April 28, 2016
Ontario is investing $9.7 million in local students by building and renovating two schools in the Trinity-Spadina community.
This year, work will begin on one new school and one renovated school, to help meet the needs of local students and accommodate changes to enrollment levels now and in the future.
Local projects include:
This is part of the largest investment in public infrastructure in the province's history -- about $160 billion over 12 years, which is supporting 110,000 jobs every year across the province, with projects such as roads, bridges, transit systems, schools and hospitals.
Giving students the best possible learning environment is part of the government’s economic plan to build Ontario up and deliver on its number one priority — growing the economy and creating jobs. The four-part plan includes investing in talent and skills, including helping more people get and create the jobs of the future by expanding access to high-quality college and university education. The plan is also making the largest investment in public infrastructure in Ontario’s history and investing in a low-carbon economy driven by innovative, high-growth, export-oriented businesses. The plan is also helping working Ontarians achieve a more secure retirement.
“The investments we make in our schools now will allow better use of our existing infrastructure and benefit the students and families of Trinity-Spadina for the future. By building up our local schools we are giving more students the enhanced learning environment they need while supporting local jobs and strengthening our economy.
— Han Dong, MPP Trinity – Spadina
“Improving learning environments for our students is one of the best infrastructure investments
we can make. Our government is proud to invest in capital projects that are bringing students
and communities together, reducing the cost of under-used space, and reinvesting savings back
into the classroom.”
— Liz Sandals, Minister of Education
Office of MPP Han Dong, Trinity – Spadina
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