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Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Finance Minister Rod Phillips were forced to give up a portion of their salary after failing to deliver the 2020 budget on time because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ontario government has announced its plans to digitize a number of government services as part of it "people-focused" action plan.
As Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government planned its COVID-19 response in the early weeks of the pandemic, one key group was left out of the conversation—long-term care associations.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government will no longer balance the budget in 2023, as previously promised, after COVID-19 blew a gaping hole in the province's finances.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says his own government and public health officials need to do a better job delivering COVID-19 messaging in order to avoid confusion.
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government was urged to prepare the province’s long-term care homes for COVID-19 as early as January, three months before the government implemented an action plan to slow the spread of the virus.
In a bid to determine whether Premier Doug Ford is bluffing about the timing of the next provincial election, Ontario's Liberal party will test the government's commitment to the June 2022 vote.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is rejecting suggestions that his party will call an early election to take advantage of his soaring poll numbers thanks to his government's ongoing pandemic response.
Ontario says it intends to move its annual standardized school tests online and has started to search for a company to develop a platform for them.
Ontario says it will hire 98 new labour inspectors this fall as part of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces.
Ontario politicians will begin implementing a cohorting system to avoid a shutdown of the provincial legislature in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak at Queen's Park.
The Ontario government is looking to expand its testing protocol at COVID-19 assessment centres as residents continue to report long wait times and new case numbers soar.
A group of unions that together represent 70,000 workers in Ontario's long-term care homes are raising concerns about the sector's readiness for the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ontario government has introduced legislation that would freeze residential rent prices next year.