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Survey: 2022 Budget consultations

The 2022 Budget will build on the government’s plan to create the foundation for Ontario’s recovery and prosperity, while protecting our progress. We need your feedback. How can the Ontario government support your family or business? How has COVID-19 affected your priorities? What can we do to ensure a strong economic recovery and build for the future?

Closing date: February 11, 2022

This survey should take about 15 minutes to complete.

1. Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has responded with supports and investments to keep businesses running, schools open, and to protect Ontario’s health care system and long-term care sector. Going forward, what steps should the government take to protect our progress against the COVID-19 pandemic. Choose the top three priorities.
2. The provincial budget needs to balance many priorities. Choose the top three priorities that you feel are the most important.
3. The government provided a historic investment in resources to protect frontline healthcare across the province. What more could we do to protect people’s health, including residents in long-term care? Please choose the top three priorities that you feel are the most important.
4. To better understand the priorities of specific regions in Ontario, please identify what type of community you live in. Please choose all that apply.
5. When you think about your community, what services or resources could use more government support? Please choose the top three priorities that you feel are the most important.
6. When it comes to transit and transportation infrastructure, what priorities are important to you? Choose up to two options.
7. The government is investing in workers. What is the best way to help people find a good job? Choose one:
8. The government has released an action plan to make government services simpler, easier to use, more convenient and more accessible. What further actions should we take to make government services more digitally accessible, responsive and easier to use? Please pick your top three priorities.
9. Getting people back to work, creating more jobs and attracting investment are important priorities to help Ontario’s economy. What should the government prioritize to support making Ontario a more attractive destination for people to live, work, invest and raise a family? Please pick your top three priorities.

Your privacy matters

This is a public consultation. All responses received will be considered public and are subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Do not include personal information in your responses or any information that identifies you, a friend, family member or other person.

Your responses will be reviewed and may be used by the Ministry of Finance for consideration as part of the 2022 Ontario Budget. This may involve disclosing some or all comments or materials, or summaries of them, to other interested parts of the Ontario government during and after the consultation. Your feedback may also be used in a summary report about this survey. Feedback will not be attributed to specific individuals.

Your information will not be placed on mailing lists and will not be released to any third party except as authorized by law. For questions on how personal information collected on this page will be used, please see our Privacy Statement or contact:

Melissa Ouzas
Manager, Budget Secretariat
Frost Building North, 3rd floor
95 Grosvenor Street
Toronto ON M7A 1Z1