Question Period Session & Tour
Recommended for Grades 4-8 Program length: 60 minutes
Maximum number of students per program: 35 (up to 3 programs at the same time may be booked, depending on availability). A minimum of 2 supervisors per class is required.
This program, offered only when the Legislature is in session, gives students an opportunity to experience Ontario's Parliament in action! During this program, students will take a brief tour, observe a parliamentary session during Question Period followed by an interactive discussion about their experience in the Legislature. Note: electronic devices are not permitted in the Chamber during the session.
What is Question Period or Oral Questions?
Question Period is a specific time allotted every morning in the daily schedule of the meetings of the Legislature. It is an opportunity for MPPs to ask the Premier and Cabinet Ministers questions about government policy and current issues.
- Watch Question Period online at www.ola.org or on television if available (check local cable listings).
- Discuss current issues facing the Ontario government – collect newspaper clippings or read online news reports. Can you predict which topics might come up during Question Period?
Monday to Thursday: 10:00 am or 11:00 am. *To see when the Legislature is in session, check the Parliamentary Calendar.
Advance registration is required. To request a school program, please submit a Request Form, and someone will contact you within 1-2 business days. For more information, call 416-325-0061 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Due to parliamentary events, program dates, times and activities are subject to change.