Ontario is providing free training for students in Oakville to support successful careers in the skilled trades.
Ontario is lowering electricity bills by 25 per cent on average for all residential customers as part of a significant system restructuring that will address long-standing policy challenges and ensure greater fairness.
Ontario is boosting support for Oakville, providing us with reliable, long-term funding to improve and expand local transit and offer more travel options for commuters and families.
Employment in Ontario increased by 28,800 in January — bolstered by gains in manufacturing, finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing, and accommodation and food services sectors.
Ontario is moving forward on its commitment to improve convenience and choice for people across the province by expanding sale of beer and cider to 80 more grocery stores.
Ontario is reminding seniors who are turning 65 in 2017 that, starting January 1,2017 they will be eligible to get the shingles vaccine free of charge, saving them approximately $170 and helping them stay healthy.
Ontario is helping seniors in Oakville continue to connect with and contribute to their communities by supporting local programs that help them stay involved, learn new skills and lead active lives.
Ontario is helping Oakville enhance and expand its public transit in order to reduce congestion, shorten commute times, and help people get to where they’re going faster.
I am pleased to announce that effective immediately I will be assuming the role of Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, replacing my long-time colleague David Orazietti who has stepped down from provincial politics.
Ontario is introducing a year-long pilot that will use electronic highway signs to show drivers nearby transit information and promote alternative travel options, to help manage congestion and get people where they’re going sooner.Next Page »