Ontario has appointed the Honourable Michael H. Tulloch, a judge of the Ontario Court of Appeal, to lead an independent review of the three agencies that oversee police conduct in the province: the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) and the Ontario Civilian Police Commission.
Ontario is supporting tourism and culture in Burlington and Hamilton as the cities mark the re-opening of a historic attraction.
Ontario is expanding GO bus service between Cambridge and the Milton GO Station to increase access to transit and manage congestion.
Ontario is expanding postsecondary education opportunities in Northwestern Ontario by making investments totalling $3 million in Confederation College's campuses in Thunder Bay and Sioux Lookout.
Dr. David Eden, Regional Supervising Coroner for Inquests, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Mark Norman.
The province is investing $20 million from Ontario's Green Investment Fund to build nearly 500 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at over 250 locations in Ontario in 2017.
Today, Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, supported the implementation of recommendations from the final report of the Scarborough/West Durham Panel related to hospital governance, service delivery and planning to give patients better access to care in the community.
The Superior Court of Justice has approved a $36 million settlement agreement that will provide compensation to individuals who suffered harm while living at 12 former developmental services facilities between the 1960s and 1990s.
Ontario is expanding GO Transit bus service to Brantford to connect the city to the GO Transit network, giving commuters more transit options and reducing congestion.
Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health is reminding Ontarians to protect themselves and their families against vaccine-preventable diseases this National Immunization Awareness Week.
More than 323,000 children from low-income families are getting free dental care through the new Healthy Smiles Ontario program. Under the expanded program, Ontario is providing free dental care to help families raise healthier kids. Children from low-income families can access free preventive, routine, emergency and essential care from licensed dental providers.
Four Ontario employers were recognized at the annual Ontario Cooperative Education Association conference for providing high school students with quality hands-on learning opportunities in the community.
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today that the province will provide $10 million over four years to the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC).
In celebrating Earth Day, Ontario is partnering with the Government of Canada on a new soil mapping initiative that will contribute to the growing understanding of how land use patterns have changed by using new and up to date technologies.
From April 25 to 29, Premier Kathleen Wynne will visit Ontario businesses, postsecondary schools and other groups across the province to speak about the government's economic plan and how it is delivering on her number-one priority -- creating jobs and growing the economy.