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Ontario Energy Board approves natural gas rate changes

TORONTO - The Ontario Energy Board has approved new rates for several natural gas companies and while some customers will see their bills rise, the changes will mean cheaper home heating for others. Read more...

Education minister insists teacher deals are 'net zero' despite extra $300M cost

TORONTO - Ontario's Liberal government insisted Wednesday that despite a $300-million price tag to set up new benefit trusts for teachers, their recent contracts are ``net zero.'' Read more...

Bret “Hitman” Hart warns of brain damage in MMA

OTTAWA – Canadian masters of the wrestling world and the boxing ring are sounding the alarm about head-shots in the MMA octagon. Read more...

Wall to Ontario: None of your business

OTTAWA – Brad Wall is hitting back at Ontario’s Environment Minister as the tussle over carbon taxes heats up. Read more...

DCDLS Group wants to buy the Sens if they win the bid to redevelop LeBreton Flats

The Devcore Canderel DLS group --competing against the Sens backed RendezVous LeBreton group-- confirmed with CTV Monday, that they wants to buy the Senators. Read more...

Minister says Ontario government approved two male-only campuses in Saudi Arabia

Ontario's Liberal government said Monday it had allowed two colleges to create male-only campuses in Saudi Arabia, but added that a gap found in the approval process will be closed. Read more...

Algonquin looking for clarification on Wynne statement about Saudi campus

Algonquin College says it had a positive conversation with Training, Colleges and Universities Minister Reza Moridi today before Premier Kathleen Wynne criticized the school, saying Ontario colleges operating male-only campuses in Saudi Arabia is "unacceptable." Read more...

Ontario projects next year's deficit will be $7.5 billion

Ontario is projecting that its deficit for next year will be $7.5 billion, as the Liberal government maintains it can eliminate the deficit by 2017-18. Read more...

OPP charge Gerald Lougheed in Sudbury byelection scandal

Police have laid criminal charges against a Sudbury, Ont., man in connection with a scandal around a provincial byelection last February. Read more...

Province says no further bargaining dates scheduled with elementary teachers

The province has stepped away from negotiations with the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario after tabling an offer. Read more...