It's always a big deal when the Prime Minister comes to your community.
Ontario's premier-designate, Doug Ford, promised he would find "efficiencies" during the provincial election campaign, and it looks like he's already taking action in doing so.
We are over the six month mark since construction activity started on Hurontario Street for the building of the
Mississauga usually goes all the way for one political party during an election, and June 7 was no exception.
After months of polling, campaigning, mini scandals and sniping back and forth between political parties, Ontarians have finally passed their judgment on this provincial election campaign....and the
One in five women experience sexual assault while attending a post-secondary institution in Canada, according to the White Ribbon Campaign.
In a remarkable twist, just five days before the provincial election on June 7, the leader of the governing Liberal Party has essentially conceded the election, saying in a press conference acknowl
Affordable housing has emerged as an important issue during this provincial election campaign.
In another instalment of the slow drip of policy announcements because the Ontario PC Party has yet to release a fully costed platform, Doug Ford is promising to bring back “beers for one dollar” i
Redevelopment of an existing sports field at a Mississauga high school has raised concerns with residents in the area (as well as the local councillor) over a perceived lack of communications to re