Ottawa has joined the list of Canadian municipalities considering sanctuary city status — but not everyone’s clear on what that means.
OPINION: Ontario swung for the fences on wind power but outraged rural communities in the process. They should’ve taken a gentler approach.
A new private service in Ontario is making virtual doctors’ visits a reality — for those who can afford them.
Monte Kwinter had been a near-constant presence at the Ontario legislature for more than three decades. Then, last fall, he stopped showing up.
Ontario MPPs Jim Bradley, Ted McMeekin, and Mario Sergio reflect on the half-year since they left cabinet.
The dispute between Kathleen Wynne and John Tory over road tolls raises larger questions about the relationship between the province and local governments.
Nuclear generators supply more than half of Ontario’s electricity. We look at how the nuclear industry affects life around Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, as well as in Kincardine and Pickering.
Dog-strangling vine has been spreading through some of Ontario’s rarest habitats. A ravenous Ukrainian moth may be the answer.
Efforts to save the endangered monarch butterfly have intensified in recent years. Now a new project aims to bring awareness to the plight of more obscure species.
Northern Ontario farmers have high hopes thanks to new agricultural techniques, high land prices farther south, and climate change.
Pricey toast, curly kale, and other food trends are easy to mock. They also expand our culinary horizons.
Canners, peelers, dicers, and freezers big and small want to source local fruits and vegetables — but it’s becoming an expensive enterprise.