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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August 3, 2023

“Deeply troubling:” London’s MPPs call on Government to step up as local public health unit struggles

Published on August 3, 2023 LONDON, ON – London-area MPPs Peggy Sattler (London West), Terence Kernaghan (London North Centre), and Teresa Armstrong (London—Fanshawe) issued the following stateme... More
June 6, 2023

London MPPs pay tribute to Our London Family on 2nd anniversary of tragedy

Published on June 6, 2023 QUEEN’S PARK – Two years ago, on June 6, 2021, an act of Islamophobic terror ended the lives of three generations of a Muslim family in London, Ontario. London MPPs Pegg... More
October 7, 2021

Armstrong reintroduces Time to Care Act and urges Ford to make it law

QUEEN’S PARK - Almost a year since it passed Second Reading with all-party support, MPP Teresa Armstrong reintroduced her bill, the Time to Care Act, which would legislate four hours of hands-o... More