Additional $1.3 billion in spending, much of it to fund some backtracks on policy changes.
Canadian Civil Liberties Association is challenging the law, saying it violates free speech provisions.
Mayor John Tory said leaving the subway system under city ownership was a key requirement of council when it entered into discussions with the province.
First stop is Trois-Rivieres, then Vaughan-Woodbridge, newly created for the 2015 election and won by the Liberals.
Canadian Civil Liberties Association says Sticker Act violates free speech provisions of the Constitution.
Regulator found problems at the company’s greenhouse in Pelham and later raised issues regarding the Vaughan manufacturing facility.
Ford government says it’s a federal responsibility to pay immigration costs.
LCBO has stressed that there were no supply shortages but acknowledged that deliveries were moving at a slower pace than usual.
Ottawa wrote off $2.6 billion last year that it wouldn’t collect from the automaker.
Both point to transportation projects that could have secured work for the Thunder Bay plant.
Technology updates at its Durham Retail Service Centre in mid-June caused some interruption in service and led to poor stock in a number of stores.
News of other government appointments having connections to French continue to emerge, premier silent on the issue.
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario will hold a new lottery on Aug. 20 for the next 42 retail store authorizations.
Facility will support research into animal health, consumer-oriented research and environmental factors.
Doug Ford said if carbon tax opponents lose in the courts, they will win at the ballot box in October, as Andrew Scheer has promised to scrap the tax.