The new Ontario government is getting to work to secure a better future for young people in the province.
In her first jobs roundtable discussion with members of Ontario's Jobs and Prosperity Council, business leaders and young entrepreneurs, Premier Wynne reiterated her commitment to create jobs and build a stronger economy and a fair society by ensuring our young people have the tools and confidence they need to succeed.
Premier Wynne also commended the Jobs and Prosperity Council for its recommendations and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce for its report "Emerging Stronger," which identify new ideas and economic opportunities aimed at improving Ontario's long-term productivity and competitiveness.
Providing the right climate to attract investment, create jobs and grow the economy is part of the new Ontario government's plan to build a fair society and a strong economy.
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