Holly McKenzie-Sutter

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Ontario municipal candidates face 'organized hatred' as campaign nears close

With voting day set for Monday in municipal and school board elections across Ontario, some candidates are facing intense, hostile rhetoric — some in-person and some online — as they put their names forward on local ballots.

Migrants across Canada call on Ottawa for action on regularization, permanent status

Thousands of migrants and their supporters held rallies across Canadian cities on Sunday to call on Ottawa to extend permanent status to undocumented people.

Uxbridge, Ont. renters priced out of town after tornado still displaced 3 months on

Blue tarps colour the rooftops and wooden boards cover up shattered windows in Uxbridge, Ont., three months after a devastating tornado ripped through town northeast of Toronto.

Doctors advise Ontarians to keep up with vaccines ahead of fall flu season, possible COVID-19 surge

Ontario doctors are advising people to keep up with vaccinations ahead of the fall, when illnesses including COVID-19 and influenza are expected to spread amid health system challenges one physician said he expects will likely worsen.

Ontario cheers U.S. bill proposing EV tax credits, but still no local incentives

Plans to expand a proposed U.S tax credit on electric vehicle purchases to cover North American-made cars is a boon for the auto sector, says Ontario's economic development minister, but the province isn't planning any buyer incentives for local drivers.

Union representing Ontario education workers calls for 11.7% raise

A union representing Ontario education workers has asked the province for annual wage increases of 11.7 per cent — or $3.25 per hour — as the two sides hash out a new collective agreement.

Project tracking COVID-19 in Canadian long-term care paused due to lack of data from provinces

A think tank that's been compiling data on COVID-19 in Canadian long-term care homes says it has to stop its work because provinces are no longer making enough information public about the spread of the virus in the sector.

COVID-19 vaccine bookings for babies and toddlers open in Ontario

Ontario parents can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments for their babies and preschoolers starting today. The province's booking portal opened for pediatric vaccine appointments for children aged six months to under five years at 8 a.m.

Ontario government, education union begin contract negotiations

Bargaining began Monday between the Ontario government and a major education union, the first in a series of talks scheduled with labour groups in the sector before contracts for teachers and other school workers expire at the end of August.

Caucus members, mayor, businessman and MP ponder Ontario Liberal leadership bids

Caucus members, a prominent businessman, a mayor and a federal MP are all mulling potential bids for leadership of Ontario's Liberal party, but none are in a rush to decide whether to enter the race.