Sneaky move by Tories opens door for corporate political donations - 2019-03-28
Ontario was a latecomer. Ottawa and most other provinces had already implemented this reform. Better late than never.
One of the concerns the legislature had at the time was that corporations and unions, with a wink and a nod, could circumvent the intent of the bill by giving employees or members money to pass on to a political party under the guise of an individual donation.
To address this concern, the bill included a clause requiring donors to certify that the money came from their own pockets.