Ontario Attorney-General wants to change the province’s appointment process for judges and justices of the peace
Ontario Attorney-General Doug Downey is considering changes to the way the province appoints judges and justices of the peace, saying the process is subjective, fraught with delays and leaves too many
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The fiery comments, which marked an escalation from earlier and less direct criticism from Sanders, underscored how Bloomberg’s recent steps toward entering the Democratic primary have roiled the contest.
New restrictions on the use of cellphones in classrooms across Ontario go into effect today. The directive says students can only use personal mobile devices during instructional time if it’s for educational
Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc on Thursday won backing from a Michigan state court to permit a 66-year-old crude oil pipeline to continue to run under a state waterway, pushing back authorities’
A new Climate Central research report released this week finds hundreds of millions more people than previously known live on land at risk from coastal flooding linked to climate change. The largest vulnerable
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