Motions émanant des députés

Une motion est une proposition faite par un(e) député(e) qui nécessite une décision de la Chambre. La Chambre peut discuter de la motion avant de prendre une décision. La Chambre peut adopter la motion, rejeter la motion, ou souhaiter la modifier.

Vous trouverez ici la version la plus récente des motions proposées par des députés de l’opposition ou des députés de l'arrière-ban au cours de la session parlementaire actuelle, ainsi que leurs étapes et le résultat final.

 

Motion 23 Mme Karpoche (Parkdale—High Park)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should conduct a comprehensive review of maternal mental health in Ontario and prepare a Provincial Framework and Action Plan on the issue.

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Motion 22 M. Gates (Niagara Falls)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should follow the lead of eight other Canadian provinces and ensure PSA testing is an eligible procedure under OHIP for individuals referred by their healthcare provider.

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Motion 21 M. Schreiner (Guelph)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately halt plans to open up the Greenbelt for development, permanently protect prime farmland, and commit to building at least 1.5 million homes within existing urban boundaries.

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Motion 20 M. Glover (Spadina—Fort York)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should protect migratory birds and Ontario's biodiversity by incorporating the 2019 Canadian Standards Association Bird-Friendly Design standard into the Ontario Building Code for all new construction and major retrofits in the province. 

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Motion 19 Mme Triantafilopoulos (Oakville-Nord—Burlington)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should consult with the public and its partners in the family court system to promote and ensure the availability of continuing education seminars for professionals in Ontario’s family court system, such as judges, justices of the peace, crown attorneys, custody assessors, and social workers, on matters related to intimate partner violence and coercive control in intimate partner and family relationships.

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Motion 18 MPP West (Sudbury)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario should provide an official statement of apology to the McIntyre Powder Project miners for their subjugation to the inhalation of finely ground aluminum dust known as "McIntyre Powder" and for the immediate and long-term health effects these miners suffered as a result.

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Motion 17 Mme Pasma (Ottawa-Ouest—Nepean)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should create a Long COVID Strategy that includes: creation of a Task Force; financial support for therapies and treatments; development of clinics that provide a single treatment window for patients; expansion of Ontario Disability Support Program and Workplace Safety and Insurance Board protocols; an awareness campaign for employers; and collection of data.

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Motion 16 M. Holland (Thunder Bay—Atikokan)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should implement a 12-hour bare pavement standard during the Winter season on Highways 11 and 17, the new Ontario TransCanada Highway designation.

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion16 novembre 2022Kevin Hollandpropose-
motion16 novembre 2022-débattue-
motion16 novembre 2022-voteadoptée
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Motion 15 M. Dowie (Windsor—Tecumseh)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should consider integrating the Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve with adjacent lands under the management of Parks Canada to facilitate the creation of Ojibway National Urban Park as part of an overall strategy to protect local endangered species and natural heritage areas, aid flood mitigation efforts, create publicly accessible greenspace and further encourage ecotourism in Windsor-Essex.

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Motion 14 M. Fraser (Ottawa-Sud)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should amend the Public Hospitals Act, 1990 to limit the maximum amount any Alternative Level of Care patient awaiting placement in a long-term care home can be charged to be equal to the co-pay in Ontario's long-term care homes. 

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Motion 13 Mme Andrew (Toronto—St. Paul's)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should amend the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (RTA) to offer better support to tenants who are being temporarily evicted due to renovations ("renovictions") and redevelopments ("demovictions") by requiring developers to: assist with moving logistics and costs; and either pay the difference in rent for a similar unit in the same neighbourhood or provide a housing option deemed acceptable by the tenant.

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Motion 12 Mme Andrew (Toronto—St. Paul's)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should amend the Hairstyling Program Standard to mandate culturally-responsive training specific to Black and textured hair, and embed this within the Guidelines for the Film and Television Industry with specific timelines for its full implementation, to promote health and safety in Ontario's film, television and theatre sectors for all performers, create Ontario jobs and build capacity in the province.

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Motion 11 Mme Andrew (Toronto—St. Paul's)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately implement a "Little Jamaica" Small Business and Community Economic Health and Wellness Strategy which would include needs-based financial compensation for Eglinton West and Midtown businesses impacted by COVID-19, flooding and LRT construction; mandated transparent and timely communications between Metrolinx, the Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, Ministry of Red Tape Reduction and "Little Jamaica" small business and local community members; commercial and residential rent relief with a moratorium on evictions for the duration of the pandemic; heritage designation of Little Jamaica accompanied by an arts and culture plan; and the construction of real affordable housing in the community, prioritizing inclusionary zoning in all new builds.

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Motion 10 Mme Andrew (Toronto—St. Paul's)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should apply an intersectional gender-­plus equity lens within the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development and to any legislation brought forward by this Ministry as part of efforts to aid in the economic "she-covery" and recognize the disproportionate economic impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on women and non-binary-­identifying people of Ontario, particularly those of racialized, Indigenous, LGBTQIA2S+, disability, and other marginalized communities.

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Motion 9 Mme Andrew (Toronto—St. Paul's)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should address the significant labour shortages in hospitals and other critical public infrastructure via a strategy that includes the immediate repeal of the Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, 2019 (formerly known as Bill 124); increases frontline worker salaries in keeping with the rising cost of living; provides 10 employer-paid sick days and 14 paid sick days during a declared health emergency; and reflects the realities faced by all workers, including women-identifying workers and other historically marginalized workers.

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Motion 8 Mme Khanjin (Barrie—Innisfil)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should continue to build and expand hospitals across the province increasing health care services, providing essential care and creating more jobs in the health care sector as part of its plan to build a stronger, more resilient health care system.

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion3 novembre 2022-propose-
motion3 novembre 2022-question soit mise aux voixVote différé
motion14 novembre 2022-voteadoptée au vote
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Motion 7 Mme Bell (University—Rosedale)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario should work with public health units to establish a provincial maximum temperature for rental units to ensure rental units are safe, and a tenants' right to a reasonable enjoyment of their unit is maintained.

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Motion 6 Mme Barnes (Ajax)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should continue to build on the progress that they've made working with the College of Nurses of Ontario and Ontario Health to expand the supervised practice experience partnership program, and to reduce the financial barriers that may be stopping some internationally educated nurses from receiving accreditation, and the number of Internationally Educated Nurses accredited annually should be posted.

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion1 novembre 2022-propose-
motion1 novembre 2022-débattue-
motion1 novembre 2022-voteadoptée
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Motion 5 M. Bouma (Brantford—Brant)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs should continue to develop agricultural policy with an emphasis on food security and consideration of the entire agri­-food supply chain and advocate to the federal government to adopt similar policies related to agriculture and food processing, in the spirit of ensuring Ontario farmers remain productive and competitive.

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion26 octobre 2022Will Boumapropose-
motion26 octobre 2022-débattue-
motion26 octobre 2022-voteadoptée
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Motion 4 Mme Shaw (Hamilton-Ouest—Ancaster—Dundas)

That, in the opinion of this House, every Ontarian should have access to ambulance and paramedic emergency services, and the Government of Ontario should ensure the necessary funding to end the periods of time when ambulances are unavailable to respond to an emergency call, known as "code red" or "code black". 

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion27 octobre 2022Sandy Shawpropose-
motion27 octobre 2022-débattue-
motion27 octobre 2022-voteadoptée
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Motion 3 M. Schreiner (Guelph)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should immediately address the climate and housing crises by freezing urban boundaries, updating provincial planning laws to increase density along transit corridors and the building of missing middle housing, and allowing fourplexes in neighbourhoods as of right.

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Motion 2 M. McGregor (Brampton-Nord)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should continue its work to build Highway 413, as it is a critical piece of key public infrastructure that will save drivers up to five hours a week by alleviating traffic in the most heavily-congested corridor in North America, and will support up to 3,500 jobs and generate up to $350 million annually in gross domestic product.

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion6 septembre 2022Graham McGregorpropose-
motion6 septembre 2022-débattue-
motion6 septembre 2022-question soit mise aux voixVote différé
motion7 septembre 2022-voteadoptée au vote
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Motion 1 Mme Gretzky (Windsor-Ouest)

That, in the opinion of this House, the Government of Ontario should transfer ownership of the Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve to Parks Canada to facilitate creation of Ojibway National Urban Park as part of an overall strategy to protect local endangered species and natural heritage areas, aid flood mitigation efforts, create publicly accessible greenspace and further encourage ecotourism in Windsor-Essex.

TypeDateDéputéActivitéRésultat
motion25 octobre 2022Lisa Gretzkypropose-
motion25 octobre 2022-débattue-
motion25 octobre 2022-question soit mise aux voixVote différé
motion26 octobre 2022-voterejetée au vote
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