Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown says Ontario’s cap-and-trade system is hurting the province’s greenhouse industry.
Shawn Jeffords, Toronto Sun
A long-time Liberal MPP and former cabinet minister is apologizing for insulting comments he directed at some doctors.
Some Ontario drivers will have to pay to replace defective licence plates that peel and bubble because of a manufacturing problem.
Canada Post’s authority to place its controversial community mailboxes free of regulation by the City of Hamilton was upheld by a court ruling Thursday afternoon.
Toronto Police say a boy who claimed to be wounded in a drive-by shooting Sunday in fact had accidentally shot himself.
Ontario’s 76,000 elementary public school teachers will take work-to-rule job action Monday as they protest stalled contract talks.
The arguments in the fierce debate over Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum could easily be lifted from headlines in newspapers from the 1960s — when lessons about sex were first introduced in classrooms, an education historian says.
Thousands of parents across the GTA pulled their children out of school to protest the new provincial sex education curriculum.
Tory transport critic Michael Harris says the Liberal government needs to apologize for its lax oversight of winter road clearing and change the standards.
Crossed wires at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) resulted in an apology Tuesday from the taxman and an extension of the deadline for Canadians to file their 2014 returns.
Toronto Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed a bus crash into a North York bridge Monday morning to come forward.
Energy analyst Tom Adams says Ontario’s messy hydro situation isn’t going to get better any time soon.
Postmedia president and CEO Paul Godfrey says the Sun brand will remain a strong part of Canada’s newest — and now largest — media company.
Ontarians have overpaid by at least $3-billion for car insurance since 2001, according to a study released Friday.
A 43-year-old man has been accused of abducting a prostitute at gunpoint and keeping her captive in his Leslieville home for five days.
A man accused of plotting a terror attack on the U.S. Consulate in Toronto will remain in custody as the government pursues a case that could see him deported to Pakistan.
The federal government is creating a new benefit to help seriously injured veterans who now face an income cut when they reach retirement age.
A video has emerged allegedly showing a vandal lying bloodied on the ground moments after he spray painted a Kensington Market storefront.
Elijah Marsh was Toronto’s lost son Saturday.
A makeshift memorial continued to grow in tribute to Elijah Marsh, as friends, neighbours and complete strangers from across the GTA arrived to pay tribute to the three-year-old boy who died in the extreme cold Thursday.