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Founder of Burlington Post dies at 81
Burlington man killed at motorsports park
Iconic Toronto Christmas Market cancelled due to COVID-19
Guaranteed basic income tops policy priorities for Liberal caucus
OTTAWA -- A guaranteed basic income for all Canadians has emerged as the top policy choice of Liberal MPs, just as the Trudeau government is crafting its plan to help people weather t
'Unconstitutional': New provincial law stifles animal activists
Halton Regional Police are welcoming a new law that will change the way animal rights activists are allowed to protest.
Still no agreement on how returning Parliament will function as pandemic goes on
OTTAWA -- Less than two weeks before Parliament is to resume sitting, no one knows how it is going to function amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Feds, Province teaming up to provide $147-million in funding for child care
The federal government, combined with the government of Ontario are working together to ensure families have access to safe, affordable, and high-quality child care.
Liberals and Conservatives both say they’ll stop using COVID-19 wage subsidy
OTTAWA -- The Liberal and Conservative parties say they'll no longer use the federal government's wage-subsidy program.
Canada mulls global vaccine contribution as Trump turns back on alliance
Canada is still considering a contribution to the international vaccine coalition known as COVAX, which aims to equitably distribute a COVID-19 vaccine to poorer countries that can't afford one.
Doug Ford visiting Burlington to highlight efforts of local businesses during pandemic
Doug Ford will be in Southern Ontario today (September 3) to highlight how businesses have been providing for Ontarians during the pandemic.
Canadians don’t know much about Erin O’Toole but poll finds openness to him
OTTAWA -- Most Canadians know very little about new Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole but a new poll suggests his personal qualities and policy positions could eventually give his party a b
Ontario school boards urged to spend air quality funding by Thanksgiving
TORONTO -- The Ontario government is asking the province's school boards to try to spend $50 million to upgrade air quality in schools by Thanksgiving.
Federal deficit through June hits $120 billion, Finance Department says
OTTAWA -- The federal government ran a deficit of $120.4 billion during the first three months of its 2020-2021 fiscal year as the treasury pumped out aid to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 pande
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