TORONTO—Ontario's elections watchdog must determine whether a series of weekend newspaper ads criticizing teachers' unions broke the law, the province's official opposition said yesterday as it called for a formal investigation.
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TORONTO—Wait times for children and youth mental health services have more than doubled in two years, according to a report from care providers who are urging Premier Doug Ford's government to increase spending to address the delays.
TORONTO—A national health advocacy group says higher taxes on vaping products in Ontario would combat rising use among teenagers and create a revenue stream to tackle the costs of addiction.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada has asked Premier Doug Ford's government to include a tax hike between 20 and 30 per cent in its spring budget.
TORONTO—Premier Doug Ford said there will be “no surprises” for Ontario municipalities in his government's spring budget, sounding a conciliatory tone after his government stunned civic leaders with in-year cuts last year.
TORONTO—Ontario is creating 57 new post-secondary scholarships to honour the victims of the Iran plane crash that left no survivors last week.
Premier Doug Ford says in a statement that a new government fund will disperse $10,000 scholarships in memory of each of the 57 Canadian victims of the Ukraine International Airlines crash.
TORONTO—Two Canadian health advocacy groups launched a public awareness campaign Wednesday taking aim at flavoured vape products, with a pointed advertisement that highlights how the products are marketed to children.
Toronto's subway system contains elevated levels of air pollutants that must be addressed, the city's chief medical officer said in a new report on Monday while assuring passengers it continues to be safe to ride.
TORONTO — The union representing Ontario's public high school teachers said Friday it will hold another one-day walkout this week, the latest in a series of targeted job actions aimed at ramping up pressure on the province during stalled contract talks.
TORONTO—School principals in Ontario asked the provincial government yesterday to halt some standardized testing and elementary school report cards as teachers' unions wage an ongoing work-to-rule campaign.
TORONTO—A light-rail project in Hamilton was cancelled yesterday after the provincial government said the project would cost more than five times its original price tag, in a decision critics called a “betrayal” of the city.