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DineSafe-style ranking system for apartment buildings ignores tenant concerns, advocates say

For the past two years, Benjamin Pullia says he has been bundling up inside his Dovercourt Road apartment without proper heat in his...

Teck Frontier oilsands project pits Trudeau’s climate credibility against concerns for...

OTTAWA—Like most everyone with a stake in the quagmire of Canadian climate politics, Colleen Thorpe does not know if the Liberal government will...

GO Expansion plans facing uncertainty as companies raise concerns over P3...

The timing and scope of a major planned expansion of GO Transit rail service appears to be in doubt, after the companies tasked...

An Ontario dad says he’s been blocked from raising concerns about...

At first glance, a small-claims lawsuit looks like a $6,000 squabble between the Ontario Cycling Association and a father, Jeff Archbold, who alleges...

Concerns grow over compensation payouts for Ontario’s cancelled green energy projects

Premier Doug Ford’s axing of more than 750 green energy projects has cost taxpayers $1.1 million in financial penalties so far, but with...

Premier Doug Ford says auditors are examining OLG’s books over spending...

There is a high-stakes game between Premier Doug Ford’s government and the province’s gambling agency.A visibly unhappy Ford said Thursday that auditors have...

Via’s high frequency rail link from Toronto to Quebec raises safety...

Via Rail’s proposed new high frequency passenger rail link between Toronto and Quebec City is igniting debate over whether new train control...

Digital panel raises big concerns with Sidewalk Labs’ smart city proposal

A Waterfront Toronto advisory panel has big concerns with digital aspects of Sidewalk Labs’s controversial proposal for a high-tech neighbourhood on Toronto’s waterfront.“Preliminary...

Ontario graduation nudges up again, but Education Minister Stephen Lecce says...

Ontario’s high school graduation rate has nudged up again, with 87.1 per cent of students earning their diploma after five years.The rate over...

Ontario injured worker advocates take discrimination concerns to United Nations

Injured worker advocates will ask a United Nations committee to examine a workers’ compensation board practice that slashes accident victims’ benefits by declaring...
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