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  • Statement By The Premier

    Contrary to a Toronto Star report today, the Ontario government will be moving forward with its tuition freeze commitment as outlined in the Throne Speech.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Meeting Of The Council Of The Federation Vancouver, British Columbia

    VANCOUVER -- The Council of the Federation welcomes the opportunity to engage the federal government in discussions leading to the sustainability and reform of health care in Canada. A special First Ministers' meeting focusing on long-term reform and sustainability of health care will be held in the summer of 2004. Premiers stated it is imperative that Canadians understand that without real reform and renewal and an affordable foundation, health care as we know it will not survive the decade.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • McGuinty Announces New MRI For Windsor

    WINDSOR -- Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty today announced a second MRI for the Windsor area to shorten waiting times and improve access to health care for local residents.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • McGuinty Urges MPPs To Go Back To School

    TORONTO -- Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, joined by Minister of Education Gerard Kennedy, today invited all MPPs to reconnect with Ontario's students and schools by spending one day in the classroom before March break.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Ministry Honoured For Promotion Of Mineral Exploration Investment

    TORONTO -- The Ontario government has been honoured by the Economic Development Council of Ontario for its efforts to promote the province's investment potential in mineral exploration to world markets, Northern Development and Mines Minister Rick Bartolucci announced today.

    Archived News Release | Northern Development and Mines
  • Budget Town Hall 2004 Website Launched

    TORONTO -- Delivering Change: Budget Town Hall 2004 went online today, providing another way for Ontarians to have their say about how best to deliver the change Ontario needs to be strong, healthy and prosperous.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • McGuinty Government's Official Opening Of Minister's Office Signals New Era For The North

    SUDBURY - Northern Development and Mines Minister Rick Bartolucci celebrated the official opening of his Sudbury office today, marking the first time in nearly nine years that the Minister will have an office in the North.  The office will provide northerners greater access and input into decision-making at Queen's Park.

    Archived News Release | Northern Development and Mines
  • McGuinty Government Invests $2 Million In North Bay's Waterfront

    NORTH BAY -- The McGuinty government is investing $1,997,400 in North Bay's waterfront development project to boost economic activity in the city, Nipissing MPP Monique Smith announced today on behalf of Northern Development and Mines Minister and Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) Chair Rick Bartolucci.

    Archived News Release | Northern Development and Mines
  • McGuinty Calls For Single Securities Regulator

    CALGARY -- Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty today said that his government fully supports the creation of a single securities regulator and will work in cooperation with the other provincial governments to make it a reality.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Ontario Needs Your Ideas!

    TORONTO -- Ontarians in Kingston and Thunder Bay are encouraged to register for the first in a series of upcoming Budget Town Halls by calling a toll-free number.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
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