Ontario has had a busy May, with major elections, a huge fire and, most recently, a catastrophic restaurant explosion suspected to be the work of terrorists.
Diet season is under way, as many Ontarians are working to shed the winter weight and get ready for those beach days and summer vacations.
One of the hottest residential real estate markets in Canada cooled off considerably in April, recently released data from the Building and Land Development Association showed.
Spring has sprung in Ontario, and it appears as though the province is in for a hot season right from the start, especially in the southern regions.
The government of Canada is rolling out new training curriculum for police officers to learn and implement in their detection of drugged drivers.
The Ontario government recently passed legislation that it believes will greatly benefit individuals who work in the public sector.
On average, Canadians who own rental property pull in approximately $2,200 each month, a new study from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce found.
As the summer driving season kicks off, safety officials are urging Canadians to exercise caution in their travels.
In a bid to push the rate to even healthier territory, the Ontario government is investing in one of the country's - and the province's - largest industries: manufacturing.
In April, home sales dropped on a monthly and a yearly basis, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.