Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says Harper’s new anti-prostitution law, Bill C-36, will protect neither exploited sex workers nor communities.
The Ontario government’s new five year poverty reduction strategy promises to cut child poverty by 25 per cent, end homelessness.
In Ontario, peaceful activists have stopped construction work on an Enbridge Line 9 pipeline site, arguing that Line 9 posed “a danger to people, animals, land, and water.”
In a 7-0 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Ontario had the right to issue industrial loggers permits to operate on the Grassy Narrows First Nation’s traditional lands.
Harper Conservatives’ draconian law-and-order agenda is challenged as Ontario court declares mandatory minimum sentences “cruel and unusual punishment”.
Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, warns that metadata can be more revealing than accessing the content of our communications.
Anishinabek Nation leaders have told Ontario provincial government officials that their children in care deserve the right to their culture.
A new study by the Conference Board of Canada ranked Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia highest among Canadian provinces for their performance in delivering health care services. P.E.I. and Newfoundland and Labrador were ranked lowest.
By: Human Rights Legal Support Centre | Press Release: TORONTO, May 14, 2013 – The Toronto Police Service (TPS), the Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB), and educator Dr. Clem Marshall have reached an agreement to settle his Human Rights Application. The terms of the settlement are confidential and neither the TPS nor the TPSB
By: Council of Canadians | Press Release: TORONTO, May 6, 2013 – The Council of Canadians is extremely disappointed by reports that the World Trade Organization (WTO) has upheld a previous ruling that local content quotas in Ontario’s Green Energy Act violate global trade rules. The grassroots social