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In Partnership with Ontario Municipalities
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A Ten-Year Plan
The Review was a unique opportunity to find better ways for the provincial and municipal governments to fund and deliver services. The focus was on improved services, affordability and keeping Ontario’s competitive edge.
The report demonstrates the key partnerships required to protect municipalities and local taxpayers from rising costs and to serve Ontario families.
Ontario, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) and the City of Toronto reached a consensus agreement that will make a real difference to Ontario communities.
Ontario will continue to work with municipal partners to improve service and to plan for, and invest in, municipal infrastructure.
That’s a strong foundation for what Ontarians will achieve together in the years ahead.
ONGOING SUPPORT TO MUNICIPALITIES IS INCREASING $2.7 BILLION OR 250% INCREASE OVER 2003 BY 2018
|$1.5 billion||By 2018, municipalities will see a $1.5 billion per year net benefit from this agreement.|
|$6.6 billion||There has been $6.6 billion in new provincial funding for municipal infrastructure in the last three fiscal years.|
|ODSP/ODB||In 2007, as part of the Review process, Ontario announced the uploading of the Ontario Disability Support Program and Ontario Drug Benefits.|
|Since 2003||Ontario has shared with municipalities $1.6 billion in provincial gas tax revenues. Ontario has also uploaded public health costs (increasing provincial share from 50 per cent to 75 per cent); and invested an additional $300 million in land ambulance funding.|
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