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  • Government Launches 2019 Ontario P3 Market Update

    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.

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  • Ontario Investing in Community, Culture and Recreational Projects

    TORONTO — 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.

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  • Ontario Government Keeping People and Goods Moving

    TORONTO — The Ontario government is supporting municipalities and getting people moving through smart investments in public transit and transportation infrastructure throughout the province.

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  • Ontario Improving Transit in Kawartha Lakes

    CITY OF KAWARTHA LAKES — Ontario is working to support municipalities and get people moving by investing up to $790,000 for new transit infrastructure projects in the City of Kawartha Lakes.

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  • Ontario Funding Road and Bridge Projects in Wellington—Halton Hills

    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.

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  • Ontario Improving Public Transit Across the GTHA

    TORONTO — Ontario is delivering on its promise to get people moving with better transit service that will make lives better and ensure Ontario is open for business and jobs.

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  • Ontario Getting People Moving by Investing in London Transit

    LONDON — Ontario's government is working for the people by investing up to $103.5 million in 10 new transit infrastructure projects that will mean safer roads, easier commutes and new jobs in the London area.

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  • Ontario Supports the Stratford Festival's New Tom Patterson Theatre Centre

    STRATFORD — The Ontario Government, along with its federal counterparts, are supporting infrastructure investments to help build the new Tom Patterson Theatre Centre at North America's largest classical repertory theatre company. This infrastructure investment will boost Ontario's tourism and culture sector.

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  • Better Broadband Service Coming Soon to Lambton County

    LAMBTON SHORES — Ontario's Government is funding expansion of broadband internet into the southwest, Infrastructure Minister Monte McNaughton announced today, as he unveiled a key piece of the province's budget commitment to improve people's connections, no matter where they live. 

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  • Better Broadband Service Coming Soon to Wellington County

    PALMERSTON — Ontario's Government is funding expansion of broadband internet into the southwest, Infrastructure Minister Monte McNaughton announced today, as he unveiled a key piece of the province's budget commitment to improve people's connections, no matter where they live. 

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  • Better Broadband Service Coming Soon to Norfolk County

    SIMCOE — Ontario's Government is funding expansion of broadband internet into the southwest, Infrastructure Minister Monte McNaughton announced today, as he unveiled a key piece of the province's budget commitment to improve people's connections, no matter where they live. 

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  • Ontario Improving Broadband and Cellphone Connectivity in Eastern Ontario

    ROSENEATH — Ontario's Government is putting people first by taking a giant step towards improving mobile broadband and curing cellular dead zones in Eastern Ontario today, as the province announced $71 million in funding that will make people safer and open Ontario for business, open for jobs.

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