Politics

Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that all public schools in Ontario will stay closed for an additional two weeks following March Break....

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Patrick Simpson The Ontario government is opening up six novel coronavirus testing centres just one day after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The coronavirus assessment centres are part of the ongoing provincial...

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Students might notice some changes to the ballots as the IGNITE election week kicks off this week at Humber. ...

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The former cabinet minister will lead the party against Doug Ford in 2022....

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The Ontario Liberals are looking to build a multi-generational coalition on the left as party members gather this weekend to pass the torch to a new leader and prepare to take on the ruling Progressive...

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Patrick Simpson For the second time in less than a month, teachers hit the picket lines outside Queen’s Park to protest the province’s cuts to education. The latest strike comes just two days after the...

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Elesha Nicholls U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren announced today that she is dropping out of the race to be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States . This comes as Warren who participated in...

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The Ontario Education strike effects the ETFO, OSSTF, OCETA and the AFTO....

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Madeline Jafarnejad Protesters downtown Toronto returned to Queen’s Park to demand the Ontario government stop delaying funding to needs-based therapy for people with autism. Parents, teachers, supporters and members of the Ontario Autism Coalition were...

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The man-made barrier was put in place last week in an act of solidarity with members of the Wet'suwet'en first nation that are protesting the continued construction of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline in B.C....

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