News

  • More Healthy, Active Spaces in Northern Ontario

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne visited Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie today, where she announced Ontario is partnering with the university to expand its athletics centre.

  • Helping More Students Pursue Postsecondary Education

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today that the government is taking steps to ensure that more students can pursue undergraduate degrees close to home. The province is inviting universities to submit proposals for new or expanded campuses in underserved areas (colleges are encouraged to partner with universities to submit proposals).

  • Ontario Dedicates Highway to Champion Canadian Skier

    - At a reception today to honour Ontario Olympic and Paralympic athletes participating in Sochi, Premier Wynne announced that Ontario has dedicated Highway 93 to honour the memory of Sarah Burke, champion freestyle skier and member of the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame.

  • Changes to Ontario's Cabinet

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne announced changes today to her cabinet that will see two new ministers join the team.

  • Premier's Statement on Linda Jeffrey

    - Premier Kathleen Wynne issued the following statement today thanking Linda Jeffrey for her service to the people of Ontario:

  • Fostering Talent and Skills for the New Economy

    - Today Premier Kathleen Wynne hosted representatives from the business, labour and academic communities for Ontario's first summit on Talent and Skills in the New Economy. She challenged participants to commit to implement one new initiative that will contribute to skills and talent development in the province.

  • Protecting Ontario's Middle-Income Earners

    - Ontario will move forward with a robust transportation and transit infrastructure plan. That plan will not include increases in the gas tax, HST or personal income taxes aimed at middle-income earners.

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