Ontario's Government is tearing down barriers and cutting red tape to make it easier for people to find an affordable place to live in Ontario.
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Ontario's Government is committed to improving outcomes in Ontario's child protection system through the creation of three new roundtables dedicated to sharing ideas for improvement.
The Premier announced three new policy directions that Ontario's Government will adopt, in recognition of the significant and ongoing contributions of Franco-Ontarians and Francophones to Ontario over the past 400 years.
Ontario’s Government for the People Improving Patient and Family Access to Quality Health Care in Peel Region
Ontario's Government for the People is tapping into a network of community partners, including about 900 member organizations, agencies and partners, to help stop violence against women and improve services for survivors.
Tightly-regulated private cannabis retail store system will protect children and combat the illegal market.
Regulatory amendment enables police officers to administer naloxone to save victims of opioid overdoses without facing automatic criminal investigation if unsuccessful.
Province Creating Jobs and Investing in Better Health Facilities for Northern Ontario
Promoting Francophone immigration is a priority for the Government of Canada. As part of National Francophone Immigration Week, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced a number of key initiatives to improve and grow services for francophone immigrants.
Canada is expanding its biometrics collection program and is now taking steps to prepare for December 31, 2018, when nationals from countries in Asia, Asia Pacific and the Americas will need to give their biometrics (fingerprints and a photo) when applying for a visitor visa, study or work permit, or for permanent residence.