Patch4Patch is becoming law in Ontario. Learn more about the program to curb fentanyl abuse province-wide
Ontario’s budget watchdog warns there is a “significant risk” that the Liberal government will not balance the province’s books by 2017-18 as promised.
Financial accountability officer Stephen LeClair says there’s been a slowdown in the economy since the 2015 provincial budget projected growth of 4.3 per cent in each of the next three years.
Ontario Northland is changing its motor coach service due to low ridership, according to the company.
Ontario Northland Transportation Corporation announced the changes earlier this week and are scheduled to take effect Nov. 15.
Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli is concerned the possible work stoppage in the Ring of Fire could impact North Bay mining supply businesses.
Fedeli’s fears came after the Financial Post reported Noront Resources Ltd. warned the Ontario government and First Nations communities that it will stop work unless it can show some progress to its investors.
QUEEN’S PARK – This morning, the Financial Accountability Office (FAO) released its report on the economic and fiscal outlook of […]
Ontario families are now paying more to turn on their lights.
As of Nov. 1 hydro rates increased by about 3%. It’s the second consecutive increase since May.
And there’s more coming.
TIMMINS – The dream of buying and owning a home in Ontario may be about to get drastically more expensive — and for many, may simply become unaffordable.
Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government is getting closer to amending the Municipal Act to authorize all municipalities to charge a Municipal Land Transfer Tax.
QUEEN’S PARK – A website has been launched to educate the public about the dangers of fentanyl abuse, and the […]