Premier Doug Ford ratcheted up his rhetoric on Ottawa's climate change plan on Monday, January 21, 2019, warning that the carbon tax will plunge the country into recession — a claim disputed by experts and the federal government.
Provincial and federal leaders alike conceded the futility on Monday, November 26, 2018, of trying to persuade General Motors to keep its Oshawa, Ont., automotive plant running beyond 2019, and instead focused on ways to ease the pain of more than 2,500 workers who stand to lose their jobs.
A new book purporting to tell the truth about the fall of Patrick Brown offers a rare glimpse into the machinations inside the Ontario Progressive Conservative party following his abrupt resignation as leader amid sexual misconduct allegations he denies.
The premier of Ontario received death threats and his labour minister's constituency office was vandalized hours after a bill rolling back labour reforms was introduced in the legislature, the Progressive Conservative government said Wednesday.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to stand up for the province's farmers during a briefing on NAFTA talks in Washington this week, saying on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, that any version of the trade pact had to protect the agricultural sector.
Police and courts in Toronto will receive $25 million from the Ontario government to bolster efforts to fight guns and gangs, Doug Ford announced on Thursday, August 9, 2018, saying the funds would give authorities the tools needed to deal with a recent rise in violence.