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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Government apologizes, backtracks on autism changes

ONTARIO: Government apologizes, backtracks on autism changes

Ontario will go back to a needs-based funding system, says social services minister
OPP warning the public as homicide suspects could be headed to Ontario

OPP warning the public as homicide suspects could be headed to Ontario

Police believe Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were recently in Northern Manitoba and could be headed east
<b>ONTARIO:</b> LCBO says distribution issues to  be resolved in two to three weeks

ONTARIO: LCBO says distribution issues to be resolved in two to three weeks

The president of the union, however, says the distribution delay isn't likely to be solved until September
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Ford promises transparency in future provincial appointments

ONTARIO: Ford promises transparency in future provincial appointments

The opposition parties want Ford's review of appointments to be conducted externally, something he said he wouldn't do
<b>CANADA: </b>Crime rate ticked up again in 2018, StatCan says

CANADA: Crime rate ticked up again in 2018, StatCan says

There were fewer break-ins and robberies, and the homicide rate also declined
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Provincial chamber recommends online booze sales

ONTARIO: Provincial chamber recommends online booze sales

This recommendation comes in an effort to modernize alcohol laws
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Woman launches petition targeting 911 Amber Alert complainers

ONTARIO: Woman launches petition targeting 911 Amber Alert complainers

A Toronto mother thinks people who call police to complain about Amber Alerts should be fined
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Charities hit the jackpot as province cuts fees on break-open tickets

ONTARIO: Charities hit the jackpot as province cuts fees on break-open tickets

MPP Doug Downey announced today that the provincial government will be making it easier for charities to help those who need it most
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 12-year-old with peanut allergy can eat one nut a day thanks to clinical trial<b>(2 photos)</b>

ONTARIO: 12-year-old with peanut allergy can eat one nut a day thanks to clinical trial(2 photos)

Sault boy reacting well to treatment
ONTARIO: Maxime Bernier's Guelph event cancelled due to concerns over protest

ONTARIO: Maxime Bernier's Guelph event cancelled due to concerns over protest

A planned protest and online petition opposing the visit by Bernier created concerns for organizers