Ont. govt. investing $2.35M in advanced animal research
Research investment will help farmers safely manage livestock
Ontario Ministry of Education cuts ties with WE, says will investigate contracts
On June 18, the ministry announced that it would give WE Charity $250,000 for a year-long education program
Ontario sets new rules for restaurants as Toronto, Peel Region enter Stage 3
Toronto city council has enacted a series of additional health measures beyond those set by the province in preparation for the change
Toronto, Peel to join Stage 3 of reopening on July 31; Windsor-Essex left behind
Windsor-Essex region will remain in Stage 2 due to continued outbreaks on farms
The Canadian Shield donates 750,000 face shields to education ministries
The value of the 750,000 face shield donation is approximately $7.5 million
Ont govt. delivers up to $4B to support municipalities and transit
Details on specific allocations will be provided in the coming weeks
Advanced manufacturing booming in Ontario: Innovation Economy Council
Whitepaper details the current state of advanced manufacturing in Canada’s industrial heartland, along with next steps.
Much of Ontario to enter Stage 3 of reopening July 17
10 regions to be held back outside the GTA and Hamilton areas, the Niagara Region, and Windsor-Essex.
Ontario invests $10M to support road and highway projects
Additional funding supports road and highway projects in municipalities across the province
Windsor health unit asks for help as more farm workers contract COVID-19
COVID-19 cases on local farms have complicated Windsor-Essex’s transition to the second stage of reopening
Ontario proposes new water bottling policies, more municipal power
The planned changes come three years after the former Liberal government enacted a moratorium on new and expanded permits to take water for bottling
Since 1887: Heritage Hockey Sticks continues a Canadian legacy
Hockey sticks have been made in Cambridge for 133 years, but this operation is now unique, as stick making has shifted overseas.
Toronto, Peel to enter Stage 2, Windsor-Essex remains in Stage 1
Restaurant patios, hair salons and swimming pools in Toronto and Peel Region are able to resume operations June 24
Outbreaks on farms are holding back the entire region, says Windsor, Ont., mayor
The mayor said public health officials have failed to ensure all migrant workers are tested for COVID-19
Ontario brewery employment triples in last decade amid craft beer growth
Growth among craft brewers more than offset declines in employment at larger beer companies.