Mole, Rowe and “Valley City Smitty” lead Dundas to national title.
Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak says public sector unions are fighting to keep the Liberals and NDP in place to preserve the status quo rather than revive the provincial economy and get people working again.
Top offences and goalies to battle for Canadian hockey championship today at 3 p.m..
Under a Progressive Conservative government Hamilton’s light-rail transit system would be scrapped and instead the Tories would build the Mid-Peninsula Highway from Fort Erie to at least Highway 6, said leader Tim Hudak.
Dozens of people set out from St. Michael’s Anglican Church on Fennell Avenue East after Good Friday mass for a traditional cross walk across the Mountain. Parishioners of St. Michael’s, St. Stephen-on-the-Mount and Holy Trinity took part as the procession, led by a cross-bearer along with the clergy from each parish in their robes, went from church to [...]
The event is designed to engage residents in conversations with their elected officials
Closed 10 a.m. until noon while city workers inspect after “minor” rock slide
Bentley wins to set-up rematch with rival Clarenville Friday.
Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak remains undaunted by a $2-million legal action initiated by Premier Kathleen Wynne over comments Hudak and his party have made to tie the premier to the $1.1 billion gas plant scandal.
Arson could not be ruled out as the possible cause of a fire that destroyed two Dundas businesses in November 2012.