TORONTO—Ontario is increasing class sizes for Grades 4-12 in an effort to cut costs, a move critics say will hurt student learning and result in thousands of teaching jobs lost across the province.
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CAMBRIDGE, Ont.—Management-level jobs will be lost in the planned merger of 20 provincial health agencies, Premier Doug Ford said yesterday, as his message shifted from no job losses under his government to no front-line job losses.
TORONTO—Ontario's realtors and home builders say the province could address a housing supply crunch if it allowed a greater range of developments around 200 transit hubs.
The associations which represent Ontario's realtors and home builders are calling on the provincial government to change zoning rules around the transit stations.
TORONTO—The firing of a high-ranking provincial police officer waging a legal battle over the controversial appointment of Ontario's top cop yesterday renewed accusations of political interference the government denied.
TORONTO—A pricey Progressive Conservative fundraising gala where attendees can rub shoulders with key members of government doesn't constitute cash-for-access, Premier Doug Ford said ahead of the event in Toronto yesterday.
TORONTO—Ontario is consolidating its local and provincial health networks to create a central agency as part of a system overhaul, the health minister announced today, though she wouldn't say if the move will save money or lead to job losses.
TORONTO—One of Ontario's highest-ranking police officers is threatening to sue Premier Doug Ford accusing him of defamation.
TORONTO—Ontario is considering having large industrial companies pay for pollution if they exceed emissions standards that will be established in the province—a system critics say is the same as the federal carbon tax the government has railed against for months.
TORONTO—Ontario government lawyers say the repeal of a modernized sex-ed curriculum does not discriminate against an 11-year-old transgender girl challenging the move, arguing teachers still can address topics like gender identity even though such issues no longer are a mandatory part of the lesson plan.
TORONTO—A new report suggests parents who miss work to help children suffering from anxiety cost the Ontario economy $421 million a year.
The report, released yesterday by Children's Mental Health Ontario, looked at data collected in 2017.