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Orazietti gets new cabinet post

SaultOnline.com has learned that Sault MPP David Orazietti will move from Minister of Government and Consumer Services to  Minister of Community Safety and Correctional...

Detained ex-Canadian diplomat Kovrig gets second consular visit in China

OTTAWA — Former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig received a consular visit Thursday for the second time since his arrest in China last month for allegedly endangering Chinese...

Ontario’s Privacy Commissioner Seeks Oversight Of Political Parties

TORONTO — Ontario's privacy commissioner is seeking legislative changes that would give his office oversight of political parties. Brian Beamish said Thursday that recent events...

Opposition parties tying up work of Parliament with obstruction tactics

OTTAWA — Anyone watching the televised proceedings in the House of Commons one night earlier this month might have thought they'd mistakenly tuned in to a...

Yazidi refugee woman urges government for help navigating new world

OTTAWA — A Yazidi refugee woman who was among the 1,200 Yazidis the Liberal government vowed to resettle in Canada says the women who have...

Scheer opposes Canada signing UN compact on migrants, Liberals cry foul

OTTAWA — As Canada prepares to sign on to a United Nations agreement on migration, Conservative politicians are pushing back, saying signing it would be tantamount to...

Energy stocks weigh on stock market after appeal court Trans Mountain ruling

TORONTO — Energy stocks weighed on Canada's main stock index in the wake of a Federal Court of Appeal decision to quash the approval...

Ontario replacing the province’s Public Safety Radio Network

Ontario government is replacing the province's Public Safety Radio Network, which frontline and emergency responders rely on during emergencies. The network covers 750,000 square...

How Will You Vote?

Election Day in Ontario is tomorrow and as the saying goes, the only poll that matters is on election day, but we're close enough. SaultOnline...

Feds agree to look at easing jury secrecy provision as part of justice review

OTTAWA — The federal justice minister says she will look at possible changes to a law forbidding jurors from talking about closed-door deliberations — a secrecy provision that prevents stressed-out former jury members...

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