News

  • Championing Adult Literacy

    - The Ontario government announced today that Tim Nicholls Harrison, CEO of the Owen Sound and North Grey Union Public Library, is this year's recipient of Ontario's Council of the Federation Literacy Award.

  • Québec and Ontario Partner to Strengthen Central Canada's Economy

    - Québec Premier Philippe Couillard and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne met today and announced their commitment to reinvigorate and strengthen the relationship between the two provinces in order to reinforce regional partnership in central Canada.

  • Business Investments Creating Good Jobs

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne and Brad Duguid, the Minister of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure, visited Ubisoft Toronto today, where Ontario's partnership with the video game developer resulted in the creation of more than 330 highly skilled jobs with hundreds more on the way. The partnership leverages a $543-million investment from Ubisoft, which will create a total of 800 jobs by 2020.

  • Let the Countdown Begin to the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne marked the one-year countdown to the 2015 Pan American Games today at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square. The site will transform into PANAMANIA Live at Nathan Phillips Square, presented by CIBC, during the Games, and will host the new Cisco TORONTO 2015 Countdown Clock unveiled today.

  • Taking Steps to Fight Climate Change, Protect Health

    - Ontario is continuing to lead North America in fighting climate change and protecting the air that we breathe. Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today that the government is reintroducing legislation that would, if passed, permanently prohibit burning coal solely to generate electricity in the province.