Ontario students march to Queen’s Park to protest new OSAP changes

Ontario students of all ages marched from Yonge-Dundas Square to Queen’s Park on Friday to voice their concerns about the new government changes to OSAP. Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s plan to cut tuition by 10 per cent, eliminate free tuition and the post graduate loan repayment grace period is a grave concern for the future of many Ontario students. Advertisements Continue reading Ontario students march to Queen’s Park to protest new OSAP changes

Patrick Brown drops out of PC leadership race

(By: Jazan Grewal) Patrick Brown announced Monday he will no longer be participating in the PC leadership race. The announcement was made the same day Ontario’s Integrity Commissioner’s office revealed it is reviewing some of Brown’s finances. That same day, Hamilton Police also announced they are investigating possible forgery and fraud in connection to the nomination of a PC party candidate that occurred while Brown was … Continue reading Patrick Brown drops out of PC leadership race

Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown resigns following sexual misconduct allegations

(By: Sherina Harris) Patrick Brown has stepped down as the leader of Ontario’s PC party following sexual misconduct allegations first reported by CTV News. In an unexpected press conference at Queen’s Park Wednesday evening, Brown denied the allegations, which he said were “categorically untrue.” Hours later, facing pressure from Conservative caucus members, he issued a statement announcing his resignation. “These allegations are false and have … Continue reading Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown resigns following sexual misconduct allegations