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Toronto - Happy October 2022 ! The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 10/1/2022    
Visit Our Website About Us Connect with Toronto's Diverse Arts & Culture Online! Arts & Culture Organizations Explore Our Events Happy Octo...

Ontario Releases 2021-2022 Public Accounts, Ian Allen, 9/23/2022    
NEWS RELEASE Ontario Releases 2021-2022 Public Accounts Province Putting Stronger Fiscal Position To Use By Increasing Funding for Direct Supports to Parents September 23, 2022 Treasury Board Se...

Toronto International Film Festival announces 2022 award winners, Alejandra Sosa, 9/19/2022    
2022 People’s Choice Awards, Platform Prize, NETPAC, and FIPRESCI, IMDbPro Short Cuts, Canada Goose Amplify Voices Awards, and Shawn Mendes Foundation Changemaker Awards close the Festival Download ...

Pierre Poilievre has been chosen as the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada., The Canadian Press, 9/10/2022    
Pierre Poilievre has been chosen as the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. The veteran Conservative was the clear choice in a first ballot victory, claiming 68.15 per cent of the elec...

Premier Doug Ford issued the following statement to commemorate the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II:, Ivana Yelich, 9/8/2022    
STATEMENT Premier Doug Ford Marks the Passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II September 08, 2022 Premier's Office Today, Premier Doug Ford issued the following statement to commemor...

Minister of Education Welcomes Students Back to a Normal, Stable and Enjoyable School Year, Grace Lee, 9/5/2022    
September 05, 2022 Ministry of Education TORONTO — Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement to mark the beginning of the 2022-23 school year: “This new s...

Toronto - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, September 2022, Sandra P., 9/1/2022    
Happy September! Season announcements and back to school activities are happening all along the Corridor. Special announcements, plus outstanding programming from all partners make for a wonderful Sep...

Toronto International Film Festival announces 2022 Award categories, Alejandra Sosa, 8/29/2022    
Media Release August 29, 2022 Toronto International Film Festival announces 2022 Award categories People’s Choice, IMDbPro Short Cuts, Canada Goose Amplify Voices, and Shawn Mendes Foundation Chang...

Ontario’s Plan to Build Supporting Stronger Province and Economy, Emily Hogeveen, 8/9/2022    
NEWS RELEASE 2022 Budget is a plan to help keep costs down for families, support better jobs and bigger paycheques and build more highways, housing, transit and hospitals August 09, 2022 Ministry ...

Toronto - August 2022 , The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 8/1/2022    
Happy August! With arts and culture back in a big way in the city, we hope you'll consider visiting us along Bloor Street for lots of hands-on activities to keep everyone busy while having fun. We con...

Visit by Pope Francis to Quebec City , Canadian Press, 7/28/2022    
QUEBEC — Pope Francis is spending less than 48 hours in Quebec City, and his mission is a sombre one of penance, but those lining up hours to catch a brief glimpse of the pontiff say they are balancin...

Ontario Launches its Plan to Catch Up Plan Starts with Students Back in Classrooms, On Time, Grace Lee, 7/25/2022    
July 25, 2022 Ministry of Education TORONTO — After two years of pandemic disruptions, Ontario today launched its Plan to Catch Up for the 2022-23 school year. The plan, which is supported by...

Here's how to book your 4th dose of the COVID vaccine in Ontario, Canada Press, 7/14/2022    
Ontario has just announced that it is expanding its eligibility criteria for fourth doses of the COVID vaccine, with all adults now able to get a second booster if they so choose as of Thursday, July ...

Toronto - July 2022 The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 7/2/2022    
Happy July! With school officially out for the summer, we hope you'll consider visiting us along Bloor Street for lots of hands-on activities to keep everyone busy while having fun. We continue to sha...

Statement by Minister Fraser on Canada Day, Aiden Strickland, 7/1/2022    
July 1, 2022 – Halifax, Nova Scotia—Today, the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, issued the following statement: “On this 155th anniversary of Confederation, ...

Statement - Minister of Education Celebrates Students as School Year Ends, Grace Lee, 6/30/2022    
June 29, 2022 Ministry of Education TORONTO — Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement as the 2021-22 school year concludes: “I could not be more proud o...

Premier Ford Unveils New Cabinet to Build Ontario, Ivana Yelich, 6/24/2022    
Premier Ford Unveils New Cabinet to Build Ontario Experienced team will deliver on government’s ambitious agenda, including building highways, transit and the road to the Ring of Fire June 24, 202...

Statemnet - Recognizing the strength and resilience of refugees, Aidan Strickland, 6/20/2022    
Ottawa, June 20, 2022—The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Mini...

Celebration Canada July 1 to July 17, 2022 at Canada's Wonderland Toronto, Sandra P., 6/20/2022    
Join us for Canada's birthday celebration, showcasing live music, authentic Canadian food, street performers, and more! Canada's Wonderland has the biggest Canada Day celebration in the Greater Toront...

Ottawa will temporarily suspend its random COVID-19 testing for air passengers, Canada Press, 6/11/2022    
Ottawa will temporarily suspend its random COVID-19 testing for air passengers, but has left its domestic travel vaccine mandate in place, even as sources say most Liberal MPs agree with the Conservat...

Enhancements to the super visa program for parents and grandparents will help reunite families more easily and for longer, Aidan Strickland, 6/7/2022    
For immediate release - Enhancements to the super visa program for parents and grandparents will help reunite families more easily and for longer June 7, 2022—Ottawa—As we work to recover from the...

Ontario's Progressive Conservatives surged to a second consecutive majority government on Thursday night, Ontario News, 6/3/2022    
Ontario's Progressive Conservatives surged to a second consecutive majority government on Thursday night, with the rival NDP losing seats and the Liberals failing to retain official party status. I...

Toronto, June 2022, The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 6/1/2022    
Happy June! Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema Hot Docs Cinema kicks Summer off with films fresh off Hot Docs Festival 2022, including Best International Feature Documentary Award Winner Blue Island,...

Doors Open Toronto 2022 - May 28 and 29, Sandra P., 5/23/2022    
The wait is over, as Doors Open Toronto 2022 marks the long-anticipated return of the beloved event on May 28 and 29, offering access to more than 100 buildings and sites across the city for the first...

Canada supports the Global Compact for Migration, Aidan Strickland, 5/19/2022    
For immediate release Canada supports the Global Compact for Migration May 19, 2022—New York—Migrants are an important part of our national identity, and they have contributed greatly to Canada’s ...

Europe Day 2022 in Canada, delegation-canada-event@eeas.europa.eu>, 5/5/2022    
Every year, Europeans worldwide celebrate Europe Day on 9 May, in recognition of a significant moment in Europe’s history. In his 9 May 1950 address, known as the Schuman Declaration, French Forei...

Toronto - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor - May 2022, Sandra Popescu, 5/1/2022    
Happy Spring! We continue to share the most up-to-date information about arts and culture events from our Bloor St. Culture Corridor partners. There's certainly a sense of renewal with so many of our ...

Ontario’s Plan to Build - 2022 Budget supports a plan for better jobs and bigger paycheques, building highways, transit and hospitals, and lower costs for families, Emily Hogeveen, 4/28/2022    
April 28, 2022 Ministry of Finance TORONTO — Today, Minister of Finance Peter Bethlenfalvy released the 2022 Budget. Ontario’s Plan to Build has five pillars: 1. Rebuilding Ontario’s Econom...

Ontario on Track to Build 30,000 New Long-Term Care Beds, Vanessa De Matteis, 4/22/2022    
April 21, 2022 Ministry of Long-Term Care OTTAWA — The Ontario government is on track to make good on its commitment to build 30,000 much-needed net new long-term care beds in the province by 20...

Ontario Increasing Supports to Improve Community Safety, Hannah Jensen, 4/13/2022    
MISSISSAUGA — The Ontario government is investing more than $267 million over three years to provide police services across the province with significant new resources to safeguard their local c...

$13.2 Billion Child Care Deal will Lower Fees for Families, Grace Lee, 4/11/2022    
TORONTO — Ontario and Canada have signed a $13.2 billion agreement that will lower fees for families and deliver an average of $10 a day child care by September 2025. Highlights of Ontario’s be...

Canada expands simplified renewal process for passports , Aidan Strickland, 4/3/2022    
—Ottawa— As COVID 19 restrictions are lifted, more and more Canadians are looking to travel abroad. The Government of Canada will continue to modernize and improve its services to better respond to...

Toronto - April 2022 The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 4/1/2022    
Happy Spring! We continue to share the most up-to-date information about arts and culture events from our Bloor St. Culture Corridor partners. There's certainly a sense of renewal with so many of our ...

Province Breaks Ground on Ontario Line, Alexandra Adamo, 3/27/2022    
All-new subway line will bring better, rapid transit to Toronto, create thousands of new jobs and spur economic growth March 27, 2022 Premier's Office TORONTO — The province has officially bro...

Toronto - March 2022 The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 3/1/2022    
We continue to share the most up-to-date information about arts and culture events from our Bloor St. Culture Corridor partners. Don't forget to plan your March break activities along the BCC with gre...

Ontario Eliminating Licence Plate Renewal Fees and Stickers, Ivana Yelich, 2/22/2022    
Province is cutting costs and making life more convenient for millions of vehicle owners February 22, 2022 Premier's Office TORONTO – The Ontario government is making life more affordable ...

Ontario Moving to Next Phase of Reopening on February 17, Ivana Yelich, 2/14/2022    
NEWS RELEASE Ontario Moving to Next Phase of Reopening on February 17 Improvements in key indicators allowing province to safely ease public health measures sooner February 14, 2022 Premier's Of...

Ontario Expanding Access to Free Rapid Tests for General Public, Alexandra Hilkene, 2/9/2022    
5 Million Free Rapid Tests Available Each Week at over 2,300 Pharmacy and Grocery Stores Across the Province February 09, 2022 Ministry of Health TORONTO — To further support the province’s cau...

Alberta to end its vaccine-passport, Canada Press, 2/8/2022    
Edmonton—Alberta’s vaccine passport program will come to an end by midnight on Tuesday, Premier Jason Kenney has announced. The passport system, dubbed as the Restrictions Exemption Program, is the...

Ottawa declares emergency, Canada Press, 2/7/2022    
The mayor of Canada's capital Ottawa has declared a state of emergency in response to more than a week of truckers' protests against Covid restrictions. Jim Watson said the city was "completely out...

Toronto - February 2022 The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 2/1/2022    
We continue to share the most up-to-date information about arts and culture events from our Bloor St. Culture Corridor partners - you'll find plenty of re-opening information below! And to make sur...

Ontario Building Strong Rural Communities, Zoe Knowles, 1/25/2022    
January 25, 2022 Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing TORONTO — The Ontario government is building strong rural communities with investments that will help to accelerate the creation of ...

Ontario Outlines Steps to Cautiously and Gradually Ease Public Health Measures Time-limited Measures to Blunt Spread of Omicron Protecting Hospital and Health Care Capacity, Ivana Yelich, 1/20/2022    
January 20, 2022 Premier's Office TORONTO — With key public health and health care indicators starting to show signs of improvement, the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Me...

Toronto - January 2022 , The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 1/7/2022    
Happy New Year! We are delighted to ring in the new year with you all, as we celebrate a fresh start with lots of offerings on display from our partners. Even with recent restrictions, there are plent...

Ontario Temporarily Moving to Modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen, Ivana Yelich, 1/3/2022    
Ontario Temporarily Moving to Modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen Time-limited measures needed to preserve hospital capacity as province continues to accelerate booster dose rollout January 0...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau - " the country’s top priorities as 2021 turns to 2022 ", The Canadian Press, 1/1/2022    
Coming to terms with the “historical wrongs” of Canada’s past, as well as boosting vaccination efforts remain some of the country’s top priorities as 2021 turns to 2022, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...

Canada welcomes the most immigrants in a single year in its history, Alexander Cohen, 12/23/2021    
Government reaches target of 401,000 new permanent residents in 2021 December 23, 2021—Ottawa—With the significant exception of Indigenous people, all Canadians originally come from somewhere else....

Health researchers across Canada launch projects to mitigate impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on children, youth and families, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 12/9/2021    
For immediate release / December 9, 2021 – Ottawa, Ontario – Canadian Institutes of Health Research The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected the lives of families in Canada. Children have been...

Ontario Extending Pause on Lifting Capacity Limits in Remaining Settings Where Proof of Vaccination is Required, Anna Miller, 12/7/2021    
Cautious Approach Key to Protecting Our Progress as Province Learns More About the Omicron Variant December 07, 2021 Ministry of Health TORONTO — The Ontario government, in consultation wit...

December 2021 - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 12/1/2021    
December is right around the corner - did you know that BCC partner organizations have plenty of gift options for your loved ones? There are fantastic gift shops at the Native Canadian Centre of Toron...

You can now get free passes to the ROM and AGO in Toronto, Sandra P, 11/21/2021    
e Toronto Public Library is not only lending you books this holiday season but now they're lending you passes to visit museums and art galleries across Toronto. The Museum + Arts Pass program is ba...

Build Ontario- Province Releases the 2021 Fall Economic Statement, Emily Hogeveen, 11/4/2021    
November 04, 2021 Ministry of Finance TORONTO — Today, Minister of Finance Peter Bethlenfalvy released the 2021 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review: Build Ontario. The plan lays out h...

Ontario to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Ivana Yelich, 11/2/2021    
Government working for workers by enhancing wages and take-home pay November 02, 2021 Premier's Office TORONTO — As part of the 2021 Fall Economic Statement, the Ontario government will int...

November 2021 - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 11/1/2021    
November is here, and partners along the Bloor St. Culture Corridor continue to re-open their doors, announce their seasons, and welcome the back the public! At the same time, there are a host of digi...

Ontario Releases Plan to Safely Reopen Ontario and Manage COVID-19 for the Long-Term, Ivana Yelich, 10/22/2021    
Gradual, cautious approach to manage COVID-19 now and moving forward October 22, 2021 Premier's Office TORONTO — The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health...

Free Flu Shot Available to all Ontarians in November, Alexandra Hilkene, 10/19/2021    
NEWS RELEASE Free Flu Shot Available to all Ontarians in November Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones This Season October 19, 2021 Ministry of Health TORONTO — To keep Ontarians health...

Ontario Cautiously Lifting Capacity Limits in Select Settings Public Health and Health Care Indicators Stable or Improving as Vaccination Rates Increase, Alexandra Hilkene, 10/8/2021    
October 08, 2021 Ministry of Health TORONTO — With public health and health care indicators remaining stable or improving, the government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Healt...

Targeted COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Screening to Keep Students Safe, Caitlin Clark, 10/5/2021    
Government Increasing Access to Rapid Antigen Screening to Keep Students Learning In-Person and Child Care Centres Open October 05, 2021 Ministry of Education TORONTO — Ontario is improving acc...

Halloween arrives at Canada’s Wonderland this weekend with the opening of Halloween Haunt and Camp Spooky, Grace Peacock, 9/23/2021    
Guests can enjoy Fun by Day, Fear by Night at these all-outdoor, immersive Halloween events (VAUGHAN, ON) – The spookiest season of the year descends upon Canada’s Wonderland this weekend with the...

Canadian federal election 2021, cbc.ca, 9/21/2021    
Fall starts tomorrow, but Justin Trudeau flirted with a fall of his own in the early morning hours today. The Liberal leader came up short trying to secure the majority mandate he wanted in forcing...

Toronto International Film Festival announces 2021 Award winners, Sophie A.V., 9/18/2021    
Media Release September 18, 2021 TORONTO — The Toronto International Film Festival® has announced its award recipients for the 46th edition of the Festival, which concluded tonight with screenings...

Toronto International Film Festival announces 2021 Award winners, Sophie AV, 9/18/2021    
Media Release September 18, 2021 TORONTO — The Toronto International Film Festival® has announced its award recipients for the 46th edition of the Festival, which concluded tonight with screenings...

Students Head Back to Class in Safer Schools, Caitlin Clark, 9/7/2021    
September 07, 2021 Ministry of Education TORONTO — Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement as students head back to class: “I am proud of all Ontario stu...

September 2021 - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P, 9/1/2021    
Season announcements are in the air along the Bloor St. Culture Corridor! Many of our partners are launching their 2021/22 seasons, including The Royal Conservatory, Soundstreams, and Hot Docs Ted Rog...

2021 Canadian federal election, Sandra P., 8/25/2021    
The 2021 Canadian federal election will take place on September 20, 2021, to elect members of the House of Commons to the 44th Canadian Parliament. The writs of election were issued by Governor Ge...

Canada expands resettlement program to bring more Afghans to safety, Alexander Cohen , 8/25/2021    
The Government of Canada continues to be deeply concerned by the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan and the risks it poses for many vulnerable Afghans. Canada’s special immigration program has alr...

Torornot - August 2021 The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, Sandra P., 8/1/2021    
In-person events are returning! Several of our partners have now opened their doors to invite guests to experience what they have to offer. Throughout this pandemic arts and culture have been a lifeli...

Ontario Ramping Up Efforts to Reduce Surgical Wait Times, Alexandra Hilkene, 7/28/2021    
Additional Funding Will Allow Province to Perform Thousands More Surgeries, Procedures and Diagnostic Imaging Hours July 28, 2021 Ministry of Health TORONTO — The Ontario government is investin...

New open work permit available for recent permanent residency applicants, Alex Cohen, 7/19/2021    
Ottawa—The Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship announced today that, beginning July 26, 2021, individuals who have applied for the recently opened pathw...

Ontario Moving to Step Three of Roadmap to Reopen on July 16, Ivana Yelich, 7/9/2021    
NEWS RELEASE Ontario Moving to Step Three of Roadmap to Reopen on July 16 Continuing Improvements in Key Indicators Allowing Province to Safely Expand Indoor Settings and Capacity Limits July 09, 2...

Mary Simon has been named as Canada's next governor general, Sandra P., 7/6/2021    
Tue., July 6, 2021 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named Mary Simon, a former diplomat and advocate for Inuit rights and culture, as Canada’s 30th governor general Tuesday. Here’s a quick list of ...

Toronto - The Bloor St. Culture Corridor, July 2021, Sandra P., 7/2/2021    
Arts and culture can be a lifeline of positivity, inspiration, and connection. Our incredible Bloor St Culture Corridor organizations are working to bring more joy and creativity into your home in ima...

Canada Day , Sandra P., 6/30/2021    
O Canada! It’s time to celebrate Canada Day observed this year on Thursday, July 1. Canada Day (French: Fête du Canada) is a federal statutory holiday celebrating Canadian Confederation. ...

Canada announces 3 new initiatives to welcome and support more refugees, Alexander Cohen, 6/18/2021    
June 18, 2021—Ottawa—The world is facing a refugee crisis. Across the globe, millions are displaced and longing for what most of us take for granted: a safe place to call home. As a global leader in p...

Ontario to Move to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen on June 11, Ivana Yelich, 6/7/2021    
NEWS RELEASE Ontario to Move to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen on June 11 Improvements in Key Indicators Allowing Province to Begin the Safe and Gradual Lifting of Public Health Measures June 07...

Minister Mendicino highlights immigration investments in Budget 2021 in support of Canada’s economic recovery, Alex Cohen, 5/12/2021    
May 12, 2021—Ottawa—The pandemic has disproportionately affected low-wage workers, young people, women and racialized Canadians. Last month, our government released a plan to support them in Budget 20...

9 May Europe Day 2021 in Canada, @EUinCanada , 5/7/2021    
To mark Europe Day and the 45th anniversary of the Delegation of the European Union to Canada, join us for a series of activities marking these special occasions this Sunday and throughout the month o...








 
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