The document, set to serve as the Tory platform during a campaign expected to kick off next week, has the party projecting Ontario will be $19.9 billion in the red this year.
The federal government's move to use expanded financial powers to crack down on the trucker protests is being called a severe overreach by financial crime experts, while details remain scarce on how…
The province confirmed today that it will match the municipal property tax reduction put forward by Ottawa city council.
Ontario Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy outlined Ontario’s plan to “protect progress” made in the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and reaffirmed the provincial government's intenti
Ford government pointed to rising vaccination rates and continuing improvements in “key indicators” such as the seven-day average of daily cases of COVID-19 as factors in its decision.
New measures include reducing capacity limits in essential retail stores and shutting down non-essential construction sites.
Premier Doug Ford moved swiftly to shutter a larger swath of Ontario's economy on Friday in the wake of bleak projections about the death toll of the COVID-19 pandemic
The spending boost includes a $1-billion COVID-19 contingency fund, nearly $1 billion more for hospitals, and more personal protective equipment for front-line workers
Premier Doug Ford has changed the responsibilities of three of his cabinet ministers, including Nepean MPP Lisa MacLeod, ahead of the resumption of the legislature next week
A pilot project that will see a slight bump in speed limits on part of Highway 417 and some of Ontario's other major arteries goes into effect Thursday morning