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HOT Lanes Permit Applications and Renewals Now Open

Posted on 01 August 2017 by admin

News Release – August 1, 2017.

QEW Pilot Project Saving Drivers’ Time.

Ontario has opened the next round of permit applications and renewals for Canada's first High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes, which provide another commuter option and help manage congestion.

The HOT lanes are on 16.5 kilometres of the QEW in both directions – from Trafalgar Rd. in Oakville to Guelph Line in Burlington. Vehicles with two or more occupants, or green licence plates, can travel in the lanes for free, while drivers of single-occupant vehicles can apply to purchase a permit.

Analysis suggests that commuters who normally use the general purpose lanes could save 10 minutes on average during peak times by using the HOT lanes.

Applications to purchase or renew permits valid from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 2017 are now open until Aug. 31, 2017. Permit holders wishing to renew who have already renewed twice will have to re-enter the application draw.

Providing more commuting options to improve travel is part of our plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.

 

 

 

 

 

  • HOT lanes complement other congestion-reducing initiatives, including GO Regional Express Rail that will increase GO train trips by 50 per cent over the next five years with more stops serving more communities. 
  • As part of the HOT lanes pilot, Ontario is seeking innovative technologies to support tolling, compliance and performance monitoring of HOT lanes. This supports the province’s innovation sector by providing an opportunity to test emerging traffic management and tolling technologies throughout the pilot.
  • Ontario is including HOT lanes provisions in Greater Toronto Hamilton Area highway expansion projects currently in design or under construction, beginning with Highways 410 and 427.
  • Up to 1,000 HOT permits will be made available for each three-month term. If an applicant is not successful in the draw, they can enter a future draw during the HOT lanes pilot project, which is expected to last two to four years.
  • Permits cost $180 and are renewable for a maximum of two terms. This allows for a fairer allotment of permits during the pilot. Permit applications will be accepted each February, May, August and November and can be submitted at Ontario.ca/HOTLanes.

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OPP reports fatalities and numerous traffic-related charges over long weekend

Posted on 25 May 2017 by admin

 

ORILLIA, ON, May 25, 2017 /CNW/ – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers were kept busy on and off roads leading up to and over the Victoria Day Long Weekend, investigating two off-road vehicle deaths and laying numerous charges.

During Canada Road Safety Week (May 16-22, 2017), the OPP laid close to 9,400 speeding charges, 165 of which were street racing charges laid against motorists who were driving 50 km/h over the posted speed limit.

Officers also laid 649 seat belt charges, 482 distracted driving charges, 124 alcohol/drug impaired charges and various other traffic-related charges to motorists whose driving behaviours threatened the safety of other road users on one of the busiest traffic weekends of the year.   

While the OPP was relieved to see the weekend end with no fatalities on Ontario roads, officers did respond to two separate off-road vehicle (ORV) incidents in which both ORV drivers died.

Canada Road Safety Week is a national campaign aimed at educating drivers through education and enforcement, about the Big Four causal factors in motor vehicle collision fatalities. These are impaired, inattentive and aggressive driving as well as lack of seat belt use. 

The OPP is reminding drivers that while the campaign is over, officers remain highly focused on changing these driving behaviours around the clock, 365 days a year. 

SOURCE Ontario Provincial Police 

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Ontario Supporting 93 Community Projects Across the Province

Posted on 17 January 2017 by admin

  

News Release – January 17, 2017.

Trillium Grants Are Helping People in Their Everyday Lives.

Ontario is supporting 93 non-profit projects across the province that will make a difference in people's lives, strengthen communities and support our environment.

MPP Jeff Leal was in Peterborough today, on behalf of Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism Culture and Sport, to highlight a collaborative grant led by GreenUp, a local environmental organization. The grant, awarded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, will support a Regional Centre of Expertise that will teach people and organizations about sustainable development, including water and energy conservation, waste reduction and local food production.

The Ontario Trillium Foundation supports projects ranging from preserving Indigenous languages and cultural traditions, to helping people lead active lives or learn new job skills.

Ontario Trillium Foundation grants are awarded to projects that:

  • Foster more active lifestyles
  • Build inclusive and engaged communities
  • Encourage people to support a healthy and sustainable environment
  • Enrich lives through arts, culture and heritage
  • Support the positive development of children and youth
  • Enhance people's economic well-being, including developing job skills.

Investing in local communities is part of our plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.

 

 

QUICK FACTS

  • GreenUp is receiving a $75,000 grant through the Ontario Trillium Foundation for its Regional Centre of Expertise.
  • Ontario is investing more than $5 million in the 93 non-profit initiatives that will help build strong social and cultural communities across the province.
  • Since April 1, 2013 the province, through the Ontario Trillium Foundation, has invested over $354 million in projects to help build healthy and vibrant communities.
  • The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario and one of Canada’s largest granting foundations.
  • The Ontario Trillium Foundation uses research to guide decision-making and relies on community-based volunteers across Ontario to review applications and guide granting decisions.

 

 

 

QUOTES

"We are fortunate to live in a province of inclusion, innovation and opportunity. Through the Ontario Trillium Foundation, our government is making important investments that result in real differences for communities across the province. Today’s announcement will strengthen the social and cultural nature of our diverse communities."
 — Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport

 

"When the Ontario Trillium Foundation invests in projects like the Regional Centre for Expertise, we’re encouraged to see environmental organizations like GreenUP collaborating with so many community partners. This kind of inclusive and engaged effort shows how Ontario’s communities are becoming more environmentally healthy and vibrant places to live. Through this initiative, the Ontario Government and the Ontario Trillium Foundation are building strong communities for future generations."
 — Janet Yale, Board Chair at the Ontario Trillium Foundation

 

"Today’s investments in programs like this one here in Peterborough are part of our commitment to strengthen initiatives and programs that reflect local interests in preserving and securing a sustainable environmental future. My hope is that everyone participates in the rich and diverse social and cultural programs and initiatives available in their communities. "
 — Jeff Leal, MPP for Peterborough

 

"GreenUP is very grateful to be the recipient of a Seed Grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. This Seed Grant will provided critical resourcing for the newly established Peterborough-Kawartha’s Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development – a prestigious designation recognized by the United Nations University, and endorsed by UNESCO. This grant will help us communicate and share knowledge around the world!"
 — Brianna Salmon, Executive Director, GreenUP

  

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New Policing Rules Go into Effect January 1

Posted on 15 January 2017 by admin

  

News Release

December 21, 2016.

Supporting Public Safety, Protecting Civil Liberties

As of Jan. 1, 2017, a new regulation comes into effect that will prohibit police from requesting identifying information arbitrarily, or based on a person's race or presence in a high-crime neighbourhood during certain police-public interactions. 

The regulation reflects feedback from public consultations on how to improve transparency, oversight and public confidence, and establishes new training, record-keeping, and reporting requirements to strengthen accountability. The regulation also sets out new rules that police must follow when requesting identifying information, and outlines in what situations these new rules apply.

The new rules apply if an officer asks the person for identifying information or to see an identifying document while:

  • Looking into suspicious activities
  • Gathering intelligence
  • Investigating possible criminal activity. 

The new rules do not apply if police ask for identifying information or to see an identifying document while:

 

  • Doing a traffic stop
  • Arresting or detaining someone
  • Executing a warrant
  • Investigating a specific crime. 

 

Ontario is the first jurisdiction in Canada to set out clear and consistent rules for voluntary police-public interactions where police are seeking to collect identifying information. These rules will ensure these interactions are conducted without bias or discrimination, and done in a manner that promotes public confidence and keeps Ontario communities safe.

Supporting safe, healthy communities is part of the government's plan to create a fair and inclusive society and help people in their everyday lives. 

 

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Training, which was developed in consultation with an expert roundtable, has also been incorporated into the basic training program for new police recruits at the Ontario Police College.
  • The Code of Conduct for police has been updated to reflect the new regulation; failure to follow the rules will be considered a Code of Conduct violation that may result in discipline.
  • Ontario will appoint an independent reviewer to complete a review of the regulation within two years of full regulatory implementation in consultation with Ontario’s Anti-Racism Directorate.
  • In 2017, Ontario will launch a multi-year academic study to understand the impact of collecting information on the ability of police to solve crime, analyze and identify the impact of race-based collections and analyze the impact of the new regulations on this practice. 

  

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Ontario Economy Continues to Grow in 3rd Quarter of 2016

Posted on 13 January 2017 by admin

  

News Release

Ontario Economy Continues to Grow in Third Quarter of 2016

January 13, 2017

Province Focused on Supporting Inclusive Economic Growth that Works for All

Ontario released the Economic Accounts for the third quarter of 2016 today, confirming the province's economy is growing at a steady pace.

The province's real GDP grew 0.7 per cent from July to September of 2016, slightly stronger than the average of all G7 countries. Over the first three quarters of 2016, Ontario's real GDP growth has outpaced that of Canada's and all other G7 countries.

Higher exports were the primary driver behind Ontario's third quarter gain. Continued growth in household spending and residential construction investment also contributed to the overall increase in real GDP. Household disposable income increased while the household savings rate also improved.

Ontario's real GDP has increased 12.8 per cent from the pre-recession level and is now up 18.4 per cent since the end of the recession.

Supporting inclusive growth that works for all is part of Ontario's plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives. 

 

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Ontario’s unemployment rate was 6.4 per cent in December, below the national average for the 20th consecutive month.
  • Employment growth in Ontario accelerated in 2016, increasing by over 76,000. Since the recessionary low, 669,100 jobs have been created.
  • The average projection for Ontario among private-sector forecasters is for real GDP growth of 2.6 per cent in 2016.

 

  

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News Release Shingles Vaccine Free for Ontario Seniors

Posted on 29 December 2016 by admin

  

December 29, 2016.

Provincial Program Helps Save Seniors Money and Stay Healthy

Ontario is reminding seniors who are turning 65 in 2017 that, starting January 1, they will be eligible to get the shingles vaccine free of charge, saving them approximately $170 and helping them stay healthy.

Seniors aged 65 to 70 can get the vaccine from their doctor or nurse practitioner. The vaccine greatly reduces the risk of developing shingles.

Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, affects more than 42,000 people every year in Ontario. People with shingles often experience pain, tingling, or itching and then a painful rash. This rash can last for a month or more and is often severe enough to interfere with daily activities. For some, complications from the virus can lead to serious health problems such as loss of vision and prolonged nerve pain.

Expanding Ontario's publicly funded immunization program to help seniors stay healthy is part of the government's plan to build a better Ontario through its Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care, which is providing patients with faster access to the right care, better home and community care, the information they need to stay healthy and a health care system that's sustainable for generations to come.

 

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Ontario is the only jurisdiction in Canada that provides the shingles vaccine free of charge.
  • Approximately 850,000 seniors between the ages of 65 and 70 are eligible to receive the publicly funded shingles vaccine.
  • Approximately 200,000 doses of the publicly funded shingles vaccine have been distributed throughout Ontario since the program launched in September.
  • The shingles vaccine is also available in participating pharmacies. Patients who choose to receive the vaccine from a pharmacist will need a prescription from their primary care provider and will have to pay the pharmacy a fee for the vaccine.
  • Studies show that the vaccine is highly effective when seniors are vaccinated between the ages of 65 to 70. The program aligns with scientific and expert recommendations from Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization and Ontario’s Provincial Infectious Diseases Advisory Committee on Immunization.
  • Shingles is caused by the reactivation of the varicella zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox. 

  

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NEWS RELEASE: Growth that Creates Shared Benefits the Hallmark of Ontario in 2016

Posted on 29 December 2016 by admin

  

News Release

Growth that Creates Shared Benefits the Hallmark of Ontario in 2016

December 29, 2016

Significant Progress Made on Building Ontario Up for Everyone

The government has made substantial progress this year to build Ontario up in ways that help people in their everyday lives.

Premier Kathleen Wynne and her team are delivering on their commitments to create jobs, make economic growth more inclusive and ensure Ontario's growing economy delivers real benefits in the lives of workers and families. As promised, the province is on course to present a balanced budget this coming spring and has put Ontario's finances on solid ground without reducing public services that people rely on. In fact, Ontario took several new steps to strengthen public services in 2016, including:

 

  • Making college and university tuition free for more than 150,000 students from families earning less than $50,000 a year, and providing more generous grants to make college and university more affordable for students from middle-income families, starting in 2017-18
  • Helping to create 100,000 more licensed child care spaces for infants, toddlers and preschoolers within the next five years
  • Reducing electricity costs for five million residential consumers, small businesses and farms, and providing additional savings for rural residents and businesses 
  • Putting patients first by increasing investments in hospitals, home care and front-line workers and proposing legislation to improve access to primary care providers and ensure better coordination and continuity of care for patients
  • Introducing legislation to strengthen and modernize Ontario's child and youth services by putting children at the centre of decision making and supporting more accountable, responsive and accessible services
  • Enhancing transit and improving roads and bridges across the province, including key milestones on LRT and subway projects in Toronto; investing to expand LRT service in Ottawa and GO Rail service in Waterloo, Niagara, Barrie, Durham and York regions; and improving the connecting link on Highway 26 through Barrie
  • Making Ontario an even better place to do business by inviting the public and businesses to find ways to help cut red tape and working to ensure employees have the skills needed in a changing economy
  • Working with Indigenous partners to address the legacy of residential schools, close gaps and remove barriers, support Indigenous culture and reconcile relationships with Indigenous peoples
  • Expanding trade and strengthening international partnerships through Premier's missions to India, Mexico, the U.S., Israel and the Middle East, and Japan and South Korea
  • Advocating for and achieving a national agreement to improve retirement security by enhancing the Canada Pension Plan
  • Launching an action plan to fight climate change that will create good jobs, increase options for consumers and open up new opportunities for investment in Ontario.

 

Building a more inclusive economy and strengthening public services across Ontario are part of the government's plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.

 

 

 

 

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Global companies such as GE, Fiat Chrysler, IBM, Google, General Motors and Huawei are making major investments in Ontario, attracted by our competitive tax system, stable financial markets, modern infrastructure and highly skilled workforce.
  • Ontario is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, public transit, roads and bridges in the province’s history. To learn more about what’s happening in your community, go to Ontario.ca/BuildON.
  • The government remains on track to balancing the budget in 2017–18 and keeping it balanced in 2018–19.

 

 

QUOTES

"Many parts of Canada, North America and the world are ending 2016 with uncertainty. Not Ontario. The plan we developed together to build our province up is working. Our economy is growing, and across the province you can see the transformation that is happening. We are creating inclusive growth that benefits everyone. We are making college and university more affordable, adding 100,000 new child care spaces, investing in front-line care, building roads and transit, and making our province an even better place to raise a family and do business. I look forward to building on this momentum in 2017 as we work to ensure that everyone in every region is experiencing the benefits of our strong, growing economy."
 — Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  

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Ontario Announces First Agri-Food Trade Mission to India

Posted on 20 September 2016 by admin

News Release

 

Ministers to Explore Export and Investment Opportunities.

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.

Jeff Leal, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and Michael Chan, Minister of International Trade, will travel to India this fall to create new economic opportunities for Ontario's agri-food industry while strengthening trade and exploring areas for future co-operation.

The mission will build on Premier Kathleen Wynne's successful mission to India in early 2016 and will focus on strengthening agri-food trade relationships with India, home to the world's second-largest population and a rapidly growing economy. Identifying new trade markets and partners will help boost Ontario's agri-food industry and increase exports.

The mission to India will take place November 13-20, 2016, and will include visits to New Delhi, Mumbai and Chandigarh. Representatives from Canadian trade organizations, commodity groups, food and beverage processors and the feed sector will join Ontario's delegation.

Building new relationships to help Ontario's agri-food businesses compete globally is part of the government's economic plan to build Ontario up and deliver on its number-one priority to grow the economy and create jobs. The four-part plan includes helping more people get and create the jobs of the future by expanding access to high-quality college and university education. The plan is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, roads, bridges and transit in Ontario's history and is investing in a low-carbon economy driven by innovative, high-growth, export-oriented businesses. The plan is also helping working Ontarians achieve a more secure retirement.

Quick Facts

  • India is an important trade partner for Ontario. In 2015, the total value of all goods and services traded between Ontario and India was approximately $2.5 billion.
  • Ontario is home to the largest Indo-Canadian community in Canada. Almost 700,000 Ontarians have connections to India.
  • Ontario trade missions, including Ministers Leal and Chan’s mission to India, supportOntario’s Going Global Trade Strategy.
  • Premier Kathleen Wynne led Ontario’s trade mission to India from January 31-February 5, 2016.
  • Premier Wynne’s successful trade mission to India resulted in Memoranda of Understandings with five Indian states, all of which included references to agriculture and food processing.
  • Ontario has International Trade and Investment Offices in New Delhi and Mumbai.
  • The Canada-India Business Council has promoted partnerships and business opportunities between our countries for more than 33 years.

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Jeff Leal

“India is the world’s third-largest economy and represents a tremendous opportunity for Ontario’s agri-food sector in a market that is new to many of Ontario’s exporters. By strengthening trading relationships between governments and businesses, and building on the relationships Ontario agri-food companies and businesses already have established, we can explore ways to attract new investment to the province and help Ontario’s agri-food sector compete globally.”

Jeff Leal

Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

Michael Chan

“This mission to India will strengthen the Ontario brand internationally in a fast-growing priority market and improve our competitive position in the global economy. Ontario and India are natural partners in agriculture and food production, and I look forward to finding new opportunities where we can align Ontario technology, goods and services with the needs of the Indian market.”

Michael Chan

Minister of International Trade

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News Release: Throne Speech Announced for September 12, 2016

Posted on 08 September 2016 by admin

 Ontario

 

 

All Government Bills to be Reintroduced This Fall.

Office of the Premier

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced today that the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, accepted the Premier's advice to prorogue the legislature as of 12 p.m. today. The Lieutenant Governor will deliver a Speech from the Throne outlining the government's plans for the new session when the legislature convenes on September 12, 2016.

Premier Wynne said the government will reintroduce, this fall, all government bills that were before the legislature prior to prorogation, so that debate on them can continue.

This includes election finance reform legislation, which the government intends to reintroduce on September 13, 2016 with all the amendments agreed to at the committee stage prior to the prorogation of the legislature. The government also intends to move amendments during the committee stage of the bill to prohibit MPPs in all parties from attending fundraising events.

No sitting days will be lost due to prorogation, as the legislature is convening for the 2nd session on September 12, 2016, which is consistent with the parliamentary calendar established in the 1st session.

The Throne Speech will provide an update on and outline next steps in the government's economic plan to build Ontario up and deliver on its number-one priority to grow the economy and create jobs. The four-part plan includes helping more people get and create the jobs of the future by expanding access to high-quality college and university education. The plan is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, roads, bridges and transit in Ontario's history and is investing in a low-carbon economy driven by innovative, high-growth, export-oriented businesses. The plan is also helping working Ontarians achieve a more secure retirement.

Quick Facts

  • The 1st session of Ontario’s 41st parliament, which ended today, began on July 2, 2014 with the election of the Speaker. The Throne Speech for the 1st session was delivered on July 3, 2014.
  • There have been 185 sitting days in the legislature since the session began in July 2014. This is the third-longest session in the past 20 years.
  • During the session, 48 government and 18 private members’ bills were passed.

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News Release: Change to Ontario Cabinet Increases Focus on Child Care

Posted on 27 August 2016 by admin

  

 

August 24, 2016.

New Associate Minister of Education Will Lead Work on Early Years and Child Care.

Kathleen-Wynne.jpgPremier Kathleen Wynne today announced a change to her cabinet that will help strengthen supports for parents and give children the best possible start in life.

Indira Naidoo-Harris, MPP for Halton, becomes Associate Minister of Education (Early Years and Child Care). She will lead the government's efforts, in partnership with the Minister of Education, to build a high-quality, accessible and affordable early years and child care system that supports choice and flexibility for parents and promotes healthy development for children.

Naidoo-Harris will build on work to date in several areas, including:

  • Putting in place a renewed and coordinated system of Ontario Early Years Child and Family Centres to better serve families and communities
  • Ensuring that child care policies align with government efforts in areas such as addressing the gender wage gap
  • Working with the federal and provincial and territorial governments on a national early learning and child care framework.

Giving children the best start in life is part of the government's economic plan to build Ontario up and deliver on its number-one priority to grow the economy and create jobs. The four-part plan includes helping more people get and create the jobs of the future by expanding access to high-quality college and university education. The plan is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, roads, bridges and transit in Ontario's history and is investing in a low-carbon economy driven by innovative, high-growth, export-oriented businesses. The plan is also helpin g working Ontarians achieve a more secure retirement.

 

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Starting September 1, Ontario is ending fees for licensed child care centre and home child care agency wait lists. It is the first province to do so.
  • Since 2012–13, the number of licensed spaces in child care centres has increased by more than 56,000 — a 19% increase.
  • Ontario is providing $120 million over three years in new funding to create about 4,000 safe, high-quality, licensed child care spaces in schools across the province.
  • Ontario is investing $269 million over three years to support a wage increase for early childhood educators and other child care professionals in licensed child care settings.
  • Full-day kindergarten has been available to every four- and five-year-old in Ontario since September 2014. Families could save up to $6,500 per child each year in child care costs by enrolling their child in full-day kindergarten.

 

 

 

QUOTES

"Access to high-quality, affordable child care is essential to Ontario families. This new role in cabinet demonstrates our continued commitment to building a child care and early years system that will make life easier for parents and give children the chance to flourish."
 — Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario

 

"I want to congratulate Indira Naidoo-Harris on becoming the new Associate Minister of Education for Early Years and Child Care. She is a talented, dedicated and committed MPP. We have many shared commitments and I look forward to working with her on behalf of our province’s children and families. Together, we will ensure Ontario’s child care, early years and education systems continue to benefit the people of Ontario."
 — Mitzie Hunter, Minister of Education

 

"A child’s development in their early years affects the rest of their lives. In this new role, I look forward to working with child care providers and Ontario families to set our children up for success. We will build an early years and child care system that supports parents and gives more kids the strong start they need and deserve."
 — Indira Naidoo-Harris, Associate Minister of Education (Early Years and Child Care)

  

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