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  • Ontario Funding Hospice Beds in Elgin Region

    Ontario Funding Hospice Beds in Elgin Region

    ST. THOMAS — Ontarians nearing the end of their lives deserve the choice to receive end-of-life care at home or in the community in a comfortable setting. This is often not the case, with many patients still receiving palliative care in hospitals. That's why Ontario is committed to providing more appropriate and compassionate palliative care services for patients and families in the Elgin region.  

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  • Ontario Supporting Hospital Expansion in Uxbridge

    Ontario Supporting Hospital Expansion in Uxbridge

    Investments in Hospital Infrastructure Will Help End Hallway Health Care

    UXBRIDGE — Patients and families in growing communities like Uxbridge are receiving care in facilities with aging infrastructure and not enough capacity to meet growing demands. That's why Ontario is investing in hospital infrastructure projects in communities across the province to add more beds and help end hallway health care. 

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  • Government Launches Effort to Strengthen Math Skills & Improve Job Prospects

    TORONTO - Ontario's government is launching efforts to strengthen math skills for all students in Ontario - especially for students in under-served communities. This initiative will help students develop the math skills they need to succeed and find good jobs when they enter the workforce. These programs will help students retain and build on the math knowledge and skills they have learned throughout the academic year.

    News Release | Education
  • Ontario Expanding Midwifery Services

    ST. JACOBS - With more than 140,000 babies being welcomed to the world each year in Ontario, families are looking for more options when it comes to choosing their care. That's why Ontario's Government for the People is investing in frontline care by expanding access to midwifery services across the province. 

    News Release | Health
  • Supporting Ontario Food Terminal's Long-Term Success

    TORONTO - Today, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Ernie Hardeman and Etobicoke-Lakeshore MPP Christine Hogarth were at the Ontario Food Terminal to announce the initial findings of the government's review on modernizing and enhancing the terminal. Early findings show the advantages of its location in South Etobicoke and Minister Hardeman confirmed the Food Terminal will stay at its current location.

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