Jobs & Economy

Encourage Growth in Smaller Communities

To help encourage growth is smaller Ontario communities, have all new Canadian Immigrants choose to live in a community/village/town/city that has a population of less than 60,000. This will help diversify Ontario multiculturalism and will help curb a seeming trend of Canadian Immigrants flocking to the larger cities. Have the primary address, for each person/family that would fit this regulation, remain at that address ...more »

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Education

An Ontario Museum

This province has a rich and vibrant history that should be celebrated and showcased! This museum could cover topics such as the original native peoples that lived throughout Ontario, the first european explorers, the history of Upper Canada, the War of 1812, immigration settlement, rebellions, our road to confederation, our economy, our resources, industry and commercial successes, our culture and traditions, there is ...more »

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Jobs & Economy

Immigration

Where so many Ontarian's are currently unemployed or underemployed, immigration should be dramatically reduced until unemployment is addressed. Immigration levels could perhaps be pegged to the percentage of Ontarian's currently unemployed. Note: I am by no means anti-immigration. My wife just so happens to be a recent immigrant.

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Fair & Just Society

NEW ONTARIO FLAG

The currently flag of Ontario was enacted by the Flag Act on May 21, 1965 in the Legislature of the Province of Ontario. The flag is a defaced Red Ensign, with the Union Flag in the canton and the Ontario shield of arms in the fly. Before 1965, the Canadian Red Ensign had served as the national flag of Canada. It was flown at all military installations in Canada and overseas, outside the legislature and government buildings, ...more »

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Sustainable Communities

CUT IMMIGRATION - to reduce unemployment and increase wages

This is not an anti-immigrant policy - but Ontario 's labour force is tot helped by adding more workers when so many people are unemployed, underemployed or discouraged, or working part-time. If anything, we have let down immigrants who came here expecting that their skills and education would meant hey would get good jobs - and instead they end up driving cabs etc. What about people who graduate from university and ...more »

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Jobs & Economy

How to Address Infrastructure Needs Without New Taxes or Debt

The following paper should become Ontario government policy: SUBMISSIONS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO AND THE DEPARTMENT OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION CANADA REGARDING AN INFRASTRUCTURE MODERNIZATION INVESTMENT PROGRAM ‘Achieving the Potential’ 1. Introduction In the past Pace Law Firm and Pace Global Advantage jointly made detailed Submissions to the Ontario Government and the Department of Citizenship and Immigration ...more »

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