Author Archives: Ontario Government

Ontario Recognizes Seventh Annual Treaties Recognition Week

Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, issued the following statement on Treaties Recognition Week: “This week, Ontario is marking the seventh annual Treaties Recognition Week by encouraging students and the public to learn more about treaties and how they form the basis of the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in this province. Treaties Recognition Week was introduced by the ...

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L’Ontario réagit à l’Énoncé économique de l’automne fédéral

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Peter Bethlenfalvy, ministre des Finances, a fait la déclaration suivante aujourd’hui en réaction à l’Énoncé économique de l’automne de 2022 du gouvernement fédéral : « Notre gouvernement se réjouit d’un grand nombre des initiatives annoncées dans l’Énoncé économique de l’automne rendu public aujourd’hui, mais nous ne pouvons nous empêcher de remarquer l’absence de soutien pour mettre de l’avant des projets ...

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Ontario Responds to Federal Fall Economic Statement

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Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance, issued the following statement in response to the federal government’s 2022 Fall Economic Statement: “While our government welcomes many of the initiatives included in today’s Fall Economic Statement, we can’t help but notice the absence of support to move transformational projects forward that are critical to Ontario and Canada’s economic success. Although we welcome funding ...

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Ontario to Create Four new Behavioural Specialized Units (BSU) in Southern Ontario

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The Ontario government is investing $5.91 million to create four new Behavioural Specialized Units (BSU) at long-term care homes in Ajax, Penetanguishene and Scarborough. These additional units will provide more vulnerable long-term care residents with complex care needs like dementia with safe, quality care in the comfort of a home instead of a hospital. “Our government is expanding the number ...

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L’Ontario créera quatre nouvelles unités spécialisées en comportement (UBS) dans le sud de l’Ontario

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario investit 5,91 millions de dollars pour créer quatre nouvelles unités de soutien en cas de troubles du comportement dans des foyers de soins de longue durée à Ajax, à Penetanguishene et à Scarborough. Ces unités supplémentaires permettront à un plus grand nombre de résidents vulnérables des foyers de soins de longue durée ayant des besoins de ...

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Ontario’s plan will get 1.5 million homes built over the next 10 years

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario a déposé aujourd’hui le projet de loi intitulé Loi de 2022 visant à accélérer la construction de plus de logements, qui prévoit des mesures audacieuses pour réaliser le plan de la province visant à atténuer la crise du logement grâce à la construction de 1,5 million d’habitations sur les 10 prochaines années. Si elles sont adoptées, les propositions énoncées dans ...

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Ontario’s plan will get 1.5 million homes built over the next 10 years

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The Ontario government has introduced the More Homes Built Faster Act, which takes bold action to advance the province’s plan to address the housing crisis by building 1.5 million homes over the next 10 years. The proposals in the More Homes Built Faster Act would, if passed, ensure that cities, towns and rural communities grow with a mix of ownership and ...

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La province prend des mesures pour favoriser le rattrapage des élèves

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Oct 21, 2022 at 07:23 Stephen Lecce, le ministre de l’Éducation, a annoncé les prochaines étapes du Plan de l’Ontario pour le rattrapage, qui se fonde sur l’engagement du gouvernement visant veiller à ce que les élèves poursuivent leur appentissage en restant en classe pendant toute l’année scolaire. À la suite de la publication des résultats de l’OQRE pour 2021-2022, ...

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Province Takes Action to Ensure Students Catch Up

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Oct 21, 2022 at 07:23 Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, has announced next steps on Ontario’s Plan to Catch Up, anchored by the government’s commitment to keep students in class learning for the entirety of the school year. Following the release of EQAO results for 2021-22, which are consistent with global trends, it is clear that Ontario students need to ...

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Local Government Week (October 16 – 22)

Today, Minister Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing issued the following statement to commemorate Local Government Week from October 16 – 22, 2022: “Ontario’s 444 municipalities are critical partners of the provincial government, with many responsibilities and essential services which our communities rely on. Municipalities also help our government tackle complex issues—from building housing and supporting growth to ...

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Ontario to add 4,000MW of new electricity Generation & Storage Resources

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The Ontario government has directed the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) to acquire 4,000 MW of new electricity generation and storage resources to ensure the province has the electricity it needs to support a growing population and economy. “Our government is building the electricity generation and storage needed to support our success in driving electrification and attracting new jobs to ...

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Ontario Marks National Disability Employment Awareness Month

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Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility, released the following statement: “This year’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month comes at a time when many employers in Ontario and across Canada are in a fierce competition to secure the best talent. One way businesses can find this talent is by connecting to the large talent pool of skilled workers who are ...

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Octobre marque le Mois national de la sensibilisation à l’emploi des personnes en situation de handicap

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Raymond Cho, ministre des Services aux aînés et de l’Accessibilité, a publié la déclaration qui suit : « Cette année, le Mois national de la sensibilisation à l’emploi des personnes en situation de handicap se déroule dans un contexte où de nombreux employeurs en Ontario et partout au Canada se livrent une concurrence féroce pour recruter les meilleurs talents. L’une ...

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L’Ontario célèbre le Mois de l’histoire des femmes

Charmaine Williams, ministre associée des Perspectives sociales et économiques pour les femmes, a publié la déclaration suivante : « Octobre est le Mois de l’histoire des femmes, une occasion de célébrer les femmes et les filles de la province. Le thème de cette année, Elle m’a ouvert la voie, souligne les réalisations passées de femmes qui ont servi d’inspiration aux ...

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October is Women’s History Month

Charmaine Williams, Associate Minister of Women’s Social and Economic Opportunity, released the following statement: “October is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate women and girls across the province. This year’s theme She Did, So Now I Can is an opportunity to highlight women’s past contributions which have inspired women and girls who are leading the way today. Women are ...

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