Jennifer Jones wins her first match at the Women’s World Curling Chamionships

Canada’s Jennifer Jones opened the World Women’s Curling Championship with an 11-5 victory over Czech Anna Kubeskova on Saturday in North Bay, Ont. Jones, the 2008 world champion, scored four in the... Read more »

Andrea Horwath promises dental insurance to Ontarians if NDP wins in June

Ontario New Democrat Leader (NDP) Andrea Horwath announced at a rally in Toronto Saturday that if she becomes Premier of Ontario in June, all Ontarians will be eligible for insurance. dental. The... Read more »

Paris gets Irish for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world and Ontario is no exception. Many activities are planned in Brant County to celebrate Irish National Day. Most pubs also expect to welcome... Read more »

Possibility of 4 days of strike next week in CPE Outaouais

The next week could be difficult for many parents in the Outaouais, while negotiations continue between the educators in the Early Childhood Center (CPE) and the employer party. In CPE in the... Read more »

Environment: Quebec no longer wants Ottawa to evaluate projects on its territory

Quebec dosn’t want any invovement from Ottawa when they asses future pipeline, mine, dam, power line or port projects on its territory. This is what letters sent by the Couillard government to... Read more »

Trump boasts of lying to Trudeau

The President of the United States boasted Wednesday of trying to convince Justin Trudeau during a meeting that his country was running a trade deficit with Canada, when it was not and... Read more »

26-year-old man shot in west Toronto

Toronto police investigate the 12th homicide of the year in the Queen City, while a 26-year-old man died after being shot in the west end of the city late Friday. Toronto police... Read more »

Recall of fasteners for pacifiers and teething toys

r. Brown’s Lovely Brand Pacifier and Teething Baby Pacers are being recalled due to a possible choking hazard. The four models featured in the recall consist of a stuffed toy holding the... Read more »

Bedbugs in class at Ryerson

A university in downtown Toronto is investigating a possible bedbug infestation in one of its classrooms. This investigation was opened after the publication of an article on the subject in the student... Read more »

Kathleen Wynne defends sex education program

Premier Kathleen Wynne says parents and experts were consulted during the development of the sex education program, contrary to what new Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford is suggesting. In a press briefing... Read more »