Sunday, July 12, 2020

Tag: Jeff Yurek

Ontario to widen Highway 401 between Tilbury and London

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The Government of Ontario hjas taken the next step in its plan to deliver on its commitment to improve safety on Highway 401 between...

Ontario releases its first regional transportation plan

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The Government of Ontario has released its first draft plan to build a better regional transportation system in southwestern Ontario. "People in southwestern Ontario deserve...

Ontario to reform EA process for low-impact waterpower projects

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Ontario is taking the next steps to modernize its almost 50-year-old environmental assessment program by working with holders of Class Environmental Assessments (Class EA)...

Ontario invests in province’s first CLT plant

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John Yakabuski, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, announced an investment of almost $5 million in Element5's new facility, which will create over 60...

Ontario announces significant changes to its cabinet

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The Government of Ontario announced sweeping changes to its cabinet, with most key portfolios getting fresh faces. Monte McNaughton and Laurie Scott swapped portfolios, with...

EA to resume for GTA West Highway Corridor

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The Ontario government is resuming the Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Greater Toronto Area West corridor to improve Ontario's highway network, reduce travel times,...

Government to introduce Getting Ontario Moving Act

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Minister of Transportation Jeff Yurek has announced that the Government of Ontario will introduce the Getting Ontario Moving Act on May 2, an Act...

Ontario announces $28.5-billion transit expansion plan

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The Government of Ontario has announced details of a $28.5-billion transit expansion plan, aimed at providing significant improvement to the Greater Toronto Area transit...

Ontario invests $1.3 billion in highway infrastructure

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The Ontario government is investing $1.3 billion to rebuild and restore highways across the province. "We are determined to improve our transportation infrastructure and create...

Ontario expanding GO service on three lines

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The Ontario government has announced an expansion of GO Train service that will offer more choices to transit users and commuters as well as...
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