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Ontario
In office
Premier
Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario
1,612 days in office
Ontario's 42nd Parliament
07 Jun 2018 - 03 May 2022
Ontario's 43nd Parliament
02 Jun 2022 - Present

The 2022 Ontario general election was held on June 2, 2022 to elect the 124 members of the 43rd Parliament of Ontario. The Progressive Conservative (PC) Party of Ontario, led by Doug Ford, won a majority government with 83 of the 124 seats in the legislature. The incumbent party, they increased their seat share from 76 in the 2018 election. They campaigned on a slogan to “get it done,” pledging to build highways and transit infrastructure and open up the “Ring of Fire,” a mineral-rich area in northern Ontario. Instead of an election platform, the Ontario PC Party presented its promises on its website in the form of press releases throughout the campaign.

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Promise History

1.12.18 - “An Ontario PC Government will maintain the Ontario Autism Program, but we will enhance it by adding $100 million in the 2018-19 fiscal year. This is an increase of $38 million from the Liberal’s 2018 budget promise”

Broken
16-Nov-2021

“Three years after a revamp to the Ontario Autism Program was promised to improve access, families say they’re losing faith in the province. Since 2019, when the province announced its plan for a new funding and services model for the program, the number of children registered and waiting to enrol has grown to more than 50,000, according to provincial figures, So far, only 600 children have been included in the needs-based program, which got underway in March and provides funding for ‘core services’ based on the individual need of each child. Those services include applied behavioural therapy and speech language pathology, which are important for many children with autism spectrum disorder, a neurological condition that can affect how they communicate and relate to the world around them. An Ontario pledge to clear wait lists by 2020 hasn’t been met.”

Broken
03-Feb-2021

“Ontario’s new autism services program will launch in March for 600 children following months of delay, but critics said it would do little to help thousands of families who remain waiting for support. Social Services Minister Todd Smith announced the launch on Wednesday, saying the program will include applied behaviour analysis, speech language pathology, and occupational therapy. It will expand through the year to include 8,000 more children by the end of 2021, Smith said, noting that the phased approach will allow the government to refine the program.”

Broken
06-Feb-2019

“The new program has the same annual budget of $321 million as the Liberal program.”

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