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Balanced Plan Will Build Ontario Up and Help People in Their Everyday Lives

As part of its balanced plan to build Ontario up and help people in their everyday lives, the Ontario government intends to introduce legislation that, if passed, would rebate an amount equal to the provincial portion of the HST on residential, farm and small business electricity bills as of January 1, 2017. Rural electricity ratepayers would receive additional relief and commercial, institutional and industrial ratepayers would also benefit from lower electricity costs.

The government also announced that it will create an additional 100,000 licensed infant to preschool child care spaces within the next five years, starting in 2017.

The government’s plan was outlined in the Speech from the Throne delivered today by the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor. The speech opened the second session of the province’s 41st parliament.

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The plan will continue to create economic growth and good jobs — the government’s number-one priority. The government will also balance the budget next year, in 2017-18, and Ontario’s debt-to-GDP ratio will decline — a sign of economic strength and fiscal responsibility.

The government’s plan will help people in their everyday lives by:

  • Delivering electricity cost relief through legislation to rebate an amount equal to the provincial portion of the HST on electricity bills — a saving of about $130 annually for the typical Ontario household; eligible rural ratepayers would receive additional relief, resulting in average savings of about $45 a month or $540 a year. Eligible small businesses would also benefit from the rebate and eligible larger businesses would also benefit from the plan through the expansion of the Industrial Conservation Initiative
  • Starting in 2017, creating an additional 100,000 licensed child care spaces for 0- to 4-year-olds within the next five years, bringing the number of spaces created since 2013 to 156,000 and doubling the current capacity for the 0-4 age group
  • Putting a new emphasis on math skills, expanding experiential learning, implementing free tuition for thousands of low- and middle-income students and encouraging more young people to turn their good ideas into start-up companies
  • Investing in skills training that aligns with the job market of today and tomorrow
  • Continuing to increase nursing care hours to enhance home care, reducing wait times for specialists, and connecting a family doctor or nurse practitioner to every Ontarian who wants one
  • Continuing to make historic infrastructure investments in schools, hospitals, roads, bridges and transit
  • Building a competitive business environment driven by innovative, low-carbon industries, including attracting international investment, continuing to cut red tape and implementing a cap and trade program to help people and businesses fight climate change
  • Continuing to work with its federal and provincial partners to enhance the Canada Pension Plan

The Throne Speech outlines the next steps in the government’s economic plan to build Ontario up and deliver on its number-one priority to grow the economy and create jobs. The four-part plan includes helping more people get and create the jobs of the future by making a high-quality college and university education more affordable. The plan is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, roads, bridges and transit in Ontario’s history and is building a low-carbon economy driven by innovative, high-growth, export-oriented businesses. The plan is also helping working Ontarians achieve a more secure retirement.

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” Ontario’s economy is still in transition, but our recovery is firmly on track. While many are benefiting from the growth we’ve achieved, others have yet to share in Ontario’s resurgence. Our government understands the challenges people face and shares their concerns. With our balanced and proven plan to build Ontario up, we begin this new legislative session focused on economic growth that creates good jobs and committed to delivering real benefits and more inclusive growth that will help more people in their everyday lives.”
– Kathleen Wynne
Premier of Ontario

QUICK FACTS

  • Over the last two years, Ontario’s economy has grown by 6.1 per cent
  • In the first quarter of this year, Ontario’s real GDP growth was higher than that of the United States and all other G7 countries
  • Ontario unemployment this year has reached an eight-year low
  • In September 2014, the Premier’s mandate letters to ministers — 30 in total — were made available to the public for the first time. Mandate letters outline the specific priorities for each member of cabinet and their ministry. The Premier will be releasing new mandate letters to ministers in the coming weeks.

 

Fashion Meets Culture at CNE

Contributed by Adeye Adane

At 4:59pm I found myself rushing past crowds of people to reach the gates of the CNE. It was the last day of the Canadian National Exhibition, and doors were closing promptly at 5pm. Luckily, I made it just in time. Armed with my camera, and a handful of business cards, I started exploring the exhibition grounds. The last day was especially busy with youth, families, and couples. cne_001-1024x682-1024x682

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The Ethiopian Athlet Mare Dibaba earn silver medal for Ethiopia in Women’s Marathon in  Rio -Brazil.

Mare finished the race third at  2:24:30 . Dibaba’s medal is the second for Ethiopia after the stunning victory by Almaz Ayana in the women’s 10,000.

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Kenyan Jumima Sumogong finished the race first while Eunice JIrwa of Bahrain won the second place .

Ethiopia’s  Tirfi Tsegaye came 4th while her compatriot ,Tigist Tufa  dropped out of the race because of injury.

While her sister brought silver for Ethiopia, Genzebe Dibaba qualified for the 1500 M final .

 

 

 

 

The Ethiopian origin-Canadian music star Abel Tesfaye A.K.A The Weekend donated $50,000 for the establishment of Ethiopic studies in the University of Toronto in Canada.

According to press release from Bikila Awards, the actual cheque will be presented On Saturday at the ‘Bikila Barefoot Challenge’ event at The University of Toronto.

The 2016 JUNO Awards. Single of the Year winner The Weeknd. Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, AB. April 3, 2016.

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Globally, new HIV infections among adults and children were reduced by 40% since the peak in 1997. However, new analysis from UNAIDS shows that new HIV infections among adults have stalled, failing to decline for at least five years. The report outlines what is needed to step up prevention efforts

A new report by UNAIDS reveals concerning trends in new HIV infections among adults. The Prevention gap report shows that while significant progress is being made in stopping new HIV infections among children (new HIV infections have declined by more than 70% among children since 2001 and are continuing to decline), the decline in new HIV infections among adults has stalled. The report shows that HIV prevention urgently needs to be scaled up among this age group.]

21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), Durban, South Africa. Photo shows: ICC with 2016 conference branding. Photo©International AIDS Society/Marcus Rose

21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), Durban, South Africa. Photo shows: ICC with 2016 conference branding. Photo©International AIDS Society/Marcus Rose

HIV prevention gap among adults  

The Prevention gap report shows that an estimated 1.9 million adults have become infected with HIV every year for at least the past five years and that new HIV infections among adults are rising in some regions. ThePrevention gap report gives the clear message that HIV prevention efforts need to be increased in order to stay on the Fast-Track to ending AIDS by 2030.

  • Eastern Europe and central Asia saw a 57% increase in annual new HIV infections between 2010 and 2015.
  • After years of steady decline, the Caribbean saw an 9% rise in annual new HIV infections among adults between 2010 and 2015.
  • In the Middle East and North Africa, annual new HIV infections increased by 4% between 2010 and 2015.
  • There have been no significant declines in any other regions of the world.
    • In Latin America the annual number of new adult HIV infections increased by 2% since 2010; New HIV infections declined marginally in western and central Europe and North America and in western and central Africa since 2010; New HIV infections among adults declined by 4% in eastern and southern Africa since 2010, and by 3% in Asia and the Pacific since 2010.

“We are sounding the alarm,” said Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS. “The power of prevention is not being realized. If there is a resurgence in new HIV infections now, the epidemic will become impossible to control. The world needs to take urgent and immediate action to close the prevention gap.”

The AIDS epidemic has had a huge impact over the past 35 years. Since the start of the epidemic, 35 million people have died from AIDS-related illnesses and an estimated 78 million people have become infected with HIV.

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