Here for Newmarket—Aurora
- Denis is an epidemiologist who has worked on the frontlines of local public health during the pandemic.
- He is a member of the Town of Aurora's 2018-2022 Community Advisory Committee.
- A proud, regular donor to Canadian Blood Services, Denis will reach his 200th donation in April 2022.
- Denis, his wife, and their two children reside in Aurora Grove.
Horwath promises new 40-bed detox centre in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY – If elected, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will build and fund the operation of a 40-bed detox centre in Thunder Bay to tackle the long-standing and growing crisis of toxic drug supply and overdose deaths in Thunder Bay.
“Too many parents have had to bury their child because of a toxic overdose...
Horwath will hire the nurses Sault Ste. Marie needs, and stop the cuts so people get care faster
SAULT STE. MARIE – NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will fill the 15 nursing vacancies at the Sault Area Hospital and train and hire hundreds more nurses, doctors and health care staff in the North so health care is there when people need it.
“You deserve health care when and where you need it — and we need more...
Facebook must remove false Conservative attack ads: NDP
The NDP has written to Facebook to request the removal of new Conservative attack ads which are riddled with misinformation. The Conservatives launched the new ads on May...
Conservative candidate involved in $100,000 price hikes on home buyers
In November 2021, when asked about developers who raise prices at the last minute, Doug Ford said, “Nothing burns me up more than that — some developer just trying to make extra money off the backs of hard-working people. Unacceptable …. you signed a contract. You better … build that damn...
NDP has raised $5.9 million so far
Since May 4, the NDP contacted 636,000 voters and put up nearly 66,000 lawn signs
TORONTO — So far in 2022, the Ontario NDP has raised a whopping $5.9 million.
Lifted by momentum heading into the final week of the campaign, the NDP continues to raise record amounts of money, and roll out inspiring ads...
Horwath will scrap Bill 124, stop the cuts and respect essential workers
SCARBOROUGH – NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will restore the respect that essential workers were denied under four years of Doug Ford’s government, starting with scrapping Ford’s low-wage policy, Bill 124.
On Friday, Horwath and NDP candidates hosted an appreciation brunch for frontline workers in Scarborough...
Ross Romano expense claim for Sudbury residence
Yesterday Conservative candidate Ross Romano claimed, “I have never lived a day of my life in Sudbury.”
In June 2020, Romano expensed "Travel between Queen's Park & Residence" and listed...
McCleave-Kennedy demands Romano return $5,100 of local donor money he used for Toronto parking space
SAULT STE. MARIE - Michele McCleave-Kennedy responded to Ross Romano’s refusal to acknowledge that taking more than $5,000 in Sault riding association money to pay for his Toronto parking spot is wrong. Romano told SooToday that he needs that parking space to do his job.
“Mr. Romano needs to acknowledge...
Horwath’s NDP will end hallway medicine in Ontario
BRAMPTON and KITCHENER – NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will end hallway medicine in Ontario by stopping the cuts, and investing to train and hire staff, fix home care, deliver universal mental health care, build hospitals and more.
“When your mom is in the hospital, you want her to have privacy and a nurse call...
Liberals added 35,000 seniors to waitlist while building just 611 LTC beds
The last time the Liberals were in government, they put 35,000 more seniors on the waitlist for long-term care while adding just 611 beds, according to the Financial Accountability...
Andrea Horwath enters final week of campaign with record volunteers and new ads
New ad shows Horwath rallying supporters as volunteer crew surpasses 20,000 mark
TORONTO — More than 20,000 volunteers have joined NDP campaigns all over Ontario, and the party has launched a new energetic ad showing NDP Leader Andrea Horwath rallying a large crowd and calling for Ontarians to come together...
Statement on more than $125,000 in Conservative MPP Allowances
Regarding the more than $125,000 in MPP allowances pocketed by eight Conservative MPPs, the NDP released the following statement:
“Conservatives: Pay. It. Back.”
The eight Conservative MPP allowances:
Lisa McLeod -...