Many communities are reimagining Canada Day celebrations to recognize Indigenous Peoples, as the country continues to reckon with its legacy following the discovery of possible unmarked graves at former residential schools.
Relief washed over the residents of a large homeless encampment in Kitchener, Ont., this week after the community of more than 40 people learned it would be allowed to stay — though it's not clear for how long.
A cut to the provincial gas tax promised by Premier Doug Ford before the June election takes effect on Friday and experts say it may offer some relief to drivers facing sky-high pump prices, but the long-term benefits to consumers are unpredictable.
The Ontario NDP's newly minted interim leader wasted no time lashing out at the ruling PC government Wednesday, slamming them for almost doubling the number of parliamentary assistants who will receive pay bumps as part of their duties.
The new interim leader of Ontario's New Democrats said Wednesday that he hopes his political experience and commitment to the party will help them act as an effective Opposition to Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives during the NDP's hunt for a permanent leader.
Canada’s transport minister is speaking out about the “unacceptable issues” that continue to result in significant delays at Canadian airports after images surfaced on social media showing hundreds of pieces of luggage piled up at Pearson International Airport.
Dozens of tenants in west Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood have been issued eviction notices for reportedly having air conditioning units in their apartments and refusing to pay extra to cover the costs of running them.