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Government of Ontario News - Finance: News

Government of Ontario News - Finance: News
Government of Ontario News - Finance: News
  1. Ontario Appoints Special Advisor for Alcohol Review

    Ontario's Government for the People has named Ken Hughes to the newly created role of Special Advisor for the Beverage Alcohol Review.

  2. Ontario Invests in Horse Racing to Strengthen Rural Communities

    Ontario's Government is putting people first by supporting rural communities through new investments to help the province's horse racing industry create and protect good jobs. 

  3. Statement from the Finance Minister on the 2019 Federal Budget

    "Today's federal budget confirms the federal government does not share Ontario's vision for making our province, let alone our country, Open for Business and Open for Jobs, and threatens manufacturing jobs and small businesses in Ontario. This in addition to hurting hard-working families by imposing its job-killing carbon tax.

  4. Ontario to Release 2019 Budget on April 11
    As the Government for the People continues to restore trust, transparency and accountability in Ontario's finances, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, announced today that he will deliver the 2019 Ontario Budget on April 11, 2019.
  5. Ontario's Third Quarter Finances Show $1 Billion Reduction in Deficit

    Today Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, was joined by Peter Bethlenfalvy, President of the Treasury Board, to provide an update on the province's finances. The government released the Ontario 2018-2019 Third Quarter Finances which, for the first time, reveal a $1 billion reduction in the Province's deficit, largely driven by increased economic activity from consumers and businesses. The deficit is now projected to be $13.5 billion in 2018-19.

  6. Ontario Helping With Recreational Cannabis Costs
    Ontario's Government for the People is assisting municipalities with the cost of legalizing cannabis and combatting the illegal market by providing a second payment of $15 million by the end of February to help safeguard communities.
  7. Reforming Auto Insurance for the People

    The Ontario Government, working for the people, is inviting drivers and consumers to share their views on how to lower the province's auto insurance rates as part of its commitment to making life more affordable.

  8. Ontario Stands Up For Families and Businesses
    Ontario's Government for the People is standing up for the families and businesses that will be hurt by the combined impact of the federal government's job-killing carbon tax and the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) enhancement, both of which come into force today. 
  9. Ontario Takes a Phased Approach to Cannabis Retail Licensing Due to National Supply Shortages

    Today, the Honourable Caroline Mulroney, Attorney General and the Honourable Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, released the following statement on changes being made to the licensing process for recreational retail cannabis stores in Ontario: 

  10. Ontario Launches Consultations on Alcohol Choice and Convenience

    Ontario's Government for the People is inviting consumers and businesses to share their views on how beverage alcohol choice and convenience can be increased in the province.