When Breaking the Cycle: Ontario’s Poverty Reduction Strategy was launched in 2008, it signalled a bold new vision for a fairer society.
In the first three years of the Strategy, the Ontario government has helped raise approximately 47,000 children and their families out of poverty despite a climate of global economic uncertainty. But more needs to be done. That’s why your participation and input into the next five year strategy has been so critical.
The public consultation process is now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated in person, by sending written feedback or through the on-line survey.
Your contributions will help shape the next Poverty Reduction Strategy. Please check back here for updates.
November 27, 2013 — Empowering Consumers through Energy Literacy
November 26, 2013 – Empowering Consumers through Energy Literacy
November 22, 2013 – Providing Opportunities for Young Entrepreneurs
Services ranging from full-day kindergarten to free homework help.
Programs to help Ontarians find work or retrain for a new career.
Financial support for families in need.
Benefits families could receive when they file their income tax.