Ontario is pledging to increase police presence across the province.
A battle is brewing between Brampton and Mississauga over how to appropriately fund Peel Regional Police, the police service that serves both cities.
The Province recently announced it would be allowing municipalities to implement automated speed enforcement devices.
Good news for those who are worried about flying; you can now get a drink to take the edge off any time of day.
The provincial government has announced they will be moving to an open market for retail cannabis stores starting in the new year.
Today, four unions representing Ontario teachers across the province filed court challenges against Bill 124, the Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act.
In a move that stunned many observers and political watchers, Andrew Scheer just announced his resignation as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
As this year draws to a close and we get ready to welcome in the 2020s of the 21st century, perhaps now is a good time to take a look back at how local government and politics have been shaping up
There is concern regarding changes to how the Patented Medicines Prices Review Board (PMPRB) calculates the maximum prices for treatment.
The Education Workers Alliance of Ontario (EWAO) has reached a tentative collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the provincial government.