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Education minister seeks ‘innovative’ ideas to stop class sizes from rising

Education Minister Stephen Lecce says he's "open" to ideas from school boards and teacher unions to stop class sizes from rising to 28...

Andrew Scheer said gay couples lack ‘inherent’ quality of marriage in...

OTTAWA–The Liberals are challenging Andrew Scheer to end his “boycott” of gay pride events after unearthing a 2005 speech the Conservative leader made...

Ontario won’t fine gas stations over pump stickers

Premier Doug Ford will not punish gas station owners with fines of up to $10,000 a day for failing to post stickers targeting...

Ethics commissioner Mario Dion ready to testify to committee today, NDP’s...

OTTAWA—Ethics commissioner Mario Dion could testify to a parliamentary committee as early as Wednesday afternoon about his findings on the prime minister’s breach...

The Star’s Susan Delacourt among moderators for English leaders’ debate

OTTAWA—The Star’s Susan Delacourt is among five journalists who will moderate the official English-language debate during the upcoming federal election campaign. The Ottawa...

Ford government’s sex-ed changes blasted from all sides

The Ford government is being blasted from all sides for unveiling a new sex-education curriculum similar to the previous Liberal version the premier...

Get everything you need to know about the federal election in...

Is your wall calendar filling up with Xes as you count down the days until this fall’s federal election?If so, you’re going to...

New sex-ed curriculum builds on previous Liberal version

Ontario students will be talking a lot more about consent and learning about sexual orientation a year earlier, but discussions about gender identity...

Ontario to end funding for ‘inappropriate’ medical procedures

Doctors and their patients can expect some changes in how conditions are diagnosed and treated as the Ontario government prepares to eliminate OHIP...

Environment minister says election shouldn’t limit climate-change discussion

OTTAWA—Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is calling on Elections Canada to “clarify” its warning to environmental groups that advertising about climate change could be...
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