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Ontario Celebrating 50 Years on the GO

Ontario is celebrating the 50th anniversary of GO Transit, which has been making it easier for people to travel across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area by connecting communities and helping to manage congestion, and looking to the future as

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The OPP Are Hiring!

Looking for an exciting job as a police officer? The Ontario Provincial Police force is hiring. On May 31st, The OPP will be hosting a recruitment session at Caledon Community Services on King St in Bolton. You need to reserve

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Wet Weather to Return Late This Week

Enjoy today because Southern Ontario is in for more soggy weather starting tomorrow. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the entire southern part of the province. Total rainfall amounts may approach 50 millimetres in some areas before

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Weather Statements and Advisories For Monday

Special weather statement in effect for: Innisfil – New Tecumseth – Angus Orangeville – Grand Valley – Southern Dufferin County Shelburne – Mansfield – Northern Dufferin County Newmarket – Georgina – Northern York Region Uxbridge – Beaverton – Northern Durham

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Ontario to Provide Free Prescription Drugs for Children and Youth

Province Introduces a Balanced Budget for a Stronger, Healthier Ontario Yesterday, Finance Minister Charles Sousa released the 2017 Ontario Budget: A Stronger, Healthier Ontario, which includes significant investments in health care and education. Ontario’s first balanced budget since the global recession

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Environment Canada Has Issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch

Areas included are: Innisfil – New Tecumseth – Angus Orangeville – Grand Valley – Southern Dufferin County Shelburne – Mansfield – Northern Dufferin County Muskoka Toronto Burlington – Oakville Caledon Halton Hills – Milton Mississauga – Brampton Newmarket – Georgina

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Ontario Budget Will Be Presented Today

Today is budget day in Ontario. Kathleen Wynne and the provincial Liberals will release what they say is the first balanced budget in a decade today. That’s right … balanced. That means they have eliminated Ontario’s massive deficit. The budget

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LCBO Getting Closer To A Strike

There is a strong possibility of a strike at the LCBO. Staff with the Liquor Control Board of Ontario have voted 93 per  cent in favour of a strike as their union continues to bargain for a  new collective agreement.

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Update – Located Safe – Orangeville Police Need Your Help Locating a Missing Female

Update – Latifa Niomi Tyra Singh has been located and is safe. *** Orangeville Police is asking for help from the public to locate a 22-year-old female who was last seen when she left an Orangeville home on April 12,

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Car Lovers Gearing up for Gravenhurst Show

Car enthusiasts from all corners of the province and beyond are gearing up for the 24th annual Gravenhurst Car Show. The largest show of its kind in northern Ontario, the car show typically draws about 500 cars and thousands of

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Court Ruling In Defamation Case .. Employer Was Right

A man who sued his former employer over a bad job reference has lost the $800,000 dollar defamation case after the Ontario court ruled his negative evaluation was accurate. Lawyers for Stokes Economic Consulting say the firm offered to give

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Opioid Use On The Rise At An Alarming Rate

Researchers say opioid-related deaths in Ontario now exceed the number killed in Ontario car crashes each year. The Ontario Drug Policy Research Network says the province’s rate of opioid-related deaths has almost quadrupled over the last 25 years — to

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So Why Is The Price Of Gas So High In Ontario ??

Besides the usual costs associated with gasoline such as taxes, price of crude oil and so on, there are now other factors that are affecting this latest surge on ridiculous prices. First of all there is supply and demand. We have an oversupply

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Another Round of Significant April rain on the way

Special weather statement in effect for City of Toronto Muskoka Burlington – Oakville Caledon Halton Hills – Milton Mississauga – Brampton Orangeville – Grand Valley – Southern Dufferin County Shelburne – Mansfield – Northern Dufferin County Newmarket – Georgina –

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Ontario’s First Cap-And-Trade Auction Was A Success.

The system is aimed at lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Energy institutions have caps on the amount of pollution they can emit and if they exceed those limits, they must buy an equal number credits — or allowances — at auction

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