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  • Archive: Pre-Budget Consultations Conclude

    Ontario concluded its formal pre-budget consultations today with a session in Windsor, following a series of sessions across the province of open dialogue between Ontarians and the McGuinty governm...

    Archived News Release | Finance

  • Archive: McGuinty government announces further restraint measures

    The McGuinty government announced today further measures to restrain spending on public salaries and to freeze the current size of the Ontario Public Service.  The following restraint measures...

    Archived News Release | Finance

  • Archive: Expert Commission On Pensions Delivers Final Report

    The Ontario government announced today that it has received A Fine Balance: Safe Pensions, Affordable Plans, Fair Rules, the final report from the Expert Commission on Pensions.

    Archived News Release | Finance

  • Archive: Strengthening Accountability On Trustee Expenses

    School board trustees are important partners in publicly funded education. Families and taxpayers rely on them to govern their boards and make spending decisions in a transparent and accountable wa...

    Archived Backgrounder | Education

  • Archive: Report On TCDSB Trustee Expenses Released

    The Ministry of Education has received the report by Ernst & Young LLP on the Toronto Catholic District School Board's (TCDSB) trustee expenses.

    Archived News Release | Education

  • Archive: Seeking Ontarians' Input For A Stronger Ontario

    Finance Minister Dwight Duncan is launching his annual pre-budget consultations today in London, the first stop in a province-wide series that continues the open dialogue between the McGuinty gover...

    Archived News Release | Finance

  • Archive: Stronger Safety Standards For Construction Workers

    Ontario is planning to introduce legislation that would make workers' compensation coverage mandatory for individuals working in the construction industry who are currently not covered.

    Archived News Release | Labour

  • Archive: Electricity Transfer Tax Exemptions

    The government is extending the exemption from the electricity transfer tax which will provide publicly-owned electricity utilities with relief from paying the tax when they sell electricity assets...

    Archived Backgrounder | Finance