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The Ontario Legislature broke for the summer this week. It may have been a short sitting, but don't let that fool you: a lot's happened since Mike Harris retired in March. A new Premier with a new political style, and many would argue, a whole new political direction. How are the various parties, and their leaders, dealing with the new climate? This week we'll ask our political pundits to assess how Ernie Eves, Dalton McGuinty and Howard Hampton are performing on a variety of issues. As well, Premier Eves defends his tax cut delay and handling of the controversial Hydro One file.
Jun 30, 2002
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Almost 130 years ago, it wowed audiences in Chicago and across the Atlantic. Today, you, too, can be wowed — by a replica of a mammoth cheese.

To dig out from the pandemic-related backlog, the province aims to spend $324 million to run hospital operating rooms and diagnostic facilities longer.

Fifty years ago, the province introduced new legislation that lowered the age of majority, letting 18-year-olds drink. But that change wouldn’t last the decade.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. 
OPINION: Doug Ford has to decide whether Ontario will let the unvaccinated jeopardize the hospital system we all rely on. speaks with University of Alberta professor Timothy Caulfield about how celebrities have helped — and hurt — the public’s understanding of COVID-19.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. 

The last time the Steel City hosted, it was both a triumph and a disaster — but organizers have high hopes for this year’s festivities.
In 1970, inmates started Tightwire, collecting essays, art, and poetry about personal experience and political thought — and building community.