To borrow a pre-digital aphorism, maps are drawn in pencil, not in ink. The borders of several Ontario municipalities have been drawn and redrawn, in a tug of war between local councils’ efforts to increase housing density while protecting agricultural land, and a premier who favours sprawl. Read More
Monkeypox has an apocalyptic ring to it. It feels like the world is looking at the virus with a leery side-eye, deciding whether to panic.
Workplace insurance costs will not rise for businesses in 2023 because the Ontario government agency that runs the program is freezing its premiums, president Jeffery Lang said. The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board will announce Thursday its premium rates will remain the same. The rates were reduced in 2021. Businesses emerging from the pandemic have […]
Ontario is lifting mask mandates in most settings March 21 and ending all remaining public health orders a month later, moves some experts worry are coming too quickly.
Have your say: Following 14 months of public engagement, Natural Resources Canada on Feb. 1 released its draft of a “modernized” federal policy framework on radioactive waste. Now NRCan is seeking written feedback on the draft Policy for Radioactive Waste Management and Decommissioning – and you can have your say, through April 2, 2022. At OPG, good stewardship of the […]
Ontario’s top doctor has enough on his plate, it seems, before adding a helping of a variant we know so little about.
Rookie League baseball’s 29th season in London hit to Labatt Park on Wednesday, with the all-stars from each team playing on the historic field and their teammates working on drills in the outfield, too.