Ontario's information and privacy commissioner is calling on the provincial government to review and modernize its privacy laws to prepare for the 'risks inherent' with smart cities
The federal government's carbon pricing scheme is constitutionally sound and has the critical purpose of fighting climate change, Ontario's top court ruled in a split decision on Friday
The funds would allow municipalities to make their infrastructure more resilient to extreme weather
Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod is one of several high-profile ministers demoted in a major cabinet shuffle announced today by Premier Doug Ford
A group representing Ontario craft breweries is welcoming the provincial government's move to expand beer sales to corner stores, saying the current system limits their products' exposure to customers
In a move of great interest to many Ottawa businesses, both the federal and Ontario governments recently announced plans to proceed with centralized procurement systems.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government has backed down on retroactive funding cuts to municipalities after sustained pressure from local leaders, who warned of devastating impacts
Ontario will be raising speed limits to 110 kilometres an hour on Highway 417 and two other 400-series highways in the province.
Eastern Ontario homeowners, small businesses and other organizations affected by the recent widespread flooding will be eligible for up to $250,000 in disaster relief assistance, the prov
The Ontario Progressive Conservative government’s first budget contained a few items just for Ottawa, and several more that are bound to have an impact on local businesses.