Ontario

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Place.png Ontario
(Canadian province)
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Subpage(s)Ontario/Lieutenant Governor

Ontario is Canada's most populous province, with over 1/3 the country's population. It is the second-largest province by area.


COVID-19

The Progressive Conservative government has enacted lockdowns during COVID-19. Premier Doug Ford has punished his caucus members who have dissented.


 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartEndDescription
Bank of Canada
Canada-Israel Committee2011
Canadian Global Affairs Institute2000
Canadian Labour Congress1956The central labour body in English Canada to which most Canadian labour unions are affiliated.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Carleton University1942Public university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Communications Security Establishment
Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units1995International organization that facilitates cooperation and intelligence sharing between national financial intelligence units
Toronto-Dominion Bank1 February 1955One of the big 5 Canadian banks
University of Guelph1874The Veterinary medicine program at the University of Guelph was ranked 4th in the world in 2015.
University of Ottawa1848Bilingual university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
University of St. Michael's College15 September 1852Catholic college of the University of Toronto.
University of TorontoThe most important university in Canada
University of Waterloo1959Known for having more companies formed by its faculty, students, and alumni than any other Canadian university.
University of Western Ontario1878Rebranded in 2012 to give it less of a national identify
Wilfrid Laurier University1960Enrollment of about 17,000 full-time and part-time undergraduate students.
York UniversityCanada's fourth-largest university.


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