Ontario's Auto Insurance Cost and Rate Reduction Strategy is continuing to make auto insurance more affordable for Ontario drivers, as rates approved by the regulator have dropped for a total decrease of almost six per cent on average since August 2013 -- in keeping with the government's target of 15 per cent by August 2015.
Ontario is making progress on the final phase of construction for Highway 407 East to create jobs and support economic growth and development.
Ontario is expanding its new Health Links initiative into the Russell Township and surrounding area where complex and high-needs patients will soon benefit from better care co-ordination between care providers in the region.
Today, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the Ontario government's plan to build a seamless and integrated transportation network across the province -- Moving Ontario Forward -- to create jobs, boost productivity and help every part of Ontario grow and prosper.
Ontario is supporting the expansion and renovation of the Carlington Community Health Centre to provide Ottawa residents with better access to health care services.
Ontario is proposing to invest $10 million over three years to help municipalities improve cycling infrastructure.
Ontario is helping two companies in southwestern Ontario grow their businesses, while creating 34 new jobs and retaining 458 existing jobs in the region.
Ontario is continuing to make smart investments in transit and infrastructure to improve the quality of life for people across the province today and build a more prosperous tomorrow.
The Ontario government has appointed a council to recommend ways to improve the efficiency and optimize the full value of Hydro One, Ontario Power Generation (OPG), and the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO). The Premier's Advisory Council on Government Assets will examine how to get the most out of key government assets to generate better returns and revenues for Ontarians.
Ontario is supporting festivals and events in Simcoe County that will draw tourists, create jobs and grow the local economy.
Ontario has announced a new program to help young people succeed in today's global economy. The Starter Company program provides Ontario's youth with training, business skills development, mentoring from local business leaders and capital to start, grow or buy a small business.
Ontario is supporting an innovative health facility in Sudbury that will carry on research for cancer, infectious diseases and vaccines, while creating 18 jobs.
Ontario plans to eliminate waitlists for direct funding for 21,000 people with developmental disabilities.