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floodstopsignalThe Ontario government is providing $5.5 million to 22 small municipalities affected by significant weather events in 2022. Funding will assist with the clearing of downed trees and other debris as well as forest regeneration to protect against future weather risks like forest fires.

“We heard from small municipalities hardest hit by last year’s extreme weather that they need support

nursepicketThe Ford government’s provincial budget released today continues the march toward private, for-profit health care at the expense of Ontarians’ health and pocketbooks, says the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA).

“ONA and our 68,000 front-line nurses and health-care professionals continue to witness the detrimental impacts of this government’s policy decisions ...

hydrorebateOntario Greens leader and MPP for Guelph Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to reports that the Ford government will spend more than $6 billion subsidizing hydro rates over the next year.

"For years, Ontario Greens have been calling on the government to stop funding irresponsible energy subsidies for the wealthy ... "

drkeiranmooreDr. Kieran Moore, Chief Medical Officer of Health, issued the following statement about the release of his 2022 Annual Report titled “Being Ready: Ensuring Public Health Preparedness for Infectious Outbreaks and Pandemics”:

“Over the past three years, the COVID-19 pandemic required sacrifices from individuals, families, business, the health care system and ....

transitsignThe Ontario government is providing more money to support the expansion and improvement of public transit services in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound and Huron-Bruce.

The funding is part of the province’s gas tax program. The funding for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound and Huron-Bruce is as follows ...



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