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Doug Ford and the PCs maintain tight grip on Ontario election race: Ipsos poll

With less than two weeks until polling day, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford continues to hold a commanding lead over his rivals. A new poll, conducted exclusively for Global News by Ipsos between May 17 and 19, found the PCs were leading across many key demographics and Ontario regions. If the election were to be … Read more

Some Ontarians Have No Clue Who’s Running In The Elections & It’s So Awks (VIDEO)

The Ontario elections are coming up in about a couple of weeks, and can you name all of the candidates who are running for office? For those of you who might need a refresher, there’s Doug Ford for the Progressive Conservatives, Steven Del Duca for the Liberal Party, Andrea Horwath for the New Democratic Party, … Read more

Supreme court won’t hear ex-OPP deputy commissioner’s appeal over lawsuit against Doug Ford

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal from a former high-ranking Ontario Provincial Police officer over his bid to sue Premier Doug Ford for defamation. Former OPP deputy commissioner Brad Blair launched a $5-million suit in 2019, alleging the premier smeared his reputation for political gain by suggesting the officer … Read more

Ontario election: Doug Ford's lead remains firm after leaders' debate – Global News

Ontario election: Doug Ford’s lead remains firm after leaders’ debate  Global News What the Ontario leaders’ debate means for the rest of the election campaign Ontario Greens seek to build on Schreiner’s debate performance, eye 2 ridings View Full coverage on Google News

Global National: May 17, 2022 | Biden condemns white supremacy, but Buffalo residents want action – Global News

Global National: May 17, 2022 | Biden condemns white supremacy, but Buffalo residents want action  Global News Global National: May 16, 2022 | Loved ones share the stories of Buffalo supermarket shooting victims  Global News Opinion | The Buffalo Shooting Was Not a Random Act of Violence  The New York Times Opinion | The Buffalo massacre shows how … Read more

Doug Ford defends Ontario election debate ‘cheat sheet’

Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford occasionally referred to a black binder filled with highlighted notes during the Ontario Election leadership debate, which served as an underlying issue during the 90 minute sparring match. Even before the debate began, the Ontario Liberal Party tweeted an image of Ford preparing for the verbal joust by placing … Read more

Ontario election today: Party leaders set to square off at tonight’s debate in Toronto

The leaders of Ontario’s four main political parties are set to face off at a televised debate in Toronto at 6:30 p.m.Chris Donovan/The Canadian Press It’s day thirteen of the Ontario election and the leaders of Ontario’s four main political parties are set to face off at a televised debate this evening. Progressive Conservative Leader … Read more

‘I’ll never be able to afford property’: Housing costs key issue for Ontario voters

Graziela Cariello and Thiago Lang with their 19-month-old son Pedro at their home in Barrie, Ont., on April 25. The family spent most weekends last year viewing places in the GTA, placed at least five bids, but the high prices and bidding wars drove the family all the way to Barrie.Tijana Martin/The Canadian Press When … Read more

Ontario PC candidate Stephen Lecce blasted for ‘slave auction’ in university

Ontario Progressive Conservative cabinet minister Stephen Lecce.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail Ontario Progressive Conservative cabinet minister Stephen Lecce is under fire from education and anti-racism advocates after revelations that he participated in a “slave auction” and “slave day” with his fraternity at Western University more than 15 years ago. Mr. Lecce served as Education Minister … Read more