Caressant Care, Lindsay says it welcomes new ‘partnership’ with Ministry to address care issues

A Lindsay nursing home says it will address compliance issues quickly with the help of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

Caressant Care’s Mary Street home location ordered to cease admissions of new residents

Caressant Care Lindsay nursing home has been ordered to stop accepting new residents. 

Why does the City now have two deputy paramedic chiefs? City explains

$5.5 million investment in Kawartha Lakes’ ambulance service from province

The Ontario government is investing nearly $764 million in the province’s annual Land Ambulance Service Grant (LASG) to help municipalities facing increased cost pressures in their emergency departments.

Dismissal of basic income class action lawsuit to be appealed  

Basic income class action lawsuit can proceed: Ontario Court of Appeal

In a turn-of-events basic income supporters were hoping for, the Ontario Court of Appeal has determined that the class action lawsuit by four former basic income recipients can proceed against the province.

Regina, Balfour offer election insights

Some would say Tom Regina of the Ontario Green Party and Gene Balfour of the Ontario Libertarian party sit at opposite ends of the political spectrum, but they both had a similar goal in in last week’s election: to grow their political brands.

Ford’s folly a return to form

Election night numbers to watch for

Tomorrow millions of Ontarians will exercise their right to vote and there are a number of specific electoral outcomes that political pundits will be closely looking at to determine what the new legislature at Queen’s Park will look like — and how it will operate.

Candidates debate housing, environment and food insecurity, among other social policy issues

Liberal's McBey calls Laurie Scott an 'absentee landlord'

With the provincial election just two weeks away, the Advocate hosted an all-candidates candidates debate yesterday evening at Cambridge Street United Church in Lindsay.