Are you interested in getting more involved with issues around your community? Is there a cause that I or my colleagues in caucus have taken up that you would like to get involved with? Then please consider taking a copy of a petition. Circulate it around your community, collect signatures, and then deliver it to my office. I will gladly pass on any petitions you bring me to Queen’s Park.
If you are interested in drafting your own petition, be sure to ensure it is properly formatted. You can find a guide to writing petitions on the Ontario Legislature’s website at http://www.ontla.on.ca/lao/en/getting-involved/petitions/.
Below, you will also find online versions of the petitions. While physical petitions are needed for presentation in the Ontario Legislature, please feel free to sign online as well to show your support on these issues.
On March 21, 2019 to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Teresa Armstrong, MPP for London-Fanshawe, launched a campaign help combat discrimination through a Pledge to End Racism.
This pledge was developed with members of the community who have first-hand experiences, and saw the necessity of implementing a tool to combat these issues in a meaningful and tangible way.
Racism and discrimination have no place in Ontario. If you would like to sign the pledge please click the above link to take immediate action and start an open conversation on race, discrimination, and equality in your community today.
Reverse the OSAP cuts, protect the existing tuition grants, and reinstate the six-month grace period after graduation.
Invest in equitable, needs-based autism services for all children who need them.
Support improving the quality care for Ontario long term care homes by increasing minimum standards of care.