Ontario Briefing - April 22, 2022

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April 22, 2022

News Update - April 22, 2022


Ontario Training Nearly 1,500 People for Plumbing and Piping Careers

SARNIA — The Ontario government is working for workers by investing over $11.6 million in two projects that will help nearly 1,500 apprentices and journeypersons upgrade their skills in plumbing, steamfitting, welding, sprinkler fitting, and refrigeration trades to earn bigger paycheques. The investment will also help construction employers find the workers they need to build the province’s highways, hospitals, and schools on time and on budget.

April 22, 2022

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Ontario Cutting Red Tape to Increase Access to Clean, Affordable Energy

Giving Families and Businesses Control of Their Energy Bills to Help Lower Costs

As part of its plan to keep costs down for Ontario families and businesses, and give them more control over their energy bills, the Ontario government is making it easier for homeowners, farms, and businesses to use renewable generation systems, like rooftop solar, to help lower the cost of their electricity bills.

“Our government has put families back in control of their energy bills and we will continue to give them more tools to keep costs down, including new ways to lower electricity costs,” said Todd Smith, Minister of Energy. “By allowing families and business to lease rooftop solar systems and benefit from net metering we are eliminating barriers, including up-front costs for customers, while at the same time supporting new jobs in our growing clean energy sector.”

April 21, 2022

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