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Ontario's First Nations face a justice and jury system in a state of crisis that requires urgent action, former Supreme Court justice Frank Iacobucci reported Tuesday.
A winter storm is expected to bring a significant amount of snow to Ontario starting Tuesday night, but forecasters don’t know which communities will be the worst hit.
Some public high school teachers and support staff are continuing their boycott of voluntary extracurricular activities, despite a recommendation by union leaders to suspend the protest.
Ontario's Rachel Homan showed her mettle as a skip and her skills as a team leader Sunday at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
A hearing on mandatory minimum sentencing before a five-judge panel of Ontario's highest court is slated to wrap up today in Toronto.
Ontario's opposition parties were outraged Thursday after the government announced dozens more documents had been unearthed on two cancelled gas plants, months after the Liberals repeatedly insisted they had all been released.
The Progressive Conservatives say Ontario needs an election as soon as possible, and warn they won't vote for the Liberals' budget, which won't be made public for weeks.
A legislative committee will study a contempt of parliament motion against the Ontario government over the cancellation of gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga.
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