Retailers ask Ontario government to lift COVID restrictions
Coalitions argue shutting down Toronto and Peel Region hasn’t reduced or curtailed the shoppers.
Ontario offers technology, training funding for auto parts suppliers
Will contribute to technology adoption and lean manufacturing efforts.
Ontario shifting responsibility for Blue Box program to manufacturers
Government says moving the recycling program to producers would save municipalities more than $125 million annually.
Ontario to ban cellphones from classrooms
Enforcement of the ban would be up to individual boards and schools.
Hydro One, Avista asking US regulator to reconsider denied acquisition
UTC can modify the prior order or take actions it deems appropriate, including extending deliberations.
Doug Ford shuffles cabinet months into mandate
The move comes extremely early on in the Ford regime, and the opposition is painting it as a sign of weakness.
Polycorp invests $14.5 million to expand Elora, Ont. manufacturing facility
Investment will be used to purchase new equipment, create a new testing laboratory.
Ontario businesses are optimistic, but wary about provincial economic outlook
Chamber of Commer report says members are wary about a number of government initiatives and their impacts.
Ontario, Bedrock sign deal to aid with US Steel Canada restructuring
Terms of the MOU are confidential until the court process allows them to be made public.
Ontario considering changes to water-taking permits
The province charges businesses just $3.71 for every million litres of water.
Activists urge Ontario to refuse Nestle a water taking permit
The company’s water permit in Aberfoyle, Ont. expired on July 31.
Ontario energy conservation programs: Cost more than they’re worth?
Fraser Institute study says more comprehensive and independent cost/benefit information is needed.
OPP serve search warrant on gas plants at Ont. gov. IT office
Warrant seeks the electronic mailbox and backup tapes for Dalton McGuinty’s former chief of staff.
Chrysler considering major upgrade at Windsor minivan plant
Automaker says it is in talks with Canadian governments about incentives to offset higher costs in Canada.
Essar Steel Algoma gets pension relief from Ontario government
Regulation allows for fixed payments over the next three years and extends amortization period to 2024.