Marit Stiles MPP, Davenport

Government of Ontario

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June 25, 2019

Letter to Ontario's new Education Minister

Ontario has a new Education Minister. I wrote Minister Lecce to call on him to seize this opportunity to reverse Doug Ford's cuts and start investing in Ontario's next generation. More
June 6, 2019

Bill 108: More power for developers at the expense of communities and endangered species

On June 5, 2019 I joined the third reading debate on the government's Bill 108, the so-called "More homes, more choice Act." This bill will do little to address Toronto's housing crisis, but it wil... More
June 3, 2019

GO Transit electrification in jeopardy?

On June 3, 2019, I co-signed a letter with NDP Transit Critic Jessica Bell to Minister of Transportation Jeff Yurek regarding concerns that the government may be reneging on its commitment to the e... More
May 11, 2019

NDP tables motion to declare a climate emergency in Ontario

On Monday, May 13, the Legislative Assembly will debate a motion that would recognize the real threat that climate change poses to our environment, our people and our economy - and call for action.... More
April 18, 2019

Bill aimed at keeping cyclists safe passes second reading

An NDP bill aimed at making roads safer for cyclists cleared second reading yesterday, with the NDP vowing to keep pushing until it becomes law, just one of the actions needed to prevent as many cy... More
March 25, 2019

Stiles to introduce bill aimed at keeping cyclists safe

QUEEN’S PARK — Marit Stiles, NDP MPP for Davenport, will introduce a private member’s bill Tuesday aimed at making roads safer for cyclists. The Teach-the-Reach Act would require the Dutch Reach me... More
March 15, 2019

Doug Ford’s cuts mean bigger classes, fewer teachers and less help for kids: NDP

QUEEN’S PARK — Doug Ford’s deep cuts to students and classrooms, announced Friday, will mean thousands fewer teachers, bigger class sizes, and less help for every student. NDP Education critic Mari... More
February 8, 2019

Government rips autism services away from high needs children and gives everyone less:

NDP Official Opposition Children and Youth critic Monique Taylor said that the Ford Conservatives' changes to autism services means high needs children will have their services ripped away, and eve... More
January 14, 2019

Funding of l’Université de l’Ontario français

QUEEN’S PARK — In light of federal bridge funding to continue l’Université de l’Ontario français planning over the next year, MPP France Gélinas released the following statement:   More
January 11, 2019

Ford continues to put students’ safety behind political interests of his inner circle: Marit Stiles

Regardless of how an Ontario Superior Court rules on a legal challenge trying to stop Doug Ford from banning updated sex-ed from Ontario schools, the two days of hearings held this week painted a p... More