MENUMENU
Ontario – HomeTown TV12
Search

Ontario’s Government for the People Cutting Red Tape to Make Ontario a Top Destination for Global Investments

Ontario’s Government for the People Cutting Red Tape to Make Ontario a Top Destination for Global Investments
Premier Ford Discusses Open for Business Agenda at Toronto Global Forum TORONTO — Ontario’s Government for the People is cutting red tape to make it easier for international companies to invest, do business and create jobs in the province. Today, Premier Doug Ford spoke at the 2018 Toronto Global Forum, an event organized by the International Economic Forum of the... Read More

FESTIVE RIDE CAMPAIGN AS MUCH ABOUT DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE OF DRUGS AS ALCOHOL

FESTIVE RIDE CAMPAIGN AS MUCH ABOUT DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE OF DRUGS AS ALCOHOL
OPP Launches Festive RIDE (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) Campaign (November 23 – January 2, 2019) ORILLIA – Heading into the first Festive RIDE campaign since the legalization of non-medical cannabis, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding drivers that they are as prepared to deal with drug-impaired drivers over the holidays as those who are alcohol-impaired. So far this year (2018),... Read More

NOVEMBER ARRESTS SHOW PREVALENCE OF ONLINE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN ONTARIO

NOVEMBER ARRESTS SHOW PREVALENCE OF ONLINE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN ONTARIO
Police Services, Agencies Combine to Protect Children TORONTO – Numerous charges have been laid across Ontario, in what police are calling a snapshot of one month’s worth of work by Internet Child Exploitation Investigators that make up the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse and Exploitation on the Internet. At a media conference today in Vaughan, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)... Read More

OPP Association Supports Common Sense Changes to Police Oversight

OPP Association Supports Common Sense Changes to Police Oversight
BARRIE – OPP Association (OPPA) President Rob Jamieson and Director Harold Coffin joined Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Sylvia Jones, at the Police Association of Ontario’s Annual Lobby Day to support the government’s announcement of changes to the Police Services Act, which will provide an exemption to the reporting of incidents of death or serious injury where naloxone or other emergency first aid is administered. “We... Read More

OPP – WHO IS HE? POLICE SEEK INFORMATION TO IDENTIFY HUMAN REMAINS OF AN UNKNOWN MALE

OPP – WHO IS HE? POLICE SEEK INFORMATION TO IDENTIFY HUMAN REMAINS OF AN UNKNOWN MALE
WHO IS HE? Police Seek Information from the Public to Identify Remains of an Unknown Male ORILLIA – In 2016, a man died on the coast of Lake Superior, near Montreal River Harbour. His identity was never determined. We need your help to uncover who he was. WHAT WE DO KNOW Prior to his death, we believe the man was travelling... Read More

Inquest Date into the Death of Cleve Gordon Geddes Announced

Inquest Date into the Death of Cleve Gordon Geddes Announced
Dr. Louise McNaughton-Filion, Regional Supervising Coroner for East Region, Ottawa Office, today announced that a date has been scheduled for the inquest into the death of Cleve Gordon Geddes. Mr. Geddes, 30, died in hospital on February 10, 2017, after transfer from the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre. An inquest is mandatory under the Coroners Act. The inquest will examine the... Read More

Ontario Establishes Strict Regulations for the Licensing and Operation of Private Cannabis Stores

Ontario Establishes Strict Regulations for the Licensing and Operation of Private Cannabis Stores
Tightly-regulated private cannabis retail store system will protect children and combat the illegal market Today, Ontario’s Government for the People implemented the latest phase of its planned response to the federal government’s legalization of cannabis by passing strict new regulations to protect children and youth, keep communities and roads safe and combat the illegal market. The result of widespread consultations... Read More

Province to Offer Free Fishing to Veterans and Active Armed Forces Members

Province to Offer Free Fishing to Veterans and Active Armed Forces Members
Ontario Gives Back to its Heroes TORONTO — Ontario’s Government for the People is planning to honour past and present members of the Canadian Armed Forces, who have sacrificed so much for the people of Ontario and Canada.  Work is underway to amend fishing regulations so veterans and active Canadian Armed Forces members can enjoy free recreational fishing by early 2019.... Read More

Improving Delivery for Ontario’s Military Heroes and Their Families

Improving Delivery for Ontario’s Military Heroes and Their Families
Ontario’s Government for the People begins consultations for telephone hotline for military families TRENTON — Ontario’s Government for the People will soon make it easier for Canadian military heroes and their families to get information and services they need. Today, Premier Doug Ford, accompanied by Bill Walker, Minister of Government and Consumer Services, and Todd Smith, Minister of Economic Development,... Read More