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  • Ontario Brings Learning Into The Digital Age

    Ontario Brings Learning Into The Digital Age

    Province Announces Plan to Enhance Online Learning, Become Global Leader

    TORONTO — Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, announced that the Ontario government is taking important steps to increase student access to high quality public education and turn Ontario into a global leader of modern and digital education. 

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  • Premier Ford to Lead Council on Provincial-Federal Relations

    Premier Ford to Lead Council on Provincial-Federal Relations

    New ministers’ council to work with the federal government to deliver on key priorities

    TORONTO — The Ontario government is taking positive steps to ensure that the interests of the province remain a priority in Ottawa with the creation of a new Council on Provincial-Federal Relations. Chaired by Premier Doug Ford, this council will collaborate with Ontario's federal counterparts to deliver on priorities including infrastructure, health care and economic growth.

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  • Kids 12 and Under Ride Free on GO Transit

    TORONTO—Today, Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek, and Metrolinx President and CEO Phil Verster announced that Ontario is making it easier for families to get moving in the GTHA. Together at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto, Minister Yurek announced that kids 12 and under can travel for free on all GO Transit trains and buses starting March 9, 2019 - just in time for March Break.

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  • Ontario Stands Up for Energy and Mining Jobs

    OTTAWA — Today Greg Rickford, Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines stood before the federal Senate Standing Committee on the Government of Canada's proposed Bill C-69, which overhauls the Federal Environmental Assessment Act and politicizes the approval process for resource development and energy projects.

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