Sports News – November 13
Liam Harrington of Skedline brings you the top sports stories for November 13. Read more
Ontario throne speech full of promises and care
Premier Kathleen Wynne has promised a “commitment to care” that was detailed in today’s throne speech. The speech, delivered by Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, covered three essential topics while mentioning other issues the Wynne government feels Ontarians will be concerned about as they head to the polls June 7.... Read more
PC leadership-race voting chaos
After debates over extensions, and heated arguments over things like gender equality and pay, there’s no doubt that the PC leadership race has been a rocky road. Voting is closed for PC leadership today (Friday, March 9), but many were saying they were unable to vote, or that voting... Read more
Brampton fire takes three lives
Pearson gears up for record March break numbers
With March Break quickly approaching there is no doubt that Canada’s biggest airport be the extremely busy. Pearson International airport predicted that 115,000 passengers were in the airport on Thursday. An estimated 5,000 more passengers are expected to come through the airport looking to get away from the city... Read more
Trudeau announces new youth employment initiative
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a doubling of the Canada Summer Jobs program, which promises to raise youth employment across the country. “We know that summer jobs are critical for young people,” says Trudeau. The federal government’s investment will create more than 34,000 summer jobs for students this year.... Read more
Some Ontarians divided over new sex-ed curriculum
A week after Premier Kathleen Wynne unveiled an updated sex-ed curriculum that would be hitting Ontario schools next fall, the recent changes are still a hot button issue for some voters. On March 1st, Forum Research released the results of a poll that showed that one half of respondents... Read more
Short term rental prices to soar during Pan Am Games
City of Toronto residents looking to lease their homes this summer can expect to pull in some major cash this July, thanks to the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. The Pan Am games are scheduled to run from July 10 to July 26 with the prices for short-term rental... Read more