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Sarah Hanlon writes that she was disturbed by recent troubles at the Cannabis Culture outlet in the Gay village. POSTMEDIA

Contraband weed will flourish: OSCA

Ontario’s massive contraband tobacco industry can and will easily switch to the manufacture of contraband marijuana when the product becomes legal, the head of the Ontario Convenience Stores Association predicts.

Premier Kathleen Wynne (STAN BEHAL, Toronto Sun)

Grits chance better in 2018 without Wynne: Poll

One third of Toronto voters say the departure of Premier Kathleen Wynne would make them more likely to support the Liberals in the 2018 provincial election, a Forum Research poll provided exclusively to the Toronto Sun found.

Ontario Liberal cabinet minister Liz Sandals (left) and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. (TORONTO SUN/FILES)

Sunshine list swells under Liberals

The number of Ontario public servants making $100,000 a year or more has grown by 727% since the Liberals gained government in 2003.


Nurses want in on PTSD bill for first responders

Ontario nurses face many of the same dangers and horrors as first responders but are excluded from new legislation designed to strengthen protections for workplace Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder, their union says.


What you need to know about the ORPP

The Kathleen Wynne government recently announced it is delaying the introduction of its much ballyhooed Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) while it negotiates with the federal government and other provinces on an enhanced CPP.