Ontario MPP’s Supporting Ombudsman Oversight

Queens Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Queens Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

Below is a list of MPP’s who have confirmed with us they’re supporting our calls for accountability of Ontario’s Long-Term Care Homes (LTC), Hospitals, Children’s Aid Societies (CAS), School Boards, Universities, Police and will vote to allow the Ombudsman to investigate these institutions.

If your MPP is not listed below,  they need to be contacted immediately.  If you are an MPP or you’ve spoken to your MPP, please contact us.

 

 

MPP’s who support expanding the Ombudsman mandate.

 

 

Mantha,   Michael  Algoma–Manitoulin NDP
Jackson, Rod Barrie PC
Prue,   Michael  Beaches–East York NDP
Singh,   Jagmeet  Bramalea–Gore–Malton NDP
Walker, Bill Bruce–Grey–Owen Sound PC
McKenna, Jane Burlington PC
MacLaren,   Jack  Carleton–Mississippi Mills PC
Leone, Rob Cambridge PC
Nicholls, Rick Chatham–Kent–Essex PC
Schein,   Jonah  Davenport NDP
Jones, Sylvia Dufferin–Caledon PC
O’Toole, John Durham PC
Yurek, Jeff Elgin–Middlesex–London PC
Natyshak,   Taras  Essex NDP
Cansfield, Donna H. Etobicoke Centre Liberal
Doug Holyday Etobicoke-Lakeshore PC
Barrett, Toby Haldimand–Norfolk PC
Scott, Laurie Haliburton–Kawartha Lakes–Brock PC
Chudleigh, Ted Halton PC
Horwath,   Andrea  Hamilton Centre NDP
Miller,   Paul  Hamilton East–Stoney Creek NDP
Taylor,   Monique  Hamilton Mountain NDP
Thompson, Lisa M. Huron–Bruce PC
Campbell,   Sarah  Kenora–Rainy River NDP
Harris,   Michael  Kitchener–Conestoga PC
Fief, Catherine Kitchener-Waterloo NDP
McNaughton, Monte Lambton–Kent–Middlesex PC
Hillier, Randy Lanark–Frontenac–Lennox and Addington PC
Armstrong, Teresa J. London–Fanshawe NDP
Sattler, Peggy  London–West NDP
MacLeod, Lisa Nepean–Carleton PC
Klees,   Frank  Newmarket–Aurora PC
Gates, Wayne Niagara NDP
Hudak, Tim Niagara West–Glanbrook PC
Gélinas,   France  Nickel Belt NDP
Fedeli, Victor Nipissing PC
Milligan,   Rob E.  Northumberland–Quinte West PC
Clark, Steve Leeds–Grenville PC
Ouellette, Jerry J. Oshawa PC
Hardeman, Ernie Oxford PC
DiNovo,   Cheri  Parkdale–High Park NDP
Miller,   Norm  Parry Sound–Muskoka PC
Pettapiece, Randy Perth–Wellington PC
Smith, Todd Prince Edward–Hastings PC
Yakabuski, John Renfrew–Nipissing–Pembroke PC
Bailey, Robert Sarnia–Lambton PC
Dunlop, Garfield Simcoe North PC
Wilson, Jim Simcoe–Grey PC
McDonell, Jim Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry PC
Vanthof,   John  Timiskaming–Cochrane NDP
Bisson,   Gilles  Timmins–James Bay NDP
Martow, Gila Thornhill NDP
Tabuns,   Peter  Toronto–Danforth NDP
Marchese,   Rosario  Trinity–Spadina NDP
Arnott, Ted Wellington–Halton Hills PC
Elliott, Christine Whitby–Oshawa PC
Forster,   Cindy  Welland NDP
Hatfield, Percy Windsor-Tecumseh NDP
Munro, Julia York–Simcoe PC

 


MPP’s Preventing Ombudsman Oversight


  • Helmi Charif

    we definitely support ombudsman oversight to make sure that our tax money is spent in the right place and to stop the dictatorship actions from people in charge and limit their power and the most important to question those in charge about their sudden wealth where did they get the money from?

  • Patricia Allen

    The need for the ombudsman oversight is serious when it comes to the CAS Their total ability to bend or break rules has put many children in homes that rightfully belong back with parents.The overload and lack of enough workers allows family courts to be bogged down with friveless suits for custody!

  • Arnold Kilby

    We need the Ombudsman to look into Hospitals and other associated institutions.

    It is quite apparent that along with HPARB, the DIOC is a waste of taxpayers’ money.

    The Chief Coroner’s Office and the DIOC state finding blame is not their
    role. However, speaking the truth should be. They don’t want to state
    the obvious as they don’t want to provide the complainant with any
    information that would assist the complainant in any type of lawsuit. If it was a police investigation they would provide a thorough investigation including all facts. Should not a private Ontario citizen settle for less?

    Nothing will change behind the scenes until it is brought out into the open.

    Example. The DIOC dealing with my complaint against the Chief Coroner.

    “It is also not in the Complaints Committee’s mandate to access medical
    conclusions or opinions drawn with respect to cause and manner of
    death.”

    WHY ELSE WOULD ONE HAVE A COMPLAINT AGAINST THE CHIEF
    CORONER’S OFFICE WHO DOES THE DEATH INVESTIGATION BASED UPON MEDICAL EVIDENCED?

    “The Complaints Committee observed that your complaint concerns standards of care issues. It is outside the Complaints Committee’s authority to review complaints about surgeons or doctors not involved in the death investigation.”

    http://anangelinourlives-awk.blogspot.ca/
    BUT I’M SURE THE CHIEF CORONER’S OFFICE CONTACTED THE HOSPITAL AND THE SURGEON TO QUESTIONED THEM; SO THEIR INPUT DOES ENTER INTO THE DEATH INVESTIGATION. AND IN NUMEROUS LETTERS,
    THIS OFFICE STATES THEY SAW NO ISSUES WITH THE STANDARD OF CARE– SO, WHY DO THEY COMMENT ON THIS??? —this implies that there were issues they didn’t want to address!

    They made several recommendations. But, they all deal basically with
    improving the dialogue between the Chief Coroner’s Office and the family
    of the deceased. None of the recommendations deal with the inept death
    investigation which was far from thorough. They merely wanted to
    protect the surgeon. Unfortunately, more deaths occurred at the same
    hospital under the same surgeon’s care! And the DIOC merely want to protect the Chief Coroner’s Office of Ontario.

    The Minister of Health and the Minister of Corrections and the Premier won’t look into the above matter SO WE NEED AN OMBUDSMAN WHO WILL.
    http://anangelinourlivesawk.blogspot.ca/