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Premier Kathleen Wynne is about to call a byelection that will give the leader of the Opposition a chance to seek a seat in the Ontario legislature.
Ontario's ombudsman says complaints about the provincial agency responsible for enforcing court-ordered child and spousal support payments are growing every year.
New Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown won't get a chance to seek a seat in the Ontario legislature before the fall session begins Sept. 14.
Auto insurance premiums in Ontario rose slightly in the second quarter of 2015, despite the Liberal government's pledge to lower rates an average of 15 per cent by next month.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is calling on the provincial government to take steps to curb rising electricity prices.
Standard & Poor's has lowered Ontario's financial rating to A+ from AA-, citing its heavy debt burden and budgetary "underperformance" compared with peers in other jurisdictions.
Ontario will get 15 additional members of the provincial legislature after the 2018 election because of its growing population.
Premier Kathleen Wynne has shot down an NDP call to separate the sale of Hydro One from the rest of the budget to allow for more debate.
Ontario's premier is raising the possibility of back-to-work legislation for striking teachers, as thousands of students have been out of school for nearly five weeks.
Ontario's auditor general is stepping up her fight with the Liberals over government advertising, warning proposed changes would undermine her independent office and could lead to the public paying for partisan advertising.
New Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown got to make a speech in the Ontario legislature on his first day on the job, even though he doesn't have a seat.