Onsite education programs are currently suspended. Learn more about virtual program options.
Students will participate in a series of engaging activities that relate to active and informed citizenship. This program includes a visit to the Legislative Chamber, a tour of the Legislative Building, and a participatory activity designed to support the civics curriculum (see options below). When the House is in session, students will also have an opportunity to observe a legislative debate from the public gallery.
Advanced registration required.
Visitors (16 years of age +) must show a piece of government-issued photo identification to enter.
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Note: Due to parliamentary events, program times and activities are subject to change without notice.
- The role of a Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP), with reference to the political processes, and the electoral process
- The roles of the key figures in Ontario's Legislature and government
- The difference between government and parliament
- The rights and responsibilities of an active citizen in a democratic society