Ontario To Spend $90M Yearly On Free Dental Care For Low-Income Seniors

The Doug Ford government says it will spend $90 million annually to provide free routine dental care to low-income seniors in Ontario.

Premier Doug Ford, Health Minister Christine Elliott and Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility, launched the new Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program in Toronto at the Rexdale Community Health Centre on Wednesday.

The provincial government estimates that about 100,000 seniors will benefit from the program when it is fully implemented. The free dental care was promised in the spring budget.

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