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  • 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. 

  • Taking Action Against Sexual Violence and Harassment

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne today announced a package of initiatives to raise awareness of sexual violence and harassment, enhance prevention initiatives to combat sexual discrimination, harassment and violence, and improve support for victims.

  • Celebrating Agri-Food Innovation and Growth

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne honoured local agri-food industry innovators today and announced a new Growth Steering Committee to help drive agri-food industry growth and create jobs across the province.

  • Promoting Well-Being at School

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today a partnership with ACTIVE AT SCHOOL and the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea) to get children more active every day.

  • Renewed Québec-Ontario Partnership Leads to Results

    - Québec Premier Philippe Couillard and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne led a joint meeting of cabinet ministers in Toronto today and took action in several key areas including the signing of three sectoral MOUs and a declaration on the Francophonie.

  • Ontario Commemorates Remembrance Day

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne honoured the courage and sacrifices of veterans, soldiers and their families today during a Ceremony of Remembrance at Queen's Park.

  • Ontario Secures Honda Investment of $857 Million

    - Ontario is partnering with Honda to make the company's Alliston plant one of the most innovative in North America, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today. The partnership reinforces Ontario's position as a global leader in auto manufacturing, and will protect 4,000 highly skilled jobs at the plant and thousands more in the supply chain.

  • Taking the Next Step in Transparency

    - For the first time, Ontario has publicly released cabinet ministers' mandate letters to their Parliamentary Assistants, which outline their role and responsibilities in helping to deliver on the government's plan.