The Ontario government is giving cities another $150 million to help them increase shelter capacity, but the Premier says any major rescue package to keep cities from making drastic cuts this fall will have to come from the feds.
A company, led by a large Progressive Conservative Party donor and political appointee, that took out full-page advertisements against striking teachers’ unions in February has been found to have violated Ontario’s Elections Finances Act.
Ontario students returning to elementary school in September amid a mix of online and in-class learning will also be met with a new math curriculum that includes financial literacy, coding and "back to basics” fundamentals.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said that he will put people at the United States border to help screen travellers entering the province if the federal government needs help once non-essential travel is allowed.
Premier Doug Ford said he won't release a list of medical experts guiding his pandemic response because of privacy concerns, as opposition legislators called on the government to release a full roster of its health advisers.