Investing in colleges and universities is part of Ontario's ten year infrastructure plan. Investing in roads, highways, transit, hospitals and schools will be core elements of the government's vision to create jobs, grow local economies and enhance the quality of life for people across Ontario.
Increasing the number of student spaces at colleges and universities and making sure students have access to education and training is an important element of Putting Students First, the governments plan to provide quality, affordable postsecondary education and training to Ontario.
Click on the locations on the map below to learn more about how Ontario is helping colleges and universities build the right spaces in the right places for Ontario students.
- July 6, 2011: New Building Helping Humber College Expand
- June 29, 2011: New Facilities for Nursing and Media Students at Western
- June 27, 2011: Renewing Seneca College's King Campus
- June 24, 2011: Building Together: Investing in Ottawa's Colleges and Universities
- June 24, 2011: Fanshawe's Downtown Campus Expanding
- June 23, 2011: New Bio-Energy Research Centre At Confederation College
- June 22, 2011: New Health and Wellness Centre for Sault College Students
- June 22, 2011: New Trades and Technology Building for Fleming Students
- June 22, 2011: New Building For McMaster University
- June 21, 2011: Expanding Sheridan College's Mississauga Campus
- June 21, 2011: New Health Sciences Building For Ryerson University Students
- June 20, 2011: Renovating University Of Toronto's Mississauga Campus
- June 20, 2011: New Engineering and Science Building for York University Students
- June 20, 2011: Completing The Centre Of Health and Wellness At Georgian College
- June 20, 2011: Wilfrid Laurier University Expanding
- June 9, 2011: Supporting Innovation At University Of Windsor
Learn more about other Ontario government infrastructure investments in colleges and universities under the Knowledge Infrastructure Program.