Most Ontarians pessimistic Ford government can fix health care, lower cost of living, poll shows
At least two-thirds of people in Ontario are pessimistic four more years of Ford will improve health care, cost of living following record low voter turnout.
Lisa MacLeod steps aside from duties to deal with health concerns as Doug Ford picks a new cabinet
Lisa MacLeod steps aside to deal with health concerns as Doug Ford’s new cabinet is sworn in.
Apathy, fatigue and inequality just some of the reasons for record low voter turnout in Ontario’s election
Many factors contributed to the lowest voter turnout in Ontario election history on June 2.
‘What matters most is the people.’ Housing and cost of living front of mind for Ottawa-Vanier voters as they elect a Liberal — again
Ottawa-Vanier returns Liberal Lucille Collard. She is one of eight Liberal MPPs elected Thursday night.
Ontario votes: Ford wins strong second majority government; NDP’s Horwath and Liberal Del Duca stepping down as leaders
Ontarians are voting to decide who will form the next government in Canada’s biggest province.Polls indicate that Doug Ford and the PCs are headed to another win.
Ontario votes: Ottawa South looks to be leaning Liberal again
Capital Current takes a look at the race in Ottawa South talking to NDP hopeful Morgan Gay and New Blue’s Martin Ince.
Tight race expected in Ottawa-Centre as Ontario voters head to the polls
Ottawa Centre is shaping up as another battle between Liberals and the NDP as Ontario voters go to the polls today.
Paving paradise? Ontario’s Bradford Bypass a dead end, critics say, while premier says it will ease traffic
The controversial Bradford Bypass has environmentalists up in arms over damage to wetlands and the Ford government touting an end to traffic congestion. Capital Current examines the arguments.
Ontario nursing shortage could worsen as many young nurses now say they want out: survey
A survey shows that many young nurses in Ontario are fed up with their profession and intend to leave, something that would dramatically impact an existing shortage of qualified care-givers.
Criminal justice advocates question Ontario’s decision to shut down prison oversight boards
Critics say the Ontario government hasn’t adequately why they eliminated Community Advisory Boards that oversee provincial jails were shut down in June.