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Goderich Signal-Star
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Goderich Signal-Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Toronto's economy soars; the North's, no so muchDavid Reevely/Columnist Ontario’s economy is ticking over nicely, the province
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
David Reevely/Columnist Ontario’s economy is ticking over nicely, the province’s financial accountability office says, but most of the benefits are going to Toronto. Last year, Greater Toronto added 69,700 jobs and central Ontario (which includes... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Tories say Hydro One sale confirmed bad deal‘fire sale’ of Hydro One will continue to make life harder for Ontario families
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 2 days ago
‘fire sale’ of Hydro One will continue to make life harder for Ontario families, according to the Ontario Tories, citing Ontario’s Financial Accountability Officer (FAO). “Since day one the Ontario PC’s have opposed Kathleen Wynne’s sale of... Read more
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Chatham This Week
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Chatham This Week / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Sarnia Observer / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Grits on road to bailout: MPPhim they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Fe
Sarnia Observer / Posted 3 days ago
him they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Feb. 19. He said that may signal that Wynne’s Liberal ­government will bail out the company. “Show us the agreement. We believe that if there is an agreement with... Read more
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Strathroy Age Dispatch
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Strathroy Age Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Grits on road to bailout: MPPhim they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Fe
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 3 days ago
him they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Feb. 19. He said that may signal that Wynne’s Liberal ­government will bail out the company. “Show us the agreement. We believe that if there is an agreement with... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Grits on road to bailout: MPPhim they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Fe
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
him they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Feb. 19. He said that may signal that Wynne’s Liberal ­government will bail out the company. “Show us the agreement. We believe that if there is an agreement with... Read more
5 related articles
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Chatham Daily News
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Kincardine News
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Kincardine News / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Grits on road to bailout: MPPhim they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Fe
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 3 days ago
him they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Feb. 19. He said that may signal that Wynne’s Liberal ­government will bail out the company. “Show us the agreement. We believe that if there is an agreement with... Read more
5 related articles
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The Brantford Expositor
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
The Norwich Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Ontario to test drive school-saving effortsRural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new r
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 3 days ago
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools. After public consultation in the fall, the Education Ministry turfed its initial plan to revise... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Grits on road to bailout: MPPhim they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Fe
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 3 days ago
him they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Feb. 19. He said that may signal that Wynne’s Liberal ­government will bail out the company. “Show us the agreement. We believe that if there is an agreement with... Read more
5 related articles
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Simcoe Reformer
Grits on road to bailout: MPPhim they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Fe
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 3 days ago
him they have been assured by government ­officials they will be paid beyond Feb. 19. He said that may signal that Wynne’s Liberal ­government will bail out the company. “Show us the agreement. We believe that if there is an agreement with... Read more
5 related articles
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
New school-closing rules get an ‘F’with the divisive issue of school closings — about 600 schools are on their dea
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 5 days ago
with the divisive issue of school closings — about 600 schools are on their deathbeds — sure to become a campaign issue. Ontario’s Education Ministry quietly released the draft, nearly seven months after an about-face on its old rules — the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Wynne visits Sudbury amid political upheavalJr., and Wynne’s former campaign manager, Pat Sorbara, were charged under the O
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 days ago
Jr., and Wynne’s former campaign manager, Pat Sorbara, were charged under the Ontario Election Act with offering would-be Liberal candidate Andrew Olivier a bribe not to run in the Sudbury byelection held in 2015. Lougheed and Sobara were... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Boards brace for impact of school closing rulessecond time in three years. Facing mounting criticism about a flawed funding m
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 9 days ago
second time in three years. Facing mounting criticism about a flawed funding model that disadvantaged rural schools, the Liberal government slapped a moratorium on new school closing reviews in a surprise move last June, a year before the next... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Liberals tight-lipped on candidateThe Hastings-Lennox and Addington Liberals will have a candidate selected by ne
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 10 days ago
The Hastings-Lennox and Addington Liberals will have a candidate selected by next week. “We should have an announcement by the end of week. We’re getting close,” said riding association president Tim Rigby. Rigby said several candidates were... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 10 days ago
they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return to Queen’s Park in a couple of weeks, the Liberals will present them with a bill giving the government broad authority to answer rules like New York’s with ones... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return
Sarnia Observer / Posted 10 days ago
they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return to Queen’s Park in a couple of weeks, the Liberals will present them with a bill giving the government broad authority to answer rules like New York’s with ones... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 10 days ago
they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return to Queen’s Park in a couple of weeks, the Liberals will present them with a bill giving the government broad authority to answer rules like New York’s with ones... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return
Chatham Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return to Queen’s Park in a couple of weeks, the Liberals will present them with a bill giving the government broad authority to answer rules like New York’s with ones... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 10 days ago
they choose protectionism, they will pay a price.” Wynne said when MPPs return to Queen’s Park in a couple of weeks, the Liberals will present them with a bill giving the government broad authority to answer rules like New York’s with ones... Read more
4 related articles
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St. Catharines Standard
Caroline Mulroney enters Ont. PC leadership raceMulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulron
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 13 days ago
Mulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, is running to become the leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party. Mulroney confirmed the news, which has been rumoured for over a week, in a series... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Caroline Mulroney enters Ont. PC leadership raceMulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulron
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 13 days ago
Mulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, is running to become the leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party. Mulroney confirmed the news, which has been rumoured for over a week, in a series... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Caroline Mulroney enters Ont. PC leadership raceMulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulron
Welland Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
Mulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, is running to become the leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party. Mulroney confirmed the news, which has been rumoured for over a week, in a series... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Wynne urges focus on voter not opponentPremier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual genera
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 13 days ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual general meeting — the last party gathering before the spring election — by urging them to focus not on their uncertain opponent, but on the principles for which they’re... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Wynne urges focus on voter not opponentPremier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual genera
Sarnia Observer / Posted 13 days ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual general meeting — the last party gathering before the spring election — by urging them to focus not on their uncertain opponent, but on the principles for which they’re... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Wynne urges focus on voter not opponentPremier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual genera
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 13 days ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual general meeting — the last party gathering before the spring election — by urging them to focus not on their uncertain opponent, but on the principles for which they’re... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Flagman’s inquest beginsanother coroner’s inquest in St. Thomas will examine Daniel’s death and perhaps
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 13 days ago
another coroner’s inquest in St. Thomas will examine Daniel’s death and perhaps offer recommendations to make Ontario’s roads safer. “People still don’t get it. There’s another generation and they think that speed is the utmost of... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Wynne urges focus on voter not opponentPremier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual genera
Chatham Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual general meeting — the last party gathering before the spring election — by urging them to focus not on their uncertain opponent, but on the principles for which they’re... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Wynne urges focus on voter not opponentPremier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual genera
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 13 days ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne fired up her troops at the Ontario Liberal annual general meeting — the last party gathering before the spring election — by urging them to focus not on their uncertain opponent, but on the principles for which they’re... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Ed Clark, Ontario's new pot and booze bossFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
The Sudbury Star / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. Favours cautious approach Asked if... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Meet your new booze and pot czarFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. --- --- --- Asked if he ever... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Meet your new booze and pot czarFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
Chatham Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. --- --- --- Asked if he ever... Read more
6 related articles
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The Brantford Expositor
Meet your new booze and pot czarFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. --- --- --- Asked if he ever... Read more
6 related articles
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Meet your new booze and pot czarFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. --- --- --- Asked if he ever... Read more
6 related articles
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Simcoe Reformer
Meet your new booze and pot czarFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. --- --- --- Asked if he ever... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Meet your new booze and pot czarFrom bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – so
Sarnia Observer / Posted 15 days ago
From bureaucrat, to banking whiz, to head of Ontario’s monopoly liquor and – soon – legal marijuana seller: Ed Clark, who helped turn London-based Canada Trust into a financial powerhouse, is a retailer at heart. --- --- --- Asked if he ever... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Ford eyes PC leadership, if party opts for voteOntario’s Progressive Conservative party brass is facing growing backlash for p
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 19 days ago
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party brass is facing growing backlash for proposing to appoint, not vote in a new leader to replace Patrick Brown. Brown resigned in the wake of explosive sexual misconduct allegations that left the party reeling... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Ford eyes PC leadership, if party opts for voteOntario’s Progressive Conservative party brass is facing growing backlash for p
The Sudbury Star / Posted 19 days ago
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party brass is facing growing backlash for proposing to appoint, not vote in a new leader to replace Patrick Brown. Brown resigned in the wake of explosive sexual misconduct allegations that left the party reeling... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Who will be next Tory leader?the campaign kicks off for the provincial election set for June 7. The scrambl
The Sudbury Star / Posted 23 days ago
the campaign kicks off for the provincial election set for June 7. The scramble comes as the Tories had been leading the Liberals in most polls, and appeared poised to give the long-governing Liberals a serious challenge in the upcoming... Read more
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Strathroy Age Dispatch
A look at some of those who could lead Ontariothe campaign kicks off for the provincial election set for June 7. The scrambl
Strathroy Age Dispatch / Posted 23 days ago
the campaign kicks off for the provincial election set for June 7. The scramble comes as the Tories had been leading the Liberals in most polls, and appeared poised to give the long-governing Liberals a serious challenge in the upcoming... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
A look at some of those who could lead Ontariothe campaign kicks off for the provincial election set for June 7. The scrambl
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 23 days ago
the campaign kicks off for the provincial election set for June 7. The scramble comes as the Tories had been leading the Liberals in most polls, and appeared poised to give the long-governing Liberals a serious challenge in the upcoming... Read more
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