Ontario's economy saw an increase in job creation in November as the government continues to focus on improving the province's investment climate, att ...
Ontario is introducing new rules that will make it easier for students to pay their tuition and help ensure post-secondary education continues to be a ...
As the Philippines recovers from the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan, Premier Kathleen Wynne released the following statement announcing Ontario's suppo ...
Ontario is moving forward to protect wireless and cell phone customers with today's passage of the Wireless Services Agreements Act.
The Ontario government is taking strong action to close a loophole in the rules governing MPP housing allowances by clarifying who is eligible for compensation.
Ontario is strengthening protection for animals through regular inspections of zoos and aquariums, by boosting enforcement of animal welfare laws, cracking down on puppy and kitten mills, and enhancing standards of care for marine mammals.
A rainy day didn't dampen the spirits of children and families gathered to celebrate Halloween Saturday. Ontario's Premier Kathleen Wynne showed up to join in the fun
Ontario is moving forward to protect young people against skin cancer with the passage of the Skin Cancer Prevention Act.
Ontario is launching a new mental health help line for college and university students as part of its Mental Health and Addictions Strategy.
Product samples contained bacteria, says Dr. Arlene King. Bottles have been found for sale in Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara
Ontario offers three ways to renew driver’s licences: Online, in person or by mail
Dignitaries issue commendation honouring bridge's 50 years of service
The review of this 2008 legislation comes in response to a number of changes in the rapidly evolving payday loan industry, including the emergence of online transactions, smartphone-enabled loan approvals and new forms of high-cost, short-t ...
Deb Matthews, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, and John Milloy, Government House Leader, issued the following statement on the government's motion to fast-track Bill 30, the Skin Cancer Prevention Act.
Charles Sousa, provincial minister of finance, on Tuesday confirmed Ontario, along with the federal government, will sell its interest in 10 million shares of General Motors.