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Premier Wynne provides more details about what the province will do to help Torontonians who lost food after the ice storm.
Premier says Toronto must be able to run itself, but might give council greater decision-making powers to cope with the mayor.
"We are sending the world a message that our differences don’t divide us, they unite us...No matter what symbols you wear or where you live, no matter what your gender, orientation or ability, there is only one Ontario."
"We’re the only level of government that’s putting money on the table. So we need to get moving."
On August 1, the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore will gain a new Member of Provincial Parliament, and Toronto will probably lose a councillor.
At least one sitting city councillor will be among the candidates.
For the first time ever, Ontario's premier will march in the Toronto Pride parade.
An Onion-style parody site takes aim at news and politics in York Region.
"We’ve worked hard to deliver results. It’s not everything we wanted. It’s not everything people have told us they need. But we’re proud to deliver results that will make people’s lives better and government more accountable."
Mayor cancels special meeting on a potential casino, saying the province is "wasting our time."
Proposal calls for high occupancy toll lanes.
This year's Khalsa Day celebrations drew a crowd that included vote-seeking politicians and young Sikhs trying to change the menu.
Our one-on-one conversation with the premier.
The full transcript of our interview with the premier on the state and future of transit in Toronto.
Ontario Liberals reiterate commitment to transit funding, call for better local consultation.
Premier-designate Wynne ahead of rivals Tim Hudak and Andrea Horwath.
Ontario's new incoming premier addresses chronic underfunding of transit in Toronto.
A study in contrasts.