Former cabinet minister Steven Del Duca running for Ontario Liberal leadership
Details surrounding the leadership race will likely be finalized at the Liberal’s annual general meeting in June.
Wynne to testify at trial of two Liberals facing bribery charges
Pair accused of offering a would-be candidate a job or appointment to get him to step aside in a 2015 byelection.
Ontario has been transparent on cap and trade costs, Wynne says
Costs won’t be a separate line item on energy bills because they’re considered a cost of doing business.
Ontario considering flexible rate electricity plans
Liberals say they want to be “technology agnostic” when they sign contracts for new electricity.
Two Ontario Liberals charged under Election Act
Allegations suggest the pair offered a would-be candidate a job or appointment to get him to step aside in a 2015 byelection.
Liberals spent $11.7M on consultants, media for hydro rebate plan, Tories say
About 137,000 of an estimated 500,000 families have been approved to get up to $50 a month taken off their hydro bills.
Ontario proposes new rules for bottled water companies
Stricter water taking permit requirements would include studies on the cumulative impact on local supplies.
CUPE sues Ontario to try to block sale of Hydro One shares
The province raised $3.2 billion from selling 30% of Hydro One so far.
Wynne won’t guarantee release of climate change plan before legislature rises
Leaked plan would eliminate natural gas for heating and provide handsome incentives for electric car purchases.
More deficits, debt coming in Ontario, financial accountability officer warns
Accumulated deficits and infrastructure plans could add $54 billion over five years to the province’s net debt.
Ont. Liberals won’t confirm Climate Change Action Plan details
Report suggests government would spend $3.8 billion on grants, rebates and subsidies to retrofit buildings.
Ontario changes EV program after Porsche buyers get $5,000 rebate
Spyder Hybrid sells for $1.1 million; only vehicles under $150,000 will be eligible for electric vehicle incentive.
Ont. opposition parties say corporate grants should be made public
Province defends grants as necessary to attract new business investment and expansions.
Ontario to tighten rules on corporate and union political donations: Wynne
There will also be new rules on so-called third party advertising.
Ontario to test guaranteed minimum income
Proponents say the program would be more efficient and less costly than existing social programs.