TORONTO—The firing of a high-ranking provincial police officer waging a legal battle over the controversial appointment of Ontario's top cop yesterday renewed accusations of political interference the government denied.
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TORONTO—Ontario is gathering feedback on legislation aimed at eliminating the gender wage gap, including asking businesses how onerous pay transparency reporting would be.
TORONTO—Ontario's social services ministry directed autism therapy providers in the fall to only take on new clients with previous service commitments, but the minister denied yesterday the move amounted to freezing the wait list for treatment.
TORONTO—Ontario is consolidating its local and provincial health networks to create a central agency as part of a system overhaul, the health minister announced today, though she wouldn't say if the move will save money or lead to job losses.
TORONTO—An arbitrator has awarded Ontario doctors a new contract in a ruling that puts no hard cap on the physician services budget, a decision that comes after a years-long fracture in doctors' relationship with the government.
TORONTO—Ontario's education minister is defending the $140,000 salary for a failed Tory candidate to lead a standardized testing organization—a job that was previously a part-time appointment.
TORONTO—Higher sales and corporate income tax revenues have pushed Ontario's deficit down $1 billion, the Progressive Conservative government said yesterday as it released its third-quarter finances.
That means the deficit for 2018-19, according to the Tories, is projected to be $13.5 billion.
TORONTO—Changes to Ontario's autism program are raising concerns that thousands of autistic children who will receive fewer hours of therapy will be pushed into schools unable to properly accommodate them.
TORONTO—Ontario is overhauling its autism program in an attempt to clear a waiting list of 23,000 children, but families and advocates say that backlog will be eliminated at the expense of the amount and quality of treatment.
TORONTO—Ontario's health minister yesterday was forced to make assurances that long-term care inspections and the province's air ambulance service will not be privatized, as leaked documents appear to peg those services for “outsourcing.”