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It's always number one in the polls, number one in our hearts, and if this week's provincial budget is any indication, number one on the tories' political agenda. Health care received the single biggest funding boost, with spending pegged at a record $25.5 billion for the next year. Where will that money be going? And does Ernie Eves' government have a concrete plan to solve our health care woes? In a moment, we'll talk to the Minister of Health and a health care expert about that.
Jun 23, 2002
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OPINION: Things are looking up in Ontario. But the Tories shouldn’t let recent successes cloud their judgment like they did at the end of the second wave.

Reopening plans, QR codes, and child-care conflict.
Ontario nurses are feeling overworked and undervalued. The pandemic plays a massive role — but experts say it’s part of a long tradition.

The province has released the details of its enhanced COVID-19 vaccine certificate and the Verify Ontario app for businesses. Read the full briefing here.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. speaks with the U of T professor about rapid testing, airborne transmission — and what we do and don’t know about Ontario schools.

OPINION: Bars and restaurants will soon see the end of the capacity limits they’ve chafed under for so long. But lifting restrictions won’t solve their labour issues.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province

OPINION: Licensed child-care centres have limited spaces. For many parents, the only alternative is home child care. We need a new system.