Written questions list

This page lists questions published in the Orders and Notices paper. It also lists the dates responses were provided. The government must file a response within 24 sessional days of the tabling of the question. The response is delivered to the Clerk of the House and to the MPP who tabled the question.

For more information, please call House Publications and Language Services at 416-325-7400.

Question 11: Ms. Pasma (Ottawa West—Nepean) on

Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services please indicate how many individuals are enrolled in the Ontario Disability Support Program for the most recent month for which data is available, broken down by i) gender; ii) age decile; iii) whether or not the recipient is Indigenous; and iv) whether or not the recipient is racialized.

Question 10: Ms. Pasma (Ottawa West—Nepean) on

Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services please indicate how many individuals are enrolled in Ontario Works for the most recent month for which data is available, broken down by i) gender; ii) age decile; iii) whether or not the recipient is Indigenous; and iv) whether or not the recipient is racialized.

Question 9: Ms. Pasma (Ottawa West—Nepean) on

Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services please indicate how many Ontario Works recipients are currently receiving benefits and have been receiving benefits for a) six months or less; b) six months to one year; c) 13 months to 24 months; d) 25 months to 60 months; e) 61 months to 120 months; f) 121 months to 180 months; g) 181 months to 240 months; and h) 241 months or more.

Question 8: Ms. Stiles (Davenport) on

Would the Minister of Education provide the total cost of advertising for the "Plan to Catch Up," broken down by type of advertising: a) television b) radio c) digital d) print, between June 1, 2022 and September 1, 2022.

Question 7: Ms. Pasma (Ottawa West—Nepean) on

Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services please indicate how many individuals enrolled in the Ontario Disability Support Program died between March 2020 and the present.

Question 6: Ms. Pasma (Ottawa West—Nepean) on

Would the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services please indicate how many Canadian Forces veterans are receiving Ontario Works.

Question 5: Mr. Mantha (Algoma—Manitoulin) on

Would the Minister of Transportation please explain why the MTO does not have a LED Street Light Upgrade initiative for the highways across Ontario.

Question 4: Gélinas (Nickel Belt) on

Would the Minister of Health please indicate when Ontario will have a working and accessible registry of Automatic External Defibrillators as per the Defibrillator Registration and Public Access Act, 2019.

Question 3: Gélinas (Nickel Belt) on

Would the Minister of Health please advise what they can do to improve access to Life Labs services to the people of Sudbury and Nickel Belt. 

Question 2: Gélinas (Nickel Belt) on

Would the Minister of Health please specify the cost to Ontario to fund Take Home Cancer Drugs (TCHDs), for all formulary-listed cancer drugs, for all Ontarians during 2020-2021 including how it is broken down into different reimbursement models based on patient age, socio-economic status, and type of cancer. 

Question 1: Ms. French (Oshawa) on

Would the Minister of Health please provide, for the period from November 2014 to the present, the following data relating to simultaneous dispatch for each of Barrie, Guelph, Kitchener/Cambridge, Mississauga, and Brampton: the number of calls in which fire and EMS were dispatched together; the percentage of calls in which fire was the first on scene; the percentage that EMS was the first on scene; the percentage for which fire and EMS arrived together; and the average response time (from 9-1-1 call receipt to arrival "on scene").