Hydro One, Avista say Washington State regulator erred; request rehearing
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.
Next OPP commissioner returns to old job with Toronto police
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.
Ontario Tories quietly release list of campaign promises, call it final plan
PCs update website with promises; price tags attached but no explanation how each pledge will be funded.
Ontario PCs say WSIB operating ‘slush fund’ for OFL training grants
Tories claim the OFL has been granted $12.3 million over 10 years health and safety training.
Ontario Liberals pass budget bill despite opposition from other parties
Finance Minister Sousa says the $130.4-billion spending plan is the budget that voters endorsed in the June 12 election.
Tim Hudak to step down as Ontario PC Leader July 2
Says resignation is for the good of his family and the party in letter to surviving PC caucus members obtained by The Canadian Press.
Hudak vows to stabilize energy rates if elected
Factories and other businesses will flee if Ontario doesn’t get hydro prices under control, PC leader says.
Unifor boss challenges Hudak to debate “anywhere, any time”
Jerry Dias says Hudak is promoting legislation that would gut Ontario labour laws.
Ontario urged to smarten up to save Ring of Fire development
The mineral-rich area of northern Ontario has been compared to the oil sands in terms of its economic and development potential.