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Liberals announce plan to boost Child Tax Benefit

The Ontario government today introduced its plan to invest in child care by increasing the Ontario Child Benefit and investing in early childhood educators and front-line child care workers, announced David Orazietti MPP.


Tue Apr 22, 2014

Northern Life

Finance minister touts spending plans as part...

Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci, left, listens as Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa addresses reporters Tuesday at the Learning Initiative on Cedar Street.



Animal Rights Lefties Say Bear Hunt Is Cruel

Animal activists are up in arms and heading to court to stop the Ontario province from allowing a spring bear hunt they say will leave orphaned cubs to die from starvation.


Tire Business

On Earth Day, Ontario touts scrap tire recycling

As companies, individuals and organizations mark Earth Day today, OTS put that 60 million number in perspective: "If you stacked this number of tires on top of each other, it would be over 22,000 times taller than the CN Tower!" the group said, referring to the 1,815.4-foot concrete communications and observation tower in downtown Toronto and the ... (more)


Solid Waste and Recycling

Ontario reaches 2 billion milestone for returned alcohol containers

Ontario is celebrating a milestone for the return of its two billionth alcohol container under the province's successful Deposit Return Program.


Canada NewsWire

Four days left to vote for Ontario's worst roads

In 2012 and 2013, Dufferin Street was crowned the worst road in the province. This year, over 1,600 different roads across the province have been nominated by drivers, transit users, cyclists and pedestrians for various reasons including congestion, crumbling infrastructure and safety issues for pedestrians and cyclists.


The Toronto Star

Reconsider LCBO kiosks in grocery stores, cancer body urges

Cancer Care Ontario is asking the province to reconsider plans to open LCBO liquor kiosks in grocery stores on the same day it is releasing a new report showing that up to 3,000 cases of cancer diagnosed annually in the province are caused by alcohol.


Mon Apr 21, 2014


Liberals boast of better living in Ontario; critics not sold

A "progress report" issued by the Liberals says middle and lower income Ontarians are better off after 11 years of their government.


Mass Transit

CA: Support is Growing for AB2574 - Legislation to Allow Construction ...

Below is an Editorial that ran in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star News and Inland Valley Daily Bulletin expressing support for The editors highlight the need to take the Gold Line light rail system to Ontario Airport, as well as the overwhelming support that exists regionally to make the airport the line's eastern terminus.


Sys-Con Media

Freedom from Addiction Aurora: Submits Budget Proposal to Finance Minister

"Addiction costs Ontario millions in lost productivity. Freedom Addiction Aurora rehab clinic discusses recommendations on funding, methadone treatment, detox and more."


Sat Apr 19, 2014


OPP patrols highways for Easter weekend safety blitz

The Ontario Provincial Police is out patrolling highways across the province for the Easter long weekend - a time when more cars than usual will be on the roads.


Fri Apr 18, 2014


Roots music takes centerstage among these fests

The String Cheese Incident will perform twice at the Huck Finn Jubilee on June 13 and 14 at the Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario, California.


The Fountain Pen

New Mandatory Immunizations Rules For Next School Year

Ontario is helping children and youth stay healthy by requiring their immunizations to be up to date before they return to school in September.


The Toronto Star

Beer Store's ad campaign shows fear of competition: Editorial

The Beer Store's new advertising campaign - warning of a spike in underage drinking if Ontario convenience stores win the right to sell suds - isn't winning it any new fans.



Jim Flaherty's Troubled Legacy

When former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty died suddenly last week, his stunned colleagues and many political observers reacted with sadness but also with high praise.


Thu Apr 17, 2014

Redwood Times

Eureka officials: Support late-night jail release bill; Leaders:...

As community members continue to express concern over late-night jail releases, Eureka officials attended a League of California Cities meeting to offer their support for a bill that would provide counties with an alternative, the city announced last week.



San Bernardino Co. Regional Parks to host food truck festival

Food trucks are coming to Ontario just in time for Cinco de Mayo . It will be the first such event the San Bernardino County Regional Parks Department is hosting and it is sure to tickle the taste buds of those looking for everything from grilled cheese to Sushi.



Top Six Frequently Asked Questions About the AODA for Franchisors and Franchisees

In Ontario, the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario has been increasingly active in pursuing enforcement actions against organizations that have not complied with their requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act .


Wed Apr 16, 2014


Senior Safety

As a legitimate senior this month I thought I would cover some issues concerning seniors and their special needs regarding safety.


The Globe and Mail

Ban sought on medical tourism to protect Ontario funding

Ontario's Health Minister has asked for an informal review of medical tourism in the province after The Globe and Mail reported on a major Toronto hospital's plan to solicit a small number of foreign patients as a way to raise revenue.



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