Standing up for Spadina–Fort York
Chris Glover has served as the MPP of Spadina-Fort York for the past four years. As a former professor, TDSB Trustee and member of the Toronto Board of Health, Chris has fought for fair funding for our schools, and helped the City adopt a public health approach to reducing gun violence.
In our community, Chris was a teacher at Ryerson PS and Central Tech, coached kid's soccer and hockey and served on the Dufferin Grove Residents Association.
As the MPP, Chris' updates have become a trusted source of community news through the pandemic. Over the past two years, Chris helped start a food program that now feeds 1500 people per week, helped 5,000 Spadina-Fort York residents register for vaccines and delivered toys to 500 children during the holiday season.
Chris has been fighting for affordable housing, an end to homelessness, supports for small businesses and workers, and a just transition to a green economy. He's brought forward legislation to build 100,000 affordable and supportive housing units; to convert OSAP loans to grants and eliminate interest on student debt; to mandate bird-friendly design to protect Ontario's biosecurity; and so much more. Finally, on a fun note - Chris served as the Easter Bunny in this year's Cityplace Easter Scramble!
- Create housing everyone can afford
- Build the schools and childcare spaces we need
- Expand OHIP to cover mental health, dental and pharma care
- Create good jobs and provide fairness for workers
- Finally, implement a just transition to a green economy