Premier Kathleen Wynne: A Balanced Plan to Build Ontario Up for Everyone11:45am-1:30pm | Arcadian Court - 401 Bay St, 8th Floor, Toronto
Ontario is investing record amounts to build transit, hospitals and schools, leading the way to improved retirement security, expanding child care, making postsecondary tuition free for tens of thousands of students, tackling climate change, making electricity more affordable and balancing the provincial budget.
In 2016 — a year marked by economic and political uncertainty around the world — Ontario’s economy grew faster than most G7 countries and created more new jobs than the rest of Canada combined. Forecasters expect Ontario’s recovery to continue gaining momentum in 2017 but challenges and threats remain.
Join us on January 19 as Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne describes how her balanced plan to build Ontario up for everyone takes Ontario into 2017 by meeting the province’s challenges head on, creating an innovative, competitive business environment and ensuring more families are benefiting from inclusive economic growth.
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Premier of Ontario
Kathleen Wynne is Ontario’s 25th Premier.
Since taking office in February 2013, some of Premier Wynne’s accomplishments include the largest infrastructure investment in Ontario’s history and completing the single-largest climate change initiative in North America by eliminating coal-fired electricity generation in the province.
Premier Wynne’s economic plan for Ontario builds on her number-one priority: growing the economy and creating jobs. Her four-part plan invests in talent and skills, including helping more people get and create the jobs of the future by expanding access to high-quality college and university education. In addition to infrastructure investments in roads, bridges, transit, schools and hospitals, her plan is investing in a low-carbon economy driven by innovative, high-growth, export-oriented businesses. The plan is also helping Ontarians achieve a more secure retirement. Guided by its balanced plan to build Ontario up for everyone, Premier Wynne’s government will continue to work to deliver real benefits and more inclusive growth to help people in their everyday lives.