The threshold will be increased by six per cent, which the province says will make 140,000 more people eligible for legal aid.
Seniors aged 65 to 70 can now get the vaccine free, which the province says will save them about $170.
It comes on the heels of a similar announcement for uOttawa.
Des Rosiers will support the work of the Minister of Housing in such areas as the transformation of Ontario’s housing system into one that is people-centred, partnership-based and responsive to local needs.
Ontario introduced changes Wednesday to three key pieces of municipal legislation that would, if passed, help local governments be more open, flexible and accountable to the people they serve.
The mayor has sent four questions to all candidates to find out their positions on city issues.
Ontario is seeking public input to help inform the design of a basic income pilot, which is an innovative new approach to providing income security.
The province is proposing banning door-to-door sales of certain appliances, regulate the home inspection industry and increase consumer protection for payday loans.
The province has already implemented a number of the Task Force’s recommendations and is actively working to address recommendations requiring longer term solutions.
Councillor George Darouze launched the petition in March with the goal of cutting the higher prices Hydro One charges residents.
This new unit will help patients by reducing their hospital stays, the need for anti-psychotic drugs and the likelihood of being readmitted.
According to the Office of the Chief Coroner, 39 per cent of drivers killed on Ontario’s roads in 2013 had either drugs or a combination of drugs and alcohol in their system.
The province’s Special Investigations Unit has been called to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a 52-year-old man who fell from a balcony today in Ottawa.
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced in Ottawa the creation of the spaces, at the cost of $1.5-million.
Through a $1.7 million investment over three years, workers will be provided with the tools to intervene safely and support survivors of sexual violence and ha
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