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Intense deadlock in talks between the province and the teachers unions...

The intense deadlock in talks between the province and the teacher's unions is sparking plenty of concern among parents. This after the union for elementary...

Ontario considering ban on flavoured vaping products following Nova Scotia ban

Ontario's health minister Christine Elliott, says the province is considering a ban on flavoured vaping products. Her statements came the same day Nova Scotia announced...

Teacher contract talks continue as deadline for one-day strike looms

Ontario's education minister, Stephen Lecce says the government wants to reach a deal with high school teachers to avoid Wednesday's one-day strike. Lecce says the...

Full and part-time workers increasingly using food banks: report

A new report says full and part-time workers are increasingly using food banks to put food on their tables. Feed Ontario, the organization that oversees...

Slick roads, downed trees, power outages after ice storm slams the...

The most recent winter storm has wreaked havoc on neighbourhoods in the Golden Horseshoe Area. Roughly 17,000 homes in Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Waterdown, Dundas, and...

Freezing rain leads to power outages and crashes in the region

Large portions of Southern Ontario were under extreme weather warnings as harsh winter conditions hit the region. Niagara, Hamilton, Halton and the surrounding areas...

OPP searches for missing 15-year-old girl

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is hoping the public can help locate a missing 15-year-old girl. Angelica Wrightman was last seen in Parkhill, Ont. on...

Ontario announces new measures to combat bullying following death of Hamilton...

Ontario is introducing new initiatives to combat bullying in schools following the stabbing of a Hamilton student. Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the new measures...

Emergency alert system to be tested Wednesday afternoon

Most Canadians should be prepared to hear an alert coming from their wireless devices, radio and TV stations but there is no need to...

Teachers start work-to-rule campaigns across Ontario

Ontario public elementary and high school teachers will stop performing some administrative tasks starting Tuesday as part of work-to-rule campaigns. The strike comes after...

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