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  • Ontario Boosting Special Education in the North

    Ontario Boosting Special Education in the North

    Province Providing More Support for 20,000 Students in Northern Ontario

    The province is increasing support for approximately 20,000 students with special education needs across Northern Ontario, to help ensure that every student can be successful and reach their full potential. 

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  • Bringing High Speed Rail to the Toronto-Windsor Corridor

    Bringing High Speed Rail to the Toronto-Windsor Corridor

    Project will Connect People and Create Good Jobs

    High speed rail cuts down on travel times, gives people more low-carbon transportation options, and creates new opportunities for workers and businesses. Ontario is supporting economic growth in Southwestern Ontario and across the province by moving forward with high speed rail along the Toronto-Windsor corridor, becoming the first province to undertake a rail transformation of this magnitude.

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  • Protect Yourself from Ticks This Summer

    Protect Yourself from Ticks This Summer

    Province Reminding People about the Harmful Effects of Lyme Disease

    As the first long weekend of the summer approaches, Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, and Dr. David Williams, Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health, are reminding people in Ontario to be cautious and protect themselves from tick bites, especially when participating in outdoor activities during the warm summer months.

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  • McGuinty Government Resumes Legislature

    TORONTO -- Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty today announced that he has asked the Lieutenant Governor to convene the Legislature and present his government's plan for implementing real, positive change in the upcoming Speech from the Throne.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • A Responsible Approach, For A Change

    TORONTO -- Ontario's new government will act to eliminate the Tory deficit so it can deliver on its campaign promises to provide real, positive change, said Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • McGuinty Moves Forward On Promised Support For Health Council

    QUEBEC CITY -- The McGuinty government moved forward on another campaign commitment today with promised support for the National Health Council. The McGuinty government is committed to making our public health care system more transparent and accountable to all Ontarians. The National Health Council will reinforce our own efforts to report to Ontarians on our progress in making medicare more open, transparent and accountable.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
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