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Ontario NDP and PCs position themselves as labour friendly, each net new endorsements

Ontario NDP and PCs position themselves as labour friendly, each net new endorsements

TORONTO — Doug Ford touted his union ties and tried to position his Progressive Conservatives as the labour-friendly option for voters on Tuesday, as his political rivals accused him of simply paying lip service to workers.
Ontario Greens seek to build on Schreiner's debate performance, eye two ridings

Ontario Greens seek to build on Schreiner's debate performance, eye two ridings

TORONTO — The leader of Ontario's Greens headed to two ridings on Tuesday where he sees the best chances of growing his party, seeking to build on momentum from his fiery performance at the leaders' debate the night before.

Dozens of fatal crashes in Ontario in 2022 so far, highest count seen since 2012: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police say they've recorded more than 100 fatal collisions so far this year – a high not seen in a decade.

Remains found in Uxbridge identified as those of Toronto man who went missing

Police in Durham Region say human remains found in Uxbridge, Ont., are those of a 32-year-old man reported missing in Toronto last year.

Ontario reports 11 new COVID-19 deaths, increase in hospitalizations

Ontario is reporting 11 new deaths linked to COVID-19 today. The province says that figure includes deaths from previous days recorded during a data clean-up. There are 1,345 people hospitalized with the virus today, up from 1,122 the previous day.

Forest fire in northeast Ontario community forces residents to evacuate

A forest fire has forced the evacuation of residents in a community north of Sudbury, Ont. Conservation officers and Ontario Provincial Police assisted with the precautionary evacuation of Shining Tree, Ont.
Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 17

Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 17

Here's where the leaders of Ontario's main political parties are today: ____ Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford Toronto: Makes an announcement. 10 a.m. ____ NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Toronto : Makes an announcement about fixing schools. 9 a.m.

Suspects accused of damaging and stealing political campaign signs

Two men face mischief and theft charges in connection with the theft and damage of political signs in Brampton.
Quotes from the Ontario party leaders' debate ahead of the June 2 election

Quotes from the Ontario party leaders' debate ahead of the June 2 election

TORONTO — Ontario party leaders faced off in a televised debate Monday night ahead of the June 2 election. Here are some key quotes: "Under yourself and the former premier Kathleen Wynne, you destroyed this province.
Ontario party leaders attack Ford on health, education in election debate

Ontario party leaders attack Ford on health, education in election debate

TORONTO — Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford faced a barrage of attacks from the other three major party leaders in the Ontario election debate Monday, but largely refused to take the bait, instead referring back to his own messages of buildin