Adam McDowell is a digital media producer at TVO.
Liberals and NDP call for OPP investigation into Tory nomination contests after newspaper report alleges ballot-stuffing by influential party members.
Allegations of 407 toll highway data theft have prompted a police investigation, and the NDP is calling for Ontario's chief electoral officer to look into the matter as well.
OPINION: Cannabis retailing is uncharted territory, and Adam McDowell asks: Won’t someone please think (rigorously and empirically) of the children?
Tory leader Doug Ford promises to fire Hydro One’s $6 million man, while some of Ontario’s proposed marijuana stores have local communities fuming.
A former top Liberal staffer is going to jail, and Kathleen Wynne challenges PC leader Doug Ford to three televised debates.
A new poll shows the Liberals in third place for the first time, while a would-be NDP candidate is disqualified over cheeky social-media posts.
Progressive Conservative MPP Michael Harris has been ejected from his party’s caucus over sexts he sent to an intern, and Tanya Granic Allen faces criticism over offensive tweets.
Doug Ford gets booed at a Somali community event, and the number of Liberal MPPs not seeking re-election reaches 11.
New technology has revealed clues to the artist’s process in 'La Miséreuse accroupie.'
ANALYSIS: The Toronto-based airline’s new operations in the north suggest it may have larger plans in mind for the region.
Patrick Brown is out of the Tory leadership race, while Eric Hoskins is out as health minister and rumoured to be moving to Ottawa.
The Tory leadership contest continues to generate headlines, and a former Liberal staffer faces jail time over the gas-plant scandal.
New research suggests the attitudes that made Brexit and Donald Trump happen are present in Ontario’s traditional manufacturing cities — especially Windsor.
Staking a mineral-rights claim will soon be as easy as clicking a mouse — but the new process may end up being hard on small-scale operations.
OPINION: We don’t pay user fees for public schools, public parks, or public libraries, writes Adam McDowell. Why should public museums be any different?
A brewery opens somewhere in the province every few days. In places like Thunder Bay, it’s because drinkers are thirsty for beer brewed in their own backyards.
OPINION: It’s easy enough to find liquor from North America and Europe at the LCBO — but what about from the countless other places that make up Ontario’s cultural mosaic?
OPINION: If Queen’s Park really wants independent distillers to thrive, then a small tax subsidy just isn’t going to cut it.