The premier is giving a peek into the budget, just days before it will be tabled at Queen's Park.
Premier Kathleen Wynne has announced a $2.5 billion "Jobs and Prosperity Fund" to strengthen the economy.
The money will be given out over ten years.
She says it will improve the province's ability to attract business investment and create jobs. She stresses it will be key for Ontario's future. She underlines more details will be announced in Thursday's budget.
Wynne also gave a name to the province's version of CPP: the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan. She says they can't wait for leadership from Ottawa any longer.