The Twilight Zone

Good Morning Ontario! You have now entered The Twilight Zone…

Good morning Ontario citizens! Are you just waking up? Good, now hold tight because we have some news for you. You have entered The…

So #Ontario, what was the PC plan again? Hopefully you expected more than $1 beer?

So what was in the Ontario PC Party Plan? Well we didn’t get a full plan during the election, however the information below from…

It’s Election Night Ontario – Are You Ready?

Well the campaign is over and the polls have closed. Are you ready? Ontario has a strong desire for change, however it seems that…

Ontario election 2018 platform guide: Where the parties stand on everything from hydro bills to taxes to transit

Election day in Ontario—June 7—is fast approaching, and voters face a stark choice in the three main candidates: Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne, Ontario…

Ontario’s party leaders make their final pitches

The four main leaders vying for your vote in the election explain why you should choose them to be the next premier of Ontario. Click…

Let’s talk about transit at cross-roads again in Toronto

Transit is now on the radar. Everyone is talking about it. Yes, talking! Will we fund transit? How much will it cost? Will it…

Is an election on the horizon in Ontario? Liberals, NDP still trying to make a deal

Ontario Liberals and New Democrats are meeting again today, trying to negotiate a deal before Tuesday’s crucial budget vote to keep the minority government…

ONTARIO AMBER ALERT! Joshua Low

THE TORONTO POLICE SERVICE HAS REQUESTED AN “AMBER ALERT” FOR AN ABDUCTED CHILD IN THE GREATER TORONTO AREA. TORONTO, April 21, 2012 /CNW/ –…

Embarrassed to sing “O Canada”? It’s only a ”Pittance in Time”!

The Toronto Catholic District School Board had to pass new guidelines, forcing students to “sing” O’Canada. I just listened to the news and heard students state that…

The Need for Speed in Toronto

Need for Speed in Toronto

Speed limits on Ontario’s highways are too low, according to an Oshawa-based group.

Stop100.ca is calling on the provincial government to boost existing maximum limits from the current 100 km/h by as much as 30 km/h.

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