TORONTO—Ontario is delaying the release of its full budget as the province prepares to weather economic challenges the COVID-19 pandemic will bring, the finance minister announced Monday.
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TORONTO—Ontario's elementary teachers are set to resume contract talks with the government tomorrow, but they're warning that if bargaining doesn't produce an agreement, the union will resume job action after March break.
TORONTO—The City of Toronto and the union representing thousands of its workers agreed yesterday to extend a strike deadline by 48 hours, with both sides expressing optimism that a deal can be reached to avoid a labour disruption.
TORONTO—Premier Doug Ford's government admits there is a problem with new licence plates it started issuing to drivers just weeks ago, and says it's working with the manufacturer to address complaints that the models are hard to see in low light.
TORONTO—The Ontario legislature resumes today after a winter break that's been consumed by an escalating conflict with the province's public school teachers.
Contract talks between the Progressive Conservative government and the four major teachers' unions have largely stalled, and a co-ordinated provincewide strike set for Friday will see about two million students out of class.
TORONTO—Former cabinet minister Steven Del Duca has emerged as the clear front-runner in the Ontario Liberal leadership race, according to new data released by the party.
Del Duca has secured the support of 1,173 delegates out of the 2,724 who will select the party's replacement for former premier Kathleen Wynne at a convention on March 7.
TORONTO—A planned restructuring of Ontario's public health units should be put on hold until the current novel coronavirus outbreak is over, the leader of the provincial Opposition said yesterday.
TORONTO—The Ontario government's proposal to double logging volumes over the next decade goes too far in serving the forestry industry without doing enough to protect the province's wildlife, environmentalists said Tuesday as they called for a balanced plan.
TORONTO—Ontario's elections watchdog must determine whether a series of weekend newspaper ads criticizing teachers' unions broke the law, the province's official opposition said yesterday as it called for a formal investigation.
TORONTO—Wait times for children and youth mental health services have more than doubled in two years, according to a report from care providers who are urging Premier Doug Ford's government to increase spending to address the delays.