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Ontario won't allow homes to be built on floodplains, Ford says after fed warning
Doug Ford · Clarington

Ontario won't allow homes to be built on floodplains, Ford says after fed warning

56% Center coverage: 9 sources
Ontario has no plans to allow homes to be built on floodplains, Premier Doug Ford said Friday. Ford said it's the responsibility of any builder to ensure they protect against development. The Ontario government announced plans last month to open up the protected Greenbelt to development.See the Story
Ford says he won't use notwithstanding clause to fight Bill 124 after court ruling
US & Canada · Toronto

Ford says he won't use notwithstanding clause to fight Bill 124 after court ruling

56% Center coverage: 9 sources
Ontario won't use the notwithstanding clause after a court struck down a law that limits wages for public sector workers. Premier Doug Ford said his government still plans to appeal the ruling. The notwithstanding clause allows a government to override Charter rights for a five-year period. A judge struck down Bill 124 on Monday, saying it was unconstitutional.See the Story
'She needs to stay in her lane': Ford takes aim at auditor general after casino sting operation
Doug Ford · Lane

'She needs to stay in her lane': Ford takes aim at auditor general after casino sting operation

Coverage: 7 sources
Premier Doug Ford says Bonnie Lysyk needs to "stay in her lane" after she ordered a casino-sting operation in the province. Mystery shoppers were hired from a private consulting firm by Lysyk as part of an audit of Ontario's Lottery and Gaming Corporation. The shoppers entered the casinos with amounts ranging from $5,000 to $11,000 in cash, played at table games and slots for 10 to 15 minutes, and then proceeded to be cashed out with cheques.See the Story

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