Some much-needed improvements are being planned for Ontario’s infrastructure.
Parents can now receive up to 75 per cent of their eligible childcare expenses with the new Ontario Childcare Access and Relief from Expenses (CARE) tax credit.
From September 2019, future teachers will have to pass a standardized math test before they can receive their teaching licence.
The provincial government, with funding from the federal government, has recently announced new plans to tackle gun and gang violence in Ontario.
Childcare is an essential service in Halton and across all of Ontario.
Some significant changes are coming to OHIP in the coming months.
Finding affordable housing in Halton can be challenging. Now a new partnership hopes to help Canadians find a home that they can afford.
It was only a matter of time before cuts to municipalities were back on the table.
The conversation surrounding protecting the environment, especially when it comes to plastics, has been a popular one for the last several months.
The provincial government is partnering with the Halton Region and other municipalities to take on the illegal cannabis market.