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Does the Oct. 21 federal election date trample on Orthodox Jewish rights? It’s now in a judge’s hands
Madam Justice Ann Marie McDonald considers a lawsuit to push back the date of the vote as a deadline for potential changes looms.
Cuts impacting children and families called “a line we don’t cross in this province.”
Mohawks who live on the island must pass through a border point of entry when they travel to the mainland, even though their trip never takes them outside the country.
Premier Doug Ford bills himself and his government as “for the people,” but a new poll suggests a majority of Ontarians do not believe he cares about people like them.
Toronto police superintendent fell and hit his head a week before he was scheduled to appear before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
Signals intelligence agency told Liberals in 2016 that foreign actors developing more “sophisticated covers” to mask their control of private sector companies.
The loan, originally made during the 2009 financial crisis, was recently deemed unrecoverable by the province following the carmaker’s restructuring
The scandal that has rocked the government and fuelled its tumble in a new public opinion poll has now claimed seven people.