Laura Mae Lindo MPP, Kitchener Centre

Government of Ontario

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November 25, 2020

Health experts sidelined as delays and conflicts leave COVID-19 to spread

QUEEN’S PARK — A new report by Ontario’s Auditor General reveals unpreparedness, delays and conflicts as Doug Ford chose to have pandemic decision-making driven by politicians and bureaucrats while... More
November 25, 2020

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

QUEEN'S PARK - Ontario NDP critic for Women's Issues Jill Andrew made the following statement to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women:"Today we acknowledge the o... More
November 23, 2020

PSWs still waiting for $3 pandemic pay

QUEEN’S PARK – France Gélinas, MPP for Nickel Belt and NDP Health critic, questioned the Minister of Health Christine Elliott this morning regarding the government’s pandemic pay promise, which has... More
November 20, 2020

Transgender Day of Remembrance

QUEEN'S PARK – "On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honour the memory of those who have died because of Transphobic violence, hate or prejudice, and mourn their loss. We acknowledge the persisten... More
November 19, 2020

Scrap sneaky changes to let developers build on wetlands: NDP to Ford

QUEEN’S PARK — Ontario’s Official Opposition NDP is calling on Doug Ford to scrap troubling new legislation that paves the way for developers to build on the province’s wetlands by stripping conser... More
November 19, 2020

Doug Ford’s financial returns omit deal with McVety’s school

Doug Ford’s financial returns omit deal with McVety’s school QUEEN’S PARK — Charles McVety and his Canada Christian College (CCC) either donated or rented meeting and event spa... More
November 19, 2020

New measures must come with specific supports

QUEEN’S PARK — After Doug Ford relaxed public health protections in recent weeks, additional lockdown measures now seem inevitable. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is calling on Doug Ford to include spec... More
November 19, 2020

NDP plan will provide better home care and long-term care in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — Starting in 2022, the NDP will overhaul home care to end wait times, deliver more consistent care, and support aging Ontarians to live in their own homes longer. The commitment is part ... More
November 18, 2020

Flip-flop on school closures a cause for concern

QUEEN’S PARK — NDP Education critic Marit Stiles released the following statement in response to the Ford government saying Tuesday that it may shutter school buildings for a time this winter to st... More
October 1, 2020

NDP calls for Save Main Street plan to be implemented before second wave gets worse

Working people and small business owners in Brampton have already been hit hard by the financial crisis created by COVID-19, and the second wave has begun. Andrea Horwath, Leader of the Official Op... More