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  • Online Intake Opens for Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

    TORONTO — Ontario's Government is working for the people to make the province's roads safer, commutes easier and communities healthier. The province has opened its 'one-window' online source for applicants of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program so that municipalities and Indigenous communities can easily nominate projects for funding under the program's first stream.

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  • Ontario Leads Infrastructure Trade Mission to Germany

    STUTTGART— Ontario's government is working for the people to build on the government's commitment to deliver infrastructure and make Ontario open for jobs and open for business.

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  • Ontario Launches $30 Billion Infrastructure Funding Program

    BADEN —Ontario's Government is working for the people to make the province's roads safer, commutes easier and communities healthier. Today, the province announced new infrastructure funding that will also help create and protect good jobs across the province. 

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  • Ontario Expanding Access to Natural Gas in Chatham-Kent

    DRESDEN — Ontario's Government is working for the people to lower heating costs, create jobs and make businesses more competitive by expanding access to natural gas in Chatham-Kent.

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  • Infrastructure Investments Improving Health Care in Chatham-Kent

    The Ontario government is investing in the Wallaceburg hospital site redevelopment to help patients and families in Chatham-Kent get the high-quality health care they need, closer to home, Infrastructure Minister Monte McNaughton announced today. 

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  • Province Brings Affordable Heating to Rural Ontario

    FENELON FALLS — The Ontario government is continuing to support the natural gas project to bring affordable heating to Fenelon Falls, Cameron and Cambray, which is already putting money back in people's pockets.

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  • Ontario Helps Small Municipalities Plan for Infrastructure Needs

    NEWBURY— Fifty-eight rural Ontario municipalities will receive expert infrastructure planning help, Monte McNaughton, Minister of Infrastructure and MPP for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, announced today. 

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