Ontario Welcome Major Investment to Strengthen Home-Grown Manufacturing Capabilities

The Ontario government has secured a multi-million-dollar investment from Moderna Inc. to expand vaccine manufacturing and provide Ontarians with faster, more reliable access to life-saving vaccines.

Ontario is fighting auto theft 

The Ontario government is fighting auto theft by investing $51 million in new measures to help police identify and dismantle organized crime networks and put thieves behind bars.

Ontario Launching Debit Payment on PRESTO Devices

Province making it easier and more convenient to take transit BRAMPTON – The Ontario government […]

Member Statement: Jewish Heritage Month 2023

Jewish Heritage Month was legislated provincially in 2012, and Federally in 2018. It provides us with the unique opportunity to learn, share and celebrate the history and culture of Jewish Canadians. The Jewish population in Canada is approximately 400,000 people, making it the fourth-largest Jewish population in the world; Over half of that number is settled in Ontario.

Ontario Launching New Mental Health Learning and Increasing Funding

The Ontario government is updating the Grade 10 Career Studies curriculum and is introducing mandatory resources for teachers and students on mental health literacy in Grades 7 and 8.

Ontario to Celebrate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III

On May 6, 2023, Ontario will celebrate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and Her Majesty The Queen. This historic occasion will mark the first coronation of a Canadian Head of State in seven decades.

Ontario Takes Action on High-Risk and Repeat Violent Offenders

The Ontario government is investing $112 million to immediately strengthen the province’s bail system and ensure that high-risk and repeat violent offenders comply with their bail conditions.

Ontario Advancing Contract for Yonge North Subway Extension

Today, the province issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for the Advance Tunnel Contract, marking a significant milestone in its plan to reduce gridlock, connect people to jobs and make travel between York Region and Toronto faster and easier.

Ontario Getting More Boots on the Ground by Making it Easier to Recruit and Train Police Officers

The Ontario government is making it easier for police services across the province to recruit and train more police officers by removing tuition fees for the Basic Constable Training program at the Ontario Police College (OPC) and immediately expanding the number of recruits that can be trained each year.

Volkswagen’s New Electric Vehicle Battery Plant Will Create Thousands of New Jobs

ST. THOMAS — From mining critical minerals to building batteries and cars, Ontario and Canada […]