The 2012 Ontario Budget takes strong action to eliminate Ontario's deficit by 2017-18 while protecting health care and education and doing the things that are essential to creating jobs and growing the economy.
Ontario’s seniors worked hard to build a province that we could all be proud of. That’s why the McGuinty government is taking strong action to give our seniors the supports they need to enjoy their golden years with dignity and grace.
Ontario is asking everyone in the public sector to do their part to help bring down a $16 billion deficit. That includes asking school boards to take a look at underused schools and the possibility of school consolidations in order to re-invest in student
Savings found in the education budget to provide $20 million in transition funding for northern and rural hospitals. We cut the price the government pays for generic drugs and we’ll use that money to support the most vulnerable, raising Ontario Disa
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