Ontario Helping Low-Income Seniors

Government investing in the proposed expansion of the GAINS program THORNHILL — MPP Laura Smith […]

Building a Strong Ontario

Lean more about the 2023 Ontario Budget

Ontario Introducing New Investment Tax Credit for Manufacturers

To attract additional investment in the province’s economy, the Ontario government is announcing plans for a new Ontario Made Manufacturing Investment Tax Credit to help local manufacturers grow, innovate, become more competitive and create jobs.

Ontario Building Training Centres

To help tackle the province’s labour shortage and get more people into rewarding careers in the skilled trades, the Ontario government is investing $224 million more to build and upgrade training centres.

Ontario Introducing Highest Fines in Canada for Withholding Worker Passports

oday, the Ontario government is introducing the Working for Workers Act, 2023, which would, if passed, continue to lead the country in providing ground-breaking protections for workers.

Canada and Ontario welcome historic investment from Volkswagen

Volkswagen, Europe’s largest automaker, announced that its subsidiary PowerCo will establish an electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing facility in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.

Applications now open for Inclusive Community Grants 

Ontario Invests in Inclusive and Accessible Communities  THORNHILL — Today, MPP Laura Smith was proud […]

$36,000 OTF Grant gives Opera York support to reconnect to the community

On Friday night as the cast for Opera York’s production of Mozart’s Magic Flute were readying to take the stage, Philip Trow, President of Opera York welcomed MPP Laura Smith and MPP Daisy Wai to say a few words about the impact of a $36,000 Resilient Communities Fund grant that the group received last year from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). 

Queen’s Park Question Period: Battery Recycling

THORNHILL, ON, March 2, 2023 – Call2Recycle and Earth Rangers kicked off the first Ontario […]

Ontario Helping More Students Enter the Skilled Trades Faster

The Ontario government is preparing young people for in-demand and well-paying careers by allowing students in grade 11 to transition to a full-time, skilled trades apprenticeship program.