Ontario Ministry of Finance
TORONTO — Three new board members were appointed to the board of the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO) today.
TORONTO — Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, has completed a successful week-long investor relations tour of the U.K., France and Germany, during which the messages of Ontario's commitment to fiscal responsibility and being open for business and open for jobs were heard loud and clear by international investors and CEOs.
NORTH YORK - The government of Ontario is putting people first and improving choice and convenience for consumers by expanding sales of beverage alcohol to nearly 300 new retail outlets across Ontario - many opening this summer, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, announced today. These stores will provide new economic opportunities for businesses across the province, while offering local craft brewers and wineries with greater reach and visibility.
TORONTO — Ontario's Government for the People has taken important steps in providing relief for families and businesses while charting a path to a balanced budget and protecting critical public services such as health care and education — without introducing any new taxes.
Today, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, announced the Government of Ontario is putting people first and moving forward to fulfill its commitment to increase choice, convenience and fairness for alcohol consumers.
Ontario's Government for the People is proposing to provide tax relief to families when they need it most by reducing and simplifying the Estate Administration Tax.
In its first Budget, Ontario's Government for the People has introduced a comprehensive and sustainable plan that sets out a five-year path to a balanced budget to protect critical public services such as health care and education.
Ontario's Government for the People has named Ken Hughes to the newly created role of Special Advisor for the Beverage Alcohol Review.
Ontario's Government is putting people first by supporting rural communities through new investments to help the province's horse racing industry create and protect good jobs.
"Today's federal budget confirms the federal government does not share Ontario's vision for making our province, let alone our country, Open for Business and Open for Jobs, and threatens manufacturing jobs and small businesses in Ontario. This in addition to hurting hard-working families by imposing its job-killing carbon tax.
Today Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, was joined by Peter Bethlenfalvy, President of the Treasury Board, to provide an update on the province's finances. The government released the Ontario 2018-2019 Third Quarter Finances which, for the first time, reveal a $1 billion reduction in the Province's deficit, largely driven by increased economic activity from consumers and businesses. The deficit is now projected to be $13.5 billion in 2018-19.
The Ontario Government, working for the people, is inviting drivers and consumers to share their views on how to lower the province's auto insurance rates as part of its commitment to making life more affordable.
Today, the Honourable Caroline Mulroney, Attorney General and the Honourable Vic Fedeli, Minister of Finance, released the following statement on changes being made to the licensing process for recreational retail cannabis stores in Ontario: