Ministry of Government and Consumer Services Ontario Taking Action to Improve Elevator Availability Province Aims To Become World Leader With Standards For Repair Timelines Toronto, ON – Jan 25, 2018
Province Aims To Become World Leader With Standards For Repair Timelines Ontario is elevating its efforts to reduce outages and improving access to elevators, while maintaining the province’s strong safety record. Tracy MacCharles, Minister of Government and Consumer Services, was joined by MPP Han Dong in Toronto today to announce that the government has developed […]
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Ministry of Government and Consumer Services New Laws to Build Healthy and Sustainable Condo Communities Toronto, ON – July 25, 2017 Ontario is moving forward to better protect condo owners and residents by increasing consumer protections in Ontario’s condo communities. Today the Minister of Government and Consumer Services, Tracy MacCharles, announced new protections for condo […]
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services Ontario Seeking Feedback on Additional Changes to Travel Industry Act Toronto, ON – July 10, 2017 Vacations should be relaxing, and planning one should be too. Ontario has taken steps to help people make informed decisions when booking travel by increasing consumer protection and transparency. As of January 1, […]
Honourable Tracy MacCharles, Minister of Government and Consumer Services Consumer protection, new homes, and the homebuilding industry Tracy MacCharles was first elected to the Ontario legislature in 2011 as the MPP for Pickering-Scarborough East. She was re-elected in 2014. MacCharles currently serves as Minister of Government and Consumer Services, as well as Minister Responsible for […]
The Ontario government is changing the way it displays sex and gender information on health cards and driver’s licences to improve gender Inclusivity.
Province is Proposing Changes to Support Stronger Protections for Condo Owners Ontario is introducing new legislation to increase protections for condo owners, improve how condo corporations are run, and ensure that condo boards are governed professionally. The proposed Protecting Condominium Owners Act marks the first major overhaul of the province’s condominium laws in more than 16 […]