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  • Sexual Violence, Mental Health Raised During Campus Tour

    - Preventing sexual violence on campus and improving mental health services for postsecondary students were among the main issues students raised with Premier Kathleen Wynne during her tour of Ontario colleges and universities.

  • Ontario Partners With Linamar

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today that Ontario is partnering with Linamar to create 1,200 jobs over the next 10 years.

  • Provincial Byelection Called in Sudbury

    - A writ was issued today under Section 9.1 of the Election Act for a byelection in the electoral district of Sudbury. The byelection will fill a vacancy created in the provincial parliament.

  • Supporting Families and Keeping Children Healthy

    - Starting Jan. 1, 2015, new regulations come into effect that will protect youth from the dangers of tobacco and support the government's commitment to achieve the lowest smoking rate in Canada.

  • Budget, China Trade Mission Among Highlights of 2014

    - The Ontario government made significant progress this year to build opportunity and security for the people of Ontario. During the summer, the government introduced the 2014 Budget, which laid out a plan to grow the economy and create jobs, while balancing the budget by 2017-18.

  • Building Ontario Up

    - The current sitting of the Ontario legislature wrapped up today, with the government making significant progress on implementing its four-part plan for Ontario. Since the session began in July, the government passed nine bills to improve the quality of life for people across the province by:

  • Union Pearson Express Ready for Spring Launch

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne today unveiled the new Union Pearson Express, a dedicated express train that will provide fast, reliable service between Canada's two busiest transportation hubs, Union Station in downtown Toronto, and the Toronto Pearson International Airport.