A new government is coming for Ontario, and big changes with it.
Anything could happen June 7: Here’s what you need to know.
All three major candidates have federal backing.
Liberal leader admitted election was lost on weekend.
Pair accused of offering a would-be candidate a job or appointment to get him to step aside in a 2015 byelection.
Provincial government fears a proposed Buy American bill in New York state could trigger a domino effect in other states.
Reported plan would finance electricity generation costs over longer periods to lower hydro bills.
Group will focus on highlighting the province’s importance to the US as a trading partner.
Leland Industries is moving its manufacturing capacity, and 220 jobs, to Illinois.
Costs won’t be a separate line item on energy bills because they’re considered a cost of doing business.
Budget watchdog projects that Ontario will have a deficit of $2.6 billion in 2017-18.
Premier wants local politicians to uncover new “revenue tools.”
Premier said the government won’t interfere with decisions made by an arms-length agency like the energy board
Higher exports and household spending are driving growth, which is expected to maintain momentum over the next two years.
TORONTO — Premier Kathleen Wynne insists she’s “deadly serious” about wanting to clean up the mercury contamination that has plagued the Grassy Narrows First Nation for decades, but doesn’t want to make the situation worse. Two Ontario cabinet ministers travelled…