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Dec 23rd, 2017 by tay
Wynnetario urged to cancel water bottlers permit
Environmentalists are urging the Ontario government against renewing one of Nestle's water-taking permits in a southwestern Ontario town, saying "water should be for life, not for profit." Wellington Water Watchers says the permit for Nestle Waters in...
Dec 22nd, 2017 by Walter
Hydro Helicopter Crash Reason Pinpointed
I don't know how they figured this out but I'll take their word for it....... In a conference regarding the fatal helicopter crash which took the lives of 4 Hydro One employees on December 14th, 2017 in Tweed, Ontario, about 100km northwest of...
Influential Jew/Lawyer charged in bat attack
CBC News has learned the man charged in connection with a baseball bat attack on an immigrant family is a Toronto personal injury lawyer and the great-grandson of former Toronto mayor Nathan Phillips. Mark Phillips, 36, was charged on Dec. 8 with...
Dec 12th, 2017 by Hoid
OPP say they're putting truck drivers on notice
Provincial police say they're putting transport truck drivers ``on notice'' after laying charges in three horrific collisions involving big rigs that claimed the lives of six people. OPP Commissioner Vince Hawkes says two of the collisions occurred on...
Dec 11th, 2017 by tay
Private company 'gamed' $100M from Ontario's electricity system
Hydro customers shelled out about $100 million in "inappropriate" payments to a natural gas plant that exploited flaws in how Ontario manages its private electricity generators, CBC News has learned. The company operating the Goreway Power Station in...
Why wasn't she charged with 'dangerous'?
I recall some years ago someone was driving 60 in an 80 heading to cottage country for a long time., hwy 12 maybe. Eventually an OPP pulled them over. In court they won because there was no sign saying what the minimum speed was. If the following is...
Dec 2nd, 2017 by Murphy
Mayor Tory, PC Leader Brown to talk transit
With Tory knowing the Liberal's plans going forward, I suppose the mayor wants to check in with Brown. He must feel the PCs will form the next government. --- Mayor Tory, PC Leader Brown to talk transit Antonella Artuso Toronto Mayor John Tory...
Ontario working to ban eye tattoos after mishap
The procedure, called scleral pigmentation, is made by lancing a small needle into the top layer of the eye and injecting diluted ink. The process and ink formula are both considered cosmetic and are currently unregulated by the province. Within hours,...
Wynners Move To Crush Vaping
Its war, thats what representatives from the Canadian vaping industry say following the Ontario Liberals sudden and shockingly obstinate legislative position on vaping. Dashing to capitalize on recreational cannabis, the Ontario Liberals introduced...
Nov 12th, 2017 by Murphy
Unions using Patrick Brown's ad against him
A coalition of unions is using Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown own campaign commercial in a new attack ad against him. Working Families funded by public- and private-sector unions released its latest TV spot Thursday, entitled Can...
Wynnetario is looking for your ideas to improve Wynnetario
Well besides the obvious one. But even the Star gloomily admits they likely won't get enacted........ Some Ontario Liberal activists are calling for an end to public funding of Catholic schools, improvements to the recognition of foreign...
Cannabis legalization - Ontario Government
This is the Ontario government's policy, which outlines the sale and distribution of pot to Ontarians. --- Learn about our safe and sensible approach to preparing for the federal governments legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada. ...
Ontario names first cities to host government-run marijuana shops
Ontario names first cities to host government-run marijuana shops Shawn Jeffords, The Canadian Press Published Friday, November 3, 2017 TORONTO -- Ontario has named the first 14 cities where it will set up government-run marijuana stores by July...
Libs would win Ontario again if they shed Wynne
Ontarios governing Liberals could well win another majority if they send leader Kathleen Wynne packing. A new poll from Mainstreet Research for Postmedia, released Thursday, asked respondents how theyd vote if the Liberals called an election with...
11 or 17
What highway is better to travel on this time of the year? Im leaving on the 30th. I'm travelling from Thunder Bay to Sudbury. I drive a Toyota Matrix and still have my summer tires on. I'm thinking of 11. I know there's a snow belt from...
Assisted living type of home
For seniors and people with disabilities that are willing to relocate we are an assisted living type of home in the quaint little town of Listowel Ontario. We offer private rooms, some with private baths, three meals a day and evening snack. There is...
Oct 28th, 2017 by tay
Man held in TO basement for 25 years
A horrific story... The alleged captors, Gary Willett Sr. and his wife, Maria, are facing multiple charges. Willett Sr. is charged with forcible confinement and assault of the man to whom he allegedly didnt provide the necessaries of life for nearly...
Rare Avro Arrow photos snapped 50 years ago | Canada | News | Toronto Sun Cancelling Avro Arrow a costly nightmare | Canada | News | Toronto Sun
Gordon Stuckless back on trial for new Gardens charges
Gordon Stuckless back on trial for new Gardens charges The Canadian Press First posted: Wednesday, October 04, 2017 11:39 AM EDT | Updated: Wednesday, October 04, 2017 11:47 AM EDT TORONTO - The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex scandal...
Sep 30th, 2017 by MHz
Ontario opioid tracker provides up-to-date data
In the first half of 2016, two people died every day from opioids in Ontario. Fentanyl seems to be the leading cause of death. Ontario opioid tracker provides up-to-date data More than 400 people in the province have died of overdoses in the first...
Man dies of road rage injuries: police
This is an excellent example of karma, or yin and yang. Two halves together represent the whole. The Yin and the yang are a starting point for change. When something is whole, it is complete. When you split something into two halves love & hate, it...
Sep 20th, 2017 by Murphy
Hey, the rat is dead!
Wiarton Willie, the prognosticating groundhog, dies at age 13 | CTV Barrie News
Sep 20th, 2017 by Murphy
Opinion - Wynne's cannabis retail plan a buzzkill*
Opinion - Wynne's cannabis retail plan a buzzkill* Jamie Ellerton, Special to the Toronto Sun * having a depressing effect While politicos were feverishly high with Premier Kathleen Wynne testifying in a Sudbury courtroom last week at the trial of...
Bernardo postpones day parole hearing until 2018
Bernardo postpones day parole hearing until 2018 By Michele Mandel, Toronto Sun First posted: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 08:45 PM EDT | Updated: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 08:58 PM EDT How he toys with them yet again. Set to seek day parole next...
Sep 19th, 2017 by MHz
COMMENTARY: Trudeau needs a legal weed market by 2019
Trudeau has to make this work, or he'll be looking for a job in 2019. COMMENTARY: Trudeau needs a legal weed market by 2019 and Wynne is happy to help By Tasha Kheiriddin, Radio Host - Global News ...
Judge who wore Trump hat no longer Judging
Hamilton judge who wore a Make America Great Again hat to court the day after the U.S. election and declared his support for president-elect Donald Trump is no longer hearing cases. Justice Bernd Zabel, appointed to the bench in 1990, stopped being...
City of Mississauga sued in sex assault case
City of Mississauga sued in sex assault case By Michele Mandel, Toronto Sun First posted: Thursday, September 07, 2017 09:02 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, September 07, 2017 09:26 PM EDT It was her first summer job with the City of Mississauga and she...
Aug 30th, 2017 by 10larry
Cops vs sad sac taxpayers.
Help me out here, an internal squabble twixt tribes has resulted in a blocked road(again) in caledonia, the town has nothing whatsoever to do with the spat but cops fearful of being tagged as enforcement officers allow it to stay. Why is the town...
West Nile epidemic imminent in Ontario: Researchers
West Nile epidemic imminent in Ontario: Researchers Grant Lafleche, Postmedia Network First posted: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 09:58 PM EDT | Updated: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 10:04 PM EDT Ontario is on the cusp of another West Nile virus epidemic,...
Farmers block wind-turbine sites
The protest group, Water Wells First, has for more than a year been fighting the development of a wind farm they say is causing problems for area residents who depend on wells for their drinking water. Tests at several farms have shown their well water...
Wynnetario wasted low income hydro users money on advertising
Yes, the radio stations did very well as I heard this commercial a lot..... $12M to help low-income hydro customers then spent $11.7M of it on publicity Ontario's energy minister admits the bulk of nearly $12 million spent on the government's...
The story behind the $365,000 car that shut down Toronto’s Bloor
A plainclothes officer in a Toyota minivan was driving on a highway north of Toronto Monday when, behind him, he noticed a white Lamborghini. Fully-loaded with two-tone interior, high-gloss black accents on the front end and black chrome exhaust tips,...