Police only disclosed that a search warrant had been executed, and would not confirm media reports they had raided a Mississauga facility where old government computers are stored
Less than a year after being sworn-in as premier, Kathleen Wynne is in no rush for a general election
Ontario’s Premier made sure she set a different tone than that of her predecessor on her first official visit to Alberta
They should be clarified to help workers determine which records to keep for the archives, he says.
The accusations come on the heels of an OPP investigation following Ontario’s privacy watchdog report that found top Liberals broke the law by deleting their accounts.
One of the biggest chunks of the planned spending will go to transit—earmarked at $3.4 billion for the 2013-2014 fiscal year
University of Toronto’s Mowat Centre says Ontario continues to contribute a disproportionate amount to federal coffers, even though it’s no longer wealthier than the average province.
He also says the government should have new employees contribute to defined contribution pensions
Ontario taxpayers are on the hook for $190 million for halting construction of the Mississauga, Ont. generating station just days before last fall’s election
Time is running out for Ontario’s minority Liberals to broker a budget deal with the NDP and avoid a second election in just seven months.