- n. Plural form of Ontarian.
“And the results of all this expertise and good work are clear: life expectancy of Ontarians is above the Canadian average and among the highest anywhere in the world.”
“The health of Ontarians is our most precious resource.”
“And the challenge we face as Ontarians is how to preserve the best of what we have on the one hand, while changing and improving what is necessary to ensure equality of opportunity through economic performance and social progress in the future.”
“This is what we are going to do with the surplus: 55 per cent will be invested in Ontarians 'priorities-primarily health care and education.”
“To me, and to Ontarians, that is simply unacceptable.”
“However Rob, look at the stereotypes you've been throwing around about other Canadians such as Ontarians and Easterners (even though you're actually an Easterner yourself).”
“Instead of recognizing our serious long term competitive vulnerability, as one of the world's most carbon-intensive, automobile-dependent economies, they're simply encouraging Ontarians to keep up the old habits and risk turning this province into tomorrow's rust belt.”
“Wow, they make it sound like Ontarians are far too sophisticated for church suppers and local fairs, and that all that home-grown entertainment is far beneath them.”
“It was a good time for retailers there, and they will be happy to get the Ontarians back.”
“I was living there in the early 90's when the Loonie was stronger, and the Galleria was filled with Ontarians.”
‘Ontarians’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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