Plan will connect up to 220,000 new homes and businesses
LUCAN — Families and businesses in rural and remote communities can look forward to high-speed internet and better cell phone service, Premier Doug Ford announced today.Read Full Story
Brampton — Ontario's government is protecting what matters most by working with its school board partners to support the expansion of new school buildings and child care spaces, as well as major renovations and additions to existing schools.Read Full Story
TORONTO — Across Ontario, 15 per cent of patients needlessly remain in hospitals waiting to transition to another, more appropriate health care facility or provider. This creates unnecessary strain on the health care system and worsens capacity pressures in Ontario's hospitals. That's why Ontario is investing in innovative frontline care solutions to help end hallway health care.Read Full Story
TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford today announced the Parliamentary Assistants that will hold special responsibilities as part of the Ontario Government.
Ontario's government is working for the people by supporting Northern Ontario's film and television industry in the Nipissing and Sudbury areas.
LONDON — Ontario's government is working for the people by investing up to $103.5 million in 10 new transit infrastructure projects that will mean safer roads, easier commutes and new jobs in the London area.
Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, released the following statement welcoming the second report from the Premier's Council on Improving Health Care and Ending Hallway Medicine:
TORONTO -The Premier's Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine today released its second report, providing advice on how to build a modern, sustainable and integrated health care system and solve the problem of hallway medicine.