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  • Archive: Cell Shock To Be Stopped!

    The Ontario government will introduce strong, consumer-friendly legislation - The Wireless Services Agreements Act, 2012 - which would come into effect six months after it is passed. It remove...

    Archived Backgrounder | Consumer Services

  • Archive: No More Cell Shock

    Ontario intends to introduce legislation that would strengthen the protections available to Ontario consumers when entering into cell phone and wireless services agreements.

    Archived Backgrounder | Consumer Services

  • Archive: Focusing On Jobs And Helping Seniors Stay At Home Longer

    As the government continues to move Ontario forward, it will give priority to programs that both address the needs of Ontario families and strengthen the economy. One example is the ...

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance

  • Archive: Regulating Professional Mixed Martial Arts

    Ontario announced its intention to proceed with regulating professional mixed martial arts (MMA) in the province on August 14, 2010. The rules and regulations introduced today will be administered...

    Archived Backgrounder | Consumer Services

  • Archive: Ontario Energy and Property Tax Credit

    In the 2009 Ontario Budget, the government proposed two new tax credits to replace the combined sales and property tax credits: the Ontario Sales Tax Credit and the Ontario Property Tax Credit...

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance

  • Archive: Ontario Children's Activity Tax Credit

    To help parents with the cost of enrolling their children in activities that encourage them to be healthy and active, the government is proposing to introduce a new Children's Activity Tax Cre...

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance

  • Archive: Ontario's Plan for More Jobs and Growth

    Today Finance Minister Dwight Duncan introduced the Ontario Tax Plan for More Jobs and Growth Act, 2009.  This Bill builds on the measures laid out in the 2009 Budget and in the recent 20...

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance

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