Ontario Strengthening Education Sector for Students

ONTARIO--Today, Bill 122, The School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, 2014 passed third reading in the Ontario legislature. The legislation will allow the province to move forward...

News from the Park – Gas plant investigation

QUEEN'S PARK--The Liberal Gas plant scandal just won’t go away despite the Liberals best efforts. On Thursday another bombshell announcement came just before question...

Budget provides some good news and some bad, says MP Carol Hughes

OTTAWA—It was a good news-bad news budget presented by federal government Finance Minister Joe Oliver this past Tuesday, says Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP Carol Hughes. Ms. Hughes,...

Paula Peroni Responds To The Liberal 2014 Budget

SUDBURY –Today, the Liberals released their 2014 Budget, a document that includes nearly $6 billion in new spending that will put Ontario deeper into debt...

Final Truth and Reconciliation Commission report released

OTTAWA—Weighing in at six volumes, 4,000 pages and 25-pounds, the final report of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission was presented at a ceremony conducted...

Improving Access to Safe Fertility Treatments

Ontario Sharing Cost of IVF to Help People Who Cannot Conceive Children ONTARIO--Ontario intends to help more people expand their family by increasing access to...

Senate Liberals taking action in support of a national inquiry into missing and murdered...

OTTAWA --The independent Senate Liberal Caucus today released a legal brief arguing for a court challenge which would order the federal government to initiate...

Regional Chief Isadore Day commends jury on solid recommendations regarding inquest into student death

Thunder Bay, ON  --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day welcomes the long-awaited and much-needed recommendations made today regarding the inquest into the deaths of...

Provincial budget follows on heels of the feds

TORONTO—Faced with a stubbornly burgeoning deficit, the Ontario government released a $131.9 billion provincial budget hot on the heels of the nominally balanced federal...

Ignite our Vote encourages First Nations youth to cast ballot on October 19

WIKWEMIKONG—As the arena hall began to fill last Tuesday night for Wikwemikong’s first Ignite our Vote event, Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing NDP incumbent Carol Hughes and Liberal...

Constable Boyd among Manitoulin’s outstanding citizens: Hughes

Ottawa – One of the many reasons Manitoulin Island is such a great place is thanks to the dedication and community service of people...

Helping Aboriginal Families Make Healthy Choices

Ontario Expanding Healthy Active Living Programs for Aboriginal Children and Youth ONTARIO--Ontario is helping more Aboriginal children, youth and their families adopt healthy lifestyles with...
Little Current
clear sky
24.2 ° C
25 °
23.3 °
41 %
5.7kmh
1 %
Wed
22 °
Thu
18 °
Fri
17 °
Sat
20 °
Sun
18 °