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  • Ontario Funding Hospice Beds in Elgin Region

    Ontario Funding Hospice Beds in Elgin Region

    ST. THOMAS — Ontarians nearing the end of their lives deserve the choice to receive end-of-life care at home or in the community in a comfortable setting. This is often not the case, with many patients still receiving palliative care in hospitals. That's why Ontario is committed to providing more appropriate and compassionate palliative care services for patients and families in the Elgin region.  

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  • Ontario Supporting Hospital Expansion in Uxbridge

    Ontario Supporting Hospital Expansion in Uxbridge

    Investments in Hospital Infrastructure Will Help End Hallway Health Care

    UXBRIDGE — Patients and families in growing communities like Uxbridge are receiving care in facilities with aging infrastructure and not enough capacity to meet growing demands. That's why Ontario is investing in hospital infrastructure projects in communities across the province to add more beds and help end hallway health care. 

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  • Ontario Appoints Special Advisors to Review Workplace Safety and Insurance Board

    The Ontario government is launching a review of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) to ensure workers and their families remain supported and protected in the workplace. The review will provide the government with new information regarding the board's operations and how it compares to industry best practices.

    News Release | Labour
  • Better Broadband Service Coming Soon to Wellington County

    PALMERSTON — Ontario's Government is funding expansion of broadband internet into the southwest, Infrastructure Minister Monte McNaughton announced today, as he unveiled a key piece of the province's budget commitment to improve people's connections, no matter where they live. 

    News Release | Infrastructure
  • Taking Action to Remove Barriers for People with Disabilities

    TORONTO — People with disabilities and seniors deserve to remain engaged in their communities and represent a huge potential employee and customer base. Many buildings in Ontario continue to be a challenge for people with disabilities and seniors. When buildings are not accessible, people are shut out from fully participating in everyday life, businesses fail to reach their full potential, and communities are not as welcoming as they should be.

    Ontario is focusing on what matters most to people with disabilities and seniors by helping to remove barriers in buildings and making communities more accessible.  

    News Release | Seniors and Accessibility
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