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.
Save our Healthcare
We need to stand up for health care now. A strong and healthy province needs well-funded hospitals and primary care, not putting money in the pockets of private interests.
Protect Public Education
Add your name to oppose Ford cutting 10,000 teacher and educator jobs.
Save Overdose Prevention Sites
Shutting down six overdose prevention sites during a worsening opioid crisis puts lives at stake.
Uphold Indigenous Rights
Adopt and Implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in Ontario.
Ontario needs a comprehensive autism strategy
Ford is giving every child with autism less funding for support services, and funding will rely on their age and family income rather than clinical needs.
Stop Ford's Transit Takeover
Doug Ford wants to derail transit plans people have been waiting for, and start some of them again from scratch.
Stand Against Islamophobia
Add your name to call for a Provincial Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia.
Put the brakes on Ford's Gravy Train
He’s making sure his friends get more from government while people get less, when it should be the other way around.
We need more housing, not more evictions
Doug Ford is making it easier to evict tenants, helping his wealthy landlord and developer friends make more money.
Protect Student Unions
Ford is executing another one of his revenge plots against some of his fiercest critics - student unions.
Save classrooms from cuts
Ford has already cut $25 million from school programs and another $100 million from planned school repairs.
Stop cuts that hurt kids
Ford is taking $1 billion from the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.
Support Cat Lake
The Cat Lake community has been raising concerns about the state of housing and the harm to residents’ health since 2006. Thirteen years later and nothing has been done.
Ban Single Use Plastics
Demand that the government develop consumption reduction targets and move towards a complete ban on consumer single-use plastics by 2024.