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A third of Ontario schools, daycares have dangerous levels of lead...

Eleven per cent of lead tests from school and daycare water samples exceeded the national safety guideline last year, according to new provincial...

Teen vaping rates double in Ontario in just two years

Vaping rates doubled among Ontario teens in the past two years, replacing cigarettes, waterpipes and ecstasy on the list of top drug habits,...

Ontario pushes pause on recycling watchdog, citing need to cut ‘red...

Premier Doug Ford’s government is weakening the powers of the independent recycling regulator that was supposed to hold producers of electronics or household...

The RCMP is shutting down its financial crimes unit in Ontario....

Despite multiple recent reports that identified Toronto’s vulnerability to money laundering, the RCMP has decided to disband its Ontario financial crimes unit, the...

I went undercover as an Amazon delivery driver. Here’s what I...

The shirtless man who greeted me at the door of his Oshawa bungalow was incredulous.He stared at the cardboard box as I handed...

These cosmetics contain banned or potentially hazardous chemicals. Why are they...

It practically leaps off the shelf and into your daughter’s arms: With its iridescent packaging covered in cartoon animals, this stick-on nail kit...

‘We’re in a David-and-Goliath situation.’ Small Ontario town taking on Nestle...

ELORA, Ont. — The artesian well that feeds Rob MacKay’s farm suddenly stopped bubbling.A small silver pipe near the barn had always gushed...

Whistler’s corrosive water increases the chances of getting lead in tap...

Whistler, the famed ski town north of Vancouver, has known for at least five years that its tap water is corrosive, increasing the...

He was a titan of Bay Street and a former senator....

The government clings to Canadians like an unshakable shadow, business titan J. Trevor Eyton told the crowd at the Empire Club in Toronto...

Rack up debt. Declare bankruptcy. Repeat. And repeat again. How thousands...

Kenneth Nantel seemed unbothered by his bankruptcy.It was his fourth in 10 years, during which time he had relied on Canada’s insolvency system...
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