Ontario Government Keeping People and Goods Moving
August 30, 2019
The Ontario government is supporting municipalities and getting people moving through smart investments in public transit and transportation infrastructure throughout the province.
Ontario Addresses School Bus Driver Shortage
August 30, 2019
Ontario is tackling the province's school bus driver shortage by continuing the School Bus Driver Retention Pilot Program this year.
Ontario Doubling GO Train Service to West Harbour, Making Weekend Niagara Service Permanent
August 29, 2019
The Ontario government is adding 19 new GO train trips and extending 25 existing GO train trips each week on the Lakeshore West line.
Ontario Government Saves Taxpayer Dollars Through Year-End Expenditure Management and Ending March Madness Spending
August 29, 2019
The government saved $153 million by implementing new, year-end expenditure management reductions and measures that curb March Madness spending.
Cellphone Restriction in Classrooms to Take Effect this Year
August 29, 2019
Ontario's Minister of Education announced plans to move forward with restricting the use of cellphones and other personal mobile devices in classrooms beginning November 4, 2019.
Ontario Takes Action to Focus on Learning
August 29, 2019
Ontario's Minister of Education announced plans to move forward with restricting the use of cellphones and other personal mobile devices in classrooms beginning November 4, 2019.
Ontario Helping Parents Save on the Costs of Summer Camp
August 28, 2019
Ontario parents and caregivers should save their receipts from day camp and summer camp for the opportunity to save come tax time.
Statement from Minister Yurek on Appealing the Federal Carbon Tax Decision to the Supreme Court of Canada
August 28, 2019
"Our Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan is proof that you can address climate change and protect the environment without a costly carbon tax on Ontario families."-Jeff Yurek, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks
First Year Investment of Ontario's Four-Year Math Strategy Announced
August 28, 2019
Ontario's Minister of Education announced the details of the new four-year $200-million math strategy to get back to basics.
Ontario Listening to Local Governments on Streamlining Processes
August 27, 2019
The Government of Ontario met with municipal leaders at the annual conference of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario in Ottawa, in an effort to hear their ideas on simplifying interactions with the province.
Ontario Supporting More Communities in their Fight Against Guns and Gangs
August 26, 2019
Ontario's government is standing up for law-abiding citizens by escalating its fight against gun violence and the gangs who prey on young people and communities.
Ontario to seek input on improving the child welfare system
August 23, 2019
“If we are going to make a difference for children and youth, we must listen to them and then build programs that protect them and help improve their futures.”- Jill Dunlop, Associate Minister of Children and Women’s Issues
Ontario Providing Stability for Students and Families
August 22, 2019
Ontario's government is taking action to provide students and their families with predictability for the upcoming school year by introducing modest changes to current class sizes.
Supporting Students - Respecting Parents
August 21, 2019
The province is introducing an enhanced and inclusive Health and Physical Education curriculum for Grades 1-8 that relates to the everyday experiences of students.
Ontario Government Working in Partnership with Municipalities
August 20, 2019
The Ontario government is putting people first by building stronger, local partnerships with municipalities and giving them the supports they need to better serve their communities.
Ontario Helping Municipalities to Protect Youth and Combat Illegal Cannabis Market
August 20, 2019
Ontario is partnering with municipalities to combat the illegal cannabis market by providing municipalities with $6.74 million through the Ontario Cannabis Legalization Implementation Fund.
Ontario is Building Strong Partnerships with Municipalities
August 19, 2019
Today, Premier Doug Ford addressed the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) annual conference, where he committed to building strong, local partnerships with municipalities.
Ontario Protecting Access to Affordable Legal Representation
August 16, 2019
The Ontario government is proactively working with the Law Society of Ontario to establish a program that does not restrict legal representation to people charged with summary conviction offences.
Toward Sustainable, Transparent Finances
August 15, 2019
The Government of Ontario delivered on its commitment of accountability and transparency with the release of the province's first quarter finances. 
Ontario Announces Next Steps to Improve Recycling and Tackle Plastic Waste
August 15, 2019
Ontario is taking action to improve recycling across the province and address the serious problem of plastic pollution and litter, as committed to in our Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan.
Ontario Announces More Rush-hour, Midday and Evening Service
August 15, 2019
Ontario is adding 84 more train trips and extending 65 existing train trips each week across GO Transit's network to bring more rush-hour, midday and evening service.
Supporting Quality Care for Ontarians with Autism
August 13, 2019
Ontario is putting children, youth and vulnerable people first by strengthening the oversight of behavioural clinicians who provide Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), a therapy that primarily supports people with autism.
Ontario Improving Access to Timely Care for Patients in Crisis
August 09, 2019
Ontario is encouraging police services and hospitals to work together to improve transitions for patients.
Ontario Launching Program to Fund Out-of-Country Dialysis Services
August 08, 2019
Ontario is launching a new program to fund out-of-country dialysis services, ensuring that Ontarians living with kidney failure can continue to have access to the care they need when travelling outside of Canada.
More Tools Available for Police to Find Missing Seniors
August 08, 2019
Ontario is putting the safety of seniors first by providing police officers with more tools they need to respond quickly and effectively to missing persons investigations.
Ontario Invests in Specialized Disaster Search and Rescue Teams
August 07, 2019
Ontario's government is keeping communities safe by investing $2.5 million for municipal Urban Search and Rescue, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive, and Hazardous Materials teams.
Ontario Protecting our Environment through Agri-Food Research
August 02, 2019
Ontario's government is working for the people by investing in agri-food research to help protect the province's natural resources.
Province Extends Investment in Local Festivals and Events
August 01, 2019
Ontario is extending its support for festivals and events with over $2 million in funding to support jobs and boost local tourism across the province.
Minister's Statement on Federal Carbon Tax Impact on Natural Gas Costs
August 01, 2019
The Ontario government is making moves to cancel the Liberals' cap-and-trade carbon scheme that made life more expensive for the people of Ontario, putting more money back in the pockets of families.
Ontario Parks 30x30 Challenge Begins Today
August 01, 2019
The Ontario Government is encouraging people all across the province to join the Ontario Parks 30x30 Challenge and spend 30 minutes outside in nature every day for the month of August.
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