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Premier Kathleen Wynne says she thinks Ontario should stick to its near-monopoly on booze sales, but there's room for the system to evolve.
Premier Kathleen Wynne is raising the possibility that Ontario may buy more electricity from Quebec, a move environmentalists have been urging her government to pursue.
The New Democrats say they want more details about the province's $220-million deal with Cisco, which is laying off 6,000 workers.
Premier Kathleen Wynne made no promises when asked Wednesday whether the Liberals would restore benefits Ontario's public school teachers lost two years ago as they head into new contract talks.
New Democrat Leader Andrea Horwath showed some contrition to Ontario's labour movement Tuesday after a disappointing third-place finish in the June 12 election.
Ontario's electricity regulator says no utilities in the province use the same model of so-called "smart" meters that has been linked to fires in Saskatchewan.
Ontario's troubled Progressive Conservatives will choose a new leader next spring, but no specific date has been set.
Ontario's governing Liberals say they don't know yet whether smart meters linked to nine fires in Saskatchewan were installed in Ontario homes.
The federal government should quadruple the amount of money it doles out each year for infrastructure projects in Canada once it balances the books, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said Wednesday.
A new report says Ontario taxpayers are putting in almost $6 for every $1 employees working at the province's four energy agencies are putting into their pension plans.
Ontario's governing Liberals have passed their budget bill, which will see the province spend an estimated $12.5 billion more than it takes in.