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Andrea Horwath and the Ontario NDP are fighting for a fairer, more just, and more equal Ontario. We understand that the people of our province deserve better, and we are working every day toward progressive change. Take action today on the issues that matter, and be a part of creating an Ontario that works for all Ontarians.

Pay Less. Own More: Our Plan to Cut Hydro Prices

Kathleen Wynne’s sell-off Hydro One has driven up hydro bills across Ontario and her pre-election scheme to lower rates will end up costing billions more while rates continue to climb. Add your name to support Andrea Horwath's plan to lower rates by up to 30%, end time-of-use pricing and restore public ownership of Hydro One.

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Pharmacare for Everyone

Over 2 million Ontarians have no prescription drug coverage at all. One in four Ontarians don't take their medications as prescribed because they can't afford them, and too many end up in hospitals and emergency rooms as a result.

It's time to do something about it.

Add your name to support Andrea Horwath’s plan to introduce Ontario’s first universal Pharmacare program.

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Better Seniors Care

Too many seniors are left behind on years-long waitlists, or find themselves with inadequate care thanks to decades of cuts.

Our parents and grandparents deserve care that protects their safety, health and their dignity. Join the call for a public inquiry into long-term care.

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End Hallway Health care

Ontarians are paying the price for Kathleen Wynne’s hospital cuts with long wait times and overcrowding. And Patrick Brown? He stood with Mike Harris while he fired 6,000 nurses, closed 28 hospitals and scrapped more than 7,000 beds.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Andrea Horwath has a plan to stop the cuts, and we can count on her to make hospitals a priority again.

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Fix Ontario's Labour Laws

Jobs don’t last a lifetime like they used to, and many workers don’t have even basic benefits. It’s time to make life easier for all workers.

Join our call for meaningful changes to Ontario's labour laws including five paid sick or emergency leave days each year, an extra week of vacation time and an end to the exemptions that keep servers and students from getting the minimum wage.

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