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Ontario is Canada's most populous province, with over 1/3 the country's population. It is the second-largest province by area.
- Randy Hillier was removed from his party in 2019. Since then, he has become an outspoken anti lockdown activist.
- Belinda Karahalios was ejected from caucus in July 2020 for voting against Bill 195, which allows the provincial government to extend emergency powers for up to two years without consulting the legislature, and now sits as a member of the New Blue Party of Ontario, which is led by her husband, Jim Karahalios.
- Rick Nicholls was kicked out of his party in 2021 for vaccine hesitancy.
- On 1 October 2021, Lindsey Park was removed from caucus after she "misrepresented her vaccination status".
Groups Headquartered Here
|Bank of Canada|
|Canadian Global Affairs Institute||2000|
|Canadian Labour Congress||1956||The central labour body in English Canada to which most Canadian labour unions are affiliated.|
|Canadian Security Intelligence Service|
|Carleton University||1942||Public university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.|
|Communications Security Establishment|
|Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units||1995||International organization that facilitates cooperation and intelligence sharing between national financial intelligence units|
|Toronto-Dominion Bank||1 February 1955||One of the big 5 Canadian banks|
|University of Guelph||1874||The Veterinary medicine program at the University of Guelph was ranked 4th in the world in 2015.|
|University of Ottawa||1848||Bilingual university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.|
|University of St. Michael's College||15 September 1852||Catholic college of the University of Toronto.|
|University of Toronto||The most important university in Canada|
|University of Waterloo||1959||Known for having more companies formed by its faculty, students, and alumni than any other Canadian university.|
|University of Western Ontario||1878||Rebranded in 2012 to give it less of a national identify|
|Wilfrid Laurier University||1960||Enrollment of about 17,000 full-time and part-time undergraduate students.|
|York University||Canada's fourth-largest university.|
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