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  • Ontario Supporting Addictions Treatment and Recovery in North Bay

    Ontario Supporting Addictions Treatment and Recovery in North Bay

    September is Recovery Month Across the Province

    NORTH BAY - Every year, 2.5 million Ontarians experience a mental health or addictions challenge. Ontario is joining Addictions and Mental Health Ontario to mark the province's thirteenth annual Recovery Month. This September, the government is building awareness, challenging stigma and recognizing the role that recovery plays in improving the lives of individuals, families and communities dealing with addictions.

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  • Ontario Convening Leaders to Discuss Great Lakes, Water Protection

    To mark World Water Day, Ontario's government is working for the people to protect the water quality and ecosystems of the Great Lakes as part of its commitment in the Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan. On April 23, Rod Phillips, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, will convene the Great Lakes Guardians' Council, in memory of Josephine Mandamin, to discuss emerging issues around the Great Lakes. The council meeting will address excess road salt and sewer overflows into our waterways and inform the government's review of Ontario's Great Lakes Strategy and the negotiation of a new Canada-Ontario Great Lakes Agreement.

  • Ontario Government Announces Investment in Ottawa LRT

    OTTAWA — Ontario's government is working for the people to make commutes shorter, relieve congestion and build better transit faster. Today, Premier Doug Ford and Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation, announced that the Ontario government will provide the City of Ottawa with a maximum of $1.208 billion to build the Ottawa Stage 2 Light Rail Transit (LRT) project. 

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  • Ontario Continuing to Strengthen the Public Health Care System with More Support for Ontario Seniors

    MARKHAM — Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, was joined by Raymond Cho, Minister of Seniors and Accessibility, Effie Triantafilopoulos, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, and Paul Calandra, MPP for Markham-Stouffville, at Yee Hong Ho Lai Oi Wan Centre in Markham to announce 16 additional long-term care projects that will add 1,157 new beds in facilities across Ontario. 

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