TORONTO—Two months after their leader resigned amid sexual misconduct allegations, Ontario's Progressive Conservatives have turfed another legislator and barred him from running for re-election over sexual harassment allegations from a former intern.
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TORONTO—Ontario's newly-minted Progressive Conservative leader will not bring journalists with him on the campaign trail this spring—a rare move experts and critics say suggests the Tories are keen to keep the unpredictable populist politician out of the hot seat as he takes on two more seasoned rivals.
TORONTO—The newly-crowned leader of Ontario's beleaguered Opposition no longer is being challenged by his main rival, who refused to concede for nearly a day.
Christine Elliott met with Doug Ford yesterday evening to congratulate him on his narrow win in the race to lead Ontario's Progressive Conservative party.
AJAX, Ont.—While consistently dismissing critics who accuse her of cashing in on her family name, Caroline Mulroney has recruited her famous father to shore up support as she fights to seize the reins of Ontario's Opposition.
TORONTO—Patrick Brown's denial of sexual misconduct allegations went up another notch yesterday as the former leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives challenged his accusers to go to police and file formal complaints.
TORONTO—Ontario Progressive Conservatives who want to help choose the party's next leader will have to prove their identity before they can participate in the vote.
The party said it is putting in place a two-step verification system to ensure the transparency of the online ballot, which is scheduled for early March.
TORONTO—Caroline Mulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, is running to become the leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservative Party.
Mulroney confirmed the news, which has been rumoured for more than a week, in a series of interviews yesterday afternoon at a hockey arena in north Toronto.
TORONTO—Ontario doctors who have a moral or religious objection to treatments such as assisted dying, contraception, or abortions must refer patients to another doctor who can provide the service, after a court found it is necessary to guarantee that vulnerable patients can access the care they need.
TORONTO—Ontario's Opposition leader is stepping down amid allegations of sexual misconduct—dealing a severe blow to his party just months before the province heads to the polls.
NORTH BAY, Ont.—The birthplace of the Dionne quintuplets weathered a treacherous trek down the dark, snow-blanketed streets of a northeastern Ontario city on Sunday as it once again was uprooted and hauled to a new location.