Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Tag: Monte McNaughton

Ontario announces significant changes to its cabinet

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...

Construction begins on Red Rock Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario marked the start of construction for the new $25.5-million Red Rock Wastewater Treatment Plant, which...

Ontario announces $28.5-billion transit expansion plan

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 launches public transit stream of ICIP

On April 2, 85 eligible municipalities located outside of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) will be able to nominate their most critical...

Infrastructure Ontario to offer consultancy services

The Government of Ontario intends to propose legislative changes that, if passed, would allow Infrastructure Ontario (IO) to act as a consultant advisor to...

McNaughton on trade mission in Germany

Minister of Infrastructure Monte McNaughton is in Germany to reinforce opportunities in Ontario for companies in the infrastructure space. The mission to Germany takes place...

Ontario launches first stream of infrastructure funding

The Government of Ontario has announced its plan for rolling out $30 billion in infrastructure funding provided by all three levels of government. The first...

Provincial members for Waterfront Toronto board announced

Monte McNaughton, Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure, has announced the appointment of four new provincial members to the Waterfront Toronto Board of Directors. "I'm pleased to...

Planning grant awarded for Wallaceburg hospital redevelopment

The Ontario government is investing in the Wallaceburg hospital site redevelopment to help patients and families in Chatham-Kent get the high-quality health care they...

Ontario investing in St. Catharines health care

The Government of Ontario was at the Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre in St. Catharines today to announce a $500,000 planning grant...
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