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Who’s Lobbying for Whom: Registrations peak after Queen’s Park breaks for the summer
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Who’s Lobbying for Whom: Registrations peak after Queen’s Park breaks for the summer

A list of new, renewed and amended registrations with the Office of the Integrity Commissioner.

Ontario to open Uxbridge provincial park on Canada Day
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Ontario to open Uxbridge provincial park on Canada Day

Environment Minister Andrea Khanjin announced Thursday that Uxbridge Urban Provincial Park would open to the public free-of-charge on July 1, roughly a year-and-a-half after it was first announced in the 2023 budget.

QP Briefing Survey 2024: Most influential government staffers
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QP Briefing Survey 2024: Most influential government staffers

Here are Ontario’s most influential government staffers according to Queen's Park Briefing’s 2024 Survey.

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QP Briefing Survey 2024: Best opposition staffers
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QP Briefing Survey 2024: Best opposition staffers

The best opposition staffers according to Queen's Park Briefing's annual survey.

Carolyn Parrish elected mayor of Mississauga
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Carolyn Parrish elected mayor of Mississauga

As of 8:59 p.m. on Wednesday, Parrish was leading her next closest rival, city councillor Alvin Tedjo, by over 8,100 votes, with 98 per cent of the polls reporting in the city's mayoral byelection.

QP Briefing Survey 2024: Rising stars at Queen's Park
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QP Briefing Survey 2024: Rising stars at Queen's Park

The top rising stars according to Queen's Park Briefing's annual survey.

Mississauga, Ont., residents head to polls to elect city's next mayor
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Mississauga, Ont., residents head to polls to elect city's next mayor

Sixteen candidates are vying to fill the office last held by Bonnie Crombie, who stepped down in January shortly after becoming leader of the provincial Liberals.

New look cabinet signals Ford's focus on next election: strategists
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New look cabinet signals Ford's focus on next election: strategists

NDP strategist Erin Morrison, principal of Morrison Comms Inc., said an early election call could be a way for the Tories to avoid the consequences of investigations into the ill-fated Greenbelt plan, including a probe by the RCMP.

Teacher unions welcome new minister in Ontario cabinet shuffle
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Teacher unions welcome new minister in Ontario cabinet shuffle

Teacher unions welcome Ontario cabinet shuffle

QP Briefing Survey 2024: Most influential opposition critics
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QP Briefing Survey 2024: Most influential opposition critics

The most influential opposition critics according to Queen's Park Briefing annual survey.

Who's Lobbying for Whom: Last push before legislature rises for summer
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Who's Lobbying for Whom: Last push before legislature rises for summer

A list of new, renewed and amended registrations with the Office of the Integrity Commissioner.

Toronto's transit system to run as normal after deal reached to avoid strike
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Toronto's transit system to run as normal after deal reached to avoid strike

TTC to operate as normal after last minute deal

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