Gatineau upgraded urban parks

Gatineau residents to benefit from upgraded urban parks

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CED grants $130,500 to the Conseil régional de l’environnement et du développement durable de l’Outaouais (CREDDO) to plant trees in Gatineau’s urban parks. Gatineau – Shared public spaces such as parks are at the heart of our communities. They are important for residents and visitors, as well as for businesses contributing to our regions’ dynamism. The pandemic has led us to rethink …

Public Health Agency of Canada

Tentative Agreement Reached on Renewed Public Service Health Care Plan

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Ottawa – The Government of Canada announced today that it has reached a tentative agreement with Bargaining Agents and retiree representatives on a renewed Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP) that is both fair to its employees and reasonable for Canadians. The modernized plan provides enhanced support for members at no additional cost to taxpayers. New features of the Plan …

Associate Finance Minister Mona Fortier

Canada honours national historic significance of WW II code breakers

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Ottawa – Mona Fortier, President of the Treasury Board and Member of Parliament for Ottawa-Vanier, commemorated the national historic significance of Canada’s first cryptographic bureau, the Examination Unit (XU) during a special ceremony to unveil a plaque at Laurier House National Historic Site. The announcement was made on behalf of the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change …

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Ontario Government Providing More Relief at the Pumps

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Ontario – Premier Doug Ford was joined in Brampton this morning by Finance Minister Bethlenfalvy, Transportation Minister Mulroney and President of the Treasury Board, Minister Sarkaria, to mark the upcoming cut in Ontario’s gas tax. As part of its plan to keep costs down for Ontario families and businesses, the Ontario government is providing more relief at the pumps by …

Dr. Merrilee Fullerton Minister of Long Term Care

Landmark Legislation to Keep Ontario Open

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Pandemic and Emergency Preparedness Act, 2022 supports Ontario’s Plan to Stay Open by building a stronger, more resilient health system TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government passed the Pandemic and Emergency Preparedness Act, 2022, a critical component of the province’s Plan to Stay Open. Among other measures, the legislation bolsters Ontario’s health workforce by recognizing foreign-credentialed workers and giving publicly-funded personal support workers …

News 3 Prabmeet Sarkaria

Mandating Robust PPE Stockpile to Support Plan to Stay Open

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Province is the first Canadian jurisdiction to enact specific legislation to prepare for future crises MILTON – The Ontario government is protecting people against future unforeseen emergencies by introducing legislation to ensure that a healthy and robust stockpile of personal protective equipment (PPE) and critical supplies and equipment (CSE) is available at all times. The first legislation of its kind …

News 3 Prabmeet Sarkaria

Training More Doctors in Scarborough 

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Province Launching Largest Expansion of Medical School Education in Over 10 Years SCARBOROUGH — The Ontario government is increasing the number of both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education positions at the University of Toronto as part of its plan to train and retain more doctors across Ontario and to build a stronger, more resilient health care system. This will ensure …

Associate Finance Minister Mona Fortier

Over $6.8m offered to Saint Paul University in Ottawa

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OTTAWA – Our two official languages are a source of pride and a comparative advantage for Canada. The Government of Canada understands the importance of ensuring that all Canadians can receive an education in the official language of their choice. That is why it supports post-secondary institutions such as Saint Paul University, which plays a central role in the revitalization of Francophone communities …