About the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is made up of members of provincial Parliament (MPPs) who are elected by Ontarians to represent them and their constituencies. The Legislative Assembly’s main responsibilities are to debate and pass legislation, to hold the government to account, and to approve government spending. The Legislative Assembly meets in the Legislative Building located in Queen’s Park in Toronto.
About the Office of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
The Office of the Legislative Assembly provides administration and operational support to the Legislative Assembly. Employees of the Office of the Legislative Assembly offer non-partisan support and service to MPPs. The Office of the Legislative Assembly is made up of several branches. You can find contact information for the office’s branches on the Offices, divisions, and branches page.