The government’s budget update has left the door open for businesses to use ad clicks to drive more traffic to their sites, while the Liberals are hoping to lure some new business to the province.
The government has also decided to move ahead with an initiative to streamline the way government-funded social services interact with businesses and individuals through a new online tool called the Canadian Social Services Framework.
The federal Liberals are looking to create a new tool that will allow governments and businesses to easily share and share in their social services with each other.
The new tool, called the Social Services Infrastructure Partnership, or SIP, will be able to share information about how to access social services and how to pay benefits and services.
It will also allow businesses to get the social services they need from each other and government through a simple form.
The Liberals say they’re looking for ways to make the social service process more streamlined, to improve access to services and to help those who need them the most.
“We want to ensure that the financial system for people who are in crisis is not a nightmare,” said Minister of Finance Eric Hoskins.
“It’s a fair and transparent system where people can access the help they need.”
Social Services Minister Pierre Poilievre has also promised to ensure the federal government’s Social Security Program can be managed in a more efficient way.
He says the federal and provincial governments are working together to improve the Social Security Administration of Canada.
Poilivre says the provincial and territorial governments will provide the funding to improve its work, and will be helping the federal system with the implementation of the new tool.
The provincial and territory governments say the federal program will help them to implement the framework.
The province of Alberta is also in the process of implementing the framework, but has yet to make a decision on how to spend the money it’s received.
Ontario, Manitoba and Quebec are also in talks with Ottawa about the framework and are working on ways to use it.
“Ontario is working to use the framework to identify the best way to streamlining the Social Service Administration of Ontario,” said Premier Kathleen Wynne in a statement.
“As this process continues, Ontario will continue to work with the federal Government to address the challenges faced by our provinces and territories, including the need for better communication and coordination of our services.”