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UAE rift imperils Mideast trade prospects, McGuinty warns PM

Ontario Premier tells Harper to resolve diplomatic

Ontario poised to bring real-estate agency in house

Ontario Realty Corp. to merge with Infrastructure Ontario: government

McGuinty Liberals to eliminate Ontario Realty Corp. in austerity-minded merger

Arm’s-length real-estate agency to become part of Infrastructure Ontario, government sources

McGuinty Liberals lose another MPP

Former culture minister Aileen Carroll becomes ninth to bow out of upcoming

Smitherman to fill in as radio host for John Tory

Former provincial cabinet minister and Toronto mayoral candidate to fill in for former opponent from Ontario

Ontario speaker loses fight to protect Queen’s Park vista

Court rules to allow construction of two condo towers that would intrude on view of historic

Ontario speaker loses fight to protect Queen’s Park vista

Court rules to allow construction of two condo towers that would intrude on view of historic

Ontario Liberal David Ramsay to retire from politics

Former cabinet minister and MPP for Timiskaming-Cochrane announces he won’t run for

Government supervisor takes charge at error-prone Windsor hospital

Newly appointed chief Ken Deane will report to Ontario Health Minister Deb

Ontario moves to avert power struggle with religious group over Windsor hospital

All-powerful supervisor named, after Roman Catholic group that runs troubled facility dismissed long-time

Ontario to axe agencies, ban public-sector perks

To rein in deficit, more than a dozen provincial entities will be eliminated: Dwight

Ontario to axe 12 agencies, ban perks

Duncan says austerity measures necessary to help province erase its record $18.7-billion

Government should have been transparent about G20 law, McGuinty concedes

Ontario Premier admits decision to expand police powers was made in

Opposition has field day after McGuinty admits security law kept Ontarians in the dark

Premier says giving police special powers during G20 summit was a decision made in

Ontario Auditor-General blasts agency for lax property-tax assessments

MPAC doesn’t make enough physical inspections, has loose spending policies: Jim

Ontario A-G slams property-tax agency for skewed assessments

Auditor-General also highlights lax spending on game consoles, golf clubs and

Ontario fears national securities regulator plan is ‘falling apart’

Provincial Finance Minister Dwight Duncan says federal government ‘losing control’ over proposal to create single

Premiers push back against national securities regulator

Stelmach to pitch plan to Wall of a Western Canadian

Hydro bills to double by 2030 as Ontario invests in greener power

20-year plan to cost

Ontario hydro bills to double by 2030 as province invests in green power

20-year plan to cost

Ontario underestimating hydro bill increase, critics say

Government accused of being off base in cost projections for

Land-registry windfall buoys Ontario’s bottom line

Despite rosy numbers, Dwight Duncan predicts slowing growth in coming

Rebound in corporate tax revenue reduces Ontario deficit

Provincial finance minister says deficit will be $18.7-billion for 2010-11, 5 per cent lower than

Ontario puts up $15-million to create cutting-edge brain institute

McGuinty government says focus is on getting research to

Raise for hospital workers puts squeeze on cash for care

Arbitrator’s ruling awarding pay hike to hospital workers leaves McGuinty government wage-freeze plan in

Raise for Ontario hospital workers puts squeeze on cash for care

Arbitrator’s ruling awarding pay hike to hospital workers leaves McGuinty government wage-freeze plan in

Ontario minister accuses mayor-elect Rob Ford of bigotry

Ontario Premier plays down any negative effects to Liberals from municipal

Ontario minister apologizes for tweet accusing Rob Ford, Stephen Harper of bigotry

Ontario Premier plays down any negative effects to Liberals from municipal

Consultants cashed in at Ontario hospitals, report says

Money spent freely on travel, entertainment, Auditor-General says, adding findings reminiscent of eHealth

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