Ontario Liberal Leader Responds to Indigenous Curriculum Changes

TORONTO – Ontario Liberal Leader, Steven Del Duca issued the following statement:

“I am relieved to see Doug Ford restore some of the Indigenous curriculum to our schools. We all have a shared duty to advance reconciliation efforts, and the curriculum changes should not have been canceled when Ford took office in 2018.

Indigenous reconciliation requires real action, and Ontario should be doing so much more. We need to expand the curriculum further, so children learn about Indigenous culture and the historical realities of this nation. We need a standalone Minister of Indigenous Reconciliation to work on implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations. And we need to make September 30th – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – a statutory holiday in Ontario.

I’m urging Doug Ford to do the right thing and put a real effort into advancing Indigenous reconciliation in Ontario. Not only as we prepare to observe National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, but every other day too.”


Ford Moves to Subvert our Democracy with Bill 39: MPP Blais

QUEEN’S PARK – Stephen Blais, MPP for Orléans and Ontario Liberal Critic for Municipal Affairs and Housing, has released the…

Read More

There is Still Time to Reach a Fair Deal: MPP Hunter

QUEEN’S PARK – Mitzie Hunter, MPP for Scarborough–Guildwood and Ontario Liberal Education Critic, has released the following statement in response…

Read More

Doug Ford Must Present a Real Plan to Keep our Children Safe

QUEEN’S PARK – Ontario Liberals are calling on Doug Ford and Sylvia Jones to present a real plan to keep…

Read More