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Ontario Helping To Help Improve Water Supply in Prescott and Brockville

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Ontario Helping To Help Improve Water Supply in Prescott and Brockville

Ontario Helping To Help Improve Water Supply in Prescott and Brockville Ontario is providing the Town of Prescott and the City of Brockville with up to $2,734,040 in combined funding through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund – two of 59 approved projects across the province that will receive new funding. Ontario Helping To […]

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Ontario Partnering With First Nations to Address Climate Change

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Ontario Partnering With First Nations to Address Climate Change

Ontario Partnering With First Nations to Address Climate Change Ontario continues to put its new Climate Change Strategy into action by investing $13 million in two initiatives to help Indigenous communities address climate change and support economic growth. Ontario Partnering With First Nations to Address Climate Change Source: Ontario Government News

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Ontario Investing Over $4 Million to Expand R&D in Medical Devices

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Ontario Investing Over $4 Million to Expand R&D in Medical Devices

Ontario Investing Over Million to Expand R&D in Medical Devices Ontario is partnering with Baylis Medical Company to support an R&D expansion project at the company’s Mississauga manufacturing plant that will increase exports, create 84 new jobs and retain 194 positions. Ontario Investing Over Million to Expand R&D in Medical Devices Source: Ontario […]

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Ontario Partners With Next-Generation Tech Leader

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Ontario Partners With Next-Generation Tech Leader

Ontario Partners With Next-Generation Tech Leader Ontario is partnering with Sandvine, an Ontario-based global leader in networking equipment, to support the development of emerging, cloud-based technologies that will create 75 new jobs and retain 267 existing jobs in Waterloo, and strengthen the province’s reputation as a knowledge-economy hub. Ontario Partners With Next-Generation Tech […]

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Port Colborne bridges open for Seaway season start

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Port Colborne bridges open for Seaway season start

The bridges are going to be open for the start of the St. Lawrence Seaway season acting CAO Ron Hanson reported during the Port Colborne regular council meeting Monday night. “The Seaway has assured me that Bridge 19 repairs will be completed by Friday,” he said. “Bridge 21 will be closed for repairs Mar. 16 and […]

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Deputy Mayor to fill in for Mayor at Regional Council

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Deputy Mayor to fill in for Mayor at Regional Council

Deputy Mayor Bea Kenny will be filling in to represent Port Colborne at Niagara Region while Mayor John Maloney recuperates after suffering a minor stroke a couple of weeks ago. According to the report presented to council, Mayor Maloney said “No physician has indicated a firm return date to me. Notwithstanding, I personally do not […]

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