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Ontario News Now 19h
., MPP for King–Vaughan, announced good news for commuters and transit users in Vaughan! 180 new parking spaces were permanently added to Maple's station, making life more convenient for those looking to avoid gridlock by taking public transit.
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Doug Ford 21h
.: Clear need to strengthen public health in Ontario
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Doug Ford May 24
"Their legacy, aside from helping to make Ontario one of the world’s most indebted non-national governments, was overcrowded emergency rooms, hallway medicine and billions of dollars of waste, including the e-Health and Ornge air ambulance scandals."
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Ontario News Now May 24
Ontario is partnering with the 's accessibility certification program to provide assessments that will help remove barriers to make life easier for those with accessibility needs.
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Ontario News Now May 23
Ontario is investing $27 billion over 10 years to end hallway health care. Ministers , and celebrated a milestones in Brockville General Hospital's redevelopment, the largest public infrastructure investment in the city's history.
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Ontario PC Party May 23
John Tory and members of his council want the people to believe that there are no savings within their bloated government. Sign here if you think otherwise:
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Ontario News Now May 23
Our government is giving municipalities and district school boards the tools they need to find real savings and protect what matters most to the people of Ontario through the $7.35 million Audit and Accountability Fund.
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Doug Ford May 22
Statement from Premier Doug Ford:
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Doug Ford May 22
Every day, families across Ontario make choices to find savings. Government is no different. We've done it at the province and we're asking our municipal partners to do the same. Find 4 cents in savings for every dollar spent to protect vital services for future generations.
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Doug Ford May 21
Replying to @fordnation
We campaigned on finding four cents for every provincial dollar spent and we are asking our partners to do the same.
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Doug Ford May 21
Replying to @fordnation
But the previous Liberal government was using the credit card to pay the mortgage and, with interest payments costing our province $38 million a day, we can't do it alone.
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Doug Ford May 21
Our government was elected to fix 15 years of Liberal mismanagement, put the province on a path to balance and protect services like health care and education.
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Christine Hogarth May 20
Our province was spending $40 million more a day than we were bringing in. If we don’t get our spending under control now, we won’t have anything left to spend on services that are essential to the people of Ontario.
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Doug Ford May 18
For all those who are saying the carbon tax is not the reason you’ll be paying more for gas this long weekend, you’re partially right — you are paying more for gas not just this weekend, but every single day.
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Doug Ford May 19
The people of Ontario elected us to protect what matters most. We can't keep spending on the taxpayers' credit card without expecting the bill to come due. This year, we'll spend $12.5 billion paying interest on debt, money that should be going to education and health care.
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Ontario News Now May 18
Premier Ford kicked off the long weekend by heading north and touring local businesses in Barrie and Orillia. The Premier loves hearing from workers so that our government can continue to protect what matters most to Ontarians.
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Brett Todd May 17
Very thankful to the Ontario government for its announcement today of $71 million in funding for ! Huge thanks to and for their advocacy on this vital project for the region.
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Doug Ford May 17
Gas prices are going up again this long weekend. We have to get rid of this federal carbon tax! We have to stop punishing drivers and families every time they fill up. Our government will keep fighting this terrible tax to make life more affordable for your family.
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Doug Ford May 17
Setting the record straight on our government's plan for education.
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Ontario News Now May 17
Innovative companies like will help take Ontario’s transportation sector into the future. Ministers and visited their office in Toronto to learn more about how their technology is reducing carbon emissions for large transportation vehicles.
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