Ministry of Transportation Province Providing More Travel Options for People in Southwestern Ontario Cambridge, ON – Jan 15, 2018 Ontario is making it easier and more convenient for people to get where they need to go by improving transportation services within and between communities across southwestern Ontario. Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, was […]
Ministry of Education Innovative Pilot Programs Underway in Schools Across the Province Cambridge, ON – Apr 19, 2017 Ontario is launching eight pilot projects to provide more reading support for students with learning disabilities, with participating schools in Cambridge, London, Sudbury and Windsor. Education Minister Mitzie Hunter, joined by MPP Kathryn McGarry, was at St. […]
Ministry of Community and Social Services Investing in Residential Care for Adults with Developmental Disabilities Cambridge, ON – Feb 8, 2017 Ontario is investing in the rebuild of a residence for adults with developmental disabilities in the Cambridge area. Christian Horizons in Branchton, which once provided housing for four adults with special needs, was […]
Ministry of Transportation Highway 401 widening to improve safety and traffic flow for Ontario residents Canada and Ontario Making Highway Travel Faster and More Reliable Cambridge, ON – Jan 27, 2017 The governments of Ontario and Canada are investing in Highway 401 to build stronger, more efficient transportation corridors, and improve safety and traffic flow […]
Starting this fall, additional GO bus trips will operate weekdays to provide timed connections with GO train service between Cambridge and Milton
Ontario is providing $975,000 to the Region of Waterloo to help build new, or improve existing, cycling infrastructure. In Cambridge, Waterloo & Kitchener.