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New Resource to Improve Employment Opps for People with Developmental Disabilities

New Resource to Improve Employment Opps for People with Developmental Disabilities

Province Supporting Local Employers and Community Agencies Ontario is helping more people with developmental disabilities find and keep jobs in the community.The province is contributing $800,000 to help create a new Centre of Excellence for Employment Services. The new centre, which will be run by [Read more]

First Nations Rally in Pic Mobert Against Nuclear Waste

First Nations Rally in Pic Mobert Against Nuclear Waste

PIC MOBERT FIRST NATION – “Today I had the honour and privilege to speak at a rally with a number of great speakers, leaders and community activists. The message was: NO TO NUCLEAR WASTE in their treaty, traditional lands,” stated Serpent River Chief Isadore Day. “As First Nations, we do [Read more]

Attention aux ours ce printemps

Attention aux ours ce printemps

Les ours sortent de leur hibernation; l’Ontario et la PPO rappellent à la population d’être prudente L’Ontario et la Police provinciale de l’Ontario rappellent à la population de prendre de simples précautions ce printemps pour éviter d’attirer les ours qui sortent de [Read more]

Local Driver Charged With Impaired Driving

Local Driver Charged With Impaired Driving

WAWA, ON – During the early hours of April 3, 2015, members of the Superior East Wawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a traffic complaint in the town of Wawa regarding a possible impaired driver. At approximately 7:48 am, while on general patrols officers observed [Read more]

Mantha’s News from the Park : Hydro Costs

Mantha’s News from the Park : Hydro Costs

Day after day, week after week, without a doubt the number one concern raised in our offices is the skyrocketing cost of hydro.  Absolutely nothing has been done since this Liberal government was given a majority mandate to alleviate the crippling costs of hydro on hardworking families across this [Read more]

-UPDATE- Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision East of Longlac

-UPDATE- Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision East of Longlac

Charges Laid GREENSTONE, ON – On December 6, 2014 at approximately 7:20pm, members of the Greenstone Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were dispatched to a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred on Highway 11 approximately 78.5 kilometres east of Longlac.  Investigation determined that the [Read more]

26 Ontarians Named to Province’s Highest Honour (Ceremony Video)

26 Ontarians Named to Province’s Highest Honour (Ceremony Video)

QUEEN’S PARK, ON – Tuesday, February 3, 2015, Internationally celebrated writer and lecturer John Ralston Saul, social justice advocate Barbara MacQuarrie, and former Executive Director of the Canadian branch of Doctors Without Borders Marilyn McHarg were among 26 extraordinary [Read more]

OPP Conduct Drug Trafficking Investigation in Schreiber & Terrace Bay

OPP Conduct Drug Trafficking Investigation in Schreiber & Terrace Bay

SCHREIBER, ON – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, Northwest Region OPP, and the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service (NAPS) conducted a Controlled Drugs and Substance Act (CDSA) undercover police investigation in the towns of Terrace Bay and Schreiber, Ontario. [Read more]

Innovative Local Food Project Growing in Northwestern Ontario

Innovative Local Food Project Growing in Northwestern Ontario

Ontario Supports Local Food Ideas The province is helping grow awareness and demand for local food in Northwestern Ontario. A recipient in the Kenora District received funding from Ontario’s Local Food Fund to support innovative local food projects that increase demand and sales of Ontario [Read more]

Contractors Could Face Fines Following Weekend Closures Of #Hwy17

Contractors Could Face Fines Following Weekend Closures Of #Hwy17

NORTHWESTERN, ON – Highway 17 East of Terrace Bay  to Marathon (and at times through to White River) was closed repeatedly this past weekend due to freezing rain and packed ice.  Travelers who made it through the portion of highway between Saturday afternoon and Monday morning were [Read more]

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]

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]

Loi pour augmenter le salaire minimum adopté

Loi pour augmenter le salaire minimum adopté

L’Ontario renforce les protections pour les travailleurs vulnérables Jeudi (5 nov.), le projet de loi 18, Loi de 2014 sur l’amélioration du lieu de travail au service d’une économie plus forte, a été adopté en troisième lecture avec l’appui unanime de tous les partis à [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]

Déclaration de la première ministre de l’Ontario sur les élections municipales

Déclaration de la première ministre de l’Ontario sur les élections municipales

Kathleen Wynne, première ministre de l’Ontario, a rendu publique la déclaration suivante à propos des élections municipales qui se sont déroulées aujourd’hui dans l’ensemble de la province : « Aujourd’hui, la population de l’ensemble de l’Ontario s’est rassemblée pour élire [Read more]

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