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For a person who spent three decades on Bay Street, culminating with a twelve-year tenure running Canada’s second-largest bank, Ed Clark is planning no favours for his former colleagues in the securities industry as Ontario prepares for an initial public offering of Hydro One. 530 more words
TORONTO — Ontario’s Liberal government plans to sell off 60 per cent of Hydro One, the province’s huge transmission utility, to help pay for new transit and infrastructure projects. 277 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Premier Kathleen Wynne says the monopoly on beer in the province is now over as up to 450 stores will begin selling beer. Marianne Dimain reports. 433 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Premier Wynne says there are improvements that can be made in Hydro One
TORONTO – Ontario’s “biggest shakeup” to liquor laws since it repealed prohibition in 1927 includes a new tax on beer and allowing it to be sold in hundreds of grocery stores, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday. 720 more words
WATCH: Alan Carter reports that restaurants and pubs want to join in on the retail mix for beer and wine.
TORONTO – The people who own restaurants, bars and pubs in Ontario have an idea to give consumers another option to buy beer – so-called “off sales” from their establishments. 340 more words