Leitch would roll back Liberal pot plan

OTTAWA - Marijuana is a "dangerous drug," Conservative leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch said Tuesday as she promised to undo the Liberal government's efforts to...

Ontario Improving Roads, Bridges and Water Systems in Algoma

Ontario is helping connect communities, create jobs and boost economic growth by increasing support for communities to improve roads, bridges, water systems and other...

Public-sector executive salaries out of control in Ontario: PC Energy Critic Todd Smith

QUEEN’S PARK – In advance of tomorrow’s release of the Sunshine List, Ontario PC Energy Critic Todd Smith announced that he was tabling a...
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Province ups minimum wage for a fourth time

Fourth Consecutive Annual Increase Provides Significant Boost to Take Home Pay Ontario is continuing to boost income for workers across the province by increasing the...
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Ontario Releases Basic Income Consultation Feedback

Province Moving Forward with Pilot Program in 2017 Ontario is releasing a report that summarizes the feedback gathered from thousands of people across the province...

Online tax filing services back to normal: CRA

OTTAWA - Canadians can file their tax returns online again after the Canada Revenue Agency took the service down as a precautionary measure on...
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Fund announced for small, medium businesses

TORONTO - The federal government and Canada's big banks have announced a fund worth up to $1 billion over 10 years intended to help...

Federal budget coming March 22

OTTAWA - Finance Minister Bill Morneau will introduce the federal government's latest budget on March 22 — his first amid the economic uncertainty of...
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Police Partners Need You To Recognize, Reject And Report Fraud!

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and its Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre partners are launching their annual Fraud Prevention Month campaign to prevent thousands of Canadians...
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Feds tout coming into force of CPP changes

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Finance Minister Bill Morneau says any more changes to the Canada Pension Plan will have to wait for a regular review...