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Ontarians reject cuts to education

TORONTO, ON – Today, Mitzie Hunter, Finance Critic for the Ontario Liberal Party and candidate for the Liberal party leadership responded to the Nanos Poll showing strong public support for investment in public education in Ontario. “The poll results confirm what we’ve been hearing from students and families across our province since this government took […]

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Affordable housing is a right, not a privilege

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ontario needs a housing market that has a place for everyone TORONTO, ON –  November 22 is National Housing Day in Canada, a day that marks the challenges Canadians face in finding safe and affordable housing across the country. “Right here, in this province, affordable home ownership and rent are increasingly out […]

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Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis

November 13, 2019 Its time for the provincial government to step up FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, ON –  As a follow up to Toronto Public Health’s recent call to declare gun violence a public health issue and for the federal government to ban handgun sales, Mitzie Hunter, MPP for Scarborough-Guildwood is calling on all members of […]

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Federal Liberal Victory a Referendum on Premier Ford

Majority of Ontario voted Liberal sending a message to Queen’s Park For Immediate Release Toronto, ON (October 22, 2019) – Ontarians rejected leader Andrew Scheer’s Progressive Conservative platform and austerity cuts and chose instead to move forward by voting for Liberal candidates in the federal election. This result can only be viewed as a referendum […]

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Open Letter to Premier Doug Ford Regarding Public Education Labour Disruption

The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building Queen’s Park Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 Dear Premier Doug Ford, Many school boards are set to close their doors on Monday, October 7 if the custodians, clerical staff, early childhood educators and educational assistants go on strike. This labour dispute has put the well-being of students […]

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