1. Ontario unleashes record spending for COVID-19 pandemic with $17B in emergency measures  Toronto Star
  2. Coronavirus: Ontario government unveils $17B aid package in response to COVID-19  Global News
  3. COVID-19: Ontario introduces $17 billion rescue package, more than doubles deficit  National Post
  4. Here's what to expect from Ontario's not-quite-a-budget, as COVID-19 throws economy off track  CBC.ca
  5. Ontario will spend $17B over the next year to help battle COVID-19 pandemic  CTV News
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The Progressive Conservative government has unleashed a $17 billion COVID-19 plan, plunging the province deeper into the red as it tries to tackle the...The Progressive Conservative government has unleashed a $17 billion COVID-19 plan, plunging the province deeper into the red as it tries to tackle the...

The package was split into two parts: $7 billion in direct supports and $10 billion in business tax and other tax-related deferrals.The package was split into two parts: $7 billion in direct supports and $10 billion in business tax and other tax-related deferrals.

Coronavirus: Ontario government unveils $17B aid package in response to COVID-19 | Globalnews.ca

It includes a $1-billion pandemic contingency fund, nearly $1 billion more for hospitals, and $75 million to help front-line workersIt includes a $1-billion pandemic contingency fund, nearly $1 billion more for hospitals, and $75 million to help front-line workers

COVID-19: Ontario introduces $17 billion rescue package, more than doubles deficit | National Post

It includes a $1-billion pandemic contingency fund, nearly $1 billion more for hospitals, and $75 million to help front-line workersIt includes a $1-billion pandemic contingency fund, nearly $1 billion more for hospitals, and $75 million to help front-line workers

COVID-19: Ontario introduces $17 billion rescue package, more than doubles deficit | National Post

As Ontario reels from the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and braces for the impact on the health system, the Ford government will lay out the bare bones of a budget on Wednesday. As Ontario reels from the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and braces for the impact on the health system, the Ford government will lay out the bare bones of a budget on Wednesday. 

“Today, @RodPhillips01 announced Ontario’s Economic Statement in light of #COVID19 & the public health & economic fallout. Our plan includes $7B in healthcare support & $10B in help for people & businesses. Nepean residents can learn more at 6138232116 or lisa@lisamacleod.com https://t.co/EwLvyWz3nR”

Lisa MacLeod on Twitter: "Today, @RodPhillips01 announced Ontario’s Economic Statement in light of #COVID19 & the public health & economic fallout. Our plan includes $7B in healthcare support & $10B in help for people & businesses. Nepean residents can learn more at 6138232116 or lisa@lisamacleod.com… https://t.co/AeWgEmIZz5"

“WATCH LIVE: Finance Minister Rod Phillips delivers ONtario's 2020-21 spending plan. It's all about the effects of and response to #COVID19 https://t.co/1DxXdNirz7”

Mike Crawley on Twitter: "WATCH LIVE: Finance Minister Rod Phillips delivers ONtario's 2020-21 spending plan. It's all about the effects of and response to #COVID19 https://t.co/1DxXdNirz7"

“BREAKING: Finance Minister @RodPhillips01 unleashes $17B pandemic push, plunging the province deeper into the red to tackle #COVID19. A record $174.3B spending plan with a $20.5B deficit. #onpoli Details soon at https://t.co/EqIKpHb7BB”

Robert Benzie on Twitter: "BREAKING: Finance Minister @RodPhillips01 unleashes $17B pandemic push, plunging the province deeper into the red to tackle #COVID19. A record $174.3B spending plan with a $20.5B deficit. #onpoli Details soon at https://t.co/EqIKpHb7BB"

“Today @RodPhillips01 introduced Ontario’s Action Plan 2020: Responding to COVID-19. This is a $17 billion plan to support people and the economy through the outbreak. This plan includes immediate action to fight #COVID19 with $3.3 billion of additional resources for healthcare”

Lisa Thompson on Twitter: "Today @RodPhillips01 introduced Ontario’s Action Plan 2020: Responding to COVID-19. This is a $17 billion plan to support people and the economy through the outbreak. This plan includes immediate action to fight #COVID19 with $3.3 billion of additional resources for healthcare… https://t.co/5TRaTWPI9k"

The Ford government is going deep in the red to support hospitals and people during the COVID-19 pandemic, doubling the deficit to more than $20 billion in 2020-2021.The Ford government is going deep in the red to support hospitals and people during the COVID-19 pandemic, doubling the deficit to more than $20 billion in 2020-2021.

Ontario's deficit balloons to fund hospitals, defer taxes during COVID-19 pandemic | CP24.com

TORONTO — Today, Finance Minister Rod Phillips released Ontario's Action Plan: Responding to COVID-19 (March 2020 Economic and Fiscal Update).TORONTO — Today, Finance Minister Rod Phillips released Ontario's Action Plan: Responding to COVID-19 (March 2020 Economic and Fiscal Update).

Newsroom : Ontario's Action Plan: Responding to COVID-19

Ontario introduced a $17-billion package Wednesday to support the province through the COVID-19 outbreak, including an influx of cash for the health sector, direct payments to parents, and tax breaks for businesses. Finance Minister Rod Phillips said the government is confident that every dollar invested through the plan that saves a life or a job […]

Coronavirus: Ontario introduces $17B package for health sector, people, businesses - CityNews Toronto

Capacity issues at Ontario hospitals and tax deferments for businesses among the economic and fiscal update highlights.Read the full story and comment on Tbnewswatch.com

Budget adds $7 billion for health-care, people and jobs - TBNewsWatch.com

Ontario is doling out more funding to help the province deal with COVID-19. During a fiscal update, this afternoon at Queen’s Park, ... more ›

Province announces $17-billion COVID-19 aid package - My Muskoka Now

Ontario’s finance minister will deliver a fiscal update Wednesday focused on new economic realities caused by COVID-19.Ontario’s finance minister will deliver a fiscal update Wednesday focused on new economic realities caused by COVID-19.

Ontario announces $17B package for COVID-19 response - CHCH

Ontario will spend $17 billion dollars over the next year, record a $20.5 billion deficit and will set aside an unprecedented $2.5 billion dollars for emergency spending, allowing the province to battle the global COVID-19 pandemic.Ontario will spend $17 billion dollars over the next year, record a $20.5 billion deficit and will set aside an unprecedented $2.5 billion dollars for emergency spending, allowing the province to battle the global COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19: Ontario will spend $17B to help province through pandemic | CTV News

Funds will ensure ' front-line health care professionals have the resources they need to fight the COVID-19 outbreak'Funds will ensure ' front-line health care professionals have the resources they need to fight the COVID-19 outbreak'

LIVE: Ontario unveils $17B action plan to help ease financial burden due to COVID-19 measures - Sudbury.com

Ontario is spending an additional $17 billion to step up efforts against the coronavirus. The healthcare systems gets $7 billion while $10 billion goes to people and businesses through taxes and other deferrals.Ontario is spending an additional $17 billion to step up efforts against the coronavirus. The healthcare systems gets $7 billion while $10 billion goes to people and businesses through taxes and other deferrals.

Ontario will spend additional $17 billion to fight the coronavirus

Ontario will spend up to $17 billion to provide relief to citizens and businesses hit hard by the global coronavirus pandemic.The government is offering a one-time $200-per-child payment to offset school and daycare closure costs, doubling supports to low-income seniors, deferring OSAP repayments, l...Ontario will spend up to $17 billion to provide relief to citizens and businesses hit hard by the global coronavirus pandemic.

Ontario to spend up to $17B on COVID-19 relief | Toronto Sun

Ontario will spend up to $17 billion to provide relief to citizens and businesses hit hard by the global coronavirus pandemic.The government is offering a one-time $200-per-child payment to offset school and daycare closure costs, doubling supports to low-income seniors, deferring OSAP repayments, l...Ontario will spend up to $17 billion to provide relief to citizens and businesses hit hard by the global coronavirus pandemic.

Ontario to spend up to $17B on COVID-19 relief | Toronto Sun