Five things experts say could ease pressures on Ontario’s health-care system

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Temporary emergency room closures and increased wait times have become increasingly common in Ontario as the province's health-care system grapples with staffing shortages. Premier Doug...

Current Federal Government shows third highest per-person debt since WWII

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According to the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank, Prime Minister Trudeau’s government has increased per-person debt by 35.3 per cent...

Ontario election result prompts renewed calls for electoral reform

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Advocacy groups are renewing calls for electoral reform in Ontario after Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives were re-elected with another majority last week despite historically...

CSC Nouvelon student trustees live great leadership experience

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Last week, Benjamin Dennie and Mariska Lamothe, two students from École secondaire catholique Jeunesse-Nord (Blind River), as well as Mia Toner, a student from...

Liberals announce platform promises aimed at women, including pay transparency

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TORONTO — The Ontario Liberals are announcing that they would establish $10-a-day before and after school care, provide a parental leave top up and...

Ontario parents to get rebates in May under child-care deal

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BRAMPTON, Ont. — Ontario parents of children aged five and under in child care will start getting rebates in May as part of a...

Spring is Coming, But We Have Some Winter Left

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We have some Spring-like weather to look forward to next week as temperatures head above the freezing mark during the daytime hours. Forecast highs...

Virtual school students celebrate Mardi Gras with virtual pancake cooking

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On March 1, to celebrate Mardi Gras, grade 5 and 6 students at the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon Académie virtuelle participated in a virtual...

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says net assets now top half a trillion dollars

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TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says its net assets grew to top half a trillion dollars in its first quarter. CPP Investments...

Ontario youth aged 12 to 17 can now book earlier second dose of COVID-19...

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TORONTO — All Ontarians aged 12 to 17 are eligible for an accelerated second dose of COVID-19 vaccine as of this morning. Appointments open up...