• Ontario Celebrates 30 Years of Cooperation with Jiangsu

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Honourable Luo Zhijin, Party Secretary of Jiangsu, celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Ontario-Jiangsu Friendship Accord by re-signing the agreement at an evening reception at the Royal Ontario Museum yesterday.

  • Province Takes Next Steps to Modernize Beer Retailing

    - In a move that offers consumers more convenience and choice while maintaining a strong commitment to social responsibility, the Ontario government is now accepting bids from grocery retailers interested in carrying beer.

  • Progress Made on Over 200 Infrastructure Projects Since April

    - Ontario is building safe, reliable infrastructure to help create jobs and ensure a bright future for the province. Since April, the province has announced support for more than 200 projects that will keep people and goods moving, strengthen the economy, connect communities and improve quality of life.

  • Province Will Help Bring Up To 10,000 Refugees to Ontario by End of 2016

    - Ontario is providing $8.5 million over two and a half years to support refugees, increase the number of refugees coming to Ontario, and help settle and integrate them once they arrive. Ontario is also supporting refugees' immediate needs by committing $2 million for Syrian relief efforts through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the UN World Food Programme.

  • Ontario Pilot Program Provides Work Experience and Career Coaching

    - The Ontario Government is helping more students make the transition between secondary and postsecondary education and training with Experience Ontario, a new pilot program designed to help young people identify and work towards their future goals.

  • Québec-Ontario Partnership Yields Results

    - Québec Premier Philippe Couillard and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne chaired a joint meeting of cabinet ministers today in Québec City. At the meeting, the Premiers signed two new Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), as well as an amendment to the Ontario-Québec Trade and Cooperation Agreement. The two provinces also agreed to take action in several key areas, including economic development, energy, pension administration and climate change.

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