April 29, 2022
Investments in key infrastructure projects ensure thriving and healthy communities across Canada. From roads and community centres to public transit and water reservoirs, reliable infrastructure provides communities with opportunities to grow and develop today so that they can be resilient in the face of tomorrow.
The Government of Canada is investing more than $20.8 million in these projects through the Community, Culture and Recreation Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. The Government of Ontario is providing over $17.3 million, while recipients and partners are contributing over $13.8 million in total.
Among the projects announced today is the construction of the Kiwanis Kineto Theatre renovation and expansion. The project will link two heritage buildings together, bring the industrial kitchen up to public health standards and enhance the building’s essential services such as plumbing and electrical. This project will provide a fully accessible, full service multi-purpose heritage facility to support a variety of programs, services and cultural activities that support local community needs.
April 29, 2022
Minister of Finance Peter Bethlenfalvy released the 2022 Budget. Ontario’s Plan to Build has five pillars:
The government’s plan will seize the opportunities in critical minerals, batteries and electric and hybrid vehicle manufacturing, help deliver better jobs and bigger paycheques for workers, help keep costs down for families, and get shovels in the ground for highways, transit, hospitals and other key infrastructure. Supported by a plan to stay open, the government is building Ontario.
“The people of Ontario deserve a government that has a real plan to build,” said Minister Bethlenfalvy. “Our government’s Budget is Premier Ford’s vision and our plan to cut through the excuses and act right away on the priorities of the people of Ontario.”
April 28, 2022
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On Tuesday, April 26, Lambton College was presented with two awards from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), the organization that represents Canada’s publicly supported colleges, institutes, CEGEPs, and polytechnics.
At a lunch reception in Halifax, Nova Scotia, during CICan’s annual Connection Conference, Lambton College received the Gold Applied Research and Innovation Excellence Award, and the Bronze Program Excellence Award for the Aamjiwnaang Personal Support Worker (PSW) program.
For Lambton College, this applied research and innovation honour follows a fourth overall ranking in Canada for research colleges in 2021 by Research Infosource Inc.
“Lambton College is committed to leading innovation in our community, region and Canada,” said Rob Kardas, President & CEO, Lambton College. “The CICan Gold Applied Research and Innovation Excellence Award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our researchers, students, staff, faculty and partners.”
April 28, 2022
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