Ontario's Government is providing more people across the province with the compassionate care they deserve when nearing the end of their lives.
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Ontario's Government is providing $1.5 million to help police fight human trafficking, disrupt outlaw motorcycle gang activity, support victims and address mental health issues in their communities
It is in the heart of the Queen City that the leaders of Hôpital Montfort and the Centre francophone de Toronto (CFT) signed a collaboration agreement
Ontario's Government is committed to making more good-quality places to live available for the hardworking people of Ontario.
The Premier announced three new policy directions that Ontario's Government will adopt, in recognition of the significant and ongoing contributions of Franco-Ontarians and Francophones to Ontario over the past 400 years.
Ontario's Government is tearing down barriers and cutting red tape to make it easier for people to find an affordable place to live in Ontario.
Ontario’s Government for the People Improving Patient and Family Access to Quality Health Care in Peel Region
The Public Health Agency of Canada is collaborating with provincial public health partners, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada, as well as the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S. CDC) and the United States Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA), to investigate an outbreak of E. coli infections in Ontario and Quebec, and several U.S. states.
Ontario's Government for the People is tapping into a network of community partners, including about 900 member organizations, agencies and partners, to help stop violence against women and improve services for survivors.
Promoting Francophone immigration is a priority for the Government of Canada. As part of National Francophone Immigration Week, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced a number of key initiatives to improve and grow services for francophone immigrants.