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  • Ontario Extends Declaration of Emergency until June 30

    Ontario Extends Declaration of Emergency until June 30

    Extension Key to Protecting Ontarians as Province Safely Reopens

    TORONTO ― In consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, Ontario is extending the provincial Declaration of Emergency to June 30. The decision supports the government's efforts to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak and protect the health and safety of Ontarians as the province reopens in a measured and responsible way. The extension, under s.7.0.7 of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, was approved by the Ontario legislature earlier today.

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  • Ontario Helps Manufacturers Ramp Up Production of Personal Protective Equipment

    Ontario Helps Manufacturers Ramp Up Production of Personal Protective Equipment

    Initiatives Will Benefit Frontline Workers during COVID-19

    TORONTO ― The Ontario government continues investing in local manufacturers in order to keep frontline workers and communities safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. More innovative businesses are receiving financial support today through the Ontario Together Fund to re-tool their processes and increase their capacity to make personal protective equipment (PPE).

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  • Ontario and Michigan Announce Wolf Relocation Initiative

    TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford and Governor of Michigan Rick Snyder announced a partnership to move wolves from Ontario to Michigan's Isle Royale National Park as part of a mutual commitment to conservation. Through this initiative, Ontario will help Michigan increase its wolf population to restore balance in the ecosystem. 

    News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Premier Doug Ford Announces Economic Growth in the Thunder Bay Forestry Sector

    THUNDER BAY — Today, Premier Doug Ford and Jeff Yurek, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, announced that Resolute Forest Products will be investing $40 million into Ontario's Northwestern operations, and an additional $13.5 million into maintenance and job creation at the Thunder Bay pulp and paper mill.

    News Release | Office of the Premier
  • Ontario Partners with Business to Build New Etobicoke GO Station

    TORONTO — Ontario's Government for the People is keeping its promise to build transit and make Ontario open for business by working with the private sector to build commuters a new, modern station at Mimico GO. This station is the product of a new kind of partnership. This project will optimize the use of government-owned land and increase transit ridership by building a new development along an existing transit line. We are improving the transit experience and making life easier for Ontarians.

    News Release | Transportation
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