Marit Stiles MPP for Davenport

Government of Ontario

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February 4, 2022

Toronto NDP MPPs urge Ford to create Safety Zones, protect access to hospitals

TORONTO — Toronto's NDP MPPs are urging the Ford government to answer Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath's call to implement Safety Zones prohibiting protests near hospitals, schools, and clinics, a... More
January 26, 2022

Sterling Lofts Update

Jan 26th, 2022 I was pleased to learn yesterday that the Toronto Preservation Board accepted the motion made by Sterling Lofts tenants to designate their building under the Ontario Heritage Act. Th... More
January 19, 2022

NDP puts five urgent changes on the table for Housing Summit

With a Housing Summit planned for Wednesday, the Ontario NDP is calling for five specific proposals to be on the table — things the Doug Ford government can and should do right now to help people a... More
January 13, 2022

NDP calls for urgent push to get kids vaccinated

Fewer than half of kids five to 11 are vaccinated just five days before back-to-school More
January 11, 2022

NDP calls for testing, reporting and more to make schools safe as Monday approaches

TORONTO — Official Opposition Leader Andrea Horwath and NDP Education critic Marit Stiles are calling urgently for action to make schools safer by Monday — including reinstating COIVD testing and r... More
January 11, 2022

Vaccination Eligibility for Children Born in 2017

On behalf of my constituents, I wrote a letter to the Minister of Health regarding vaccine eligibility for children who were born in 2017. More
January 10, 2022

Letter to Culture Minister: Davenport creative spaces at risk

In light of the devastating sell off of a federal property in Davenport, along with increased development pressure jeopardizing creative work spaces, studios and rehearsal spaces, MPP Marit Stiles ... More
January 7, 2022

Ford's plan to further delay school return, rather than make schools safe, is unacceptable

TORONTO — The NDP is horrified that Doug Ford is considering forcing elementary school students to stay home beyond Jan. 17 instead of taking action to make it safe for them to return to school.  More
January 6, 2022

Ford must act on child care safety

Toronto's NDP MPPs have written to the Minister of Education to urgently request immediate safety measures to protect Ontario’s children in child care centres, as well as the child care workers who... More
January 5, 2022

Advocating for local businesses and workers

On Thursday, I met with local BIAs from Davenport and Spadina-Fort York to hear from them how the new restrictions were impacting member businesses and the workers they employ, and to ask what supp... More