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  • Ontario Bringing High-Speed Internet to Remote First Nation Communities

    THUNDER BAY — The government is putting the people of Northern Ontario first by connecting five remote Matawa-member First Nation communities to fast, reliable and affordable Internet service. Today, Premier Doug Ford announced an investment of $30 million in the Matawa broadband project that will benefit more than 670 homes and institutions.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Investing $765 Million to Build New Public Safety Radio Network

    KENORA — Today, the Ontario government announced a key step forward in its commitment to support the work of frontline and emergency responders across the province. The government has selected Bell Mobility to rebuild core components of the aging Public Safety Radio Network (PSRN). The $765 million agreement to reconstruct core infrastructure, replace outdated equipment and maintain the new radio network will help keep communities safe.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Government Funding Critical Road Reconstruction in Kenora

    KENORA — Ontario is putting people first through a new infrastructure project in Kenora that will improve road safety and commutes for drivers by fixing potholes and tackling much-needed road repairs. 

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Statement from Premier Doug Ford

    TORONTO — Today Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, issued the following statement on the new Ontario-Toronto Transit Partnership:

    Statement | Office of the Premier

  • Statement from Premier Doug Ford

    TORONTO — Today Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, issued the following statement on Thanksgiving:

    Statement | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Stands With Manitoba

    TORONTO - Today, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister formally declared a state of emergency due to recent snowstorms and power outages.

    Statement | Office of the Premier

  • Statement from Premier Doug Ford

    TORONTO — Today, Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, issued the following statement on Yom Kippur:

    Statement | Office of the Premier

  • A Statement from Premier Doug Ford

    TORONTO - Today, Premier Doug Ford issued the following statement on the tentative agreement between the Government of Ontario, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), and the school board trustee associations:

    Statement | Office of the Premier

  • Premier Ford and Governor DeWine Begin Discussions to Remove Trade Barriers

    COLUMBUS, OHIO — Today, Premier Doug Ford and Ohio Governor Mike DeWine had a successful meeting where they committed to work together to strengthen trade ties, enhance business competitiveness, and improve the lives of the people they serve.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • More Funding for Toronto Police in Response to Gun Violence

    TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford joined Mayor John Tory to announce funding for new closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras to help police respond to Toronto's recent episodes of gun violence. This investment by the Ontario government will more than double the number of cameras currently operated by the Toronto Police Service.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Improving Transit in Barrie, Orillia, and Midland

    ORILLIA — Families and transit riders in Barrie, Orillia, and Midland can look forward to new buses, improved service, and a better transit experience, Premier Doug Ford announced today. 

    News Release | Office of the Premier

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