The Next Ontario
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ANALYSIS: The finance minister has revealed his government’s first formal fiscal document — and it leaves lots of important questions unanswered, writes John Michael McGrath.
ANALYSIS: The premier’s claim that his government has knocked almost five cents off the per-litre price of gas is credible, writes David Rockne Corrigan — but where the next five cents will come from is anyone’s guess.
Premier Doug Ford’s staff intervened to dismiss a new vice-president at Ontario Power Generation, Alykhan Velshi.
Some Ontarians with developmental disabilities wait decades for residential placements, so families are calling for change — and taking the province to court.
Older residents are being squeezed out of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods — and many find themselves with nowhere to go.
ANALYSIS: Battles over the Constitution have died down since the ’90s — but the fight over the federal government’s carbon tax could bring them back to the fore, writes John Michael McGrath.
OPINION: The new provincial government is dealing with internal scandals as it slumps in the polls. How it responds could change the course of the next four years, writes John Michael McGrath.
Americans head to the polls on November 6 — and how they cast their ballots will have ramifications for this province’s economy, culture, and environment.
In Ontario, the province funds operating costs but not equipment. So when Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital came up against a funding shortage, they started asking neighbouring towns for help.
University of Guelph researchers are harnessing the power of hexanal to fight food waste across the globe.
ANALYSIS: Forget cans and bottles — the next big thing in recycling may be concrete and asphalt, writes John Michael McGrath.
Canada may suspend armoured-vehicle exports to Saudi Arabia. That has some in London — where those vehicles are assembled — again wondering how to balance economics and human rights.
OPINION: The city’s new 25-ward council has to figure out how to run things now that Queen’s Park has punched a hole in their government. John Michael McGrath considers the options.
There are dozens of boil-water advisories on reserves across the country. Can one research team’s innovative approach help fix that?
Astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell co-discovered some of the most remarkable objects in the universe. She discusses her storied career — and the significance of pulsars to science.