Forget the High Park Zoo’s fancy peacock or Hamilton’s doughnut-stealing raccoon.
The federal government should be moving ahead with action against Volkswagen in the wake of news that Ontario has charged the company and carried out a raid on its headquarters, according to an environmental organization.
Most guys are trying to get out of the notorious Ottawa jail, but not young Damian O'Reilly. He was actually pretty desperate to get inside the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre after hatching a drug-smuggling plot that would see marijuana sold to inmates for 10 times its street value. All he had to do was find a crack in the system.
Hamilton’s McMaster University is the latest to join the short list of Canada’s smoke-free post-secondary campuses, a move that anti-smoking advocates hope will help the country’s educational facilities catch up with their American counterparts.
A former New Democrat MP who is now energy minister in Ontario’s Liberal government is testifying on Tuesday in the bribery trial of two provincial Liberals in Sudbury.
The ‘not sorry’ saga continued at Queen’s Park Friday as a legal stare down between Premier Kathleen Wynne and Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown.
Ontario’s PC party would mop up in Toronto — a Liberal stronghold — if an election was held now, according to a Forum Research poll.
TORONTO — The union representing faculty at Ontario’s 24 public colleges says they have voted in favour of a strike mandate should upcoming contract talks fail to result in a new agreement.
The day NDP MP Glenn Thibeault announced he was resigning to run as the Liberal candidate in the 2015 provincial byelection in Sudbury is one Darrell Marsh will never forget.
TORONTO — The leader of Ontario’s Opposition said Thursday he is ignoring Premier Kathleen Wynne’s request that he retract comments he made about her, dismissing a warning that he could face legal action as “baseless.”
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is testifying in court today that she didn’t think a man who wanted to run for the Liberals in a 2015 Sudbury byelection was the best candidate.
Two dangerous firearms and $1.4 million in drugs have been taken off the streets thanks to a four-month investigation that targeted drug dealers operating from the GTA to Kingston.
Premier Kathleen Wynne is asking the leader of the Opposition to retract comments he made about her or face legal action.
A trial of two former top political aides in the Ontario premier’s office finally began Monday in Toronto with the accused pleading not guilty.
Ontario’s minister responsible for post- secondary education says 185,000 students have received free tuition this year under a new government program.
A Hamilton church says it’s hoping to move hundreds of centuries-old graves in order to make way for modern-day condo dwellers.
The head of the union tapped to represent workers in Ontario cannabis stores says his members will be well-trained and ready to go by next July, the target date for federal legalization of recreational pot.
Sina Parsi suffered the ultimate pain, indignity and death in his quest for casual sex with a strange couple.
Premier Mom is laying down the new pot rules.