ontario news: Don't miss out on the latest news Sign up for our daily briefing Ontario News Now is a creative way to communicate the government's message in the modern, digital world no different than a video press release or a digital householder, spokeswoman Ivana Yelich said in a statement, according to National Observer. One of the differences, said NDP critic Taras Natyshak, is that Ontario News Now styles itself as journalism. The premier's office said he usually spends less than five minutes at a time on ONN filming and defended the use of time and did not dispute the estimate. The spots are formatted like a TV news report, with a woman posing as a reporter interviewing the premier and cabinet ministers. He's not receiving the hard questions that true media outlets would give him, given the opportunity. Delivering your message on policy will always be an exercise that parliamentarians embark on and it's an important way to communicate through all facets, Natyshak said in an interview. ; However, trying to make it seem like this has the aspect of journalism and that he's being questioned by a legitimate journalist, sort of, is disingenuous. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.