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  • Building Rural Ontario Together

    Building Rural Ontario Together

    Province moving forward with new intake for Rural Economic Development program and three broadband pilots

    As part of the government's Plan to Build Ontario Together, Ontario is helping rural communities across the province attract investment, create jobs and boost economic development through the Rural Economic Development (RED) program.

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  • Ontario Investing $200 Million in Small, Rural and Northern Communities

    Ontario Investing $200 Million in Small, Rural and Northern Communities

    Stable and predictable funding will help build and repair local roads, bridges, water and wastewater infrastructure

    PARRY SOUND — Today, Premier Doug Ford and Laurie Scott, Minister of Infrastructure, announced a $200 million investment this year through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund (OCIF) to help 424 small, rural and northern communities build and repair critical local infrastructure, including roads, bridges, water and wastewater infrastructure.

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  • Statement from the Minister of Infrastructure

    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.

    Statement | Infrastructure
  • Historic Agreement for French-Language in Ontario

    TORONTO — Today, Ross Romano, Minister of Colleges and Universities, Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Francophone Affairs and Mélanie Joly, Federal Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, signed a historic funding agreement on behalf of the governments of Ontario and Canada to support the Université de l'Ontario français, the first French-language university governed by and for Ontario Francophones.

    News Release | Colleges and Universities
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