Government of Ontario

Teresa Armstrong

MPP, London-Fanshawe

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Teresa Armstrong is the first Portuguese Woman elected to the Ontario Legislature.  She was first elected as Member of Provincial Parliament for London-Fanshawe on October 6th, 2011 and re-elected in the 2014, 2018 and 2022 general elections.

In the legislature, Teresa has been a strong voice for her constituents. She is the NDP Critic for Childcare and Critic for Pensions. Teresa has focused on vital issues in her community including bringing forth legislation to address Mental Health and Addiction, cutting the Wait Lists for Home Care, and expanding the Public Inquiry into the Safety and Security of Residents in the Long-Term Care Homes System.





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May 16, 2024

MPP Armstrong: "stop delaying affordable childcare"

QUEEN'S PARK – Childcare Critic Teresa Armstrong (London-Fanshawe) is calling in the government to address the repeated delays in delivering the long-promised funding to make $10 a day child care a... More
May 6, 2024

Teresa Armstrong introduces legislation to convene a childcare worker’s task force

MPP Teresa Armstrong introduces legislation to convene a childcare worker’s task force  QUEEN’S PARK - MPP Teresa Armstrong (London Fanshawe) brought forward legislation today that would create an ... More
January 31, 2024

MPP Armstrong calls for increased support for child care amid concerns of further cuts

LONDON – MPP Teresa Armstrong (London Fanshawe), Official Opposition critic for Child Care released the following statement in response to reports that raise concerns about privatization in the chi... More