- Feb. 4, 2016: The concept of net neutrality suggests that all internet service providers should provide content of equal quality and quantity to its users regardless of source. However, as the internet is such a new technology, there have been many concerns over how government departments are able to adequately police this concept. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Dec. 28, 2015: While 2016 may not be the year Tim Raines gains entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame, this year's vote will be the one that ensures the Montreal Expos legend earns his Cooperstown plaque in 2017, which will also be his final year on the ballot. FULL STORY
Toronto - Nov. 30, 2015: The Ontario Liberals’ shenanigans continue to surprise even their biggest skeptics. Government messages are scripted to deliver an image of high moral ground, as leaks and documents reveal quite the opposite. The Hydro One sale is a case in point. The story line is all about securing funds to build needed infrastructure – the same they neglected and procrastinated on for the past 12 years. Reading the Government’s financial documents, however, tells a different story FULL STORY
Cornwall - Nov. 28, 2015: At 12:16 am this morning, people in Cornwall and area experienced an earthquake. Earthquakes Canada has confirmed the following: Approximate Location of Earthquake: This earthquake occurred 15 km south of Cornwall, ON and was felt from Morrisburg to Montreal and in northern New York State. There have been no reports of damage. FULL STORY
Windsor - Nov. 24, 2015: Windsor residents are being asked to be aware of individuals posing as City Building Inspectors. Several people have reported that individuals dressed similar to inspectors knocked on their door and asked to enter their homes. Once inside, the men go to the water heater and begin talking about the benefits of one product over another and it becomes apparent they are salesmen from a water heater rental company. FULL STORY
Windsor - Nov. 23, 2015: The City of Windsor is preparing to welcome refugees from Syria in the coming weeks, but how many and exactly when the refugees will arrive are still to be determined.
On Tuesday, the Federal Government is expected to share Canada’s plan for welcoming up to 25,000 refugees to the country, and once those details are known, it will position Windsor better to respond to questions from the community and receive information from citizens about donations.
Toronto - Nov. 19, 2015: Starting today the LCBO is offering ten nouveau wines for sale this year – including two from Ontario.
The annual release of Beaujolais Nouveau and other nouveau wines on the third Thursday of November celebrates the first wines of the year’s harvest. Nouveau wines are traditionally one of the LCBO’s fastest-selling products with more than half selling out in the first week.
Toronto - Nov. 19, 2015: Yesterday in the Legislature, Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown asked Premier Wynne why her Liberal Government continues to let children sit on waitlists for autism treatment programs.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Ontario's wait lists for children’s autism support services have grown to over 16,000 spaces, and some families are waiting years for services.
Ottawa - Nov. 18, 2015: The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement today advocating against acts of hatred and racism directed at specific Canadians in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris:
Toronto - Nov. 16, 2015: Today in the Legislature, Leader of the Official Opposition Patrick Brown questioned why the Wynne Liberals are prioritizing lavish paycheques for Hydro One executives, while the province’s skyrocketing hydro rates are making life more and more unaffordable for Ontarians.