Pair of Ontario cabinet ministers criticized over ‘eye candy’, ‘adorable’ remarks

TORONTO – Ontario’s finance minister is being criticized for referring to male and female hospital workers as “eye candy” during a funding announcement in Toronto on Thursday.Charles Sousa‘s comments are being called inappropriate by Progressive Conservative legislator Lisa MacLeod, who added that the remarks were degrading. READ MORE: Ontario Liberals announce $822M boost for hospitals Sousa

Thousands of Doug Ford supporters attend ‘unity rally’

The Ontario Tories held a “unity rally” to show their support for new party leader Doug Ford. Jamie Mauracher has more from the event, and the healthy attendance from Ford Nation. ' }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+""; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection != "object"

Increased police patrols in Waterloo as thousands expected for St. Patrick’s Day

After thousands of post-secondary students gathered for an unlicensed St. Patrick’s Day party on a small residential street near Wilfrid Laurier University last year, Waterloo Regional Police say there’s an increased presence of officers out in the community this weekend.“In order to maintain the safety of the community, and to ensure proper enforcement, Waterloo

2 Durham cops charged with assault after man injured in Oshawa

Ontario’s police watchdog has charged two Durham Regional Police officers with assault following an interaction with a man in Oshawa.The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) said the two officers were attempting a traffic stop on April 26, 2017, on Bruce Street when there was an interaction with a passenger in the vehicle.The SIU said the

Canadian trio wins Oscar for ‘The Shape of Water’ production design

Three Canadians have won an Academy Award for best production design on The Shape of Water.This was the first Oscar nomination for Paul Austerberry, Jeffrey A. Melvin and Shane Vieau.READ MORE: Oscars 2018 winners list: ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Shape of Water’ up for Academy AwardsAusterberry is credited for production design while Melvin and Vieau did

Child struck and killed in Scarborough

An 11 year old boy was critically injured while crossing the street at Canongate Trail and Purcell Square where he was struck by a vehicle and later died in hospital. Residents in the area say it’s tough to see children crossing the street because of parked vehicles. Kamil Karamali reports. Source link
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