The province is seeking input from residents, businesses and organizations on what they would like to see in the upcoming budget.
“Every Ontarian has a stake and a voice in building Ontario up and planning for the future,” states Mitzie Hunter, the province’s associate finance minister, in a news release. “These consultations provide an opportunity for people and communities across the province to have their voices heard and considered as the government prepares for the 2016 budget.”
Residents can send in their ideas by visiting ontario.ca/budgettalks, or by calling the Ministry of Finance at 1-866-989-9002 to participate in an in-person consultation, or by emailing ideas to email@example.com.
Submissions are due by Jan. 31.