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  • Ontario Takes Additional Steps to Better Protect Students and Staff

    Ontario Takes Additional Steps to Better Protect Students and Staff

    Government makes further investments to ensure a safe return to school in September

    TORONTO — The Ontario government is providing more than half a billion dollars in supports to school boards to ensure schools across the province will reopen safely in September and to protect students and staff. These supports will enable school boards to provide more physical distancing in classrooms and direct funding to utilize non-school community spaces, and will allow boards to make adjustments based on their local needs.

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  • Ontario Supports Municipalities by Investing in Local Roads and Bridges

    Ontario Supports Municipalities by Investing in Local Roads and Bridges

    Connecting Links Program Will Help Create Jobs and Keep People and Goods Moving

    WINDSOR — The Ontario government is providing $30 million to municipalities through the Connecting Links Program for 2021-22 to build, repair or replace local roads and bridges. This investment will help create jobs and keep people and goods moving as the province continues to recover from COVID-19.

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  • Ontario Providing Municipalities with up to $1.6 Billion in First Round of Emergency Funding

    Ontario Providing Municipalities with up to $1.6 Billion in First Round of Emergency Funding

    Assistance Will Help Ensure the Delivery of Critical Public Services During COVID-19

    TORONTO — The Ontario government, in partnership with the federal government, is delivering on its commitment to provide up to $4 billion in urgently needed one-time assistance to Ontario's 444 municipalities. Municipalities will be provided with up to $1.6 billion as part of the first round of emergency funding under the Safe Restart Agreement. This funding will help municipalities protect the health and well-being of the people of Ontario, while continuing to deliver critical public services, such as public transit and shelters, as the province continues down the path of renewal, growth and economic recovery.

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