Regulatory amendment enables police officers to administer naloxone to save victims of opioid overdoses without facing automatic criminal investigation if unsuccessful.
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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.
The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced the new multi-year immigration levels plan for 2019-2021. This new immigration plan will benefit all Canadians because immigrants contribute to Canada’s economic growth and help keep Canada competitive in a global economy.
Proposed Legislation Would Provide Consistent, Fair and Transparent Access to Service Animals in Schools
Today, Ontario Minister of Transportation delivered remarks at the arrive alive DRIVE SOBER conference, focusing on protecting youth, supporting law enforcement and ensuring road safety within the province's tightly controlled cannabis market.
Ontario's Government is encouraging Ontario families to get their free flu shot to stay healthy and prevent hospital visits this flu season.
Canada has made marijuana (cannabis) legally available to adults under strict new laws.
TORONTO - Ontario's Government for the People is planning to provide those who are struggling with opioid and other drug addictions the first steps towards treatment through new wraparound health and social services beginning in January 2019.