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  • Archive: Ontario Schools To Be Trans Fat Free

    Students in Ontario will be getting healthier because the food and beverages sold in schools will need to be free of trans fat.

    Archived News Release | Education

  • Archive: Making Ontario Schools Healthier

    Good food, daily physical activity and a healthy environment that supports learning and growth are vital to helping students reach their full potential.

    Archived Backgrounder | Education

  • Archive: Ontario kicks-off annual spring seatbelt campaign

    Today Ontario kicks-off its annual spring seatbelt campaign, aimed at reminding drivers to buckle up and make sure child safety seats are properly installed. The campaign runs until April 27.

    Archived News Release | Transportation

  • Archive: Helping Victims Rebuild Their Lives

    Thousands of Ontario victims of crime and their families will benefit from new provincial funding for the supports and services they need to overcome trauma and begin to rebuild their lives.

    Archived News Release | Attorney General

  • Archive: Victim Services In Ontario

    Ontario funds a broad range of victim services. These services support victims in the immediate aftermath of crime, throughout the criminal justice process and as they work to rebuild their lives.

    Archived Backgrounder | Attorney General

  • Archive: Honouring outstanding educators

    Twenty-three educators and support staff will receive provincial education awards for their contributions to student learning and achievement.

    Archived News Release | Education

  • Archive: Premier's Awards for Teaching Excellence recipients

    The Premier's Awards for Teaching Excellence celebrate exceptional educators and support staff and the contribution they make to student success. This year, fourteen individuals and one team of ni...

    Archived Backgrounder | Education

  • Archive: Ontario School Buses Get Top Grades

    Ninety-four per cent of school buses tested during a two-week safety blitz held between March 17 and 28 met or exceeded Ontario's tough safety standards.

    Archived News Release | Transportation

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