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'A very momentous day': MPP makes history with Oji-Cree speech in Ontario legislature
'A very momentous day': MPP makes history with Oji-Cree speech in Ontario legislature
Premier Doug Ford said he's 'proud of the NDP MPP Sol Mamakwa, as did several others who marked the occasion at Queen's Park on Tuesday
Politics
Ontario mothers who lost kids to toxic drugs call on province to fund supervised consumption
Ontario mothers who lost kids to toxic drugs call on province to fund supervised consumption
A report that will outline new rules for supervised consumption sites will be released 'shortly,' the health minister told The Trillium
Health
Province, feds reach deal on $357-million housing agreement after months-long feud
Province, feds reach deal on $357-million housing agreement after months-long feud
Federal Housing Minister Sean Fraser previously said he would bypass the province and work directly with housing providers
Housing Trillium Insiders
Court dismisses MPP Sarah Jama's bid to overturn her censure
Court dismisses MPP Sarah Jama's bid to overturn her censure
Parliamentary privilege 'is key to maintaining the separation of powers between the legislature and the courts,' the justices wrote.
Justice Trillium Insiders
Trillium Today: Beer — now there’s a temporary solution
Trillium Today: Beer — now there’s a temporary solution
Your Ontario politics agenda for Tuesday, May 28
Trillium Today Trillium Insiders
'Billion-dollar' boozedoggle? How much speeding up alcohol sales in corner stores may cost
'Billion-dollar' boozedoggle? How much speeding up alcohol sales in corner stores may cost
The Ford government says the true cost won't be known until people are buying more drinks from grocery and convenience stores instead of the LCBO, but one of the opposition parties hazarded a guess
Social Services and Society
Ford government introducing 10-day cooling off period for new home purchases
Ford government introducing 10-day cooling off period for new home purchases
The measure is part of a new bill that includes other protections for homebuyers, like formally banning Notices of Security Interest
Housing Trillium Insiders
Ford government appoints 'skilled trades special advisor'
Ford government appoints 'skilled trades special advisor'
Dave Cassidy, a recently auto workers union president, will be paid up to $468,000 over two years to give Ontario's labour minister advice about filling key gaps in the workforce
Education and Training Trillium Insiders
Ontario looks to add private clinic, non-hospital pharmacy patient data to centralized record
Ontario looks to add private clinic, non-hospital pharmacy patient data to centralized record
Former OMA president says it's a very small step in the right direction
Health Trillium Insiders
Trillium Today: but their emails
Trillium Today: but their emails
Your Ontario politics agenda for Monday, May 27
Trillium Today Trillium Insiders
Transparency watchdog to publish 'special report' on Greenbelt records issues
Transparency watchdog to publish 'special report' on Greenbelt records issues
Two other provincial oversight offices and various news outlets have reported on issues or discrepancies in the Ford government's Greenbelt record-keeping
Politics Trillium Insiders
TRILLIUM TALK: Why the Ford government is fighting unions at the Supreme Court
TRILLIUM TALK: Why the Ford government is fighting unions at the Supreme Court
Every Sunday morning, one of our legislative reporters from The Trillium provides an inside look at the week that was in Ontario politics — and the week ahead
Trillium Talk
PCs look to wrap up spring agenda as summer break looms
PCs look to wrap up spring agenda as summer break looms
Just three weeks left before MPPs are off for the summer
Legislation Tracker Trillium Insiders
Law firm in basic income pilot project class action hires lobbyists
Law firm in basic income pilot project class action hires lobbyists
A weekly roundup of lobbying registrations in Ontario
Lobbyists Trillium Insiders
Doug Ford leaves door open on possibility of an early election
Doug Ford leaves door open on possibility of an early election
Asked multiple times on Friday about calling an early election, the premier didn't reject the possibility
Politics Trillium Insiders
Wine, beer, ready-to-drink booze coming sooner to more Ontario stores
Wine, beer, ready-to-drink booze coming sooner to more Ontario stores
Grocery and convenience stores will be able to heavily discount — or hike — the price of alcoholic drinks under new rules coming sooner than expected
Social Services and Society
Trillium Today: near beer
Trillium Today: near beer
Your Ontario politics agenda for Friday, May 24
Trillium Today Trillium Insiders
Advocates decry Ontario's continued use of undertrained aides in LTC homes
Advocates decry Ontario's continued use of undertrained aides in LTC homes
However, the Ontario Long Term Care Association supports the plan and says these aides have been 'an invaluable support'
Health Trillium Insiders

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