Brown criticizes CTV News, will tell-all

Eli Ridder | The Post Former Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leader Patrick Brown, who stepped down over anonymous accusations of sexual misconduct, criticized the reporting of CTV News on Wednesday and told more of his story via live television. Mr. Brown was interviewed by Carolyn Jarvis of Global News in a video released on the broadcaster’s website at 5:30 p.m. where he spoke of … Continue reading Brown criticizes CTV News, will tell-all

Green upgrade funding announced by Ontario

The Government of Ontario announced a plan to fund climate-friendly and energy efficient improvements across several post-secondary institutions on Monday morning in the University of Guelph-Humber Atrium.  Minister’s Mitzie Hunter and Chris Ballard announced $214 in grants and making $300 million available in interest-free loans to retrofit facilities at university and college campuses via the Greenhouse Gas Campus Retrofit Program. Guelph-Humber Vice Provost John Walsh, Humber College … Continue reading Green upgrade funding announced by Ontario

Patrick Brown breaks silence

Patrick Brown broke a near two week silence on Tuesday afternoon by stating his support for women who come forward with allegations against sexual harassers and assailants.  Mr. Brown stated that while the “MeToo” movement can be “a tool to lift society”, untrue allegations “undermine that good work”. The Member of Provincial Parliament for Simcoe North said that the “truth will come out.” It was … Continue reading Patrick Brown breaks silence

Ontario announces college research funding

Ontario science minister Reza Moridi announced on Tuesday that 61 projects across 22 public colleges will receive funding via the Colleges Applied Research and Development Fund. Mr. Moridi, the minister of research, innovation and science, was at Sheridan College in Oakville to announce the effort that will “connect college students with businesses to tackle R&D challenges and launch innovative new products and services”, according to … Continue reading Ontario announces college research funding

Ford takes on healthcare, carbon tax

Ontario Progressive Conservative Party leadership candidate Doug Ford encouraged supporters to purchase a party membership on Saturday night while vowing to tackle healthcare issues and voiced his opposition to a carbon tax. Mr. Ford, a former city councilor, mayoral candidate, and brother of late Toronto Mayor Rob Ford told supporters they had 13 days to buy $10 memberships in time to be eligible to vote … Continue reading Ford takes on healthcare, carbon tax

Exclusive: Guelph riding considers Christine Elliott

The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario’s riding association for Guelph is considering reaching out to leadership candidate Christine Elliott to run for the seat as the Liberal incumbent retires, a source speaking on background told the Post. Read all the Post coverage on the race Ontario PC’s: The war begins  Elliott, 62, on Thursday announced her bid for the leadership position via a short but simple … Continue reading Exclusive: Guelph riding considers Christine Elliott