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Rob Ford, Anthony Weiner emblematic of politics' decline
So, Nelson Mandela and Rob Ford: Out with the old, in with the new. And may God have mercy on our souls.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of The Year Recipient Joins MoPals Board of Directors
"We are ecstatic to have Steve Gupta join our Board of Directors," said MoPals' founder and CEO Alex Haditaghi.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Ontario schools' healthy menus have students seeking fast food elsewhere, auditor says
The Ontario government's much-vaunted Healthy Schools strategy - part of former premier Dalton McGuinty's platform in the 2007 election campaign - has been a dismal failure, says the provincial auditor in her 2013 annual report.
Globe and Mail
Tourists to pay new fee under Canada's proposed online screening plan
Passengers wait in line at U.S. Customs to board their flights at Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Dec. 27, 2009.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Return of Dimitri Soudas may mean a great deal - unless it doesn't
Whistler may have had sub-zero temperatures this week, but the stars didn't mind, and still strutted their stuff for the cameras at the Whistler Film Festival.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Windsor Star
Health, sex education 'completely out of date'
Tecumseh Vista Academy secondary school teacher Tammy Hawkins, left, during birth control portion of Healthy Living curriculum Friday December 6, 2013.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Premier Wynne pleased after Ring of Fire meeting with PM
A year ago, Kathleen Wynne attended a pricey Liberal party gala at the Ottawa Convention Centre as an enthusiastic leadership hopeful, determined to succeed the man of the hour, former premier Dalton McGuinty.
Gas plants 'minuscule' impact on hydro bills
The decision by Ontario's Liberals to cancel a gas plant in Oakville before the 2011 election will add little more than the price of a cup of coffee to the average household electricity bill, Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli said Thursday.
Provincial election candidate for Newsmaker
If the pollsters were right, Christy Clark and her Liberals would be a note in political history for having been trampled by an NDP stampede in the May 14 provincial election.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Mayor sees hope in minister's words on ONTC
On Monday, Northern Development and Mines Minister Michael Gravelle, issued a statement saying the government had changed its mandate from divestment of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission, to what he called transformation.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Globe and Mail
Liberals were told gas-plant negotiations were cheaper than lawsuit, Wynne says
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne speaks at the hearings into the gas plant cancellations at Queen's Park on Dec. 3, 2013.
Too Soon for Timeline on Ring of Fire, Negotiator Says
As mining companies wait on the sidelines, aboriginal groups and the Ontario government haven't even set guidelines for negotiations over how to develop and share the mineral-rich Ring of Fire area, a lawyer representing the indigenous groups said.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Toronto Star
Wynne meeting with Norm Kelly prompts Doug Ford tirade
Officials said the noon-hour tete-a-tete will be the first chance Wynne has had to chat with Kelly since Ford - who has admitted smoking crack in a drunken stupor, is under investigation by police for links to an alleged drug dealer and has become the butt of jokes on late-night comedy shows - was stripped of all but ceremonial powers in a recent ... (more)
Sat Nov 30, 2013
The Toronto Star
Hark! Election season will soon be upon us: Cohn
It has been two years since Ontario's voters deprived the Liberals of another majority government, forcing them to team up with the opposition New Democrats.
The Cliffs Notes on the Ring of Fire
By John Cumming Dear Ontario, there's been way too much off-base and irresponsible commentary in the province about Cliffs Natural Resources' decision to shelve its Ring of Fire chromite project.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Globe and Mail
What Wynne is running toward remains unclear
Kathleen Wynne clearly fits into the latter group. When the Ontario Premier sets out for her early morning exercise, provincial police officers grudgingly in tow, it's more about the journey than the destination.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Kelly Egan: Make snow tires mandatory in Eastern Ontario
Imagine, say, that little green bus on Parliament Hill, with all those esteemed Senators aboard, and seeing it suddenly slide in the snow in its summer tires, right off a cliff behind the Peace Tower.
Ontario Behind Schedule - but Coal Closures Still Impress
Ontario's near-elimination of coal-fired power plants is an unprecedented achievement in North America - though not one before its time.
Correction: Canada-The Other Candidate story
In a story Nov. 23 about Toronto politician George Smitherman, who lost the 2010 race for mayor to Rob Ford, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Smitherman said he was criticized during the campaign for being a big-spending career politician who spent $250 million.
Orazietti stop cutting us off, say outdoor enthusiasts
SooToday.com has received the following letter from President of the Ontario Outdoor Recreational Alliance Inc. Mike Boudreau in regards to concerns by stakeholders that say their access to their camps and outdoor recreational areas is eroding.