Ontario is improving access to care in Halton, helping to reduce wait times and support increased access to services that patients and families rely on.
Within the next five years, the Ontario government will create an additional 100,000 new, licensed child care spaces for Ontario’s working families.
Ontario is supporting parents in Halton with 117 Parents Reaching Out (PRO) Grants to local school councils, totalling $114,319.
Premier Kathleen Wynne today announced a change to her cabinet that will help strengthen supports for parents and give children the best possible start in life.
Thanks to new funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF), ActiveChefs, a federal not-for-profit organization that promotes a healthy active lifestyle for young people, will be able to expand operations throughout Halton.
Ontario is moving ahead with its commitment to provide financial assistance to municipalities severely affected by the December 2013 ice storm.
Ontario’s provincial high school graduation rate has increased again. More students are gaining the skills and knowledge they need to thrive and prosper. The rate of students graduating in Ontario within five years of starting ...
On Tuesday afternoon, Ontario Trillium Foundation volunteer Bill Allison and I paid a visit to Food4Kids’ Oakville location to formally congratulate them on receiving a $105,100 grant from the Foundation. This was welcome news for ...