Ford government announces electronic auto insurance slip option
Ontario’s provincial government just saved citizens a major headache by taking care of pesky written auto insurance slips. According to CBC, drivers will now be able to carry an electric version of their auto insurance slip in their car.
Ontario teacher union to hold strike vote as students begin school
A strike may be on the horizon for 55,000 education workers in Ontario after the CUPE Ontario School Board Council of Unions requested a strike for its members, just as students head back to class.
Ford Government invests $3M more in Toronto CCTV cameras to curb gang violence
The Ford government has committed $3 million in funding to aid the Toronto police, in a move that would “more than double” the amount of operational surveillance cameras city-wide amid the sharp uptick in gang-related crime throughout the year and especially during the summer.
Ford’s sex-ed curriculum brings in Exemption policy and leaves repealed Liberal policy “largely unchanged”
The conservative government’s sex-ed program closely mirrors similar alterations executed by their Liberal predecessors. In 2015, the Wynne administration had instituted changes to the 1998 curriculum, only to later have them repealed—an act that would provoke court challenges, school walk-outs, and protest.
Ford announces Ontario’s municipal spending budget and confirms that he’s moving ahead with cuts to tackle deficit
In a Keynote Address at the Association of Ontario Municipalities 2019 Conference on Monday, Ford announced his office’s plan to invest $144 billion in local projects across Ontario.
Taylor Swift sends $6000 to Ontario fan who couldn’t afford tuition
Taylor Swift has wooed the internet with her latest move as she donated more than $6,000 to a fan who couldn’t afford her tuition.
More order at the border, says Ontario Minister of Social Services
Ontario’s new Minister of Social Services Todd Smith says Ottawa still owes the province “hundreds of millions of dollars” related to illegal migrants.
Doug Ford called a vicious killer an animal—who cares?
Canada’s justice system is pathetically weak, as we’ve all seen over and over again. And a big part of why…
Ford cuts $130 million of funding to Ontario legal clinics sparking mass protest
The 30% cuts have meant lay-offs, lower case loads, and may cost the public much more in the end.
Ford government says Trudeau is to blame for 160% increase in refugee claims since 2013
The province is seeking further financial compensation from the federal government at the tune of $25 million to fill an alleged “funding gap”.