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  • Free Prescription Medication for Children and Youth Through OHIP+

    Premier Kathleen Wynne was at the NEO Kids Wing at Health Sciences North in Sudbury today to discuss how Ontario's new OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare Program will help children and youth and make life more affordable for families in Northern Ontario.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Bringing High Speed Rail to the Toronto-Windsor Corridor

    High speed rail cuts down on travel times, gives people more low-carbon transportation options, and creates new opportunities for workers and businesses. Ontario is supporting economic growth in Southwestern Ontario and across the province by moving forward with high speed rail along the Toronto-Windsor corridor, becoming the first province to undertake a rail transformation of this magnitude.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Premier's Statement on the NAFTA Renegotiation Notifications to Congress

    "As Premier, I will always defend Ontario workers and businesses by fighting for free trade. Growing a healthy Ontario-U.S. trade relationship is good for both economies. We see this decision as an opportunity to look at how NAFTA could potentially be improved to make the agreement even more effective for the people of Ontario, our workers and businesses.

    Statement | Office of the Premier

  • Creating the Jobs of Tomorrow, Today

    Ontario is building on investments in transformative technologies that will help businesses continue to grow, create good jobs, and attract investment and top talent from around the globe.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Free Prescription Medication for Children and Youth

    Premier Kathleen Wynne was at One Kids Place in North Bay today to discuss how Ontario's new OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare Program will help children and their families.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Free Prescription Medications for Everyone 24 and Under

    Premier Kathleen Wynne was at Western University in London today to discuss with students how Ontario's new OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare Program will make life more affordable for them and their families.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Provincial Byelection Called in Sault Ste. Marie

    A writ was issued today under Section 9.1 of the Election Act for a byelection in the electoral district of Sault Ste. Marie. The byelection will fill a vacancy created in the provincial parliament.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Providing Free Prescription Medications for Students

    Premier Kathleen Wynne met with students at the University of Waterloo today to discuss how Ontario's new OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare Program will benefit them and their families.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Delivering Shorter Patient Wait Times

    As part of the 2017 Budget, Ontario is improving access to high-quality health care services for people across the province by investing $1.3 billion over three years to reduce wait times, with more than $285 million of that for 2017-18.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

  • Ontario Investing $9 Billion More In Health Care Construction

    As part of the 2017 Budget, Ontario is proposing to spend an additional $9 billion to support the construction of new hospital projects across the province. This would bring Ontario's total planned investment in hospital infrastructure to more than $20 billion over the next 10 years.

    News Release | Office of the Premier

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