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  • Ontario Enhancing Public Reporting about COVID-19

    Ontario Enhancing Public Reporting about COVID-19

    Dedicated Website Will Include Expanded Information of Confirmed Cases Across the Province

    TORONTO — Ontario is enhancing the public information it provides about the status of COVID-19. As the outbreak evolves, Ontario has launched a new dedicated web page and is changing how COVID-19 cases are being reported to provide a more relevant summary of data from Public Health Ontario that offers expanded information every day at 10:30 a.m.

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  • Ontario Protecting Consumers from Price Gouging

    Ontario Protecting Consumers from Price Gouging

    Offenders face fines of up to $500,000 for charging unfair prices on necessary goods

    TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford announced new penalties to combat price gouging and hold offenders accountable for raising prices significantly on the necessary goods Ontarians need to protect themselves and their families from COVID-19.

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  • Ontario Adding More Mental Health and Addiction Services in Ottawa

    OTTAWA — Ontario's mental health and addictions system is disconnected with uneven access to quality services, making it challenging for patients and families to navigate a confusing system and get the services they need. That's why Ontario's Government for the People is protecting what matters most by adding mental health and addictions services on the ground in schools, communities and health centres. 

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  • Helping Critically-Ill Newborns Access Safe and Timely Transportation in Eastern Ontario

    OTTAWA — Each year, more than 2,000 newborn babies in the province need to be transferred to a children's hospital to receive specialized, intensive care. That's why Ontario's Government for the People is protecting what matters most by helping the smallest and most vulnerable patients access life-saving transportation to get the treatment they need.

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  • Ontario puts an end to the use of taxpayer dollars for tickets to events featuring politicians

    TORONTO — The government of Ontario is implementing new accountability measures for how taxpayer dollars are being spent. New amendments to the Financial Administration Act prohibit ministries, provincial agencies and the two hydro entities (Ontario Power Generation and the Independent Electricity System Operator) from paying to attend or sponsor events where a politician is the main speaker. These changes are part of the government's commitment to strengthen accountability for how public money is spent in Ontario.

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