On this page, you'll find information about issues before the Ontario Legislature.
For many issues, there is an accompanying petition. You can download and print any of these petitions, then collect signatures and return them to my office.
If you choose to collect signatures on a petition, please do so in a safe way that respects all COVID-19 public health guidance. Please note that original signatures are required, individual sheets do not have to be completely filled, and there is no minimum number of signatures. You may consider getting signatures in person from your own close contacts, and then sharing the PDF or link with others.
Completed petitions can be mailed or dropped off in the orange mailbox at my community office:
101-240 Commissioners Road West, London, ON N6J 1Y1
If you have questions about petitions, please contact my office at [email protected].
Our bill to fight back against Islamophobia and hate.
London MPPs and the National Council of Canadian Muslims have collaborated on new legislation to fight back against Islamophobia and hate. Add your name to call for urgent action to tear down Islamophobia, white supremacist groups and organized hate.
My bill to provide paid sick days for every worker in Ontario.
My Stay Home If You Are Sick Act creates a made-in-Ontario framework for providing paid sick leave to all Ontario workers, during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Today, optometrists and their patients are experiencing the result of decades of chronic cuts to vision care, exacerbated by the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19. New Democrats are urging the government to commit to a firm timeline for a fair payment schedule that will stabilize the sector and minimize this disruption to vision care. We must make sure that eye care services remain available for all Ontarians.
Tell the government to stop fighting Ontario's midwives in court, and immediately comply with the Human Rights Tribunal's order to pay midwives fairly, close the gender pay gap, and uphold the human rights of midwives
Ontario's online health card renewal service is only available to those who hold an Ontario driver’s licence. People who do not hold a driver’s licence are required to renew their card in person, and not even the Ontario Photo Card is accepted as sufficient documentation to renew the health card online.
This is very limiting for anyone who does not drive, including those who cannot drive due to disabilities. I am urging the Ontario government to make the OHIP card’s online renewal more inclusive by making it available to all eligible residents, including those who do not drive.
Londoners cannot afford to wait any longer for relief on sky-high auto insurance rates. If Ontarians are overpaying auto insurance companies by as much as reports suggest, that needs to stop. Ontarian drivers deserve better. I am urging the government to cap profit margins of auto insurance companies to they can't gouge Ontario drivers.