Canada sees biggest monthly job loss since 2009: Report
Suspect sought after shot fired in Brampton
MISSING: Police looking for 33 year old Brampton man
Karahi Point, Pioneer of Traditional Karahi in Canada, Opens New Restaurant
TTC offering free services on New Year's Eve
Ontario is taking a bite out of animal abuse
The provincial government has passed legislation intended to better protect animals from abuse and neglect.
Ontario launching automated speed enforcement
The Ontario government has passed legislation that will allow municipalities to install automated speed enforcement devices on certain roads.
Catholic school teachers move closer to legal strike position
A ‘no-board’ report has been issued with respect to negotiations between the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA), the Government of Ontario, and Catholic school board truste
Provincial government strengthening emissions testing
The provincial government is implementing a new emissions testing program in an effort to protect Ontario's air quality.
Ontario high school teachers on strike as of tomorrow
It appears a one-day strike is in the forecast for Ontario high school students.
Cannabis-infused edibles will soon be sold legally in Canada
Now that December is here, cannabis retailers will soon be able to sell cannabis products that can be consumed in ways other than smoking.
Brampton councillor hired consultant for over $20,000
The City of Brampton is reviewing what appears to be a loophole in the hiring process for city councillors' offices after one councillor submitted invoices to pay an outside consultant over $20,000
PICK A SIDE: Should Ontario's pit bull ban be lifted
Ontario’s pit bull ban could soon be lifted, if a bill proposed by MPP Rick Nicholls from Chatham-Kent-Leamington gets passed.
Ontario's pit bull ban could soon be lifted
A conservative MPP has put forward a bill that would end Ontario’s ban on pit bulls.
Ontario is launching a new strategy to combat human trafficking
You might not know this, but 400 series highways are some of the most commonly used highways for human trafficking in the country.
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