Summary of Ontario Budget and a Look at Canadian Crime


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Summary of Ontario Budget and a look at Canadian crime
Part A: Summary of Ontario Budget (2 pages)
Highlights of the government’s plan. The government plans to invest heavily in infrastructure and skills training so as to create jobs and to help Ontarians get the skills needed to succeed. Additionally, the government is almost doubling the Ontario child benefit for low and middle-income families. Further, the government is pumping money into affordable housing units and is doubling the senior homeowners property tax grant. Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Programs are also being increased. At the same time, the government is pumping money into research infrastructure and into biomedical research facilities. Finally, the...
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Ontario Ministry of Finance. “Ontario Budget 2009: Highlights.” 2009. 24 May 2009
Ontario Ministry of Finance. “Ontario’s economic outlook.” 26 Mar. 2009. 25 May 2009
Sinoski, Kelly, Shannon Proudfoot and Meagan Fitzpatrick. “Crime down overall, but perception of it still rising.” 22 Apr. 2009. 24 May 2009
“Violent crime statistics, Canada.” N.d. 25 May 2009