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Premier-designate Doug Ford met with industry representatives in Toronto on Wednesday to discuss the ongoing NAFTA negotiations and Ontario's business competitiveness.

Doug Ford will recall Legislature to end York strike, cut gas prices.

“Dynasties often fall apart just from time.”

When it’s ‘time for a change,’ can anything change that?

Trade experts said Canada and the U.S. might be offering divergent assessments because their goals are different.

Trump’s trade chief, rejecting Trudeau’s public optimism, says NAFTA deal is ‘nowhere near close’.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne greet each other during an event in Toronto in October 2017. Wynne’s budget is backed by a deficit plan which could have repercussions on Trudeau’s budgetary plans, Tim Harper writes. (Lucas Oleniuk / Toronto Star)

Ontario’s Wynne brings back big deficits and Justin Trudeau could get sideswiped.

Barry and Honey Sherman Barry were found dead in the downstairs swimming pool room of their Toronto home on Dec. 15, 2017. (The Canadian Press file photo)

Sherman investigation initially focused only on Barry’s wife Honey as a murder victim.

Former Russian military intelligence colonel Sergei Skripal attends a hearing at the Moscow District Military Court in Moscow on August 9, 2006. Sergei Skripal, a former Russian double agent whose mysterious collapse in England sparked concerns of a possible poisoning by Moscow, had been living in Britain since a high-profile spy swap in 2010. (YURI SENATOROV / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

No evidence Vladimir Putin was behind U.K. assassination.

The grandees of that party should note that the appearance is that the legitimate leader was ejected in a cooked-up dawn-raid smear campaign.

Doug Ford’s pitch to Ontario voters will cut costs, size of government — but no layoffs.

In November, Postmedia, owner of the National Post, and Torstar, owner of the Toronto Star, announced a trade of 41 publications, followed by news that 36 of those papers would be shut down.

Competition Bureau calls on headquarters of Postmedia and Torstar in review of newspaper swap.

Ontario PC leadership candidate Doug Ford said all areas of the school curriculum need to be reviewed. (David Rider / Toronto Star) | Order this photo

Time to talk about sex ed, says Ontario PC candidate Doug Ford. Says if he is elected leader of the party he would reopen the health curriculum — and all other courses — to help Ontario students do better.

Declaring his candidacy last month, Ford demanded an end to the carbon tax at a time when his rivals were both trying to have it both ways — a carbon tax if necessary, but not necessarily a carbon tax, writes Martin Regg Cohn.

Doug Ford is not just setting the party’s agenda, he’s undoing it.