A pair of rival star candidates promises to make Scarborough-Guildwood a riding to watch in the Oct. 6 race to Queen’s Park. The two main contenders are Liberal stalwart Margarett Best and Progressive Conservative Gary Ellis.
With Scarborough playing a major role in electing right-wing mayor Rob Ford and Stephen Harper’s Conservative government, Tim Hudak can only hope his party receives the same response from the suburbs.
Long-time Scarborough-Agincourt MPP Gerry Phillips has declared he is leaving his position — for good. With Phillips retiring, the premier and his party are losing an important general ahead of the looming Oct. 6 provincial election fight.
Toronto is getting a $8.2 billion LRT from Black Creek Drive to Kennedy Station under Eglinton.
It took a couple of months but Mayor Rob Ford finally unveiled his transit vision, one that replaces the Transit City plan, finding “common ground” with Premier Dalton McGuinty.
Premier Dalton McGuinty and Mayor Rob Ford this morning announced a new plan for rapid transit expansion in Toronto.
The leader of Ontario’s NDP says the provincial government’s pre-election budget neglects the economic realities of Ontario families.
For the month with the fewest days, February really has a lot to offer: Several Black History Month events, speeches and workshops across the city. Countless, traditional Chinese New Year celebrations almost everywhere you turn. Endless amounts of red decorations, roses and chocolates lining the shopping centres in anticipation for Valentine’s Day.
With the school day extended, kindergarteners might be able to hit the snooze button at naptime — but many adults are anything but restful about the changes.
A report prepared by Ontario hospitals offers the provincial government ways to save on the cost of palliative care and other health-care services.