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  • Women Promoted to Cabinet in Key Government Roles

    Women Promoted to Cabinet in Key Government Roles

    Updated Cabinet for 2018 to Continue Push for Fairness and Opportunity in Ontario

    Premier Kathleen Wynne today announced changes to her cabinet that place eight women, including three new ministers, in key roles across government. In this time of economic change, Ontario is moving forward on a plan to create more fairness and opportunity for everyone. This updated cabinet draws on the strength of the government team to continue that work in 2018.

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  • New Project Will Boost Community Economic Development

    SUDBURY-- The Ontario government is boosting economic development in Thessalon First Nation by investing in a feasibility study to renovate and market the Thessalon First Nation Bio Centre as an industrial park, Northern Development and Mines Minister and Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) Chair Rick Bartolucci announced today.

    Archived News Release | Northern Development and Mines
  • Ontario Government Names SIU Director

    TORONTO -- Attorney General Michael Bryant announced today that James Cornish has been appointed director of the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), effective December 15, 2004.

    Archived News Release | Attorney General
  • Mcguinty Government Launches New Action Plan On Domestic Violence

    QUEEN'S PARK -- Enhanced counselling and housing supports for victims, more training for front-line workers, improvements to the justice system and an innovative public education campaign are all part of the government's new comprehensive action plan on domestic violence against women and children, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty announced today.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Premier McGuinty Opens Second New MRI In Ottawa

    OTTAWA -- The government's aggressive plan to open nine new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) sites will deliver thousands of additional exams and result in shorter wait times, said Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty.

    Archived News Release | Office of the Premier
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