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  • Archive: Physician Assistants

    Physician Assistants (or PAs) are an important part of HealthForceOntario, the government's Health Human Resources Strategy introduced in 2006 to provide Ontario with the right number and mix ...

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: First Physician Assistants Graduate

    Ontario's first graduating class of 21 Physician Assistants (PAs) will soon be bringing their training and skills to the province's health care system following a two-year program at McMaster Unive...

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Fact Sheet

    The Fort William First Nation, Canada and Ontario are negotiating a resolution to the First Nation's Boundary Claim.  The First Nation is located in northwestern Ontario, adjacent to the city ...

    Archived Backgrounder | Indigenous Affairs

  • Archive: Frequently Asked Questions

    The Fort William First Nation and the Governments of Canada and Ontario are working together to find a solution to resolve the Boundary Claim. The goal of this process is to conclude a final settle...

    Archived Backgrounder | Indigenous Affairs

  • Archive: Ontario Introduces Electricity Cost Relief

    The Ontario government today introduced the Ontario Clean Energy Benefit (OCEB), which would provide a 10 per cent benefit to help consumers manage rising electricity prices for the next five ...

    Archived News Release | Finance

  • Archive: Helping Ontario Families

    Ontario's economy is emerging from the global recession.  However, many Ontario families are still feeling anxious and uncertain about their ability to make ends meet.

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance

  • Archive: Modernizing Ontario's Electronic Land Registration System

    The Ontario government has negotiated the principal terms of a proposed agreement to renew its long-standing business partnership with Teranet Inc., by extending its exclusive licences to prov...

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance

  • Archive: Children's Activity Tax Credit Passes

    From music and painting to sports and dance, Ontario families will now be able to get a tax credit for enrolling their children in a wide range of extra-curricular activities.

    Archived News Release | Finance

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