Ontario recognized 20 outstanding seniors for their significant contributions to their communities and to the province with the Ontario Senior Achievement Awards.
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The provincial government aims to help youth in Ontario pursue careers in agriculture and food by continuing to support 4-H Ontario in delivering community-based education and leadership opportunities.
The Governments of Canada and Ontario, along with the City of London, celebrated the official opening of 18 new affordable housing initiatives in London and the surrounding area today.
Ontario has named Jennifer Richardson as the Director of the new Provincial Anti-Human Trafficking Coordination Office.
John McCallum, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, has announced the Government of Canada’s intention to lift the visa requirements for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens on December 1, 2017.
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister, John McCallum has announced that Canada will welcome 300,000 immigrants in 2017.
November is Financial Literacy Month and the province of Ontario is highlighting the various resources and supports provided to students across the province to improve their financial literacy.
The David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility recognizes Ontarians who have gone above and beyond in improving accessibility for people with disabilities.
The award recognizes four individuals or organizations each year for outstanding leadership and commitment in supporting awareness of accessibility and disability issues.
Recipients receive a personalized certificate and $5,000, except the Champion Award recipient who receives a personalize certificate and will be placed on the Honour Roll.
Nomination deadline is December 3.
Province Supporting Campus-Wide Energy Retrofit at Carleton University
Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development
Ontario is investing in modern and energy-efficient facilities for students at Carleton University, which will offer new opportunities for experiential learning, and create space for applied research and development.
Yasir Naqvi, MPP for Ottawa Centre, joined local MP Catherine McKenna at Carleton this week (Nov 7) to make the announcement.
Helping Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses With Energy Efficient Upgrades
November 8, 2016 10:00 A.M.
Ministry of Economic Development and Growth
Ontario is launching a new program to help small- and medium-sized businesses reduce emissions and become more energy efficient.
The SMART Green program, a partnership between the government and the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), is designed to assist businesses to invest in equipment and process upgrades including high-efficiency ovens, dryers, kilns and furnaces.