STRATFORD—Strategic investments in public transit infrastructure support efficient, affordable and sustainable transportation services that help Stratford residents get to work, school and essential services on time and safely back home at the end of the day.
On behalf of the Government of Ontario, I would like to thank Ehren Cory for his outstanding service to the people of Ontario as the CEO of Infrastructure Ontario over the past three years. Ehren announced earlier today that he will be leaving Infrastructure Ontario this spring to return to the private sector. While his appointment was set to expire next month, he has agreed to stay on until April 30th. This will allow time for our Government and IO's Board of Directors to put in place next steps.
GUELPH—Strategic investments in public transit infrastructure play a key role
in supporting affordable and sustainable transportation services that help
Canadians get around their communities safely while better protecting the
— The Ontario government is making the province a top destination for
infrastructure investments while highlighting its world-class public-private
partnership (P3) expertise by engaging with partners in the United States
during a two-day trade mission.
TORONTO — The Ontario government is using the public-private partnership (P3) model to make historic infrastructure investments in civil, healthcare, and community safety across the province, that will benefit the people of Ontario now and for many years to come.
— Today, Laurie Scott, Minister of Infrastructure announced that the province
is now accepting funding applications for projects under the Investing in
Canada Infrastructure Program's (ICIP) Community, Culture and Recreation (CCR)
stream. The funding will go towards investing in community, culture and
recreational projects that will help deliver vital services for communities,
foster greater social inclusion and improve the quality of life for residents
across the province.
WELLINGTON—HALTON HILLS — Ontario's government is investing over $1.3 million for more road and bridge projects in Wellington—Halton Hills, which will make the province's roads safer and commutes easier while opening Ontario for business.