Toronto’s cost of hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup continues to climb, with the latest price tag hitting $380 million -- $80 million more than the estimate in place when the city was named a host two years ago.
Ontario's colleges and universities minister says the province will put an additional $1.3 billion over three years toward "stabilizing" post-secondary institutions but will keep tuition fees frozen for at least three more years.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association says it is "deeply concerned" after Premier Doug appointed two former staffers to the provincial committee responsible for selecting judges, stating he wanted "like-minded" people in the role — a decision doubled down on during Question Period Monday.
The rate at which Canada has incarcerated individuals awaiting trial has more than doubled in the last 10 years, leading to a fourfold increase in the legally innocent population housed in provincial and territorial detention facilities, according to a new report released by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
Toronto’s top auditor is reporting a record number of fraud and waste allegations as part of her annual audit into wrongdoing within City Hall, leading to the firing of some city workers and even police prosecution.
Ontario Provincial Police, working in conjunction with the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre and United States Secret Service, says law enforcement officials prevented a Canadian business from being defrauded out of more than $600,000 in connection with a “Spear Phishing” scam.
A new integrated public transit fare system is launching in the Greater Toronto Area on Monday for riders transferring between GO Transit, the TTC, Brampton Transit, Durham Region Transit, MiWay, and York Region Transit.