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Ontario Providing Access to the Latest Technology for Diabetes Care

Improving the health and quality of life for people living with diabetes TORONTO — The Ontario government is making it more affordable for Ontarians living with type 1 diabetes to monitor their blood glucose levels by providing coverage for real-time continuous glucose monitors, the latest technology in diabetes care, through the province’s Assistive Devices Program. […]

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Province Launches Intellectual Property Ontario

New agency will help innovators and businesses commercialize their “Ontario-made” ideas and products TORONTO — The Ontario government is continuing to support the province’s innovators through the launch of its new agency, Intellectual Property Ontario. The new board-governed agency will serve as a go-to resource for Intellectual Property (IP) expertise to help researchers and companies maximize […]

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Ontario Mandating Naloxone Kits in High-Risk Workplaces

New measures would improve worker safety and save lives TORONTO — The Ontario government has introduced legislation to protect workers on the job and save lives. If passed, the Working for Workers Act, 2022 (Working for Workers Act 2), will require workplaces that are at risk of a worker opioid overdose to have naloxone kits. The legislation would […]

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Ontario Establishing General Minimum Wage for Digital Platform Workers

New rights and protections will rebalance the scales and improve working conditions for gig economy TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government is introducing the Working for Workers Act, 2022 (Working for Workers Act 2), which would, if passed, continue to lead the country in building a stronger economy that works for everyone. Included in the legislation are […]

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Ontario Removing Barriers for Out-of-Province Skilled Workers

Government working for workers as it tackles labour shortage by making it easier for in-demand professionals and tradespeople to come work and live in Ontario LONDON — The Ontario government will introduce changes that would help workers in over 30 in-demand professions move here with their families while continuing their careers. The changes, if passed, would […]

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Ontario Asking Citizens to Embrace the Ontario Spirit and Volunteer

New portal matching volunteers with opportunities to help out during an emergency TORONTO — The Ontario government is calling on citizens 16 years of age and older to help their communities in times of crisis by joining Volunteer Corps Ontario. The new program will register, screen and train volunteers so Ontario is better prepared to mobilize […]

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Province Invests in Leading Southwestern Ontario Manufacturers to Boost Regional Economy

Ontario supports more than $44 million surge into the Windsor-area economy with over $2 million Regional Development Program investment WINDSOR – The Ontario government is supporting an investment of more than $44 million by three leading southwestern Ontario companies to strengthen local manufacturing, create jobs, attract new investment and boost regional economic recovery. The province […]

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Free Workplace Safety Plan Builder

As an employer, it is important to have a plan for how you will help to prevent occupational illnesses and injuries in your workplace. Using this tool can help you to think through some of the COVID-19 risks in your workplace. You will then choose the actions you are taking to make your workplace safer. […]

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Ontario Launches Program to Support Advanced Manufacturers Across Province

$40-million investment will support innovation and growth and secure high-skill, well-paid jobs for the people of Ontario TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government launched the Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Competitiveness (AMIC) program to help companies get the tools, technology and talent they need to grow, compete and innovate in an increasingly competitive global market. As part of […]

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