Peggy Sattler MPP, London West

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March 30, 2017

Wynne Government can Immediately Help Londoners Facing Mental Health Crisis: NDP

Queen’s Park – For the third time in two weeks, MPP Peggy Sattler demanded the Wynne government to stop blocking a project to help Londoners facing a mental health crisis, and use a measure under i... More
March 28, 2017

My Statement on the 2017 JS Woodsworth Awards

Ms. Peggy Sattler: It is my great honour to rise today to recognize the amazing work that is being done in my community to advance anti-racism, human rights and equity. More
March 28, 2017

London MPP Deb Matthews Opposes 30% Cut to Hydro Bills, Supports Privatized Hydro

QUEEN’S PARK – Deb Matthews, Liberal MPP for London North Centre and the Wynne government’s deputy premier, voted against cutting hydro bills for Ontarians by 30 per cent, and in favour of the priv... More
March 28, 2017

Sattler Presses Premier to Resolve London’s Assisted Living Wait List Crisis

Queen’s Park – On Tuesday, NDP MPP Peggy Sattler (London West) pushed Premier Kathleen Wynne to help Londoners with physical disabilities — those languishing on indefinite wait lists for assisted h... More
March 27, 2017

NDP’s Sattler Calls on Premier to Authorize Project to Help London Mental Health Patients

Queen’s Park – After the minister of health refused to sign off last week on a London project that would help thousands of London mental health patients, MPP Peggy Sattler (London West) took the qu... More
March 24, 2017

NDP MPP Sattler Calls on Wynne to Expand Assisted Living Housing for People with Disabilities

London – London West MPP Peggy Sattler joined four families to demand that Premier Kathleen Wynne help people with severe physical disabilities who have been languishing on wait-lists for assisted ... More
March 23, 2017

MPP Sattler Demands Wynne Government Stop Blocking Project to Help Mental Health Patients

Queen’s Park – During question period Thursday, Peggy Sattler, London West NDP MPP, demanded the Wynne government stop blocking a project to help thousands of mental health patients in London. More
March 9, 2017

My Response to the Minister’s Statement on International Women’s Day

I am proud to rise today on behalf of Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath, leader of the only parliamentary caucus in Canada with a majority of women, to reflect on International Women’s Day. More
March 7, 2017

My Tribute to Women Veterans

It is my great privilege to rise today on behalf of the Ontario NDP caucus to pay tribute to the often under-recognized contributions of the courageous women who served in the military during World... More
March 6, 2017

My Salute to Ontario’s Longest Serving Woman MPP Julia Munro

It is an honour for me to rise today as the NDP critic for women’s issues to pay tribute to the member for York–Simcoe. As the longest-serving woman MPP ever elected in this province, she has repre... More
March 6, 2017

My Statement on Unacceptable Surgical Wait Times

Ms. Peggy Sattler: On October 19, 2016, the Minister of Health was asked why the people of London must wait longer for orthopaedic surgery than other Ontarians. He said: “I am working with the Sout... More
March 3, 2017

Please Join Me For My Free Annual Community Skate!

Please join me March 12 at the Oakridge Arena for my Annual Community Skate!Date: Sunday, March 12Time: 2:00 pm – 3:45 pmLocation: Oakridge Arena (825 Valetta Street)Public Transit: Route 19 Downto... More
February 28, 2017

My Question On Out-of-Control Hydro Rates in London

MPP Sattler stands up for London families facing Wynne government’s out-of-control hydro rates Queen’s Park – During question period today, Peggy Sattler, NDP MPP for London West, demanded action f... More
February 22, 2017

My Response to the Minister on Human Trafficking

Last June, the government’s announcement of $72 million over four years on a strategy to end human trafficking was greeted with cautious optimism by many across the province. After years of advocac... More
February 22, 2017

My Response to the Minister on Pink Shirt Day

In 2007, two grade 12 students in Nova Scotia saw a new student being bullied with homophobic slurs because he had worn a pink shirt to school. Instead of looking the other way, David Shepherd and ... More