Ontario to allow cannabis retailers to sell products online, over the phone for in-store pick-up

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 6, 2019 4:15 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ TORONTO – Ontario says it will allow cannabis retailers to sell products online or over the phone…

Jewish group seeks apology after NDP MPP tweets support for Palestinian ‘terrorist leader’

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 4, 2019 5:07 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ TORONTO — A Jewish advocacy group is seeking an apology from the Ontario NDP over…

Former OPP interim commissioner Blair describes being fired from role, suing Ontario government

Former Ontario Provincial Police interim commissioner Brad Blair, accompanied by his lawyer Julian Falconer, described on Sept. 13 how he was “abruptly” and “unlawfully” fired from his role after 33 years with the force. He has commenced a $15-million lawsuit…

Only way for accountability is to file lawsuit against Ontario government, says former OPP commissioner’s lawyer

Former Ontario Provincial Police interim commissioner Brad Blair filed a $15-million lawsuit against the provincial government for wrongful termination on Sept. 13, to which his lawyer Julian Falconer said was the only way to hold the government accountable for this…

Former OPP interim commissioner files $15-million lawsuit against province, says lawyer

On Sept. 13, former Ontario Provincial Police interim commissioner Brad Blair filed a $15-million lawsuit against the provincial government for wrongful termination, abuse of public office and breaches of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, said his lawyer, Julian…

Sex ed curriculum changes were never going to be drastic: Ford

Ontario Premier Doug Ford said on Aug. 23 that the province-wide consultation with parents on education and sexual education was never going to result in extreme curriculum changes, and he said he had previously told this to the media. Ford…

Ontario premier announces funding plan for municipalities after announcing cuts to public health, child care

Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced on Aug. 19 in Ottawa a decade-long investment plan to give $144 billion in local projects across the province over time. This announcement came hours after Ontario said it would move ahead with some of…

Trudeau criticizes Conservative party for ‘commitment’ to ‘roll back’ gun protection laws

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Aug. 13 that the current Liberal federal government has put in stronger gun protections, and criticized the Conservative government and Andrew Scheer for their “commitment” to “roll back” a number of those gun…

Canadian federal government, Ontario government to invest $4.5 million in funding for Toronto Police Service

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Aug. 13 that the Canadian federal government, along with the Ontario provincial government and the Toronto municipal government, have come together to invest $4.5 million in funding to the Toronto Police Service with the…