What to know ahead of the 2022 Ontario budget

The Ontario Progressive Conservative government will table their 2022 budget Thursday afternoon, outlining not only their fiscal priorities for the year but the framework for their re-election campaign. For months, Premier Doug Ford and his PC MPPs have been making campaign-style stops at cities across the province to reveal, little-by-little, some voter-friendly tidbits that will […]

OPP appeals to public for help finding missing teen

Provincial police are appealing to the public for help locating a 16-year-old boy last seen in Orangeville Tuesday night. Police say Anthony Luczay is known to frequent the Orangeville and Caledon areas. They say they are concerned for “the safety and well-being” of the missing teen. Luczay was on Broadway at Highway 10 in Orangeville […]

Axtel chooses Armando de la Peña González as new CEO

The telecommunications operator Axtel appointed to Armando de la Pena Gonzalez as the new general director of that company from next May 1. Eduardo Escalante Castillo, until now interim director of Axtel from January 2021, he will resume the group’s finance management Alphato which Axtel belongs as the telecommunications arm of that industrial conglomerate. Armando […]

One person killed in crash east of Ottawa

One person is dead following a motor vehicle crash east of Ottawa. Emergency crews responded to the collision on Wednesday on Highway 138, between Gravel Hill Road and Seguin Road in North Stormont. Ontario Provincial Police say one person was pronounced dead at the scene. A second person was transported to hospital with minor injuries. […]

The Frederick-James Villa is officially moved

As planned, the building was moved 19 meters away from the cliff. The general contractor Construction Béton 4 Saisons in Saint-Arsène, which won the call for tenders for phase one of the Espace bleu, is responsible for the site. However, it was its subcontractor specializing in this type of operation, Héneault et Gosselin, who moved […]