Now that the Ontario general election is over, the province’s physicians say the re-elected Progressive Conservative party needs to move quickly to address the problems plaguing the health-care system. “We need to work together to…
If you voted in the ridings of Scarborough North or Scarborough Southwest during the recent Ontario Provincial Election, you probably noticed the option to vote for a candidate representing the “None of The Above Party.”
Election time is usually the moment when people’s voices are heard and issues are addressed, but some members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community feel they have been ignored.
“I don’t think politics in Canada takes into account the voice of immigrants,” Daniela Rodriguez, an international student from Colombia, said about the June 2 Ontario election. Rodriguez, 25, currently resides in Scarborough and studies…
With the Ontario general election just passing, highschool students were asked if they are educated enough on our Ontario government along with the policies.
Reporters asked Scarborough residents one question after the election results were revealed: “What does it mean to you that the Conservative Party of Ontario got elected?”
The need for accessible and safe housing and accommodation for the disabled, and women with special needs are major concerns facing women ahead of the provincial election, one advocate says.
Still feeling confused about the provincial election, or don’t know who to vote for? We’re here to help.
Find out what changes each provincial party would make to Scarborough public transit like GO and the TTC in the upcoming election.
Here’s what your vote counts for in Ontario – and why you should care.