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NDP targeting health care, housing and cost of living in upcoming session

Stiles vowed to work with all parties to pass legislation despite labeling the Ford government as "openly corrupt."

Published Feb 8, 2024 at 9:14pm

Barbara Patrocinio
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Barbara Patrocinio
NDP targeting health care, housing and cost of living in upcoming session
NDP leader Marit Stiles outlines plans to focus on healthcare, housing, and cost of living as the provincial legislature prepares to reconvene. (Barbara Patrocinio / QP Briefing)

With the Ontario legislature set to resume on Feb. 20, NDP Leader Marit Stiles says she will spend the first legislative session of the year focusing on health care, housing and the rising cost of living.

Talking to reporters after a caucus meeting at Queen’s Park on Thursday, Stiles outlined her party’s priorities for the coming session, while slamming the Ford government for failing to address the needs of Ontarians.

“After five years under Doug Ford, people are feeling the pain of the Conservatives’ failures on housing, health care and cost of living,” she said.

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