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  • Anti-Hate Crime Grant Helps Etobicoke Youth

    ETOBICOKE -- Youth targeted by hate crimes will benefit from a community forum to be organized by the Somali-Canadian Association of Etobicoke.

    Archived News Release | Attorney General
  • Premiers Mcguinty And Charest: Federal Action Needed Now

    In the context of Parliament resuming its work tomorrow in Ottawa, of a federal budget in the coming weeks and of the Council of the Federation meeting in Vancouver today, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and Quebec Premier Jean Charest are calling on the federal government to take immediate action to help key industries and workers that face tough challenges due to the high Canadian dollar, increasing global competition, high energy prices and a weakening U.S. economy. 

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Ontario Catches Olympic Spirit

    Ontario is joining with other provinces to help our athletes reach the podium at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Holding Domestic Violence Offenders Accountable

    LONDON -- The McGuinty government is supporting victims through the Partner Assault Response program by ensuring that roughly 400 additional domestic violence offenders receive group counselling this year.

    Archived News Release | Attorney General
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