TORONTO — The Ontario legislature is introducing airport-style security next year, as it becomes one of the last provinces to start making all visitors pass through metal detectors—upgrades being made in the wake of two deadly attacks in Toronto last year.
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TORONTO—Grievances from frustrated pot customers have given the Ontario Cannabis Store the dubious distinction of being the government organization that was the subject of the most complaints to the province's ombudsman.
TORONTO—Accessing medical records through a secure app, texting with health-care providers, using e-consultations for specialists ‚Äî those are some of the ways Ontario's special adviser on health care envisions the increased use of virtual care in the province.
TORONTO—Ontario's legislature will no longer host a Canada Day celebration, as the government cancels a decades-old tradition with declining attendance.
The government is instead putting up to $80,000 toward free admission at attractions around the province, said Premier Doug Ford's executive director of communications.
TORONTO—Ontario Premier Doug Ford has revoked the appointments of two people to lucrative foreign posts a day after announcing them, following reports that they had ties to his chief of staff.
TORONTO—Less than a year after freezing driver and vehicle fees in Ontario, the Progressive Conservative government is considering raising them again, while bracing for a “negative reaction.”
TORONTO, Ont - More than 100 people are being laid off at a treatment centre for children with disabilities‚ a move the centre says is a direct result of Ontario's changes to autism funding.
The minister responsible said more “staffing changes” across the sector are likely.
TORONTO—A former Progressive Conservative caucus member is denying defamation allegations from Premier Doug Ford's chief of staff, saying the official already had a “negative reputation” before a series of tweets in question.
TORONTO—Shortly after Caroline Mulroney took the reins as Ontario's attorney general, she spoke to a judge about the often stymied process of modernizing the court system.
“I said, 'I heard you're still working with fax machines,' and the judge said, 'Oh please don't take away our fax machines, we worked really hard to get them,'” Mulroney said in a recent interview.
TORONTO—Premier Doug Ford's chief of staff is suing a former Progressive Conservative caucus member for defamation, alleging that Randy Hillier tried to “destroy” his reputation after being booted from the party.