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A record amount of guns have been stopped from hitting the streets of Ontario protecting communities province-wide. The Ontario Provincial Police and the United States Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) unit have seized 274 illegal firearms, including 168 in the US and 106 in Ontario marking the largest seizure of ...
CJ Goater Feb 23, 2024 5 views
The provincial government intends to reverse an Ontario Energy Board decision related to the hook-up of new natural gas services. The OEB approved in December that residents and businesses pay the full costs upfront. Prior to the decision, homeowners were given 40 years. Energy Minister Todd Smith says the decision was...
Randy Thoms Feb 23, 2024
Bill 124 is no more. The Ford government has repealed the wage-restricting legislation in its entirety through an Order in Council. The move comes after two court rulings deeming it unconstitutional and infringing on workers' rights to bargain. "Repealing the Bill will solve the inequality of workers created by th...
Randy Thoms Feb 23, 2024
The Ford government is defending its support for home care. Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa spoke on Thursday at Queen's Park about a Sioux Lookout family's five-year struggle to access services. "Howard has spent the last five years trying to navigate a badly broken healthcare system, and things are just getting wor...
Randy Thoms Feb 23, 2024
10 per cent or $120 million of the Building Faster Fund is being set aside for small, rural and northern municipalities that have not been assigned a housing target to help build housing-enabling infrastructure and to prioritize projects that speed up the increase of the province's housing supply. The fund is a three-y...
CJ Goater Feb 22, 2024 8 views
If you plan on travelling out of the country soon, you may want to check to make sure your measles vaccine is up to date Public Health Ontario has announced that 2 children are dealing with measles. 1 child is located in Peel and the other, an infant, is located in Toronto. Both children have recently travelled out of ...
CJ Goater Feb 22, 2024 3 views
There is a push to get the Ford government to pass legislation that protects municipal staff from harassment by elected officials. Organizations like the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario say there has been a rise in incidents across the province in recent years. Executive Director Dav...
Randy Thoms Feb 21, 2024
The MPP for Kiiwetinoong does not think the Ford government is doing enough to address the healthcare problems in the province's remote communities. Nishnawbe Aski Nation declared a health state of emergency two weeks ago, adding to one announced in 2016. Speaking in the legislature, Sol Mamakwa says the healthcare in ...
Randy Thoms Feb 21, 2024
A mix of good and bad can best sum up the situation animals in the region are facing with the low snowfall. For some animals, like white tailed deer, it could lead to a population boom, according to Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry spokesperson Michelle Nowak. "Winters of lower snow depth result in fewer...
Adam Riley Feb 21, 2024
Ontario will not meet its goal of having all of its facilities fully accessible by 2025. A report presented to government in June but only made public in December made 23 recommendations following a review of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. The Act was put in place in 2025 to reduce and remove ba...
Randy Thoms Feb 21, 2024
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