TORONTO—Ontario's post-secondary institutions now are expected to have free-speech policies in place under a controversial provincial rule that officially came into effect this year.
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TORONTO—Police and the public need to be able to clearly distinguish between valid street checks by officers and random stops that should be abandoned altogether, a judge tasked with reviewing the province's regulations on the issue said Friday.
TORONTO—An overwhelming majority of those who weighed in on Ontario's sex education on the first day of public consultations opposed Premier Doug Ford's repeal of a modernized curriculum introduced by the previous Liberal government.
TORONTO—The Ontario government introduced legislation yesterday that would prevent a strike or lockout at one of the province's major power utilities—a move its said was necessary to avoid power outages over the holidays.
Labour minister Laurie Scott said that if passed, the bill would send the dispute between the Power Workers' Union and Ontario Power Generation to arbitration.
TORONTO—Ontario's financial watchdog says the province's deficit will rise to $12.3 billion this fiscal year—half-a-billion more than he predicted before the spring election but less than the Progressive Conservative government's own projections.
TORONTO—Ontario's social assistance costs ballooned under the previous Liberal government but the system failed to help recipients become self-reliant or consistently ensure that only those eligible received support, the province's auditor general said yesterday.
TORONTO—Ontario is weakening environmental oversight at a time when the province is changing gears on fighting climate change, advocacy groups said yesterday as they urged the government to cancel proposed changes to the environmental watchdog.
TORONTO—Quebec's premier yesterday pressed his Ontario counterpart to reconsider controversial changes to French language services but couldn't sway Doug Ford, who maintained francophones in his province would continue to be well-served.
TORONTO—Ontario Premier Doug Ford defended his finance minister yesterday, saying allegations of sexual misconduct against the veteran legislator referenced in a book by former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown are nothing but a “disgusting smear campaign.”
TORONTO—Ontario's only outlet for legal recreational cannabis has eliminated its backlog on orders and is “back on track” when it comes to deliveries, the provincial government said yesterday after weeks of delays at the online store.