| July 26 2014 - Cops bust pair on drug offences following traffic stop|
CORNWALL, Ontario - A Cornwall traffic stop netted city police a couple of drug arrests. Police said on Wednesday a pair of Cornwall men were arrested after being found with a quantity of cocaine. The traffic stop took place on Cornwall Centre Road. Joshua Warren, 26, was charged with ...
| July 26 2014 - Cornwall woman spearheading plan to get free transit rights for Canadian vets|
CORNWALL, Ontario - A chance meeting with a Second World War solider has turned into a drive to get Canada's war veterans free access to public transit - and maybe more. It's still early days, but Sara Lauzon, a Cornwall woman who is studying in Ottawa, said in an interview it's her belief vets ...
| July 25 2014 - Teams Prequalified for York Viva Bus Rapid Transit Expansion|
YORK REGION, ON, July 25, 2014 /CNW/ - Metrolinx, The Regional Municipality of York and Infrastructure Ontario have announced the three teams prequalified to design, build and finance the next phase of York Viva Bus Rapid Transit (vivaNext) rapidways in the cities of Vaughan and Markham.
| July 14 2014 - Ontario Budget Confirms Bold Commitment to Public Transit|
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - July 14, 2014) - The transit industry applauds Minister Charles Sousa and the provincial government in the passing of Ontario's 2014 budget today, confirming major new dedicated funding for public transit across Ontario.
| July 12 2014 - Bruce Power now offering bus tours Wednesdays and Thursdays|
Staff at Bruce Power are ready to offer bus tours of the worldâ€™s largest operating nuclear site this summer. The tours, which begin July 2, are part of ongoing outreach efforts to provide information to the public on the important role of nuclear power in Ontario.
| July 11 2014 - Gas tax funding now permanent, Finance Minister Joe Oliver announces|
Finance minister Joe Oliver announced that the federal government is making the federal gas tax fund a permanent fixture for funding infrastructure projects Ontario municipalities. Oliver gave examples of what the funding could pay for, listing public transit, highways, local airports, short line rail, culture, tourism and sport recreational infrastructure. Mayor Rob Ford was on hand a gave a ...
| July 03 2014 - Ontario Liberals' throne speech to focus on budget that triggered election|
TORONTO -- The Liberal government will focus on job creation, public transit and retirement income in a speech from the throne today that opens a rare summer session of the Ontario legislature. Government house leader Yasir Naqvi says by winning a majority in the June 12 election, the Liberals got a mandate from the people to implement the plan they campaigned on. That plan, based on the May 1 ...
| July 03 2014 - Throne speech to revisit controversial budget|
The Liberal government will focus on job creation, public transit and retirement income in a speech from the throne today that opens a rare summer session of the Ontario legislature.
| July 03 2014 - Throne speech to focus on jobs, pensions|
TORONTO - The Liberal government will focus on job creation, public transit and retirement income in a speech from the throne today that opens a rare summer session of the Ontario legislature.
| July 02 2014 - Children Getting a Break from the City|
Kids accustomed to subways and grimy city pavement will be spending the summer living with host families in more rural areas of New York. Hundreds of children from low-income families boarded buses today bound for upstate New York, other Northeast states and Ontario, Canada. The Fresh Air Fund will sponsors summer vacations for 4,000 children in the countryside and in small-town communities this ...
| June 22 2014 - Bus depot makes cut|
ONTARIOâ€”The final review committee for ConnectOregon V issued its final recommendations Friday for funding transportation projects around the state, and only one of the two projects in Malheur County
| June 21 2014 - Kennedy road work warnings could hurt business, Mag Mile group says|
The CTA and Metra will run longer trains over the weekend to accommodate an expected surge of riders avoiding increased congestion on Chicago-area highways due to demolition of the Ontario Street bridge downtown, which will reduce capacity on the inbound Kennedy from five lanes to only two lanes approximately 1 mile before Ohio Street, officials said Tuesday.
| June 18 2014 - Kathleen Wynne: 'No new money' for wages, salaries|
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne appeared on CBC Radio's Metro Morning on Wednesday, less than a week after leading her Liberals to an unexpected majority win. Host Matt Galloway asked the premier about everything from transit funding, to her plans to pare back the province's large deficit, and why her support didn't extend into most rural Ontario ridings. "People who believe that the province is ...
| June 17 2014 - Waterloo Region School Bus Coordinators Set to Strike|
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - June 13, 2014) - School bus service for thousands of students in Waterloo Region could be impacted as of Monday, when employees of the consortium that delivers student transportation services in the region will be on a legal strike.