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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."
OPINION: Cannabis retailing is uncharted territory, and Adam McDowell asks: Won’t someone please think (rigorously and empirically) of the children?
One street has traditionally separated the haves and the have-nots in Kingston, Ontario. That is starting to change and not everyone is happy about it.
Canada's first prime minister no longer unites his hometown — he divides it.
A proposed 350-bed facility for Vanier raises questions about whether it conforms to the latest research about combatting homelessness.
National support network for prisoners’ families celebrates 25th anniversary this month.
Demand for city-operated golf courses is declining and some municipalities are wondering if that land should be used for something else.
A highway expansion proposal is getting traction, but would take years to complete and cost billions of dollars.