Giving in to mounting pressure from experts, businesses and political opponents, Premier Doug Ford announced a vaccine certificate system on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, that will see Ontarians showing proof of immunization to access public spaces such as restaurants, gyms and movie theatres.
Ontario's education minister says his government is open to striking a deal on affordable child care with the federal Liberals if it accounts for what he described as the province's "unique" circumstances.
Canadians working to evacuate allies from Afghanistan described chaos, fear and disappointment on Sunday, August 15, 2021, as Canada shut down its embassy in Kabul and suspended diplomatic relations amid a Taliban advance in the capital.
Months after a group of Haudenosaunee people set up camp on a construction site near Caledonia, Ont., an provincial court granted Haldimand County an order permanently forbidding people from “interfering” with any public road.
Training residents to manage First Nation water facilities, ensuring distribution systems function properly, and developing standards for on−reserve water infrastructure are all examples of what can be done to solve the issues such as those experienced by the Neskantaga First Nation, experts and Indigenous officials said.