Horwath says Ford taking things from ‘bad to worse’ with municipal funding cuts

August 19 2019 2:08pm Ontario’s NDP Leader Andrea Horwath responded to Doug Ford’s announcement of municipal funding cuts saying he’s taking things from “bad to worse.” ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object”…

Ministry dropping rabies vaccine baits by air in southern Ontario

Hamilton Police say a crash near the roundabout at Kennilworth Access on Saturday was caused by a medical condition. The ministry says the drops will happen until Sept. 6, covering all areas from Middlesex County in the west to Niagara…

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…

1 dead, 2 injured in Middlesex Centre rollover: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a rollover crash that left one dead and two injured Friday night. Officers say they were called to a single-vehicle collision at Highbury Avenue and Fourteen Mile Road in Middlesex Centre at around 7:30 p.m.…

Doug Ford moves ahead with Ontario municipal funding cuts in 2020

TORONTO – Ontario will move ahead with its controversial municipal funding cuts for public health and child care next year. Premier Doug Ford is expected to make the announcement later today at a gathering of municipal leaders in Ottawa. His…

Emergency workers clear streets and sidewalks after London explosion

Nearly three days after a dangerous explosion shook London’s Old East Village, dedicated emergency workers have given Woodman Avenue a complete tidy-up. In a statement released from the City of London, debris from the explosion had been cleared from roads…