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  • Ontario Supporting More National and International Sport Events

    OTTAWA — Ontario is attracting more national and international sport events to the province that will allow us to showcase our exceptional athletic talent right here at home. These events will increase economic activity and boost tourism.

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  • Mississauga to Host 2022 Ontario Summer Games

    MISSISSAUGA — The City of Mississauga has been chosen as the host community for the 2022 Ontario Summer Games, the province's largest multi-sport event. 

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  • Ontario Helping Kids Stay Active and Healthy

    OTTAWA — Ontario's government is helping keep kids healthy and active in the nation's capital by providing $260,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa.

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  • Ontario Recognizes Outstanding Mental Health Leaders

    TORONTO — Ontario is recognizing two graduate students with the Hilary M. Weston Scholarship for their outstanding work and contributions to the study of mental health.

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  • Ontario Concludes Successful Los Angeles Industry Meetings

    TORONTO - The government wrapped up four days of successful meetings with film, television and music industry leaders and executives in Los Angeles to promote and champion Ontario and its creative industries.

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  • Ontario Recognizes Rowan's Law Day

    OTTAWA — Ontario's government is recognizing Rowan's Law Day by investing $105,000 to expand efforts to improve concussion safety across the province. 

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  • Commemorating Canadian Heroes

    TORONTO — Ontario's government for the people is announcing the next steps toward building a memorial to honour Canadian veterans of the war in Afghanistan.

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  • Ontario Supporting Tomorrow's Olympic and Paralympic Champions

    TORONTO — Ontario's government is supporting tomorrow's Olympic and Paralympic champions with investments in the high-quality training and performance programming delivered by the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) and the Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO).

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  • Ontario Supporting Film and TV

    TORONTO — Ontario's government is supporting the Canadian Film Centre (CFC) with a $350,000 grant for film and television training activities.

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  • Investing in Ontario's Culture and Tourism Attractions

    OTTAWA, ON - Ontario's government is investing up to $26 million in infrastructure projects to ensure that Ontario's culture and tourism attractions remain world-class destinations.

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  • Ontario Supporting More National and International Sport Events

    HAMILTON - Ontario is bringing more national and international sport events to the province that will create jobs, boost local economies and give athletes the chance to compete right here at home.

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  • Ontario Supporting New Sport Facilities for 2021 Canada Games

    NIAGARA — Ontario is supporting the 2021 Canada Games by committing to a cost-shared investment of $29 million for the construction of new sport facilities, which will support athletes and bring new jobs to Niagara region. 

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  • Ontario Investing $440,000 to Strengthen Cultural Tourism

    TORONTO — Ontario's government for the people is working to support local economies and create good jobs by investing $440,000 in cultural tourism events in communities across the province.

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  • Province Extends Investment in Local Festivals and Events

    TORONTO ­­- Ontario is extending its support for festivals and events with over $2 million in funding to support jobs and boost local tourism across the province.

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