Author Archives: Ontario Government

L’Ontario lutte contre l’intimidation dans les écoles grâce à un nouveau financement et à un protocole de lutte contre l’intimidation mis à jour

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Durant la Semaine de la sensibilisation à l’intimidation et de la prévention, le ministre de l’Éducation, Stephen Lecce, accompagné de Raymond Cho, le ministre des Services aux aînés et de l’Accessibilité, et de Sam Oosterhoff, l’adjoint parlementaire au ministre de l’Éducation, a rencontré des partenaires et a annoncé un nouveau financement pour lutter contre l’intimidation et la discrimination dont font ...

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Ontario Combats Bullying in Schools with New Funding & Updated Anti-Bullying Protocol

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During Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, joined by Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility, and Sam Oosterhoff, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Education, met with partners to announce new funding to combat bullying and discrimination against students with disabilities, and unveiled a strengthened plan to counter bullying in-class and online. This updated anti-bullying ...

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Ontario Building Municipal Infrastructure in the North – NORDS

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The Ontario government is providing $15 million annually to northern municipalities to help support infrastructure projects over the next five years. The new Northern Ontario Resource Development Support (NORDS) Fund will share the benefits of mining and forestry with municipalities and complement existing funding streams for building infrastructure. “Our government is delivering on our commitment to share the benefits of ...

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OL’Ontario bâtit l’infrastructure municipale dans le Nord – Fonds SERNO

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario accorde 15 millions de dollars chaque année aux municipalités dans le Nord de l’Ontario pour aider à soutenir les projets d’infrastructure au cours des cinq prochaines années. Le nouveau Fonds de soutien à l’exploitation des richesses naturelles dans le Nord de l’Ontario (Fonds SERNO) permettra aux municipalités de bénéficier des activités minières et forestières et s’ajoutera ...

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Mobile Live Fire Training Unit Hits the Road for Firefighter Training

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Ontario is launching the first of two new Mobile Live Fire Training Units to help support fire services’ firefighter training needs. The new mobile training units, part of the province’s plan to expand and modernize access to firefighting training, will bring additional high-quality, hands-on training directly to fire services in all regions of the province. “As we work to build ...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Bookings to Open For All Children Aged Five to 11

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Following Health Canada’s approval of the paediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, children aged five to 11 will be eligible to book their appointment to receive the vaccine beginning Tuesday, November 23, 2021. Approximately one million children aged five to 11 are eligible to receive the vaccine which will help protect Ontario’s progress in the fight against COVID-19 and keep the province’s ...

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Ontario Enhancing COVID-19 Winter Testing

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The Ontario government is enhancing COVID-19 testing by expanding the number of testing locations and making it more convenient to access publicly funded testing for those who need it. These new testing options are being deployed as more people head indoors and attend family gatherings during the colder winter months. “While vaccination remains the best way to protect against COVID-19, ...

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L’Ontario améliore le dépistage de la COVID 19 pour l’hiver

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario améliore le dépistage de la COVID-19 en augmentant le nombre de lieux de dépistage et en rendant plus pratique l’accès au dépistage financé par les fonds publics pour les personnes qui en ont besoin. Ces nouvelles options de dépistage sont déployées alors que de plus en plus de personnes se réfugient à l’intérieur et participent à ...

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Ontario Secures Major Investment in Clean Steelmaking Technology in Sault Ste. Marie

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The Ontario government is building Ontario by attracting jobs and investment in every corner of the province, including historic and transformative investments such as Algoma Steel’s all-new low-emission Electric Arc Furnace (EAF). “Previously, Algoma Steel was buried in red tape, facing unpredictable skyrocketing hydro costs, and struggling to stay competitive, keep the lights on, and support current and retired workers,” ...

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L’Ontario met sur pause la levée des limites de capacité dans le reste des environnements où une preuve de vaccination est exigée

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario, en consultation avec le médecin hygiéniste en chef, met sur pause la levée des limites de capacité du reste des environnements à risque élevé qui sont décrits dans le Plan pour un déconfinement prudent en Ontario et le contrôle à long terme de la COVID-19. Cette mesure est prise par souci de prudence alors que la ...

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Ontario Enhancing Supports for Veterans and their Families expanding True Patriot Love Foundation

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The Ontario government is investing more than $529,000 through the True Patriot Love Foundation to expand access to specialized mental health services and support for Ontario’s veterans returning to civilian life. The funding will be directed to community-based programs offering group counselling, and supports for women who suffered sexual trauma during combat. “Our veterans have made tremendous sacrifices to keep ...

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Ontario Increasing Access to Safe Housing for Survivors of Violence and Human Trafficking

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The Ontario government is investing $18.5 million over three years to support survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking by increasing access to safe and affordable housing, employment assistance and childcare through the Transitional and Housing Support Program. The funding will enhance access to services at five on-reserve Indigenous shelter and family healing programs and help alleviate long-term pressures on ...

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Safer Communities Contribute to a Stronger Ontario

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As Ontario marks Crime Prevention Week, the government is calling on Ontarians to get involved in their communities by taking a few simple steps to protect their own safety and make crime prevention a year-round habit. Crime Prevention Week, which runs November 7 to 13, is an annual awareness event in partnership with the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. ...

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