...