Author Archives: Ontario Government

Budget 2022 – Le plan de l’Ontario pour bâtir

Le ministre des Finances Peter Bethlenfalvy a publié le budget 2022. Le Plan to Build de l’Ontario repose sur cinq piliers : Reconstruire l’économie de l’Ontario Œuvrer pour les travailleurs Construire les routes et des infrastructures essentielles Garder les coûts bas Le Plan pour rester ouvert Le plan du gouvernement nous permettra de saisir les occasions que présentent les minéraux ...

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2022 Budget – Ontario’s Plan to Build

The Minister of Finance Peter Bethlenfalvy has released the 2022 Budget. Ontario’s Plan to Build has five pillars: Rebuilding Ontario’s Economy Working for Workers Building Highways and Key Infrastructure Keeping Costs Down A Plan to Stay Open The government’s plan will seize the opportunities in critical minerals, batteries and electric and hybrid vehicle manufacturing, help deliver better jobs and bigger ...

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L’Ontario fournit des fonds pour la santé mentale et la lutte contre les dépendances à l’Ontario Native Women’s Association

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario accorde 812 500 $ à l’Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) pour aider à accroître leurs ressources et la capacité d’offrir aux survivants des pensionnats indiens, à leurs familles et à leurs communautés une gamme de services de santé mentale et de toxicomanie adaptés à la culture et fondés sur les traumatismes.   Le financement aidera l’ONWA à fournir ...

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Ontario Providing Indian Residential School Supports to the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association

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The Ontario government is providing $200,000 to the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association (CSAA) to support their ongoing work at the site of the former Shingwauk Residential School and engaging with impacted communities.   Together with Algoma University and the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre, the CSAA will use the funding to develop and implement an engagement strategy with the 85 ...

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Ontario Providing Indian Residential School Supports to the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association

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The Ontario government is providing $200,000 to the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association (CSAA) to support their ongoing work at the site of the former Shingwauk Residential School and engaging with impacted communities.   Together with Algoma University and the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre, the CSAA will use the funding to develop and implement an engagement strategy with the 85 ...

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Ontario Providing Mental Health and Addictions Funding to the Ontario Native Women’s Association

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The Ontario government is providing $812,500 to the Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) to help increase their resources and capacity to deliver a range of culturally appropriate, trauma-based mental health and addictions supports to Indian Residential School Survivors, their families and communities. The funding will help ONWA provide safety supports, such as access to traditional land-based therapy, traditional medicines, addiction ...

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Les exigences en matière de port du masque se poursuivent dans certains milieux intérieurs

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Alors que l’Ontario continue de gérer efficacement la sixième vague de COVID-19, le médecin hygiéniste en chef maintient les exigences provinciales en vigueur en matière de port du masque dans certains milieux intérieurs à risque élevé jusqu’au 11 juin 2022. « Pour protéger nos progrès dans la gestion de cette dernière vague, je maintiens les exigences relatives au port du ...

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Masking Requirements Continue in Select Indoor Settings

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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. “To protect our progress in managing this latest wave, I am maintaining masking requirements in specific public settings where individuals who are, or may be, at increased risk ...

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Ontario Government Boosts Experimental Lakes Area Research

The Ontario government is investing $9.5 million to support vital research in the Experimental Lakes Area—the only freshwater research facility of its kind in the world. “The Experimental Lakes Area is the world’s most important freshwater research facility,” said Greg Rickford, Minister of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry. “The area is a living laboratory for critical research and ...

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Ontario launches First-Ever Review of Occupational Illnesses

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The Ontario government is launching the first-ever review of the province’s occupational illness system. Conducted by the MAP Centre for Urban Health Solutions at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, an independent research centre with expertise in studying complex community health issues, the review will evaluate how occupational illnesses in Ontario are identified, monitored, and prevented. The review will deliver lasting ...

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Rétablissement du service ferroviaire voyageurs entre Timmins et Toronto

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario investit 75 millions de dollars pour rétablir le service de transport ferroviaire de voyageurs dans le Nord-Est de l’Ontario, une option de transport clé qui avait été abandonnée en 2012. Le service sera réinstauré entre Timmins et Toronto, ce qui permettra de renforcer les liens avec le Nord de l’Ontario au moment où le gouvernement investit ...

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Reinstating Passenger Rail Service between Timmins and Toronto

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The Ontario government is investing $75 million to bring passenger rail service back to Northeastern Ontario, restoring a key transportation option that was previously cancelled in 2012. Service will be reinstated between Timmins and Toronto, helping to connect Northern Ontario as the government invests in unlocking the full economic potential of northern industries, resources and minerals. “The previous government chose ...

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Ontario Expanding Fourth-Dose Eligibility

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. Expanding booster eligibility will provide an extra layer of ...

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