Warrant issued for Surrey, B.C. men on Ontario sex trafficking charges

Officials in Ontario have announced sex trafficking charges and a Canada-wide warrant for the arrest of a pair of Surrey, B.C., men. Elkan Vyizigiro

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Ontario elementary teachers’ union ramp up work-to-rule campaign

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Ontario court to hear challenge to a prison needle ban this week

A constitutional challenge to the federal government’s refusal to provide clean needles in prisons is set to be heard by an Ontario court this

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2nd strike planned for some Ontario public high school teachers on Wednesday, union says

Some Ontario public high school teachers are set to hold a second one-day strike Wednesday as tensions continue to rise between the teachers’ union

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Ontario, Saskatchewan, N.B. premiers to announce nuclear reactor deal

ARC Nuclear Canada that its president will attend a signing ceremony Sunday between the provinces of New Brunswick, Ontario and Saskatchewan to work in

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Government memo says Ontario Legislature will sit for rare weekend session

A memo obtained by Global News and sent to Ontario MPP’s reveals the Legislature will sit for a rare weekend session this Saturday. The

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Ontario elementary teachers’ union say bargaining talks with province have stalled

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Ontario man pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit murder in relation to Red Scorpions slaying

An Ontario man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the shooting death of a high-ranking member of the Red Scorpions

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Disability advocates say Ontario government needs to step up funding for therapy

It was earlier this year when parents of autistic children across Ontario won a major battle against the province, convincing the Ford government to

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Ontario Human Rights Commission to announce policy to tackle racism in law enforcement

VAUGHAN, Ont. – Ontario’s Human Rights Commission plans to unveil a new policy to tackle racial profiling in law enforcement. The commission says it

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