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Keeping our waters clean now and into the future

2023 May 24 From supplying our drinking water to being the places we love to spend time in nature, Canadians rely on safe, clean fresh water every day. By establishing the Canada Water Agency, we will work together across levels of government and with Indigenous Peoples, while bringing new, good jobs to Winnipeg. Together, we...


Toronto Elections reminds eligible voters of May 26 deadline for mail-in voting applications

2023 May 24 Toronto Elections is reminding eligible voters about important deadlines for mail-in voting and voters’ list additions and updates. Eligible voters who want to apply to vote by mail must do so by Friday, May 26 at 4:30 p.m. either online ( or by calling 416-338-1111 and pressing 5. The mail-in voting option...


New arrangement expands work opportunities for Canadian and South Korean youth

2023 May 23 Toronto, Ontario— The Government of Canada is committed to strengthening ties with South Korea, a key partner for Canada in the Indo-Pacific, as we mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our two countries this year. Today, Ali Ehsassi, Member of Parliament for Willowdale, on behalf of the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister...


City of Toronto encourages residents and businesses to urge Government of Canada to honour its funding commitment to Toronto

2023 May 23 The City of Toronto is encouraging all Toronto residents and businesses to urge the Government of Canada to honour its funding commitment to the people of Toronto. The City needs the federal government to provide promised COVID-19 pandemic support of $235 million for the City’s 2022 Budget, to match the Province’s commitment....


Canada and Finland sign new youth mobility agreement

2023 May 19 Thunder Bay, Ontario—The Government of Canada continues to create new opportunities abroad for Canadian youth to experience other cultures and form lasting relationships. The Government of Canada also seeks to provide international youth with meaningful work and life experiences in Canada. The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Indigenous Services and Minister responsible for...


CaféTO curb lane café installations underway

2023 May 18 This year marks the first summer of CaféTO as a permanent City of Toronto program with new requirements that will ensure the success and sustainability of the popular program over the long term while balancing the needs of local communities and businesses. This week City crews began installing traffic safety equipment to...