Marit Stiles MPP for Davenport

Government of Ontario

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September 23, 2021

Vaccine Certificates: Small businesses still have questions

On September 22, I co-signed a letter to the Minister of Health with Opposition Critic for Small Business Recovery, MPP Ian Arthur, outlining concerns of businesses in Davenport with the troubled r... More
September 17, 2021

Proof of vaccination: What you need to know

On September 22, proof of vaccination (two doses plus 14 days) will be required for entry into certain non-essential indoor spaces deemed to be high-risk for transmission of COVID-19, including res... More
September 9, 2021

Back to School

As kids in Davenport and across Ontario return to the classroom for the first day back to school this week, I'm calling on Doug Ford and his government to act now to deliver the safe September that... More
August 13, 2021

Marit Stiles renews call to Ford govt to restore Portuguese, Spanish-language mental health clinics

TORONTO — Davenport NDP MPP Marit Stiles has again written to Health Minister Christine Elliott urging her to stop the cut to culturally specific mental health care for the Portuguese and Spanish-s... More
August 11, 2021

New COVID guidelines for schools fall short

TORONTO — NDP Education critic Marit Stiles said Ontario's new COVID-19 guidelines for schools fall short, and won't keep students and education workers safe: More
August 4, 2021

Ford’s back-to-school scheme is rolling the dice with kids’ school year

BRANTFORD and TORONTO — NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and Education critic Marit Stiles say Doug Ford’s refusal to make investments into student and staff safety in schools this September is rolling th... More
July 27, 2021

Six-week countdown to school; NDP demands Safe September plan

QUEEN'S PARK — Tuesday marks six weeks to go until the first day of school for most Ontario students, and the Ford government’s plan for the coming school year is well overdue, says NDP Education c... More
July 9, 2021

Letter to the Chief Medical Officer of Health on a safe return to schools

On Friday, Official Opposition Leader Andrea Horwath and I wrote to Ontario’s new Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Kieran Moore to express the uncertainty facing families, students and educatio... More
July 8, 2021

Sick Kids report shows desperate needs for Safe September, mental health investments

TORONTO and HAMILTON — NDP Education critic Marit Stiles and Mental Health and Addictions critic Monique Taylor released the following statement in response to a new report by the Hospital for Sick... More
July 7, 2021

Letter: Problem-plagued Math Proficiency Test has wide-reaching consequences

MPPs Marit Stiles, Laura Mae Lindo and Guy Bourgouin have written to the Education Minister to raise ongoing concerns with the problem-plagued Math Proficiency Test and the impacts it is having on ... More