Doug Ford

Ontario's main political parties are charting new courses forward today, with one heading into a second term with an even stronger mandate than before and two others searching for new leaders.
Going back more than 15 years, tall, ungainly, otherworldly industrial wind turbines have been springing up on Ontario’s rural landscape, churning controversy in their wake.
Goldy Hyder, president and CEO of the Business Council of Canada, said U.S. lawmakers and counterparts – even White House officials – have been worried for weeks about a possible labour dispute.
Ontario is removing most mask mandates on March 21, including in schools, and is ending all remaining public health orders a month later, shifting the onus of protection from COVID-19 to individuals.
Mask mandates remain in place in Ontario, but businesses like gyms, cinemas and restaurants no longer need to check patrons' vaccination status as of Tuesday. 
Even though it’s only mid-February, Stephen Beckta felt like a man emerging from a long, lonely winter on Monday.
As of Jan. 31, restaurants, cinemas and museums will be able to reopen at 50 per cent capacity, the province announced Thursday.
Latest measures aimed at curbing virus's spread will take effect as of 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday and will remain in place for at least 21 days, the province announced Monday.
The 12,000-square-foot facility in Mitel’s former headquarters at 350 Legget Dr. is slated to open its doors to the public on Thursday.
New measures include reducing capacity limits in essential retail stores and shutting down non-essential construction sites.