The province is on the defense after opposition accusations that it’s hiding information regarding the Nipigon River Bridge’s January failure.
Full Report Out in Fall on Nipigon Bridge
Opposition parties accuse government of “stonewalling” release of reports on Nipigon River bridge fiasco
TORONTO — Ontario’s opposition parties are demanding the release of expert reports into the $106 million Nipigon River Bridge, which failed last January less than two months after it opened.
Ministry of Transportation says third-party analysis will be completed by fall. Harris wants them sooner
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A Kitchener man faces six charges under the province’s Environmental Protection Act for illegally dumping barrels of waste in a sugar bush property last year.
Ronald Soha with numbered company — 2229812 Ontario Inc, formerly known as Madison Steel — was charged last month and will appear in a Kitchener courtroom in September.
There are 11 hospitals in Ontario that perform cardiac surgeries. Ten of them have electrophysiology suites in their cardiac care […]
A Kitchener MPP says his private member’s bill to allow service dogs in all public places likely won’t pass until the fall. […]