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  • Ontario Releases 2016-17 Public Accounts

    Today the province released the Public Accounts of Ontario, showing that Ontario's deficit for last year was $991 million--$3.3 billion lower than projected in the 2016 Budget and $0.5 billion lower than the interim projection in the 2017 Budget.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Extension Agreement Ratified with AMAPCEO

    The government of Ontario and the Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario (AMAPCEO) have ratified a four-year extension agreement.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Ontario Reaches Tentative Extension Agreement with AMAPCEO

    The province has reached a tentative agreement with the Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario (AMAPCEO) to extend the current collective agreement.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Ontario Reaches Tentative Extension Agreements with OPSEU

    The province has reached a tentative agreement with the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) to extend the current collective agreements for both the Unified and Correctional Bargaining Units.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • 2016 Ontario Public Sector Salaries Disclosed

    The government has released the salaries of Ontario Public Service and broader public sector employees who were paid $100,000 or more in 2016.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Pension Asset Expert Advisory Panel Submits Report

    The Pension Asset Expert Advisory Panel has released its independent advice and recommendations on the application of public sector accounting standards to two of Ontario's jointly sponsored pension plans: the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (OTPP) and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union Pension Plan (OPSEUPP). 

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • New Initiatives to Increase Public Engagement in Ontario

    Ontario is continuing to build on its commitment to become the most open government in the country by implementing new initiatives that will strengthen transparency, increase public engagement and boost accessibility across government.

    Bulletin | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Ontario Updating Executive Compensation Framework

    Ontario has amended the Executive Compensation Framework regulation to ensure broader public sector organizations can benchmark compensation for senior nuclear technical experts against other jobs that require the same unique skills and experience. This amendment will ensure Ontario is able to attract and retain the highly specialized executive talent necessary to safely operate its large nuclear facilities and generate Ontario's single largest source of emissions-free electricity.

    Bulletin | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Ontario Releases 2015-16 Public Accounts

    Ontario's Annual Report and Consolidated Financial Statements for 2015-16 show Ontario's deficit is $3.5 billion lower than the $8.5 billion projected in the 2015 Budget, with the province's deficit for 2015-16 at $5 billion. This is $0.7 billion lower than the $5.7 billion in the 2016 Budget interim projection.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

  • Last Year's Ontario Deficit $3.5 Billion Lower Than Projected

    Ontario's Annual Report and unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements for 2015-16 show Ontario's deficit is $3.5 billion lower than the $8.5 billion projected in the 2015 Budget, with the province's deficit for 2015-16 at $5 billion. This is $0.7 billion lower than the $5.7 billion in the 2016 Budget interim projection.

    News Release | Treasury Board Secretariat

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