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A few strange and somewhat troublesome stories have popped up in the Ontario news throughout the past few days.
Ontario has had a busy May, with major elections, a huge fire and, most recently, a catastrophic restaurant explosion.
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.
In April, home sales dropped on a monthly and a yearly basis, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Marijuana will be legalized for recreational use in Canada starting this July.
With 2.7 million Canadians participating in the gig economy, it’s important to understand the changing landscape of insurance policies and usage-based coverage.
New seasons bring new opportunities for expanding crop choices, and this season, farmers are considering these top health food and textile options when planning their fields.
The newest guidelines from the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions include a new mortgage stress test.
Nearly 45 percent of Canadian adults have yet to submit their tax documents to the federal government, according to a newly released poll conducted by H&R Block Canada.