Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak did a serious about-face Friday, announcing he would not campaign on making Ontario a so-called right-to-work province, but political opponents and union leaders were skeptical.
Ontario's Liberal government is committed to introducing a new "revenue stream" to fund public transit in the upcoming budget, Premier Kathleen Wynne vowed Tuesday, dismissing an NDP warning not to raise taxes on middle-class families.
Ontario's opposition parties scored victories in two byelections tonight, with the New Democrats taking Niagara Falls from the Liberals and the Progressive Conservatives holding the Thornhill riding, north of Toronto.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's sorry for the lasting pain and loss suffered by hundreds of former residents of a provincial institution for the developmentally disabled who have alleged abuse.
Ontario is on track to eliminate an $11.7-billion deficit by 2017-18, but has decided to continue spending rather than worry about meeting its target if economic growth weakens even more, Finance Minister Charles Sousa announced Thursday.
Ontario's New Democrats made it clear they are not prepared to back up the Progressive Conservatives' call for a snap election by supporting a motion that would test the confidence of the minority Liberal government.