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Ontario 2022 Municipal Climate Action Pledge

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Ontario June 2022 Election Candidates Contact Lists

Contact information for all party candidates as currently available is found here

Please use to direct your communications for OCEC Toolkits

(Updates will be posted as they become available)

Wikipedia list of Candidates of the 2022 Ontario General Election is found here

Candidate lists by Party in alphabetical order:

Green Party of Ontario

Liberal Party of Ontario

New Democratic Party (NDP) of Ontario

Progressive Conservatives of Ontario

Responses to the OCEC Provincial Action Plan

These are the summarized responses in Table form of the main political parties in Ontario (listed in alphabetical order) when asked to comment on their support for the OCEC Climate Action Plan. Links to each Party policy platform where publicly available are found at the bottom of the Table.

These are the full text responses of the main political parties in Ontario (listed in alphabetical order) when asked to comment on their support for the OCEC Climate Action Plan.

Green Party of Ontario
Liberal Party of Ontario
New Democratic Party of Ontario
Progressive Conservatives of Ontario

Self-Print Flyers & Handouts

Click & create your choice of flyer to distribute at events & venues! 

Formatted to print 2 sided on your home printer to produce 2 flyers per standard 8.5 x 11" sheet of paper:

General OCEC Flyer

Health Themed OCEC Flyer

Formatted to print 1 sided on your home printer to produce 4 flyers per standard 8.5 x 11" sheet of paper:

Action Letter Flyer with QR code

Tropical Leaves

Environment and Health

Impacts & Adaptation in Ontario: Human Health

An overview by the Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources on the risks of climate change on human health in Ontario, broken down into Air Quality, Food and Water Quality, Vector-Borne Disease, and Natural Hazards.

Ontario Climate Change and Health Modelling Study

A study conducted by the Ministry of the Environment & Climate Change and the University of Toronto Climate Lab to assess the potential impacts of climate change on human health and forecast key health risks across Ontario.