Once local trends of key public health indicators have improved, the province’s 34 public health regions will be gradually transitioned back to a strengthened and revised COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open, with some new and modified measures in place.
Red Tape Reduction Ministry Launches New Webpage to Hear Directly from Business Making Ontario work smarter by modernizing regulations and easing burdens on job-creators October 18, 2019 8:30 A.M. Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade TORONTO – The Ontario government has launched a new website that will make it easier for businesses to […]
(Toronto — July 22, 2019) Today, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released a new report, Refreshing the Sale of Beverage Alcohol in Ontario. This report outlines how the Province could modernize the sale and distribution of beverage alcohol to responsibly promote growth across all four categories – wine, beer, spirits, and cider. “Ontarians want […]
The following festivals and events are receiving more than $80,000 in support through the Celebrate Ontario program: · Paisley Blues Festival (May 31 – June 2) – $2,597 · Hanover Sights and Sounds Festival (July 25 – 28) – $12,093 · Summertime Blues Festival in Owen Sound (July 12 – 13) – $65,584 Celebrate Ontario […]