“Voters in Kenora-Rainy River decided on election day to ask me to help deliver the change they want to see in Ontario, and I’m ready to take on that challenge,” vowed Sarah Campbell, the NDP’s new MPP for Kenora-Rainy River.
“I’ve spent this election campaign focused on the issues that matter to everyday people in this riding,” she noted.
“Now’s the time to start taking those issues to Queen’s Park, and to stand up for the interests of northerners at the legislature.
Yesterday, Campbell joined the newly-elected team of 17 NDP MPPs at Queen’s Park to begin to bring the change the people of Kenora-Rainy River voted for on Oct. 6.
The NDP caucus held an all-day team meeting—with jobs, affordability, and health care at the top of the agenda—as the new MPPs prepare for a minority Liberal government at Queen’s Park.
“As the new MPP for Kenora-Rainy River, I will be strong voice for the families in my riding, fighting for new jobs, better health care for northern communities, and making everyday life more affordable,” Campbell pledged.
“I’m looking forward to working with New Democrats and all MPPs at Queen’s Park to deliver the change the people voted for,” she added.