Government of Ontario News - Finance: News

Government of Ontario News - Finance: News
Government of Ontario News - Finance: News
  1. Ontario Receives Recommendations to Help Mortgage Brokers Better Serve Customers
    TORONTO — Today the Ministry of Finance released a report on the legislated review of the Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act led by Doug Downey, Attorney General, and Stan Cho, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance. Their report follows extensive public consultations and input from various financial services stakeholders.
  2. Ontario Keeping Its Promise to Put Drivers First

    TORONTO — The Ontario Government is giving drivers more choice and convenience when it comes to their proof of auto insurance.

  3. Ontario Helping Parents Save on the Costs of Summer Camp

    MIDLAND — Ontario parents and caregivers should save their receipts from day camp and summer camp for the opportunity to save come tax time. Thanks to the new Ontario Childcare Access and Relief from Expenses (CARE) tax credit, parents could receive up to 75 per cent of their eligible child care expenses for a wide range of options, including care in centres, homes and camps. 

  4. Ontario Helping Municipalities to Protect Youth and Combat Illegal Cannabis Market

    Ontario is partnering with municipalities to combat the illegal cannabis market and keep our communities safe by providing municipalities with $6.74 million through the Ontario Cannabis Legalization Implementation Fund (OCLIF). The government is also investing $3.26 million to support municipalities with enhanced enforcement against illegal cannabis operations.

  5. Toward Sustainable, Transparent Finances

    Today, the Government of Ontario delivered on its commitment of accountability and transparency to the taxpayers with the release of the province's first quarter finances. 

  6. New Membership at Investment Management Corporation of Ontario

    TORONTO — Three new board members were appointed to the board of the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO) today. 

  7. Ontario Promotes its Open for Business, Open for Jobs Approach to Investors in Europe

    TORONTO — Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, has completed a successful week-long investor relations tour of the U.K., France and Germany, during which the messages of Ontario's commitment to fiscal responsibility and being open for business and open for jobs were heard loud and clear by international investors and CEOs. 

  8. Ontario Launches New, Modern Financial Services Regulator
    TORONTO — The Ontario Government is making Ontario open for business, open for jobs, and cutting red tape with the launch of a new independent and self-funded regulator of financial services and pensions.
  9. Beverage Alcohol to be Sold in Hundreds of Additional Stores Across Ontario

    NORTH YORK - The government of Ontario is putting people first and improving choice and convenience for consumers by expanding sales of beverage alcohol to nearly 300 new retail outlets across Ontario - many opening this summer, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, announced today. These stores will provide new economic opportunities for businesses across the province, while offering local craft brewers and wineries with greater reach and visibility.  

  10. Fitch Rating Statement: Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance
    "Today, the Fitch rating agency announced that they are moving the province from Negative watch to Stable and going to maintain our rating at AA-.