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    Ontario Hiring More Mental Health Workers in Ottawa to Help Children and Youth Part of an additional $6 Million Investment to Support Child and Youth Mental Health Services
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    Apprentice Program Announcement Joined by Algonquin College President Cheryl Jensen, Minister Chiarelli announced nearly $6 million in funding for job creation in Ottawa as part of the Ontario governments commitment to apprenticeship training programs

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    Ontario Helps 3M Canada Innovate and Grow in Brockville Eastern Development Fund Supports R&D and Advanced Manufacturing
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    Ontario Investing in Upgrades and Repairs for Community Agencies in Ottawa. Improving Safety and Security for Ontario Families .

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    Investing in Mental Research and Supports for Ottawa Ottawa Liberal MPPs Secure Important Investments for Mental Health Services
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    Ottawa River Action Plan Announcement at Robert O. Pickard Environmental Centre (04/07/2015)

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    Propane Storage Tour at W.O Stinson & Son
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    Youth Employment Fund Announcement at Employment Ontario
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    Expanding Access to Chronic Pain Treatment for Ottawa Area Children Province Putting Patients First by Improving Care at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Ontario is improving the quality of life for more children and youth living with chronic pain by expanding access to treatments and services at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO). The province is investing an additional $881,517 per year in CHEO to help more children suffering from ongoing pain such as migraines, backaches, abdominal pain and tendinitis.
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    Accepting Applications for Ontario Summer Company Program - Province Providing Opportunities for Young Entrepreneurs Ontario is now accepting applications for the Summer Company program, which helps youth start their own business and gain the skills they need to succeed. Summer Company gives young people the opportunity to turn their ideas into a business while continuing their education. It offers mentorships, training and grants of up to $3,000 to students aged 15 to 29. Students can apply online.

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