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Ontario Supporting LGBTQ Community at 2015 Games

Ontario Supporting LGBTQ Community at 2015 Games

#PrideHouseTO Inclusion and Diversity to be a Centrepiece of Games Ontario is continuing to make inclusion and diversity a priority for the TORONTO 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games. With provincial support, PrideHouse Toronto (PrideHouseTO) is committed to making the 2015 Games a [Read more]

“Conservatives set the bar low for sound economic management” says Hughes

“Conservatives set the bar low for sound economic management” says Hughes

You may remember how money earmarked to secure the border actually built gazebos in Tony Clement’s riding in preparation for the G8/G20 meetings before those chin-wags were ultimately moved to Toronto.  At the time the story was eclipsed by the $2 million fake lake in the media centre for the [Read more]

Federal security chiefs warned days before Ottawa Shooting (CBC Video)

Federal security chiefs warned days before Ottawa Shooting (CBC Video)

Published by CBC’s  The National youtube channel, November 24th, 2014 Ottawa shooting: Federal security chiefs warned days before attack A top-level federal memo warning of a potential “violent act of terrorism in Canada” was distributed by the prime minister’s staff five [Read more]

Strengthening Health Care Research in Thunder Bay

Strengthening Health Care Research in Thunder Bay

Ontario is supporting medical research that will lead to improved care for patients while creating jobs in Thunder Bay. With nearly $900,000 in support from the province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation(NOHFC), two projects are enhancing health care research and boosting the [Read more]

Northshore & Greenstone Town Hall Meetings Re:Nuclear Waste Storage

Northshore & Greenstone Town Hall Meetings Re:Nuclear Waste Storage

NORTHWESTERN, ON – November 9-14, 2014 Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Canada hosted a series of town hall meetings throughout the region. Meetings were held in Thunder Bay, Nakina, Geraldton, Longlac, Schreiber, and Manitouwadge with [Read more]

Mantha’s News from the Park : Childcare & Healthcare in Ontario

Mantha’s News from the Park  : Childcare & Healthcare in Ontario

This week in the legislature Ontario New Democrats were successful in passing a motion calling on Ontario to support a universal plan for $15 per day childcare. The leadership of Ontario New Democrats has ensured that Ontario officially endorses the $15 a day child care plan put forward by Tom [Read more]

Northwestern Ontario Construction Wraps-up for the Season

Northwestern Ontario Construction Wraps-up for the Season

Highway Construction Improves Roads, Bridges and Creates Jobs in Northwestern Ontario Ontario continues to expand and improve highways throughout Northern Ontario, creating and sustaining more than 5,500 construction jobs annually while making travel safer and more efficient for families, visitors [Read more]

Northeastern Ontario Construction Wraps-Up for the Season

Northeastern Ontario Construction Wraps-Up for the Season

Highway Construction Improves Roads, Bridges and Creates Jobs in Northeastern Ontario Ontario continues to expand and improve highways throughout Northern Ontario, creating and sustaining more than 5,500 construction jobs while making travel safer and more efficient for families, visitors and [Read more]

Improving Infrastructure in Thunder Bay-Superior North

Improving Infrastructure in Thunder Bay-Superior North

Ontario Creating Jobs and Strengthening Local Economies Ontario is providing stable, annual funding, supporting improvements to critical infrastructure in Thunder Bay-Superior North, while creating jobs and strengthening the local economy. “This program will provide ongoing critical support to [Read more]

Conseil Municipal de Dubreuilville Town Council 11/13/14

Conseil Municipal de Dubreuilville Town Council 11/13/14

Ordre Du Jour / Agenda Séance régulière du conseil qui aura lieu à 18 h 30, le 13 novembre 2014 Regular Council meeting scheduled for  November 13, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. OUVERTURE  / CALL TO ORDER PRÉSENCE  / ROLL CALL APPEL ET DÉCLARATION D’INTÉRÊT PÉCUNIAIRE / DECLARATION OF CONFLICT [Read more]

News from the Park : Aboriginal & Senior Award Recipents

News from the Park : Aboriginal & Senior Award Recipents

This week Liberal and PC Members voted together to ensure that they could sell off public assets whenever they please. New Democrats moved an Opposition Day Motion which would protect public assets and stop any political party from a fire sale of public assets. This is the economical equivalent of [Read more]

“Food banks busier than ever” says Hughes

“Food banks busier than ever” says Hughes

Manitoulin Family Resources is set to open their newly constructed food bank this month.  While I am saddened that I will be in Ottawa and unable to join their celebrations for this achievement, I am more than a little frustrated that in a country as rich as ours the number of Canadians who rely [Read more]

NDP Press Liberals : Move Forward On Ring Of Fire

NDP Press Liberals : Move Forward On Ring Of Fire

NDP presses Liberals to move forward on Ring of Fire as unemployment in Thunder Bay rises THUNDER BAY, ON – The NDP’s critic for Northern Development and Mines, Michael Mantha, said the job numbers for October 2014 released today, showing rising unemployment in Thunder Bay, is a clear [Read more]

Province Passes Legislation to Increase Minimum Wage

Province Passes Legislation to Increase Minimum Wage

Ontario Strengthening Protections for Vulnerable Workers Today, Bill 18, the Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act, 2014, passed third reading with all party support in the Ontario legislature. The new act supports Ontario’s Poverty Reduction Strategy, and is designed to further [Read more]

Wawa Among Those Communities Having Chosen A New Mayor

Wawa Among Those Communities Having Chosen A New Mayor

WAWA, ON – Wawa residents were able to check in and watch as the votes rolled in yesterday as polls were updated as counted on the Municipality’s website. It seems the alleged scandals and politically focused facebook groups of the past 4 years may have taken their toll on the [Read more]

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