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Coronavirus: Ontario projects $2.6B more in COVID-19 pandemic spending since fall budget

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COVID-19 pandemic.The province says that brings its one-time pandemic spending to $13.3 billion. Ontario government extends off-peak electricity rates to Feb.

22 The funds were provided to the province from the federal government and Ontario says they have now all been allocated.In its third quarter financial report released today, the province says the additional $2.6 billion will go towards creating a previously announced grant program for small business, and to support hospitals and long-term care homes.

Ontario begins gradual reopening of its economy with 3 public health units Ontario’s projected deficit remains at $38.5 billion, unchanged since the 2020 budget was released in November.[ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the.

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