The Legislature works best when you get involved

Learn how you can get involved with the legislative process, stay informed, participate in committees, or start a petition




Get in touch

Modes of contact-- mail, fax, email, phone

Some members have more than one office you can contact. They may have a constituency office in their riding, an office at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in Toronto, or a ministry office in Toronto.

During an election, you can contact constituency offices and ministry offices

Find out which office to contact

Three ways to watch the Legislature

in person

Watch the House live from the public galleries. Galleries are equipped with closed-captioning. Wheelchair-accessible seats are available.

on TV

Check your local cable listing for the ONT.PARL channel and schedule. Closed captioning is available.


Watch live video of House proceedings and some committee meetings. Question period and members’ statements archives are posted daily. Open captioning is available.

There are currently no planned meetings of the Legislature because the 41st Parliament has been dissolved. Find out how you can watch the Legislature when the new Parliament begins.

Get involved in committees

You can take part in the committee process by:

  • appearing as a presenter
  • submitting material
  • attending hearings

Participate in committees


We, the undersigned, petition the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as follows...

Petitions ask the Legislature to act on or change its position on an issue.

Learn more about petitions

Booking the Legislative Assembly grounds

You can book the grounds of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario for permitted activities. To ensure the safety of the public, please review our guidelines for using the grounds and submit an application.

Read the guidelines for booking the grounds

Legislative grounds