Category Archives: Ontario

Ont. police free 43 from ‘modern day slavery’

The Ontario Provincial Police announced Monday that an investigation revealed 43 people were brought to Canada with the promise of work visas and permanent residency status. The majority male victims paid large sums of money to leave their home countries, police said, but were often left with less than $50 a month to live in “squalid conditions” in Barrie and Wasaga Beach, Ont.

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Ontario Income Report Shows Damage Done By Manufacturing’s Collapse During Era Of Wynne/McGuinty Liberal Party Economic Destruction

MONTREAL — In the wake of General Motors Canada’s announcement late last year that it’s shutting down its iconic Oshawa assembly plant, a new report from the provincial finances watchdog highlights the damage done to Ontario’s households by the decline of manufacturing.

The report on income trends, from the provincial Financial Accountability Office (FAO), found that Ontario has had far and away the worst wage growth of any province in recent decades.

After-tax incomes in Ontario grew an average of just 0.5 per cent between 2000 and 2016, compared to an average of 1 to 2 per cent for all other provinces. (Link fixed)

15 years of Liberal “governance” would kill any economy, ruinous energy policy, green-scam taxation, the list goes on and on.

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Elizabeth Wettlaufer confessed to attacking a 15th patient. The public was never told

At least three Ontario police services were aware that serial killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer confessed to attacking a fifteenth elderly patient, yet the crime was withheld from the public and was never disclosed during a multi-million-dollar public inquiry looking into Wettlaufer’s crimes and why they went undetected for so long.

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Canadians are right to ask questions about terror plots

In recent weeks, residents of Kingston, Ont., asked questions about a plane flying low over their community.

Chatter became so widespread it generated news stories. “Why do they hear the plane on the weekends and at 3 a.m.? Whose plane is it, they ask, and what in the world is the pilot up to?” one Postmedia news story asked.

They now have their answer. The RCMP was conducting surveillance following a tip from the FBI about a possible terror plot.

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Former Liberal candidate accuses Trudeau and Liberal Party of rigging nomination contest in Milton, Ont.

A former Liberal candidate who came within a five percentage point-margin of unseating Conservative Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt in the 2015 election is accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of manipulating a nomination contest to make way for their preferred candidate, Olympic gold medalist Adam van Koeverden, for the 2019 election.

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LILLEY: For Trudeau, it’s all about electoral politics

It’s an interesting contrast, how Justin Trudeau deals with Quebec’s premier compared to Ontario’s and it tells you a lot about the coming election.

When it comes to the Trudeau government’s relationship with Ontario Premier Doug Ford it is attack, attack, attack. Trudeau even had one of his ministers label one of Ford’s ministers “unCanadian”.

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McGuinty chief of staff served just one-quarter of four-month jail sentence behind bars

A former chief of staff to ex-premier Dalton McGuinty spent only a quarter of his four-month jail sentence behind bars for wiping computer hard drives in the wake of a previous Liberal government’s gas-plants scandal.

David Livingston voluntarily surrendered at the Toronto South Detention Centre on July 29 and was released 35 days later after being granted a temporary absence permit by the Ontario Parole Board, according to a statement from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services on Friday.

Never trust a man with a neck-hair ponytail.

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Ford government to recall legislature after Power Workers’ Union announces strike action

The Ontario government will recall the legislature on Monday after workers at Ontario’s power union filed a notice to strike on Friday. The government says it will meet to pass back-to-work legislation to keep power workers on the job and prevent widespread outages.

Friday evening, the Power Workers’ Union (PWU) filed a notice to strike to the Ontario Power Generation (OPG), after rejecting its final contract offer. The notice gives 21 days until services are withdrawn.

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