Ontario Working for Workers by Expanding Training to More People
April 25, 2022
The Ontario government is working for workers by launching a new training program, Better Jobs Ontario. 
Ontario Investing $1 Billion More to Expand Home Care
April 25, 2022
The Ontario government is investing $1 billion more over the next three years to further expand home care.
Masking Requirements Continue in Select Indoor Settings
April 23, 2022
As Ontario continues to effectively manage the sixth wave of COVID-19, the Chief Medical Officer of Health is maintaining existing provincial masking requirements in select higher-risk indoor settings until June 11, 2022.
Ontario Building New Schools and Launching Rapid Build Pilot
April 21, 2022
The Ontario government has announced an investment of nearly $500 million to support 37 school projects, including 23 child care projects, across the province as part of the 2022-2023 Capital Priorities Program.
Ontario Exploring Increase to Compensation for Injured Workers
April 20, 2022
The Ontario government is working for workers by directing the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) to explore an increase in compensation for workers who become injured or ill on the job.
Ontario Moving Forward with Historic GO Rail Expansion
April 19, 2022
The Ontario government has awarded a contract to modernize and transform the GO rail network and bring frequent, two-way, all-day service to the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
Ontario Making it Easier to Buy a Home
April 14, 2022
The Ontario government’s More Homes for Everyone plan, delivers both near-term solutions and long-term commitments to build more homes faster to put home ownership within reach for all Ontario families.
Ontario Keeping Province Open for Business
April 14, 2022
The Ontario government is introducing a suite of new measures to protect international border crossings from unlawful disruptions that hurt people and businesses.
Tax Relief at the Pumps Act, 2022 Receives Royal Assent
April 14, 2022
“It’s official. With the Tax Relief at the Pumps Act, 2022 receiving Royal Assent today, gas and fuel taxes in Ontario will be cut starting July 1." - Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance
Province Makes Strategic Investments to Strengthen Ontario’s Medical Technology Ecosystem
April 14, 2022
The Ontario government is supporting investments of more than $3.6 million by three Ontario companies to increase the manufacturing of domestic medical supplies and the development and export of homegrown solutions and innovations.
Ontario Advances Work on New Ultra-Low Overnight Electricity Rate
April 12, 2022
The Ontario government is advancing work to deliver a new optional ultra-low overnight Time-of-Use (TOU) electricity price plan, as part of its plan to provide consumers with more ways to keep costs down, save money, and take control of their energy bills.
Ontario is Making it Easier to Start a Business
April 12, 2022
The Ontario government is making it easier to start and grow a business with the launch of the new Ontario.ca/business website.
Ontario Working for Workers by Launching First-Ever Review of Occupational Illnesses
April 12, 2022
The Ontario government is working for workers by launching the first-ever review of the province’s occupational illness system.
Ontario Expanding Degree Options at Publicly Assisted Colleges
April 12, 2022
Beginning today, Ontario’s public colleges will be able to develop new three-year degree programs and additional four-year degree programs in key sectors to address gaps in the province’s labour needs.
Ontario Increasing Supports to Improve Community Safety
April 11, 2022
The Ontario government is investing more than $267 million over three years to provide police services across the province with significant new resources to safeguard their local communities.
Ontario Expanding Access to COVID-19 Antivirals
April 11, 2022
The Ontario government is expanding eligibility for COVID-19 antiviral treatments and PCR testing to more high-risk individuals.
More Jobs Created in Ontario for Second Consecutive Month
April 08, 2022
“Employment in Ontario increased by over 35,100 in March, bringing the total number of new jobs created since we took office in 2018 to over 500,000." - Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade
Ontario Giving Long-term Care Residents More Nutritional Choices and Variety
April 08, 2022
The Ontario government is investing over $40 million in additional nutritional support funding for long-term care homes so residents can receive more individualized food choices, more fresh produce and local foods in season, and additional menu flexibility.
Ontario Eliminating Birth Certificate Fee for Vulnerable Ontarians
April 07, 2022
The Ontario government is permanently eliminating the $35 fee for birth certificates for approximately 40,000 vulnerable Ontarians.
Ontario Launches First-Ever Hydrogen Strategy
April 07, 2022
The Ontario government has released its Low-Carbon Hydrogen Strategy to accelerate the development of the low-carbon hydrogen economy in the province that will create jobs and reduce emissions.
Ontario Mandating Robust PPE Stockpile to Support Plan to Stay Open
April 06, 2022
The Ontario government is protecting people against future unforeseen emergencies by introducing legislation to ensure that a healthy and robust stockpile of personal protective equipment (PPE) and critical supplies and equipment (CSE) is available at all times.
Province Helping Ukrainians Find Jobs in Ontario
April 06, 2022
The Ontario government is launching a suite of supports for Ukrainian families arriving under the new emergency travel authorization.
Helping Non-Profits Build Housing in Vaughan
April 06, 2022
The Ontario government is helping create new housing by providing over four acres of surplus provincial land at the corner of Dufferin and Centre Streets in Vaughan to a not-for-profit.
Ontario Providing Support to Victims and Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence and Human Trafficking
April 06, 2022
The Ontario government is investing $5.9 million over two years through the Victim Support Grant program to enhance capacity to support survivors of intimate partner violence and human trafficking.
Ontario Expanding Fourth-Dose Eligibility
April 06, 2022
The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is expanding eligibility for fourth doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to individuals aged 60 and over as well as First Nation, Inuit and Métis individuals and their non-Indigenous household members aged 18 and over starting on April 7, 2022.
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