Christine Elliott downplays Premier Ford’s health care comments

TORONTO — Ontario's health minister says it may take longer than the year promised by Premier Doug Ford to end overcrowding within the province's hospitals. Health Minister Christine...

Notice of Public Meeting for Municipality of Huron Shores. Important Zoning By-law on Agenda

THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF HURON SHORES NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING CONCERNING PROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT (HOUSEKEEPING) TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of...
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Le train de voyageurs d’Algoma devrait être en tête de liste pour le gouvernement

À la mi-juillet, cela fera un an que les trains de voyageurs d’Algoma ont cessé de rouler. Le service a cessé lorsque Railmark, le...

New gun-control recommendations due ‘in the coming weeks,’ minister says

OTTAWA — New ideas for federal gun-control rules will likely come with in weeks, says the minister responsible for devising them. Since August, Bill Blair...
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McKenna says B.C. fires show importance of climate change fight

(Nanaimo, B.C.) British Columbia Premier John Horgan briefed federal cabinet ministers about B.C. concerns as the cabinet held its summer retreat in Nanaimo. Horgan spoke...

Doug Ford named new Ontario Progressive Conservative party leader

MARKHAM, Ont. — Doug Ford is the new leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives. The announcement comes after a delay that lasted more than seven hours...

Ontario government to cap public sector wage increases

TORONTO — Ontario has introduced legislation to cap broader public sector wage increases to an average of one per cent a year for three...

Feds willing to give more pot tax revenue to provinces to help municipalities

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is willing to give provinces and territories a bigger share of the revenue from a federal excise tax on cannabis, provided that...

Trudeau pledges more funding for reproductive health services worldwide

OTTAWA — The Liberal government says it will increase Canadian funding for women's health worldwide to $1.4 billion every year starting in 2023, with half of this money...

Liberals again delay firearm marking regulations despite campaign promise

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is again delaying implementation of firearm-marking regulations intended to help police trace guns used in crimes — despite a 2015...