The 2017 Canadian National Exhibition kicked-off Friday morning with increased security in place after the attacks in Spain.
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Bombardier is taking Metrolinx to court in order to stop what it alleges is an unfair procurement process for a multi-billion dollar GO system maintenance contract.
Up to 185,000 jobs could be put at risk if Ontario’s Liberal government keeps its pledge to increase the minimum wage to $15.
As communities age and money for big projects dries up, top municipal officials are saying “something has to give.”
Ontario’s Liberal government is talking with Quebec about a plan to purchase power, but insists no deal has been struck.
Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown says he will close two glaring political fundraising loopholes left open by the Liberal government if he’s elected premier.
A Progressive Conservative MPP wants the Ontario government to target drug peddlers who import pill press machines.
The Ontario government’s coffers just got a jolt of cash.
Just one in ten Ontarians say they trust Premier Kathleen Wynne.
Is that the best you’ve got?
Ontarians are in for a hydro shock.
Premier Kathleen Wynne shrugged off a pricey parka purchase for civil servants by pointing to the thermometer in the province’s far north.
Ontario’s Liberal government plans to finance next year’s election spending spree with millions in new debt.
Pick your poison.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says she has the prescription for all that ails Ontario — universal pharmacare.
Moments after introducing a package of measures designed to cool the GTA’s red-hot housing market, Premier Kathleen Wynne conceded she’s open to doing more if her plan doesn’t work.
Will it be a bacon-saving budget for Ontario’s unpopular Liberal government?
If Kathleen Wynne could change one thing about her job, what would it be?
Dogged by questions about her political future, Premier Kathleen Wynne found herself on the defensive about her rock- bottom approval ratings Friday.
The Ontario Energy Board says that one month after a ban on winter electricity disconnections took effect, about half of the affected customers remain disconnected.