Liberal staffers are peeling government-mandated anti-carbon tax stickers off of gas pumps, Ontario Energy Minister Greg Rickford said on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, insisting that disappearing decals are not the result of faulty glue.
With election day less than 48 hours away, Andrew Scheer suddenly found himself in the hot seat on Saturday, October 19, 2019, as reports linked the Conservative party to a co-ordinated effort to smear former caucus colleague Maxime Bernier and his nascent populist People's Party of Canada.
With the front-runners catching their breath, the battle for third place seized the campaign spotlight on Saturday, October 5, 2019, as the NDP and the Green party each promised a new deal of sorts for Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government released a new ad against the federal carbon tax Wednesday that the opposition decried as publicly funded partisan advertising — something the Tories railed against before they were in power.
Ontario’s Opposition leader is brushing off a defamation lawsuit the premier has launched against him as a political stunt — increasing the likelihood the dispute will drag on through the June election.
The Niagara Region has apologized to a reporter for seizing equipment staff thought was being used to record a closed council session, an incident journalism organizations decried as an assault on press freedom.