In only two provinces, Ontario and B.C., are wait times shorter now than they were at the time of Chaoulli.
Ontario buys wind energy at a price 50% higher than it would have to pay for electricity from natural gas.
Chrysler and GM got almost $14 billion from the government of Canada and the province of Ontario.
Spence is the leader of an aboriginal community called Attawapiskat in northern Ontario.
Although Oates and Smith worked together, editing their literary journal, the Ontario Review, she rarely showed him her fiction.
Ontario has in its nickel-mines of Sudbury a mineral treasure not found elsewhere in equal abundance in the world.
His mother, who is also living, was born in the county of Ontario, Canada West.
The Ontario registry has five district offices, as well as the central one at Toronto.
“Mr. Brenchfield is an Ontario man,” put in Eileen innocently.
One of its frontiers lies on the vast sheet of Ontario, while Champlain stretches nearly a hundred miles along another.
from Mohawk (Iroquoian) ontari:io "beautiful lake" or "great lake," from /-qtar-/ "lake, river." Related: Ontarian.
Province in central Canada, bordered by Hudson Bay and James Bay to the north; Quebec to the east; the St. Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, and Minnesota to the south; and Manitoba to the west. Its capital and largest city is Toronto.
Note: The Canadian side of Niagara Falls is in southern Ontario.
Note: Ottawa, Canada's capital, is in southeastern Ontario.
Note: Ontario is the most heavily industrialized, populous, and prosperous province in Canada.