The Ford government spent its first year slashing. Here's who got burned - 2019-06-13
The cuts affect everything from health care and environmental projects to legal aid, research and tourism, but details of how they will be implemented have trickled out slowly since the government unveiled its first budget in April.
In the year since it came to power, Premier Doug Ford's Progressive Conservative government has made a sweeping array of funding cuts to Ontario services, programs, non-governmental organizations and projects in an effort to eliminate an $11.7-billion deficit.
In some cases, the total value of a cut was clearly stated in the budget, or has been established through reporting. In others, unspecified cuts were identified as the reason for job losses.