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VIDEO: 'It just rips your heart out,' Ford says of phone call with father of mass shooting victim

Premier Doug Ford said on Thursday his government will 'dig deep' and 'add some teeth' to an NDP bill asking for intimate partner violence to be declared an epidemic

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Kingstonist

Kingston Police attribute ‘respectful’ student behaviour to improved communication for St. Patrick’s Day 2024

The University District’s Saint Patrick’s Day festivities in 2024 were a vast improvement over past years, according to Kingston Police. On Thursday, Apr. 11, 2024, Chief of Police Scott Fraser an ...
More ...The University District’s Saint Patrick’s Day festivities in 2024 were a vast improvement over past years, according to Kingston Police. On Thursday, Apr. 11, 2024, Chief of Police Scott Fraser and Inspector Matt Funnell published their report on last month’s Saint Patrick’s Day policing activities in the city. The report expands

14 minutes ago

Melanie Lapish’s family remaining hopeful
North Western Ontario Newswatch

Melanie Lapish’s family remaining hopeful

Her mom, Colleen Rogers, said officers with the Ontario Provincial Police are doing everything they can to find the 35-year-old, who has been missing since Feb. 26.

32 minutes ago

Kingstonist

Local student food program advocates voice support of 2024 federal budget move

Just days after speaking with Kingstonist about the national school food program funding from the federal government, The Food Sharing Project issued a media release celebrating the much-needed money ...
More ...Just days after speaking with Kingstonist about the national school food program funding from the federal government, The Food Sharing Project issued a media release celebrating the much-needed money allocation in the 2024 Budget. The federal announcement took place on April 1, 2024, and stated that a national school food

36 minutes ago

Debate on red tape dominates next week
The Trillium

Debate on red tape dominates next week's legislative business

The new housing bill gets the most floor time, followed by bills from the solicitor general and infrastructure minister

44 minutes ago

Black bear cub sighted in Fort Frances
North Western Ontario Newswatch

Black bear cub sighted in Fort Frances

A local man filmed a bear cub wandering Sixth Street in Fort Frances.

59 minutes ago

Tracy Barry bringing
Superior North Newswatch

Tracy Barry bringing 'paint night' to Schreiber seniors

With membership growing, the Schreiber Senior Centre continues to offer a diverse range of programs - including their Active Living Fair in March and ongoing painting workshops with local artist, Trac ...
More ...With membership growing, the Schreiber Senior Centre continues to offer a diverse range of programs - including their Active Living Fair in March and ongoing painting workshops with local artist, Tracy Barry. Program coordinator, Cathy Carlino, spoke to Dougall Media about the Senior Centre's upcoming workshop with Barry and shared her excitement.

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Annual street sweeping starts Monday
Thunder Bay Newswatch

Annual street sweeping starts Monday

Street sweepers focus on removing sand spread over the winter months on streets and sidewalks.

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The Trillium

Advocacy group lobbying for Canada Disability Benefit ahead of federal budget

A weekly roundup of lobbying registrations in Ontario

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The Trillium

Liberals accuse PCs of silencing their MPPs and other independents on committees

The governing PCs' house leader's office says it's simply bringing committee membership 'back into balance'

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Kingstonist

Nominations open for new Loyalist Township Civic Awards

Do you know an individual or organization who deserves to be recognized for their volunteer efforts within Loyalist Township? Nominate them for the Loyalist Township Civic Award. “Loyalist Towns ...
More ...Do you know an individual or organization who deserves to be recognized for their volunteer efforts within Loyalist Township? Nominate them for the Loyalist Township Civic Award. “Loyalist Township recognizes the significant impact that volunteer groups, non-profit organizations and individuals have within our community,” the Township said in a media

1 hour ago

NAPS seizes multiple firearms in Fort Severn
Superior North Newswatch

NAPS seizes multiple firearms in Fort Severn

Nishnawbe Aski Police Service seized numerous firearms following an assault investigation in Fort Severn First Nation.

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CBC Toronto

Tunneling supervisor charged in fatal industrial accident

In a news release, police say one man was arrested late last month, and now faces one count of criminal negligence causing death. ...
More ...Industrial worker accident.

In a news release, police say one man was arrested late last month, and now faces one count of criminal negligence causing death.

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CBC London

Legal settlement near for City of London, Westmount reptile zoo: lawyer

A legal battle between the City of London and Reptilia — a company that operates three reptile zoos in Ontario,  including one at Westmount Shopping Centre — could be coming to an end. ...
More ...Reptilia currently operates locations in Whitby and Vaughan and has set up signage at a planned location in London's Westmount Shopping Centre.

A legal battle between the City of London and Reptilia — a company that operates three reptile zoos in Ontario,  including one at Westmount Shopping Centre — could be coming to an end.

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CBC Toronto

Exams underway as York University strike hits 7 weeks

The work action is in its seventh week, as exams for some classes not impacted by the strike have begun. The exam period is scheduled until the last week of April. ...
More ...A man with a backpack walks past a sign saying 'York University - Keele Campus - Sentinel Road.'

The work action is in its seventh week, as exams for some classes not impacted by the strike have begun. The exam period is scheduled until the last week of April.

2 hours ago

Local company awarded $2.48 million federal contract
Thunder Bay Newswatch

Local company awarded $2.48 million federal contract

A flight operation management system created by a Thunder Bay company was selected to used by the Aircraft Services Directorate, the air operator within Canada.

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Indigenous Ingenuity staying in Fort Frances a while longer
North Western Ontario Newswatch

Indigenous Ingenuity staying in Fort Frances a while longer

Indigenous Ingenuity: Timeless Inventions, originally scheduled to run until April 12, has been extended through April 23 at the Fort Frances Museum.

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CBC Hamilton

Expect strong winds tonight in Hamilton, Burlington and the Niagara Region, Environment Canada says

Environment Canada is warning people in Hamilton, Burlington and the Niagara Region that Friday night will bring winds strong enough to break tree branches. ...
More ...Pedestrians battle heavy winds in Hamilton. This photo was taken on a windy Wednesday afternoon in Hamilton in 2017.

Environment Canada is warning people in Hamilton, Burlington and the Niagara Region that Friday night will bring winds strong enough to break tree branches.

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CBC Toronto

Toronto police officer stabbed, suspect shot in west Toronto

A Toronto police officer has been stabbed and a suspect shot, according to Toronto police. ...
More ...Roads are closed in the area of College and Lansdowne due to the police investigation.

A Toronto police officer has been stabbed and a suspect shot, according to Toronto police.

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Kingsville Times

April 15 Kingsville Committee of the Whole Meeting Is Cancelled

The Town of Kingsville Committee of the Whole meeting that was scheduled for April 15, 2024 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. has been cancelled. To receive agendas, planning notices and other town news in ...
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The Town of Kingsville Committee of the Whole meeting that was scheduled for April 15, 2024 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. has been cancelled.

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3 hours ago

Former police chief Sylvie Hauth charged by OPP
Thunder Bay Newswatch

Former police chief Sylvie Hauth charged by OPP

The former chief of the Thunder Bay Police Service is facing charges of obstructing a public or peace officer, breath of trust, and obstruction of justice following an investigation by the Ontario Pro ...
More ...The former chief of the Thunder Bay Police Service is facing charges of obstructing a public or peace officer, breath of trust, and obstruction of justice following an investigation by the Ontario Provincial Police.

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Kingstonist

KNCLN announces change of incoming Executive Director

Earlier this year, Kingston Native Centre and Language Nest (KNCLN) announced the appointment of Ian Fanning as the incoming Executive Director (ED), who transitioned into the role on March 4, 2024, a ...
More ...Earlier this year, Kingston Native Centre and Language Nest (KNCLN) announced the appointment of Ian Fanning as the incoming Executive Director (ED), who transitioned into the role on March 4, 2024, and was to assume full leadership in May. Due to personal reasons, Fanning will no longer be continuing with

3 hours ago

CBC Hamilton

Ancaster restaurants 'devastated' by huge drop in sales amid construction on Garner Road

Restaurants on Garner Road say construction is starving them of customers and need the city's help to avoid closing down. ...
More ...Three people stand in front of a building.

Restaurants on Garner Road say construction is starving them of customers and need the city's help to avoid closing down.

3 hours ago

CBC Toronto

GTA housing prices expected to surpass Vancouver in 2024

After a busier than expected start to the year in real estate sales, a first quarter report from Royal LePage predicts the GTA will see the largest increase in aggregate housing prices in Canada this ...
More ...On a grey, rainy day, Row houses on an empty city street with the CN Tower rising above them

After a busier than expected start to the year in real estate sales, a first quarter report from Royal LePage predicts the GTA will see the largest increase in aggregate housing prices in Canada this year.

3 hours ago

TBFR responded to a garage fire in the city
Thunder Bay Newswatch

TBFR responded to a garage fire in the city's east end

Crews were able to keep the fire contained and stop it from spreading to nearby homes.

3 hours ago

Beaver Brae swimmers make history
North Western Ontario Newswatch

Beaver Brae swimmers make history

Kate McKie, Sophie Prepp and Matthew Debbo were the first members of the team to compete at the OFSAA swimming championships.

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CBC Toronto

Accused in Toronto cop's death had 'glazed look' after arrest, told officer he didn't know they were cops

A man accused of killing a Toronto cop had a “glazed” expression after his arrest and told a police officer he didn’t know the man was a cop, the officer testified on Friday.  ...
More ...Two men in coats walking on sidewalk.

A man accused of killing a Toronto cop had a “glazed” expression after his arrest and told a police officer he didn’t know the man was a cop, the officer testified on Friday. 

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Kingstonist

Convicted murderer dies in custody at Millhaven Institution Regional Treatment Centre

An inmate at the Regional Treatment Centre of Millhaven Institution has died while in custody, according to the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC). In a press release on Friday, Apr. 12, 2024, CSC r ...
More ...An inmate at the Regional Treatment Centre of Millhaven Institution has died while in custody, according to the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC). In a press release on Friday, Apr. 12, 2024, CSC reported that 70-year-old Gary Nishikawara died on Thursday, Apr. 11, 2024. At the time of his death,

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CBC Toronto

York police locate missing Markham man using wristband tracker

York Regional Police located a 69-year-old man, missing from Markham, on Wednesday with the help of a battery-operated wristband tracker. ...
More ...Participants of Project Lifesaver wear a personalized wristband that emits a 24-hour tracking signal that can be used by York Police to locate them.

York Regional Police located a 69-year-old man, missing from Markham, on Wednesday with the help of a battery-operated wristband tracker.

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Arson triple homicide in Sudbury: Witness recalls more details with help
Superior North Newswatch

Arson triple homicide in Sudbury: Witness recalls more details with help

After remembering little in his first day of testimony, Fern Bolduc, prosecution witness in the arson triple homicide trial of Liam Stinson, was able to remember more details of the night of the fire ...
More ...After remembering little in his first day of testimony, Fern Bolduc, prosecution witness in the arson triple homicide trial of Liam Stinson, was able to remember more details of the night of the fire after reviewing his statement to police.

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Kingsville Times

Construction Update on Tom Wright Drain Culvert for April 12

After careful consideration of multiple options to safely resume the replacement of the Tom Wright Drain Culvert on County Road 50, the project team has identified a preferred solution it is prepari ...
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After careful consideration of multiple options to safely resume the replacement of the Tom Wright Drain Culvert on County Road 50, the project team has identified a preferred solution it is preparing to implement with the support of Hydro One.

With the information we have at this point in time, we are hopeful construction can safely resume in three weeks.

Excavation on the site has already begun so the road must remain closed until the project is completed. The culvert was affected by the storms that battered the region last summer and needs to be replaced.

The County is installing additional signage to direct traffic in the area and would like to remind the public that all businesses remain open and accessible.

We thank businesses and residents for their patience as we work to complete this vital infrastructure project and will continue to provide information updates.

County Road 50 remains closed between County Road 13 (Erie Road) and Klies Beach Road. All businesses remain open during construction. The map below shows the posted detour, which makes use of County Roads 13, 20 and 23. 

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4 hours ago

TBDSSAB scrambling to make up loss of expected $4.2 million in funding
Thunder Bay Newswatch

TBDSSAB scrambling to make up loss of expected $4.2 million in funding

Federal Housing Minister Sean Fraser announced that Ontario will not be receiving $357 million in funding for affordable housing.

4 hours ago

Kingsville Times

49th Shelf: Pride And Joy

Pride and Joy A Novel by (author) Louisa Onomé Black Cake meets Death at a Funeral in this heartwarming and hilarious novel about three generations of a Nigerian Canadian family grappling with th ...
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Pride and Joy

A Novel

by (author) Louisa Onomé

Black Cake meets Death at a Funeral in this heartwarming and hilarious novel about three generations of a Nigerian Canadian family grappling with their matriarch’s sudden passing while their auntie insists that her sister is coming back, from an author with a “razor-sharp, smart and tender” (Nafiza Azad, author of The Wild Ones) voice.

Joy Okafor is overwhelmed. The recently divorced life coach whose phone won’t stop ringing is also the dutiful Nigerian daughter who has planned every aspect of her mother’s seventieth birthday weekend on her own.

As the Okafors slowly begin to arrive, Mama Mary goes to take a nap. But when the grandkids try to wake her, they find that she isn’t sleeping after all.

Refusing to believe that her sister is gone-gone, Auntie Nancy declares that she has had a premonition: Mama Mary will rise again like Jesus Christ himself on Easter Sunday.

Desperate to believe that they’re about to witness a miracle, the family overhauls their birthday plans to welcome the Nigerian Canadian community and the host of AJAfrika TV to help spread the word that Mama Mary is coming back. But skeptical Joy is struggling to deal with the loss of her mother and not allowing herself to mourn just yet while going through the motions of planning a funeral that her aunt refuses to allow.

Filled with humour and flawed, deeply relatable characters that leap off the page, Pride and Joy will draw in readers as the Okafors prepare for a miracle while coming apart at the seams, praying that they haven’t actually lost Mama Mary for good and grappling with what her loss would truly mean for each of them.

About The Author

Louisa Onomé’s profile page

To purchase Pride And Joy:
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5 hours ago

Kingsville Times

Daniel Dumont (March 19, 1945 – April 10, 2024)

Daniel Dumont Passed away peacefully on April 10, 2024 at the age of 79. Cherished husband of Marlene Dumont for 34 years. Caring father of Michael (Bo) and Steven Dumont Loving step-father and frien ...
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Daniel Dumont

Passed away peacefully on April 10, 2024 at the age of 79.
Cherished husband of Marlene Dumont for 34 years.
Caring father of Michael (Bo) and Steven Dumont
Loving step-father and friend of Laurence (Shelley) Wright and Kimberly (Richard) Blanco.
Proud grandpa of Kerwin, Evan, Alex, Melanie, Emily, and Alexander and great-grandpa of Avery, Elias, Walter, and Noa.
Beloved brother of Alice (Christopher) Chancey, and Rachelle Dumont Lebel.

Danny is predeceased by his sister Suzanne, his infant son Joseph, and his parents Jeanne and Joseph Dumont.

He will be sadly missed by his nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

A special thank you to the staff at Erie Shores Hospice for their care and compassion. Danny’s family would also like to thank the Knights of Columbus (Kingsville) for their kindness and generosity.

Danny was a talented artist, drum maker, and wood worker, he was a member of the Kingsville Art Society, and he enjoyed cooking with the Knights of Columbus special occasion dinners and was a master of Schnitzel.

He was a kind and generous man that enjoyed his family and his home most of all.

Friends and family are invited to visitation at Kendrick Funeral Home on Saturday April 13, 2024 from 11 a.m. until time of Funeral Service at 1:00 p.m.

A private interment will take place at a later date.

If so desired, donations in memory of Danny may be made to Erie Shores Hospice.

Service Details

Visitation

When
Saturday, April 13, 2024 11:00am – 1:00pm

Location
Kendrick Funeral Home – Kingsville
91 Division St. S
Kingsville, Ontario N9Y 1P5

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Celebration of Life

When
Saturday, April 13, 2024 1:00pm

Location
Kendrick Funeral Home – Kingsville
91 Division St. S
Kingsville, Ontario N9Y 1P5

Get Directions: View Map

Donations

Donations are being accepted for: Erie Shores Hospice.

 

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5 hours ago

Kingstonist

City of Kingston to collect used batteries at curbside

The City of Kingston’s curbside household battery collection will take place the week of Apr. 22 to 26, 2024. Residents are asked to place their used single-use household batteries ...
More ...The City of Kingston’s curbside household battery collection will take place the week of Apr. 22 to 26, 2024. Residents are asked to place their used single-use household batteries out for collection in a clear, sealed plastic bag beside their curbside waste on their regular collection day. “Never put batteries in the garbage. We hold this collection during the

5 hours ago

Regulations make natural burial unaffordable in Ontario: advocates
The Trillium

Regulations make natural burial unaffordable in Ontario: advocates

Provincially mandated fees are stopping the growth of natural burial grounds in Ontario, advocates for the sector say

5 hours ago

Kingstonist

Kingston Police locate and arrest federal offender wanted by OPP

Kingston Police have been credited with locating and arresting a wanted federal offender who “went unlawfully at large on March 23, 2024,” according to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). ...
More ...Kingston Police have been credited with locating and arresting a wanted federal offender who “went unlawfully at large on March 23, 2024,” according to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). In a media release, dated Friday, Apr. 12, 2024, the OPP said the Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is advising

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CBC Toronto

Federal government launches new housing strategy

Housing Minister Sean Fraser has announced what he's calling an ambitious strategy to address Canada's housing crisis. ...
More ...Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities Sean Fraser responds to a question during a news conference, in Ottawa, Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2023.

Housing Minister Sean Fraser has announced what he's calling an ambitious strategy to address Canada's housing crisis.

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CBC Toronto

Toronto to see a wet, windy Friday, Environment Canada warns

The federal weather agency has Toronto under a rainfall alert and a special weather statement warning residents of strong gusts of wind on Friday. ...
More ...People cross a street during rainy weather.

The federal weather agency has Toronto under a rainfall alert and a special weather statement warning residents of strong gusts of wind on Friday.

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Kingsville Times

Ontario Welcomes $125 Million Manufacturing Boost in Southwestern Ontario

Expansion projects by four companies will create 153 new, local jobs The Ontario government is supporting $125 million in investments by four companies to expand local manufacturing capacity in t ...
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Expansion projects by four companies will create 153 new, local jobs

The Ontario government is supporting $125 million in investments by four companies to expand local manufacturing capacity in the automotive and food processing sectors while creating 153 new jobs in Windsor and Leamington. This includes a $60 million investment from DS Actimo Canada, to build a new facility to manufacture components for electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

“Windsor and Leamington have a proud history of manufacturing excellence, and thanks to continued investment in the region, we are confident that our targeted approach to fostering stability and growth across our economy is working,” said Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade. “As we position Ontario as one of the best jurisdictions in the world for companies to invest and grow, our government is proud to support local businesses as they expand and create new jobs in communities across the province.”

In support of these four new investments, Ontario is providing the companies with nearly $12 million in investments through the province’s Regional Development Program (RDP).

The recipients include:

DS Actimo Canada 
DS Actimo Canada Inc. (formerly DS C&K Inc.), a subsidiary of South Korea-based DSEV, is investing over $60 million to build a 107,000 square-foot facility in Windsor, marking the company’s first manufacturing plant in North America. The plant will manufacture battery cell module cases with wiring components for EV batteries, including those to be produced at NextStar Energy Inc.’s $5 billion EV battery manufacturing plant. The project is supported by $5 million in funding through the RDP and will create 96 new jobs.

“We want to thank the Ontario government for their recognition and support of DS Actimo’s investment through the Regional Development Program. Our new facility in Windsor represents our expansion into the North American marketplace for our production of components for EV batteries,” said Chunbok Choi, CEO at DS Actimo Canada Inc.

Kautex Textron
Kautex Textron is a plastic fuel tank manufacturer in Windsor serving the automotive industry, and is the only plastic fuel tank manufacturer in Canada. With an investment of almost $23 million, the company is building a new battery skid plate manufacturing facility to produce battery casings for EVs using advanced composite materials. The project is supported by $1.5 million in funding through the RDP and will create 12 new jobs.

“The grant we received from the Ontario government allowed us to build an entirely new line for our newest product, Pentatonic Underbody Protection. We’re grateful for the opportunity to expand and succeed within the Windsor, Ontario community,” said – Eric Cardinali, Chief Operating Officer at Kautex Textron

Integrity Tool & Mold Inc.

Integrity Tool & Mould Inc. is a global leader in the tool and mold industry that supplies parts to a wide range of industries, including those in the automotive supply chain. With an investment of over $15.6 million, the company will adopt state-of-the-art technology at their new Windsor facility to increase their production capacity. The project is supported by over $2.3 million in funding through the RDP and will create 25 new jobs.

“This investment was made based on the complete confidence we have in our team to execute and take full advantage of this technology. It demonstrates our commitment to the future. Integrity is grateful to the Ontario Government for their assistance with this investment, and more importantly, their understanding on the importance of investing in Ontario businesses and the custom manufacturing industry,” said Paul DiGiovanni, Team Principal at Integrity Tool & Mould Inc.

Highbury Canco Corp.

Highbury Canco Corp. produces a variety of food products, including pasta sauce, salsa and beans for large brands. With an investment of over $26.5 million, the company will modernize their facility and increase their processing and warehouse capacity. The project is supported by more than $3.1 million in funding through the RDP and will create 20 new jobs.

“We are thankful for the support from the provincial government which will allow our company to modernize our facility and increase our processing capacity. Initiatives to support local manufacturers like the Regional Development Program help to make investment possible during these difficult economic times,” said John Krueger, Vice President, Supply Chain, at Highbury Canco Corp.

“Thanks to investments by DS Actimo, Integrity Tool & Mold Inc. and Kautex Windsor, hundreds of new, local jobs will be created in Windsor-Essex. Supported through investments from the Southwestern Ontario Development Fund, our government is investing in our local manufacturing sector and helping regional economies across the province to grow and thrive,” said Andrew Dowie, Member of Provincial Parliament for Windsor—Tecumseh.

Ontario is investing $150 million through its Regional Development Program to help manufacturers across the province grow while supporting distinct regional priorities. To date, Ontario has supported more than 110 projects through the program, leveraging more than $1.6 billion in new investments and helping to create over 3,000 jobs.

“Our government is building a strong Ontario and strengthening the economy by supporting key investments in communities like Windsor and Leamington. These investments will grow local manufacturing and create more good-paying jobs for workers and families in our region,” said Anthony Leardi, Member of Provincial Parliament for Essex.

The government launched the RDP for eastern and southwestern Ontario in November 2019. Through this program, businesses and municipalities can get financial support and guided access to a range of complementary services and supports.

In 2022, the Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Competitiveness (AMIC) stream of the RDP was launched to support advanced manufacturers across the province. Ontario is now providing additional funds to enhance the AMIC stream by providing more firms with the financial support and tools needed to improve competitiveness, while strengthening essential supply chains.

As part of the 2023 Ontario Budget, the government introduced the Ontario Made Manufacturing Investment Tax Credit, which provides a 10 per cent refundable Corporate Income Tax credit to help local manufacturers lower their costs, invest in workers, innovate and become more competitive.

The next intake round for RDP applications opens on April 11, 2024.

Image by photosbymoira from Pixabay

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6 hours ago

Ignace staging Nuclear Exploration Event
Thunder Bay Newswatch

Ignace staging Nuclear Exploration Event

The April 12-13 event features exhibitors, a Kids Zone and panel discussions beginning with one at noon Friday on transportation safety.

6 hours ago

Kingstonist

Minor injuries after collision on Highway 401 westbound involving school bus

A multi-vehicle collision involving a school bus caused delays this morning on Highway 401 in Napanee. According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the collision involved two transport trucks, tw ...
More ...A multi-vehicle collision involving a school bus caused delays this morning on Highway 401 in Napanee. According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the collision involved two transport trucks, two passenger vehicles, and a school bus, and took place around 9:15 a.m. in the westbound lanes between Palace Road and

6 hours ago

CBC Toronto

Two of Brampton's highest paid employees don't even work there

Ontario's recently released Sunshine List of public sector employees who make over $100,000 reveals that two former Brampton employees — one fired in 2018 and the other fired in 2022 — took home o ...
More ...Brampton city hall

Ontario's recently released Sunshine List of public sector employees who make over $100,000 reveals that two former Brampton employees — one fired in 2018 and the other fired in 2022 — took home over $1.5 million combined last year.

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