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Ontario Keeping Province Open for Business

New measures proposed to protect movement of people and goods at international borders MISSISSAUGA — The Ontario government is introducing a suite of new measures to protect international border crossings from unlawful disruptions that hurt people and businesses. These new measures include legislation that, if passed, would enable law enforcement to better protect jobs that […]

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Ontario Launches Five New ONroute Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Province’s historic expansion of charging infrastructure means greater convenience for drivers Ontario is delivering on its commitment to bring electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers to the province’s busiest highways with the launch of the five new fast charging stations at Ingleside, Tilbury North, Tilbury South, Woodstock and Innisfil ONroute stations. This launch brings the total number […]

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Ontario Expanding Economic Opportunity for Entrepreneurs

New business grant supporting Indigenous, Black and other racialized entrepreneurs The Ontario government is investing $5 million over two years in a targeted program to help Indigenous, Black and other racialized entrepreneurs start or grow their business. The Racialized and Indigenous Supports for Entrepreneurs (RAISE) Grant Program helps to remove economic barriers by providing funding, […]

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Ontario Offering Free Training and Paid Apprenticeships for Electricians

Province is facing a shortage of workers in a field that can pay over $50 an hour OTTAWA — The Ontario government is working for workers by investing more than $13 million to provide free training and paid electricians’ apprenticeships for more than 2,500 people across the province who are unemployed or looking to earn bigger […]

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Press Release Gary Kaschak, Liberal Nomination

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 14, 2022 -The following statement can be attributed to Windsor–Tecumseh PC Candidate Andrew Dowie: “I wish a warm welcome to my friend and colleague Gary Kaschak as the appointed Windsor–Tecumseh Liberal candidate for the 2022 Provincial Election. But the record is clear with respect to the Wynne-Del Duca Liberals’ and Horwath […]

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Ontario Establishes Esports Scholarship

Investment will promote innovation and help students prepare for careers in the esports sector TORONTO — The Ontario government is investing $1 million over two years in a scholarship for postsecondary students in esports and related programs – a rapidly growing industry in the province. The Ontario Esports Scholarship program will offer financial assistance to […]

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Province Launches Building Ontario Businesses Initiative

Initiative will strengthen supply chain security and boost domestic production of critical goods TORONTO – The Ontario government is continuing to strengthen the province’s supply chain security and economic growth through the Building Ontario Businesses Initiative (BOBI). BOBI will reduce barriers and provide companies in Ontario with greater access to public procurement opportunities, helping them […]

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Ontario Seeking Public Input on Initiatives to Combat Racism

Consultations to inform renewal of province’s Anti-Racism Strategic Plan The Ontario government is seeking input from the community as it launches a review of the province’s Anti-Racism Strategic Plan. The consultations will help inform programs supporting public education and awareness, community collaboration, and anti-racism initiatives like the Anti-Black Racism Strategy and the development of an Indigenous-focused […]

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Ontario Modernizing School Science Curriculum

Improved curriculum to emphasize critical life and job skills, including the skilled trades TORONTO — To ensure students have critical life and job skills, the Ontario government is introducing a new science and technology curriculum and de-streaming the Grade 9 science course for the upcoming 2022-23 school year. The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1 to 8: Science […]

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Ontario Investing in Additional Supports for People Experiencing Homelessness

New Homelessness Prevention Program Helping Break the Cycle of Home Insecurity WHITBY — The Ontario government is investing an additional $25 million annually in a new Homelessness Prevention Program to help more people experiencing or at risk of homelessness find the right housing services and other supports. The new program will simplify and streamline operations […]

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