After 100 days in office, the Ontario government has introduced real, positive change across the province.
Since being sworn in on Feb. 11, Premier Kathleen Wynne has held a series of jobs roundtables across the province, convened the first Northern Cabinet meeting in 18 years, met with eight foreign government officials and five premiers.
The government created the first Premier's Council on Youth Opportunities to advise on how the province can best support young people, and outlined a comprehensive Youth Jobs Strategy. It also announced funding for a new venture capital fund to support emerging start-ups and foster innovation, and re-introduced the Local Food Act that would bring more local food to schools, stores and restaurants.
And on May 2, the government presented the 2013 Budget - its plan to create jobs, strengthen the economy and help people in their everyday lives. Premier Wynne and her cabinet team outlined plans in the Budget to:
Premier Wynne and her team are also working to:
Premier Wynne has been consulting with the people of this province every step of the way to ensure that everyone's voices are represented in the legislature, and that change is introduced in an effective, accountable manner. She will continue to be active in communities across Ontario as part of her efforts to create a bright future for the entire province.
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