Marit Stiles MPP, Davenport

Government of Ontario

Latest News

April 29, 2020

With 48 hours to rent day and no federal help forthcoming, NDP renews call for Ford to provide rent relief

QUEEN’S PARK — With rent coming due again Friday, Justin Trudeau said yesterday that it’s the responsibility of provinces to help tenants. NDP Official Opposition Leader Andrea Horwath and Ontario ... More
April 23, 2020

Misleading government announcement leaves kids, teachers and parents disappointed and without iPads

QUEEN’S PARK — Doug Ford and Stephen Lecce gave teachers, students and families the impression that at least 21,000 new iPads were on the way to give families in need access to online learning duri... More
April 16, 2020

New: Resources and supports list during COVID-19

My team has compiled a list of community financial and social supports along with information about mutual aid groups on a new page on my website: www.maritstiles.ca/help More
April 15, 2020

COVID-19 Update April 14

Today I joined a small group of MPPs at Queen’s Park to deal with new government legislation to extend the provincial state of emergency until May 12. The bill also made a few housekeeping changes,... More
April 7, 2020

COVID-19 Update - April 6

My COVID-19 Bulletin for April 6, 2020. More
April 2, 2020

COVID-19 Update - April 2

Here are today’s new developments: Toronto now has a two-metre physical distancing law with fines of up to $5,000 possible. Brampton has the same rule with fines ranging from $500 to $10,000  More
April 1, 2020

COVID-19 Update April 1

Davenport Friends and Neighbours,   Here are today’s new developments in the fight against COVID-19. More
March 31, 2020

COVID-19 Update - March 31

My MPP bulletin from March 31, 2020. More
March 31, 2020

NDP says students, parents and teachers need longer-term direction

NDP Education critic Marit Stiles says families need to see a concrete plan for students that assumes kids can’t return to class in the near future.  More
March 30, 2020

COVID-19 Update - March 30

Over the weekend, the provincial government issued new emergency orders to prohibit gatherings of more than five people in order to further restrict the spread of COVID-19.  More