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Ontario Energy Board offers assistance to people behind on heating bills during the bitter cold

Even though the price of natural gas has declined slightly, customers need to use more to stay warm during the bitterly cold end of this winter. Read more...

Winterlude 2015 wraps up on Family Day

The frigid temperatures didn't stop the Ottawa community from enjoying Family Day at Winterlude today. Read more...

211 Day in North America

If you have a non-urgent need for social services, 211 is the number to call. Read more...

International Safer Internet Day: Talk to your kids about online safety

Between mobile phones, laptops, and even video games, kids and teens today spend tons of time online. Read more...

Unions spent big during 2014 Ontario election

Spending by registered third parties hit a record during the 2014 Ontario election campaign, with organized labour leading the way. Read more...

UPDATED: Ontario government website not hacked says spokesperson

Residents trying to conduct business with the province online Friday night may have come across an interesting message on government’s website. Read more...

Ontarians paying billions extra for electricity, auditor general finds

People in Ontario are paying billions of dollars extra for electricity thanks to a flawed smart meter program and the above-market rates the province pays most power generators, Ontario's auditor general reported Tuesday. Read more...

Ontario PCs to choose new leader in May 2015

Ontario Progressive Conservatives are to choose a new leader next May. Read more...

Ontario Liberals deliver throne speech

The Liberals are promising big spending as well as restraint in a throne speech that lays out their agenda for the next decade and beyond. Read more...

Gas plants, corruption, energy prices top issues in Ontario leaders' debate

Liberal corruption and the Conservatives' plan to cut public sector jobs dominated the Ontario leader's election debate tonight. Read more...