Oshawa's Strong Voice in Parliament


In recent days, leaders and public health officials in several Canadian jurisdictions have announced plans to ease, relax or entirely lift many COVID-related restrictions (i.e.: mask mandates, QR codes/vaccine passports, capacity restrictions in restaurants, schools, recreation facilities, etc.).

Though provinces such as Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan and Québec are taking different approaches to moving forward and living with COVID, what's your view?

Is it now time for Ontario, Durham Region and Oshawa to follow suit in those areas within each level of government's jurisdiction? Or should we be taking a more cautious approach?

There's also another important consideration: Should privately-owned businesses be permitted to maintain certain restrictions such as vaccine passport or masking requirements for their patrons?

I know your time is valuable and I'm grateful for your participation. Your feedback ensures that I'm representing Oshawa's constituents in your Parliament.

P.S.: A reminder that response from outside the Oshawa riding (the portion of our city lying south of Taunton Rd) are welcome but may not receive a reply owing to time and the large number of respondents.

We're a small office and, as you'll appreciate, we must prioritize communications with constituents in the Oshawa federal riding. Rest assured, however, that I read each and every survey response, including your comments.