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For example in 1985, it was renamed Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology to reflect the growing importance of technology in Ontario's economy. Current party. For most of 1961, the department was briefly renamed the Department of Commerce and Development.

71. Since 1993, the department was mostly named the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade or some similar variations, except between 2002 and 2003 when it was briefly named Ministry of Enterprise, Opportunity and Innovation. March 25. th - Ontario's Action Plan: Responding to COVID-19 (March 2020 Economic and Fiscal Update) 2. stMay 1 - Ontario Providing Support for Industrial and Commercial Electricity Consumers During COVID-19 – Currently Active. Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, to make an announcement. Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade.

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This is pursued through research and development funding, business advisory services, career exploration opportunities and business startup programs for youth, skills development and marketing Ontario to potential international business invest… Although the Bureau was under the general direction of the Commissioner of Agriculture (or the Minister of Agriculture after 1888), the day to day operations were carried out by a small staff under the direction of the Secretary of the Bureau of Industries. In addition to trade and industry, the department at various times also had responsibilities over immigration, community planning, conservation, civil defence/emergency management.

In 1968, the department was renamed the Department of Trade and Development. Date: Thursday, February 6, 2020. Ministry News.

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Ontario's Representative in Washington D. C. This page was last edited on 10 September 2020, at 18:14. 0 On the Right Track • More than 250,000 jobs created in Ontario since June 2018 • Number of small businesses operating in Ontario in 2019 up 3.6% over previous year • Growth driven primarily by businesses with 1-4 employees and those with 20-49 employees • As of June 2019, there were 483,063 businesses in Ontario, of which 472,795 (97.9%) were small businesses.

On March 4, 1868, the Act for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Horticulture, Arts, and Manufactures received royal assent, establishing the Department of the Commissioner of Agriculture and Public Works. Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade Revision Update: May 4th, 2020 @ 4:30PM Page 1 of 101.

Over time, the department was mandated to work with agricultural, industrial, labour, mining, trade and other associations and organisations and with public and private sector enterprises in order to create and maintain productive employment and to develop the human and material resources of the province.