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Ontario political leaders pledge changes to autism program

Ontario political leaders pledge changes to autism program

TORONTO — Three of Ontario's major political parties are proposing changes to the province's autism program, while criticizing a lack of help for families under the Progressive Conservative government.

Two new suspected cases, one probable case of monkeypox in Toronto: health agency

Toronto Public Health says there are two new suspected cases of monkeypox in the city, as well as one probable case of the virus that's under investigation. The agency says all three cases are men – two in their 30s and one in their 20s.
Clean up, power restoration efforts underway after destructive Ontario storm

Clean up, power restoration efforts underway after destructive Ontario storm

Crews are working to restore power tomore than 150,000 Ontario customers who are still without hydro after a deadly storm swept through the province on Saturday.
Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 25

Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 25

Here's where the leaders of Ontario's main political parties are today: ____ Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford Brampton: Makes an announcement. 10 a.m.
Ontario Liberal Leader tries to make himself known, says his politics are personal

Ontario Liberal Leader tries to make himself known, says his politics are personal

TORONTO — Anyone who has heard Steven Del Duca speak during this election campaign likely knows he has two daughters in public school, two elderly parents who want to age at home, and that his Saturday mornings include grocery shopping for his family

Five arrests made after Victoria Day event in Toronto: police

Police say they made five arrests following a City of Toronto fireworks event on Victoria Day, after arresting 19 people in the same area a day earlier.
Ontario party leaders talk climate plans in aftermath of weekend storm

Ontario party leaders talk climate plans in aftermath of weekend storm

The leaders of Ontario’s main political parties highlighted their climate plans Tuesday after a deadly weekend storm ripped across the province, offering different approaches to dealing with severe weather events that are likely to become more freque
Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 24

Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 24

Here's where the leaders of Ontario's main political parties are today: ____ Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford Brampton, Ont.: Makes announcement. 9:30 a.m. Ridings of Scarborough North and Scarborough Rouge Park: campaign stops.
Schreiner's 'tough yet convivial' persona resonates with Ontario voters, rivals

Schreiner's 'tough yet convivial' persona resonates with Ontario voters, rivals

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Privacy watchdog examining dossier City of Toronto compiled on homeless

Privacy watchdog examining dossier City of Toronto compiled on homeless

TORONTO — Ontario's privacy watchdog is looking into the dossier of information the City of Toronto compiled on homeless people as it planned to clear a park where they lived last year.