Ministry of Children and Youth Services Ontario Opens New Children’s Centre in Cobourg August 28, 2017 – Cobourg, Ontario Ontario is improving access to services for children and youth with special needs, with the opening of a new, modern, and centrally located Five Counties Children’s Centre in Cobourg. Minister of Children and Youth Services Michael […]
Ministry of Children and Youth Services Ontario Launching New Program for Black Youth Toronto, ON – July 26, 2017 Ontario is launching a new mentorship program for Black children and youth that will help young people in priority communities to build confidence and develop skills for school and work. Michael Coteau, Minister of Children and […]
Ministry of Children and Youth Services Ontario Investing in Jake’s House and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada Collaboration North York, ON – June 13, 2017 Ontario is supporting skill-building mentorships for children and youth with autism through a new program at Toronto-based Jake’s House for Children with Autism (Jake’s House). Minister of Children and […]
Ministry of Children and Youth Services Ontario Strengthening Child Welfare, Improving Outcomes for Youth Province Increasing Accountability and Child-Centred Care Toronto, ON – Dec 8, 2016 Ontario is working to help children and youth across the province reach their full potential by introducing legislation to strengthen and modernize child and youth services. Minister of Children […]
Ontario is providing more support for youth and children with autism, including an accelerated implementation of the new Ontario Autism Program.
Ontario Investing in Interactive Digital Media Sector – Toronto, ON Ontario is investing $6 million through the Interactive Digital Media Fund to support 52 companies focused on building a vibrant digital media industry, creating jobs and growing the economy. Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport Michael Coteau made the announcement today at marblemedia, an award-winning […]
Toronto -May 12, 2015 Ontario will introduce new legislation today to protect and improve thousands of kilometers of the province’s urban, suburban, rural and remote land and water trails network while encouraging its expansion. If passed, the Supporting Ontario’s Trails Act would: Provide the trails community […]
February 20, 2015 – Toronto Ontario is one step closer to being Games ready with the completion of construction of the CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Athletes’ Village. TO2015 will now begin the final preparations to ensure the Village is Games ready. The Village will be home to 7,100 athletes and team officials during the Pan […]