Peggy Sattler MPP, London West

Government of Ontario

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July 26, 2017

Transferring beds out of London will not fix long term care: NDP’s Armstrong

July 26, 2017 “Every day, I receive heartbreaking phone calls, letters and e-mails from families concerned that their loved ones are not getting the care they need,” said Armstrong. “At Meadow Park... More
July 13, 2017

Sattler: London Sears employees need protection

July 13, 2017 London – In light of the recent news that Sears Canada is closing 59 stores, including a London Home Store location, NDP MPP Peggy Sattler says the Ontario NDP’s push to convince Kath... More
July 13, 2017

Workplace laws need further changes: Horwath

The Changing Workplaces Review that kicked off an overdue discussion on raising wages was supposed to recognize how work has changed in Ontario. Sadly, it didn’t. Proposed changes to the Lab... More
June 28, 2017

The care our parents deserve: Horwath calls for full seniors care inquiry

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 QUEEN’S PARK – NDP Leader Andrea Horwath announced Wednesday her plans for a complete public inquiry into the state of seniors long-term care in Ontario – not only into the... More
May 16, 2017

My Member’s Statement on Vijay Bhatia

I rise today to pay tribute to London West constituent Vijay Bhatia, a veteran London taxi driver whose life was brutally taken on April 29. More
May 15, 2017

London Seniors Can’t Afford Wynne’s Skyrocketing Hydro Bills: MPP Sattler

QUEEN’S PARK – During question period on Monday, NDP MPP Peggy Sattler told Premier Kathleen Wynne that seniors in London, both renters and homeowners, cannot afford their ever-increasing hydro bil... More
May 11, 2017

NDP: Liberal ‘Hydro Plan’ Will Cause Bills to Soar

QUEEN’S PARK – Ontario NDP Energy Critic Peter Tabuns issued the following statement in response documents leaked by a whistleblower that suggest hydro rates will soar as a result of the Liberal go... More
May 2, 2017

My Statement on Education Week

I’m pleased to rise on behalf of the Ontario NDP caucus to recognize Education Week 2017. This is a week for schools to open their doors and invite the community in, to showcase the remarkable thin... More
May 2, 2017

My Statement in Support of the Ontario NDP’s Pharmacare Motion

I am proud to rise in support of this motion, and I’m proud to be part of a caucus that is leading the push to create a universal, comprehensive pharmacare system in Ontario. More
April 24, 2017

Wynne Government Continues to Delay Mental Health Project for Londoners: MPP Sattler

Queen’s Park – During question period Monday, Peggy Sattler, NDP MPP for London West, took the Wynne government to task for continuing to block a mental health project to help thousands of Londoners. More
April 13, 2017

My Statement on the Anova Launch in London

On Friday, March 31, I joined with Londoners to celebrate the launch of Anova, an agency formed through the merger of Women’s Community House—our local women’s shelter—and the Sexual Assault Centre... More
April 12, 2017

My Response to the Minister’s Statement on the 100 Year Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in Ontario

I am pleased to rise as the Ontario NDP women’s issues critic on behalf of my caucus and my leader, Andrea Horwath, to mark 100 years of women’s suffrage in Ontario. More
April 11, 2017

My Question on Equal Pay Day

Ms. Peggy Sattler: My question is to the Premier. This year’s sunshine list revealed that even within the public sector in Ontario, a massive wage gap for women still persists. Only 25% of the peop... More
April 11, 2017

Statement from Ontario NDP Women’s Issues Critic Peggy Sattler on Equal Pay Day

“Today, as we mark Equal Pay Day again in Ontario, it’s necessary to recommit ourselves to the fight for women’s economic empowerment and basic fairness. More
April 3, 2017

NDP’s Sattler Urges Premier Wynne to Approve London Mental Health Project

Queen’s Park – For the third week, London West NDP MPP Peggy Sattler pressed the Wynne government to help thousands of patients in London, calling on Premier Kathleen Wynne to use her authority to ... More