SASKATOON — Premier Doug Ford joins Canada's provincial and territorial leaders at the Council of the Federation summer meeting in Saskatoon to advocate for removing barriers to internal trade, promoting job creation and economic growth, and strengthening health care.
TORONTO — Ontario is home to world leading children's health care, but young, vulnerable patients are receiving care in buildings that do not reflect the high-quality, specialized services they deliver.
— Today, Premier Doug Ford announced the appointment of new advisors,
responsible for providing the government with expert guidance and helping Ontario
businesses to attract investment and grow international trade.
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford has named Steven Davidson as Secretary of the Cabinet, Head of the Ontario Public Service and Clerk of the Executive Council, effective immediately. Davidson was appointed interim Secretary of the Cabinet on February 1, 2019.
TORONTO — After
nearly one full year in office, Premier Doug Ford today announced changes to
his cabinet to build on the priorities for the people of Ontario for the year
ahead. A renewed Executive Council also includes the addition of one new
ministry as well as five new associate ministers.
CONISTON — Ontario's government is working for the people by investing in the province's advanced manufacturing sector, which is helping to create and protect more than a hundred jobs in Northern Ontario.
TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford visited Etobicoke General Hospital to celebrate the completion and grand opening of a new patient tower that will put patients first. The newly expanded facility delivers on the government's core commitment to end hallway health care and cut hospital wait times.
DURHAM — Ontario is putting people first by helping tradespeople and employers better meet the needs of a rapidly changing economy through faster and easier access to the skills needed to find jobs in the skilled trades. Today, Premier Doug Ford was at the Ontario Power Generation's Darlington Energy Complex, along with Dr. Merrilee Fullerton, Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, and local MPPs David Piccini and Lindsey Park, to discuss how changes to Ontario's apprenticeship and skilled trades system will get local employers the workers they need and get workers the training required for good quality, available jobs.