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17 days ago

Ontario not meeting emissions targets, AG says level of non-compliance is 'surprising'

Lysyk found that Ontario is not focused on the targets set two years ago that aimed to reduce emissions by 30 percent below the province's 2005 levels by 2030.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
19 days ago

Ford says Ontario is 'staring down the barrel of another lockdown' as more regions enter 'Red Zone'

There is growing concern across the province about the potential harms that another lockdown would have on people’s mental and physical health, as well as on the economy.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel
a month ago

Ford government to make it illegal for employers to ban poppies

The announcement was made on Ford's social media shortly after politicians of all parties denounced Whole Foods.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
2 months ago

Ford government to overhaul Ontario recycling program and force manufacturers to pay

Ontario's Blue Box program is getting a complete overhaul. The province is putting the multi-million dollar cost that municipalities have been paying onto producers of packaged goods.

Joe Vaughan
2 months ago

EXCLUSIVE: York Centre Liberal candidate says Israel is 'racist' and 'delegitimizes' non-Jews

Saks attacks Israel, saying, "It is deeply racist towards its minorities and does not see itself as a light and shelter or future home to asylum seekers fleeing war."

The Post Millennial
2 months ago

BREAKING: Ford announces new restrictions on visitors to long-term care facilities

Visits will be limited to "staff, essential visitors, and essential caregivers only," to slow the spread of the virus.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
2 months ago

Ontario toddler dies in her sleep after doctors refuse to perform tests and tell parents she only had the flu

The mother of a two-year-old girl who passed away in her sleep three days after doctors said she had the flu says the healthcare system failed her.

Collin Jones
3 months ago

BREAKING: Ford government to limit social gatherings to 10 people for Toronto, Ottawa

According to a senior government source, gathering limits will be reduced to 10 indoors and 25 outdoors for urban areas like Toronto, Peel Region and Ottawa. Businesses will not be included in these new rules.

Joe Vaughan
3 months ago

Bank robbers busted in Mississauga, OPP officer in hospital after pursuit

On Wednesday afternoon, around 3 p.m., Waterloo police responded to the robbery of a Scotiabank branch in Cambridge. Suspects fled the branch in a vehicle and proceeded towards a highway exit.

Joe Vaughan
3 months ago

Toronto mayor says strip clubs should close again following another COVID-19 outbreak

Toronto Mayor John Tory said Monday that it could be a good idea to shut down adult entertainment venues again following a COVID-19 outbreak reported in a second strip club in the city.

Collin Jones
3 months ago

Halloween makes Ford 'nervous' as COVID-19 cases increase

Speaking with reporters during his daily COVID-19 briefing on Thursday, Doug Ford said that he is "nervous" about children going out trick or treating this year due to COVID-19.

Joe Vaughan
3 months ago

Toronto school teachers to undergo bizarre social justice training on 'white fragility'

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is reportedly spending next week's professional development session learning the ins and outs of white privilege and anti-Indigenous racism.

Collin Jones
3 months ago

99-year-old veteran walks 100 kilometres for COVID-19 research

Back in April, George Markow, a 99-year-old WWII veteran who lives in Newmarket, Ontario, set a goal to walk 100 kilometres while raising money for COVID-19 medical research. Yesterday morning, Mr. Markow completed his goal.

Joe Vaughan
3 months ago

Ontario's SIU looking into incident at Toronto protest, seven officers injured, arrests made

Ontario's Special Investigations Unit is investigating a Saturday night incident that ended with two people arrested and seven Toronto Police officers injured.

Joe Vaughan
3 months ago

Ontario water park closed after sewing needles, thumbtacks found on equipment

Spray and Play Wading Pool in Woodstock, Ontario was closed on Saturday after thumb tacks and sewing needles were found on the ground.

Joe Vaughan

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