Toronto stock market lower, while U.S. stocks also down; Loonie down

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was in the red in late-morning trading, weighed down by losses in energy and financial stocks, while the...

Most Canadian households will get more than they pay from carbon tax: PBO

OTTAWA — The parliamentary budget office says most Canadian households will receive more money back from the federal government's carbon-tax scheme than it will...

Sault MPP Ross Romano part of committee launching investigation into former Wynne government.

The Progressive Conservatives are "interested in getting to the bottom of this and getting to the truth." Sault Ste Marie MPP Ross Romano told...
federal budget

Prioritize Ontario’s Economy in the Federal Budget

Infrastructure investment will support economic growth, the small business tax cut requires clarity, and the fiscal gap must be closed. Today, the Sault Ste. Marie...

Liberals say Tories dishonest for not telling Canadians about carbon tax rebates

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals say booklets Conservative MPs are distributing in their ridings laying out a long list of tax credits Canadians should...

OSC seeking changes to rules for deferred sales charges on mutual funds

TORONTO — The Ontario Securities Commission is proposing to restrict the use of deferred sales charges in the sale of mutual funds as every other...
retirement

CPP reform facing roadblocks from provinces

OTTAWA - Federal sources say Canada's most populous province has become Ottawa's main challenge in work to gain the required provincial support to expand...

Council folds on Welcome Sign

City council tonight unanimously agreed to not go forward with the over- $250,000 welcome sign. From the city council agenda: "Cancelling the project would be the...
video

Yep – You heard right. Catch the Ace still in Play.

The line-up of people started early again this afternoon as folks pulled out their favourite lawn chair and waited along the sidewalk on Second...
electricity

Ontario Passes Legislation to Lower Electricity Bills by 25 Per Cent

Ontario passed legislation today that will lower electricity bills by 25 per cent on average for all residential customers to provide significant rate relief...

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