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Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.

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Ontario Government Holds Budget Consultation in Scarborough

The Ontario Government is asking people in Scarborough for their best advice on how to make life more affordable, invest in critical public services and balance the budget by 2023 through public consultations for the 2020 Budget. 

Today, the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Seniors and Accessibility and MPP for Scarborough North, the MPP for Scarborough Centre, the MPP for Scarborough—Agincourt, and the MPP for Scarborough—Rouge Park, were in Scarborough to host a public consultation for the 2020 Budget.

Ontario Government Takes Action on Campuses to Support Student Mental Health

Ontario's government is putting students first by increasing funding to expand mental health services for postsecondary students across the province.

Today, the Minister of Colleges and Universities, at Ryerson University announced an additional investment of $1 million to help Kids Help Phone to expand Good2Talk/Allo J'écoute services in order to reach and support more postsecondary students. 

Ontario Government Holds Budget Consultation in Durham Region

The Ontario Government is asking people in Durham Region for their best advice on how to make life more affordable, invest in critical public services and balance the budget by 2023 through public consultations for the 2020 Budget.  

Today, the Minister of Finance, the President of the Treasury Board and MPP for Pickering—Uxbridge, the MPP for Whitby—Oshawa, and the MPP for Durham, were in Whitby to host a public consultation for the 2020 Budget.

Federal Government Increasing Measures to Monitor Wuhan Novel Coronavirus Risks at Canadian Airports, Including Pearson

The Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, and co-chair of the federal-provincial-territorial health table joined the Minister of Health for Canada, and ministerial colleagues from each of the provinces and territories to share important information and further coordinate our joint efforts to protect the health and well being of all Canadians, including Ontarians, from the emerging issues of the Wuhan novel coronavirus. The federal government outlined their enhanced measures, which now include: