The shuffle comes as Ford is falling in the polls.
He has undone many of the Liberals’ signature policies.
Premier Doug Ford said he heard from municipalities that they could find savings in their own budgets, but they needed more time to do so.
Premier Doug Ford has promised to eliminate a $13.5 billion deficit.
Ontario’s premier will sit down with GM executives Tuesday for his first face-to-face meeting since the company announced the Oshawa plant closure in November.
The regulator is worried about interference from Ontario’s Ford government.
Washington state regulators had said they would not allow Ontario’s largest utility to buy Avista for fear the provincial government might meddle in its operations.
The choice of Ron Taverner as the province’s top cop has drawn ire from within the OPP and from Doug Ford’s political opponents.
Cool Brewery, in Doug Ford’s own neighborhood, is the last brewer standing.
Acting OPP Commissioner Brad Blair sent a letter to ombudsman Paul Dube on Tuesday night asking him to probe the hiring of Ron Taverner, a Ford family friend.
Canada’s manufacturing sector lost 278,000 jobs between 2000 and 2007.
The plant won’t include putting a price on carbon.
Ford said the fight ahead for the 2,500 autoworkers affected by the looming Oshawa plant closure will be to find new jobs.
The measures were applauded by some in the business community but condemned by anti-poverty activists.
His government has said the shortfall they inherited from the Liberals was $15 billion.