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Candidates in Kingston’s Portsmouth district won’t use lawn signs during the 2018 municipal-election campaign. Will politicians elsewhere follow their lead?
The oldest surviving lighthouse on the Canadian side of the St. Lawrence burned down in July — but on the American side, seven are still standing.
A developer wants to transform the property — but a local group is fighting to ensure that the institution’s history is not forgotten.
The pot industry has been a boon to Smiths Falls and to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory — but while legalization is likely to help one community, it could harm the other.
ANALYSIS: The online retailing giant has a reputation for tough working conditions — and there’s evidence the company destroys as many jobs as it creates, writes Adam McDowell.
Empty buses were once a common sight in the city. Now, thanks to a few simple tactics, ridership is booming.
Business owners thought Peterborough needed tidying up. Local people needed jobs. Now they’re working together.
One of Canada’s most respected urbanists says local opposition to tall condo projects is making Kingston’s housing crunch worse — and allowing low-quality designs to flourish.
Many residents see tall condo buildings as a threat to the historic heart of the “Limestone City” — but business leaders and developers favour greater intensification.
ANALYSIS: The premier-designate planted the idea during the election campaign — and several members of the PC caucus have an agricultural background, writes David Rockne Corrigan.
Advocates for the long-promised Peterborough Parkway hope a new government will bring it back to life.
Polling firm Advanced Symbolics says Bay of Quinte is a key riding for the New Democrats — but with just days to go until the election, it looks as if the Tories have the lead.
In March, the government announced a new facility to deal with overcrowding at the ‘hellhole’ Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre — not everyone thinks it should be built.
The New Democrats haven't won a seat in the region since 1990 — but if everything goes right for them, an orange wave could hit parts of eastern Ontario on June 7.
If you want a good idea of who will be Ontario's next premier, look to Peterborough—Kawartha — history shows it's an excellent guide.
The fledgling right-wing group doesn't enforce party discipline. So how will it maintain party unity?
Tyendinaga has been under a boil-water advisory for 10 years — something the chief of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte is calling an instance of “environmental racism."