Provincial

Governments addressing agri-food labour challenges to strengthen food security and supply chains

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The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing $4 million to continue building a strong and competitive agri-food workforce. The second round of the Ontario Agri-Careers Support Initiative, which opens today and closes on September 8, 2022, provides funding for innovative pilot projects that are tailor-made to address employee needs at a local level. “By working together through the Canadian ...

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Missanabie Cree FN – Development Partner for Housing Now Indigenous-led site for Indigenous seniors in Toronto

Mayor John Tory and Chief Jason Gauthier, from the Missanabie Cree First Nation, have announced the Missanabie Cree First Nation as the development partner for new housing at 140 Merton St., Toronto. Mayor Tory and Chief Gauthier were joined by Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão (Davenport), Chair of the Planning and Housing Committee, Nicholas Gefucia, Vice President, EllisDon Community Builders, and ...

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Electronic Filing of Criminal Charges Now Available Provincewide

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The Ontario government has expanded the use of the eIntake digital platform to include the Eastern region, making the platform available right across the province. eIntake expedites the process for law enforcement officers to file criminal charges electronically and streamlines the information shared between police, other enforcement agencies and courts in real time. It also allows Justices of the Peace ...

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le dépôt électronique d’accusations criminelles est désormais accessible à l’échelle de la province

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Le gouvernement de l’Ontario a étendu l’utilisation de son Système de transmission électronique des dossiers à la région de l’Est, rendant ainsi la plateforme accessible dans toute la province. Le Système accélère le processus de dépôt électronique des accusations criminelles par les agents de la paix et simplifie le partage en temps réel des renseignements entre la police, les autres ...

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Opioid Damages Settlement Secured with Purdue Pharma (Canada)

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Ontario, British Columbia, all other provinces and territories and the federal government have secured a $150 million settlement with Purdue Pharma (Canada) in a proposed class action. This is the largest settlement of a governmental health claim in Canadian history. The opioid crisis continues to be devastating for people across the country in terms of lives lost, families torn apart ...

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Atteinte d’un règlement de l’action liée aux opioïdes avec Purdue Pharma (Canada)

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Ontario, la Colombie-Britannique, les autres provinces et territoires et le gouvernement fédéral ont atteint une entente d’une valeur de 150 millions de dollars avec Purdue Pharma (Canada) dans le cadre d’un recours collectif proposé. Il s’agit du règlement le plus important d’une réclamation gouvernementale en recouvrement des coûts des soins de santé de l’histoire du Canada. La crise des opioïdes ...

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Le premier ministre Doug Ford annonce la nomination d’adjoints et d’adjointes parlementaires

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Le premier ministre Doug Ford a présenté l’équipe d’adjoints et d’adjointes parlementaires qui soutiendra son Conseil des ministres dans la réalisation du plan ambitieux du gouvernement pour bâtir l’Ontario. Les portefeuilles des adjoints et adjointes parlementaires sont les suivants : Lorne Coe, adjoint parlementaire au premier ministre Andrea Khanjin, adjointe parlementaire au ministre des Affaires intergouvernementales Robin Martin, adjointe parlementaire ...

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Premier Doug Ford Unveils Parliamentary Assistants

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Premier Doug Ford unveiled the team of parliamentary assistants that will support cabinet in delivering the government’s ambitious plan to build Ontario. Parliamentary assistant accountabilities are as follows: Lorne Coe, Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier Andrea Khanjin, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Robin Martin, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health Dawn Gallagher Murphy, Parliamentary Assistant to ...

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Robinson Huron Treaty First Nations continue to ask Premier Ford to suspend Ontario’s appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada

The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision to proceed with hearing Ontario’s appeal of the Robinson Treaties annuity case. Now, the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund (RHTLF) call on Premier Ford to honour the promise he made during his election campaign to negotiate a settlement of the Robinson Treaties Annuity case. The RHTLF further urges the Premier to put ...

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The NWMO completes successful engineering demonstration

  The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) has successfully completed a full-scale demonstration of the engineered barriers that will safely contain and isolate Canada’s used nuclear fuel in a deep geological repository. This important safety and technical achievement was the culmination of more than eight years of preparation, including the design and fabrication of specialized prototype equipment and components by ...

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Premier Doug Ford Honours the Memory of the Afzaal Family

Today, Premier Doug Ford released the following statement: “One year ago today, a horrific act of hate-motivated terrorism claimed the lives of four innocent people and left a young boy without his family. Today, as we continue to grieve this tragic and senseless loss, I join all Ontarians in honouring the memory of the Afzaal family. Racism, hate and discrimination ...

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L’ACCP célèbre la Semaine de la santé mentale de l’ACSM

Cette semaine marque la Semaine de la santé mentale de l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale (ACSM), qui encourage les Canadiens à #GetReal sur la façon d’aider soi-même ainsi que les autres. L’Association canadienne de counseling et de psychothérapie (ACCP) appuie cette initiative et encourage les Canadiens à réfléchir à la façon dont ils peuvent utiliser l’empathie pour se soutenir ...

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CCPA Celebrates CMHA Mental Health Week

This week marks the Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) Mental Health Week, encouraging Canadians to #GetReal about how to help yourself and others. The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) supports this initiative and encourages Canadians to consider how they can use empathy to support themselves as well as their family, friends and community. “As counsellors, counselling therapists and psychotherapists, ...

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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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