Steve Paikin's Blog
He might have been forgotten by most Ontarians, but residents of Manitoulin Island remember George Stewart Henry well.
Following the cancellation of the basic-income pilot and provincial interference in municipal governance, some democratic conservatives and red Tories have started speaking out.
Doug Ford’s government has tried to change the way news conferences are run — but reporters have been resisting in the name of democracy.
Doug Ford isn’t the first premier to try restructuring government in Toronto — and previous attempts have almost always ended badly.
Doug Ford, John Tory, and Bill Blair have to let bygones be bygones if they want to address gun violence in the city.
The former premier suffered a humiliating election defeat. That hasn’t stopped some Ontarians from piling on.
Greg Sorbara is a reminder that in politics, sometimes it really doesn’t matter who you know.
The new health czar’s salary has been raising eyebrows — but the real question is what powers Rueben Devlin will have.
For Tim Hudak, John Tory, and Patrick Brown, last Friday’s swearing-in ceremony must’ve been a bittersweet affair.
The Trump administration has made up my mind: I’m not going to spend my money in a country whose president views Canada as a national-security threat.
In a season of advice-giving, the president of Centennial College’s convocation address stood out.
There was much hooting and hollering as Premier-designate Doug Ford presided over the Progressive Conservatives’ festive first caucus assembly.
Hugs, regrets, and historic moments abounded this morning as the incoming class of New Democrat MPPs gathered in Toronto.
In the wake of last week’s devastating election result, the former governing party will need to find a leader who’s got the right stuff.
In the wake of last week’s electoral shellacking, many within the party are saying the Grits strayed too far to the left.
The province’s 42nd grand consultation with the people ended in a Tory majority. Here’s what you need to know about last night’s results.
It’s been one unprecedented event after another in provincial politics. With June 7 looming, what else is in store?
Ontario hasn’t seen a debate like this in 28 years. The possibilities are endless — and fascinating.