The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area’s (GTHA) transportation system has been consistently underfunded for decades, and the resulting congestion—already the worst in North America—has reached a crisis point. It’s affecting our quality of life and our collective economic, social, and environmental prosperity. If left unchanged, it will jeopardize the potential of our city region and our quality of life.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. It can be so much better.

The regional transportation agency Metrolinx has an approved 25-year called The Big Move plan that connect the GTHA like never before. This regional transportation plan is one of the largest infrastructure and service improvement plans in North America, and will dramatically improve how we move people and goods on roads, transit, bike lanes and sidewalks throughout the region. The plan will deliver a seamless, integrated transportation grid across municipal boundaries from Hamilton to Newmarket to Oshawa and across the core of Toronto.

However, the total price tag for capital projects is $50 billion over 25 years ($2 billion a year), and only $16 billion has been committed. Given the shortfalls governments are facing, we need to be open to sustainable ways to raise funds that are dedicated to making this plan happen.

There is a role for everyone in our quest to solve the transportation crisis. Leaders and residents across the region need to join the conversation, and be a part of the solution.

You can make a difference, right now:

  1. Pledge your support for new funding sources that are dedicated, efficient, transparent & accountable, regional, fair, and sustainable (make text linkable to pledge)
  2. Challenge your elected officials to show their support too
  3. Share this campaign on Twitter or Facebook.

Facts & Figures

  • We have among the worst commute times on the continent. It takes a GTHA resident an average of 82 minutes/day to commute from home to work. That’s worse than 18 other major international cities, including Los Angeles.
  • The GTHA has become a world leader in forcing residents to waste the maximum amount of time in their vehicle, whether at work or play.
  • Investment in transit and transportation infrastructure across the region has not kept up with the demands from rapid growth (Source: Data Management Group and Ministry of Transportation).
    • From 1986-2006, personal vehicle travel demand grew almost twice as fast as the increase in the supply of roads
    • During the same 20-year period, the demand in passenger-kilometres outgrew the supply of transit 2.5 times.
  • The situation will only get worse unless we do something about it. By 2031, there will be three million more people living in the GTHA along with an additional 1.5 million cars on the roads – a 50% increase in both.

The benefits of implementing the regional transportation plan:

  • 430,000 new jobs created
  • $21 billion in employment income
  • $29 billion gross domestic product
  • $15 billion new tax revenues
  • Increased choice for how people get around
  • Doubling the number people living within 2 km of rapid transit (from 42% to 81%)
  • Improved movement of goods
  • Improved air quality. Greenhouse gas emissions from passenger transportation will be reduced by nearly a third
  • Reduced congestion
  • Better health
  • Reduced stress and frustration
  • Better connected neighbourhoods
  • Enhancing the region’s attractiveness to investors and new employers
  • Improving people’s access to jobs
  • Greater ability for employers to attract and retain talent
  • Increased overall productivity

Read more about the benefits for our region:

Frequently asked questions

Why do we need to act now?
CivicAction has a vision of a regionally integrated transportation system that is efficient, accessible, affordable, and fully connected to play a vital role in driving our region’s economic, social, and environmental prosperity. The cost of congestion is $6 billion in lost productivity per year (Source: Toronto Board of Trade), and is expected to more than double over the next 15 years. As a region, we must act now to make this regional transportation vision a reality.
What’s so important about the number 32?
32 represents the number of minutes per day, on average, that you’ll save on your commute once The Big Move is fully realized – that’s eight days a year or about two years over the course of your life. It is the difference between the average commute time if The Big Move is funded and built over the next 25 years (77 minutes), and the commute time if no comprehensive system is in place over the same time (109 minutes; Source: Metrolinx).
Why CivicAction?
This vision is driven by the work we did leading up to and at CivicAction’s 2011 Greater Toronto Summit, attended by close to 1000 regional leaders.Our post-Summit report, Breaking Boundaries, Time to Think and Act Like a Region, called for broadening public awareness of the need to implement the approved regional transportation plan and driving support for an acceptable mix of sustainable sources to fund its implementation. It’s based on the conclusions of CivicAction’s 2010 report, Time to Get Serious: Reliable Funding for GTHA Transit and Transportation, prepared by Neal Irwin and Andrew Bevan.
What is Metrolinx and The Big Move?
Regional transportation agency Metrolinx was created by the province in 2006 to provide residents and businesses in the GTHA with a transportation system that is modern, efficient and integrated. In 2008, Metrolinx’s Board of Directors, with agreement from the region’s municipal councils, adopted The Big Move, a comprehensive 25-year regional transportation plan for the GTHA (click here for more details on the The Big Move). The Big Move sets out projects across the region for the next 25 years. Several projects are underway, including the construction of the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit Line, the Union Pearson Express, the Spadina subway extension, revitalizing Union Station, , and providing new buses for Hamilton, the Mississauga Transitway, and the Brampton Züm. Click here for a full list of projects currently under way.
How much will this plan cost and where will we get the money?
The total price for the capital projects is $50 billion over 25 years ($2 billion a year). About $16 billion worth of projects are currently funded and underway, with almost $34 billion in capital costs left to fund. That doesn’t even include the operation and maintenance. Metrolinx has delivered its investment strategy to the province and GTHA municipal governments with recommendations on how to raise the money to build out the plan. Now it’s up to governments to make the tough decisions on how to fund transportation expansion, and ultimately to act.
Why does our transportation strategy need to be regional?
People and goods travel to and from our region’s towns and cities every day, with 2.4 million trips crossing municipal boundaries daily. We’re competing for investment with other regions around the world, and it’s important that people and companies that come here are not spending their time sitting in traffic.

What other cities are doing

After years of congestion, long commutes, and under-funded transit systems, governments and residents in cities around the world have been making up for lost time. People have supported raising money in new ways to make major investments in transportation  in North American cities such as Vancouver, New York, and Los Angeles, and around the world in cities such as London, Copenhagen, and Delhi. The results have been obvious and tangible: new rapid transit lines, less congestion, greater choice, and a higher quality of life for all commuters. If they can do it, so can we.


Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance
Our Region, Our Move: Accelerating Investment in our Regional Transportation Network

Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance
Breaking Boundaries: Time to think and act as a region

Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance
Time to Get Serious: Reliable Funding for GTHA Transit and Transportation prepared by Neal Irwin and Andrew Bevan

Pembina Institute
Putting Transportation on Track in the GTHA

The Conference Board of Canada
Connecting Jobs and People: Exploring the Wider Benefits of Urban Transportation

Toronto Region Board of Trade
Reaching Top Speed

Statistics Canada
Commuting to work: Results of the 2010 General Social Survey

Science Daily
Public Transit Users Three Times More Likely To Meet Fitness Guidelines

Science Daily
Public Transit Systems Contribute to Weight loss and Improved Health

Transport Canada
The Links between Public Health and Sustainable and Active Transportation

Shapiro, Hassett, and Arnold
Conserving Energy and Preserving the Environment: The Role of Public Transportation

Toronto Public Health
Air Pollution Burden of Illness from Traffic in Toronto: Problems and Solutions

Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance
Moving Our Region: Funding Transportation for our Future

I pledge to get our region moving.

I live in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), where we have some of North America's worst commute times. But if we invest in a better regional network, we reduce congestion and improve our economy, our environment, our health, our neighbourhoods, and our quality of life.

That's why I pledge to support new ways to raise funds for a better transportation network in the GTHA – ways that are dedicated, efficient, transparent & accountable, regional, fair, and sustainable. Together we can build better infrastructure and, in turn, better communities.

I pledge to do my part to build this regional transportation network:

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Name Title Riding Party Pledged
Adam Vaughan MP Trinity-Spadina Yes
Alan Ho Councillor (Ward 6) Markham Yes
Alan Johnston Regional Councillor (Ward 1) Oakville Yes
Alan Shefman Councillor (Ward 5) Vaughan Yes
Alex Chiu Councillor (Ward 8) Markham Yes
Allan Elgar Regional Councillor (Ward 4) Oakville Yes
Allan Thompson Regional Councillor (Ward 2) Caledon Yes
Ana Bailao Councillor (Ward 18) Davenport Yes
Andrew Cash MP Davenport NDP Yes
Ann Lawlor Councillor (Ward 4) Halton Hills Yes
Arnold Huffman Local Councillor (Ward 5) Milton Yes
Bas Balkissoon MPP Scarborough-Rouge River Liberal Yes
Beverly Northeast Councillor (Ward 1) Uxbridge Yes
Bill Fisch Chair Yes
Blair Lancaster Councillor (Ward 6) Burlington Yes
Bonnie Crombie Councillor (Ward 5) Mississauga Yes
Brenda Hogg Regional and Local Councillor (Ward 1-6) Richmond Hill Yes
Brian McHattie Councillor (Ward 1) Hamilton Yes
Brian Penman Local and Regional Councillor (Ward 1,6,7,8) Milton Yes
Carolina Moretti Councillor (Ward 4) Markham Yes
Castro Liu Councillor (Ward 3) Richmond Hill Yes
Cheri DiNovo MPP Parkdale-High Park NDP Yes
Chin Lee Councillor (Ward 41) Scarborough-Rouge River Yes
Chris Ballard MPP Newmarket-Aurora Liberal Yes
Chris Charlton MP Hamilton Mountain NDP Yes
Chris Emanuel Councillor (Ward 7) Newmarket Yes
Chris Fonseca Councillor (Ward 3) Mississauga Yes
Chungsen Leung MP Willowdale Conservative Yes
Clark A. Somerville Regional Councillor (Ward 1&2) Halton Hills Yes
Cleve Mortelliti Councillor (Ward 1) King Yes
Colin Campbell Councillor (Ward 5) Markham Yes
Colleen Jordan Regional Councillor (Ward 3-4) Ajax Yes
Craig Scott MP Toronto-Danforth NDP Yes
Dan Harris MP Scarborough Southwest NDP Yes
Danny Wheeler Deputy Mayor/Regional Councillor Georgina Yes
Dave Barrow Mayor Richmond Hill Yes
Dave Gittings Town Councillor (Ward 3) Oakville Yes
David Christopherson MP Hamilton Centre NDP Yes
David Pickles Councillor (Ward 3) Pickering Yes
Deb Schulte Regional Councillor Vaughan Yes
Debbie Schaefer Councillor (Ward 5) King Yes
Don Hamilton Councillor (Ward 3) Markham Yes
Don Mitchell Regional Councillor Whitby Yes
Doug Beffort Councillor (Ward 1) Caledon Yes
Doug Dickerson Councillor (Ward 2) Pickering Yes
Doug Sanders City Councillor Oshawa Yes
Elaine Moore Regional Councillor (Ward 1&5) Brampton Yes
Elizabeth Roy Councillor (Ward 2) Whitby Yes
Emil Kolb Chair Yes
Frances Nunziata Councillor (Ward 11) York South-Weston Yes
Frank Dale Councillor (Ward 4) Mississauga Yes
Frank Scarpitti Mayor (Ward 1-8) Markham Yes
Gael Miles Regional Councillor (Ward 7&8) Brampton Yes
Gary Crawford Councillor (Ward 36) Scarborough Southwest Yes
Geoffrey Dawe Mayor Aurora Yes
George Carlson Councillor (Ward 11) Mississauga Yes
Glenn De Baeremaeker Councillor (Ward 38) Scarborough Centre Yes
Godwin Chan Councillor (Ward 6) Richmond Hill Yes
Gord McClure Councillor (Ward 2) Caledon Yes
Gordon Krantz Mayor and Regional Councillor Milton Yes
Gordon Landon Regional Councillor (Ward 1-8) Markham Yes
Greg Nelson Local Councillor (Ward 2) Milton Yes
Hazel McCallion Mayor Mississauga Yes
Hon. Carolyn Bennett MP St. Paul's Liberal Yes
Hon. Charles Sousa MPP Mississauga South Liberal Yes
Hon. David Zimmer MPP Willowdale Liberal Yes
Hon. Eric Hoskins MPP St. Paul's Liberal Yes
Hon. Glen Murray MPP Toronto Centre Liberal Yes
Hon. Helena Jaczek MPP Oak Ridges-Markham Liberal Yes
Hon. John McCallum MP Markham-Unionville Liberal Yes
Hon. John McKay MP Scarborough-Guildwood Liberal Yes
Hon. Judy Sgro MP York West Liberal Yes
Hon. Kathleen Wynne Premier, MPP Don Valley West Liberal Yes
Hon. Kevin Daniel Flynn MPP Oakville Liberal Yes
Hon. Mario Sergio MPP York West Liberal Yes
Hon. Michael Chan MPP Markham-Unionville Liberal Yes
Hon. Michael Coteau MPP Don Valley East Liberal Yes
Hon. Mitzie Hunter MPP Scarborough-Guildwood Liberal Yes
Hon. Reza Moridi MPP Richmond Hill Liberal Yes
Hon. Tracy MacCharles MPP Pickering-Scarborough East Liberal Yes
Howard Shore Councillor (Ward 2) Markham Yes
Jack Dennison Councillor (Ward 4) Burlington Yes
Jack Heath Deputy Mayor (Ward 1-8) Markham Yes
Jagmeet Singh MPP Bramalea-Gore-Malton NDP Yes
James Pasternak Councillor (Ward 10) York Centre Yes
Jane Fogal Regional Councillor (Ward 3&4) Halton Hills Yes
Janet Davis Councillor (Ward 31) Beaches-East York Yes
Jaye Robinson Councillor (Ward 25) Don Valley West Yes
Jeff Knoll Regional Councillor (Ward 5) Oakville Yes
Jim Jones Regional Councillor (Ward 1-8) Markham Yes
Jim Tovey Councillor (Ward 1) Mississauga Yes
Joanne Dies Councillor (Ward 3) Ajax Yes
Joe Dickson MPP Ajax-Pickering Liberal Yes
Joe Li Regional Councillor (Ward 1-8) Markham Yes
Joe Mihevc Councillor (Ward 21) St. Paul's Yes
John Abel Councillor Aurora Yes
John Filion Councillor (Ward 23) Willowdale Yes
John Hutton City Councillor (Ward 2&6) Brampton Yes
John Parker Councillor (Ward 26) Don Valley West Yes
John Sanderson Regional Councillor (Ward 3&4) Brampton Yes
John Sprovieri Regional Councillor (Ward 9&10) Brampton Yes
John Taylor Regional Councillor Newmarket Yes
Josh Colle Councillor (Ward 15) Eglinton-Lawrence Yes
Josh Matlow Councillor (Ward 22) St. Paul's Yes
Karen Stintz Councillor (Ward 16) Eglinton-Lawrence Yes
Katie Mahoney Councillor (Ward 8) Mississauga Yes
Ken Ferdinands Councillor (Ward 1) Whitchurch-Stouffville Yes
Ken Hackenbrook Councillor (Ward 4) Georgina Yes
Kirsty Duncan MP Etobicoke-North Liberal Yes
Kristyn Wong-Tam Councillor (Ward 27) Toronto Centre-Rosedale Yes
Laura Albanese MPP York South-Weston Liberal Yes
Linda Pabst Councillor (Ward 3) King Yes
Logan Kanapathi Councillor (Ward 7) Markham Yes
Lorenzo Berardinetti MPP Scarborough Southwest Liberal Yes
Lorne Coe Deputy Mayor & Regional Councillor Whitby Yes
Lynn Foster Councillor (Ward 4) Richmond Hill Yes
Marc Grant Town Councillor (Ward 5) Oakville Yes
Maria Aguimeri Councillor (Ward 9) York Centre Yes
Marianne Meed Ward Councillor (Ward 2) Burlington Yes
Marilyn Crawford Councillor (Ward 1) Ajax Yes
Marilyn Iafrate Councillor (Ward 1) Vaughan Yes
Mark Adler MP York Centre Conservative Yes
Mark Grimes Councillor (Ward 6) Etobicoke-Lakeshore Yes
Marolyn Morrison Mayor Caledon Yes
Mary Fragedakis Councillor (Ward 29) Toronto-Danforth Yes
Mary-Margaret McMahon Councillor (Ward 32) Beaches-East York Yes
Matthew Kellway MP Beaches-East York NDP Yes
Maurizio Bevilacqua Mayor Vaughan Yes
Michael Di Biase Regional Councillor Vaughan Yes
Michael Thompson Councillor (Ward 37) Scarborough Centre Yes
Michael Thompson Councillor Aurora Yes
Mike Cluett Local Councillor (Ward 6) Milton Yes
Mike Colle MPP Eglinton-Lawrence Liberal Yes
Mike Layton Councillor (Ward 19) Trinity-Spadina Yes
Mike Sullivan MP York South-Weston NDP Yes
Monique Taylor MPP Hamilton Mountain NDP Yes
Monte Kwinter MPP York Centre Liberal Yes
Nando Iannicca Councillor (Ward 7) Mississauga Yes
Nick Papa Councillor (Ward 5) Richmond Hill Yes
Pam Damoff Town Councillor (Ward 2) Oakville Yes
Pam McConnell Councillor (Ward 28) Toronto Centre-Rosedale Yes
Pat Brown Councillor (Ward 4) Ajax Yes
Pat Saito Councillor (Ward 9) Mississauga Yes
Patricia Mullin Councillor (Ward 2) Mississauga Yes
Patti Foley Regional Councillor (Ward 5) Caledon Yes
Paul Ainslie Councillor (Ward 43) Scarborough East Yes
Paul Miller MPP Hamilton East-Stoney Creek NDP Yes
Paul Palleschi Regional Councillor (Ward 2&6) Brampton Yes
Paul Pirri Councillor Aurora Yes
Paula Fletcher Councillor (Ward 30) Toronto-Danforth Yes
Peggy Nash MP Parkdale-High Park NDP Yes
Peter Milczyn MPP Etobicoke-Lakeshore Liberal Yes
Peter Rodrigues Councillor (Ward 3) Pickering Yes
Peter Tabuns MPP Toronto-Danforth NDP Yes
Ralph Robinson Town Councillor (Ward 1) Oakville Yes
Rathika Sitsabaiesan MP Scarborough-Rouge River NDP Yes
Raymond Cho Councillor (Ward 42) Scarborough-Rouge River Yes
Renrick Ashby Councillor (Ward 2) Ajax Yes
Richard Paterak Regional Councillor (Ward 1) Caledon Yes
Richard Whitehead Regional Councillor (Ward 3&4) Caledon Yes
Rick Bonnette Mayor Halton Hills Yes
Rick DiLorenzo Local Councillor (Ward 7) Milton Yes
Rick Goldring Mayor Burlington Yes
Rick Malboeuf Local Councillor (Ward 4) Milton Yes
Rob Burton Mayor Oakville Yes
Robert Grossi Mayor Georgina Yes
Ron Starr Councillor (Ward 6) Mississauga Yes
Rosanna DeFrancesca Councillor (Ward 3) Vaughan Yes
Sandra Yeung Racco Councillor (Ward 4) Vaughan Yes
Sarah Doucette Councillor (Ward 13) Parkdale-High Park Yes
Sharon Barkley Local Councillor (Ward 1) Milton Yes
Shaun Collier Regional Councillor (Ward 1-2) Ajax Yes
Shelley Carroll Councillor (Ward 33) Don Valley East Yes
Soo Wong MPP Scarborough-Agincourt Liberal Yes
Steve Parish Mayor Ajax Yes
Steve Pellegrini Mayor King Yes
Tom Adams Regional Councillor (Ward 6) Oakville Yes
Tony Carella Councillor (Ward 2) Vaughan Yes
Tony Van Bynen Mayor Newmarket Yes
Valerie Burke Councillor (Ward 1) Markham Yes
Vic Dhillon MPP Brampton West Liberal Yes
Virginia Hackson Mayor East Gwillimbury Yes
Vito Spatafora Regional and Local Councillor (Ward 1-6) Richmond Hill Yes
Wayne Emmerson Mayor Whitchurch-Stouffville Yes
Wayne Martson MP Hamilton East-Stoney Creek NDP Yes
Wendy Partner Councillor (Ward 4) Clarington Yes
Zeeshan Hamid Local Councillor (Ward 8) Milton Yes
Adrian Foster Mayor Clarington No
Amrit Mangat MPP Mississauga-Brampton South Liberal No
Amy England Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
Andrea Horwath Leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party, MPP Hamilton Centre NDP No
Anthony Perruzza Councillor (Ward 8) York West No
Arnold Chan MP Scarborough-Agincourt No
Arthur Potts MPP Beaches-East York Liberal No
Avia Eek Councillor (Ward 6) King No
Barry Devolin MP Hailburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock Conservative No
Bernard Trottier MP Etobicoke-Lakeshore Conservative No
Bernie Morelli Councillor (Ward 3) Hamilton No
Bill Cober Councillor (Ward 4) King No
Bill McLean Councillor (Ward 2) Pickering No
Bob Bratina Mayor Hamilton No
Bob Callahan City Councillor (Ward 3&4) Brampton No
Bob Champman Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
Bob Dechert MP Mississauga-Erindale Conservative No
Bob Delaney MPP Mississauga-Streetsville Liberal No
Bob Inglis Councillor (Ward 4) Halton Hills No
Bobbie Drew Regional Councillor Scugog No
Brad Butt MP Mississauga-Streetsville Conservative No
Brad Clark Councillor (Ward 9) Hamilton No
Brad Smockum Councillor (Ward 5) Georgina No
Brenda Johnson Councillor (Ward 11) Hamilton No
Bruce Wood City Councillor Oshawa No
Bryan Lewis Councillor (Ward 2) Halton Hills No
Carmine Perrelli Councillor (Ward 2) Richmond Hill No
Cathy Duddeck Regional Councillor (Ward 2) Oakville No
Cathy Morton Councillor East Gwillimbury No
Cesar Palacio Councillor (Ward 17) Davenport No
Ceta Ramkhalawansingh Councillor (Ward 20) Trinity-Spadina No
Chad Collins Councillor (Ward 5) Hamilton No
Chris Alexander MP Ajax-Pickering Conservative No
Christine Elliott MPP Whitby-Oshawa PC No
Chrystia Freeland MP Toronto Centre Liberal No
Chuck Mercier Mayor Scugog No
Cindy Lunau Local Councillor (Ward 3) Milton No
Clyde Smith Councillor (Ward 3) Whitchurch-Stouffville No
Colin Best Local and Regional Councillor (Ward 2,3,4,5) Milton No
Colin Carrie MP Oshawa Conservative No
Corinna Traill Councillor (Ward 3) Clarington No
Corneliu Chisu MP Pickering-Scarborough East Conservative No
Costas Menegakis MP Richmond Hill Conservative No
Cristina Martins MPP Davenport Liberal No
Dave Kerwin Councillor (Ward 2) Newmarket No
Dave Ryan Mayor Pickering No
Dave Szollosy Councillor (Ward 3) Georgina No
David Kentner Councillor (Ward 3) Halton Hills No
David Shiner Councillor (Ward 24) Willowdale No
David Sweet MP Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale Conservative No
David Tilson MP Dufferin-Caledon Conservative No
Dean Allison MP Niagara West- Glanbrook Conservative No
Debbie Bath Regional Councillor Brock No
Denzil Minnan-Wong Councillor (Ward 34) Don Valley East No
Derrick Gleed Councillor (Ward 1) Whitby No
Doug Ford Councillor (Ward 2) Etobicoke-North No
Eleanor McMahon MPP Burlington Liberal No
Erin O'Toole MP Durham Conservative No
Eve Adams MP Mississauga-Brampton South Conservative No
Evelyn Buck Councillor Aurora No
Frank Di Giorgio Councillor (Ward 12) York South-Weston No
Gary Carr Chair No
Gerri Lynn O'Connor Mayor Uxbridge No
Gila Martow MPP Thornhill PC No
Gino Rosati Regional Councillor Vaughan No
Giorgio Mammoliti Councillor (Ward 7) York West No
Gloria Lindsay Luby Councillor (Ward 4) Etobicoke-Centre No
Gord Perks Councillor (Ward 14) Parkdale-High Park No
Gordon Highet Councillor (Ward 5) Uxbridge No
Grant Gibson City Councillor (Ward 1&5) Brampton No
Granville Anderson MPP Durham Liberal No
Greg Beros Councillor (Ward 1) Richmond Hill No
Han Dong MPP Trinity-Spadina Liberal No
Harinder Malhi MPP Brampton-Springdale Liberal No
Hon. Bal Gosal MP Bramalea-Gore-Malton Conservative No
Hon. Brad Duguid MPP Scarborough Centre Liberal No
Hon. Dipika Damerla MPP Mississauga East-Cooksville Liberal No
Hon. Harinder S. Takhar MPP Mississauga-Erindale Liberal No
Hon. Jim Flaherty MP Whitby-Oshawa Conservative No
Hon. Joe Oliver MP Eglinton-Lawrence Conservative No
Hon. Julian Fantino MP Vaughan Conservative No
Hon. Lisa Raitt MP Halton Conservative No
Hon. Michael Chong MP Wellington-Halton Hills Conservative No
Hon. Peter Kent MP Thornhill Conservative No
Hon. Peter Van Loan MP York-Simcoe Conservative No
Hon. Steven Del Duca Minister of Transportation, MPP Vaughan Liberal No
Hon. Ted McMeekin MPP Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale Liberal No
Howard Danson Councillor (Ward 5) Scugog No
Indira Naidoo-Harris MPP Halton Liberal No
Jack Ballinger Regional Councillor Uxbridge No
Jacob Mantel Councillor (Ward 4) Uxbridge No
James Maloney Councillor (Ward 5) Etobicoke-Lakeshore No
Jane Twinney Councillor (Ward 3) Newmarket No
Jason Farr Councillor (Ward 2) Hamilton No
Jennifer French MPP Oshawa NDP No
Jennifer O'Connell Councillor (Ward 1) Pickering No
Jim Howard Councillor (Ward 3) Scugog No
Joan Robson Councillor (Ward 2) Halton Hills No
Joe Daniel MP Don Valley East Conservative No
Joe Drumm Regional Councillor Whitby No
Joe Neal Councillor (Ward 1) Clarington No
Joe Sponga Councillor (Ward 5) Newmarket No
John Carmichael MP Don Valley West Conservative No
John Eaton Councillor East Gwillimbury No
John G. Henry Mayor Oshawa No
John Gallo Councillor Aurora No
John Hancock Councillor (Ward 2) Scugog No
John Neal Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
John R. Aker Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
John Taylor Councillor (Ward 3) Burlington No
Jon Hurst Councillor (Ward 1) Halton Hills No
Judi Partridge Councillor (Ward 15) Hamilton No
Julia Munro MPP York-Simcoe PC No
Keith Bird Regional Councillor (Ward 3) Oakville No
Keith Shier Councillor (Ward 4) Brock No
Ken Montague Councillor (Ward 4) Whitby No
Kevin Ashe Councillor (Ward 1) Pickering No
Kyle Seeback MP Brampton West Conservative No
Larry Corrigan Councillor (Ward 1) Scugog No
Laurie Scott MPP Hailburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock PC No
Lloyd Ferguson Councillor (Ward 12) Hamilton No
Lois Brown MP Newmarket-Aurora Conservative No
Maddie Di Muccio Councillor (Ward 6) Newmarket No
Maria Pearson Councillor (Ward 10) Hamilton No
Marlene Johnston Councillor East Gwillimbury No
Mary Novak Regional Councillor (Ward 1-2) Clarington No
Max Khan Town Councillor (Ward 6) Oakville No
Michael G. Emm Councillor (Ward 3) Whitby No
Michelle Berardinetti Councillor (Ward 35) Scarborough Southwest No
Mike Del Grande Councillor (Ward 39) Scarborough-Agincourt No
Mike Manchester Councillor (Ward 1) Brock No
Mike O'Leary Councillor (Ward 1) Halton Hills No
Mike Wallace MP Burlington Conservative No
Moya Johnson Councillor (Ward 3) Halton Hills No
Nancy Diamond Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
Naomi Davison Councillor (Ward 1) Georgina No
Nester Pidwerbecki Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
Nick deBoer Councillor (Ward 3&4) Caledon No
Norm Kelly Councillor (Ward 40) Scarborough-Agincourt No
Parm Gill MP Brampton-Springdale Conservative No
Pat Malloy Councillor (Ward 2) Uxbridge No
Pat Mikuse Councillor (Ward 3) Uxbridge No
Pat Perkins Mayor Whitby No
Paul Calandra MP Oak Ridges-Markham Conservative No
Paul Sharman Councillor (Ward 5) Burlington No
Peter Grandilli Councillor (Ward 2) King No
Peter Leon Councillor (Ward 3) Etobicoke-Centre No
Phil Bannon Councillor (Ward 2) Whitchurch-Stouffville No
Phil Craig Councillor (Ward 2) Georgina No
Randy Skinner Councillor (Ward 2) Brock No
Richard Bartley Councillor (Ward 5) Whitchurch-Stouffville No
Rick Craven Councillor (Ward 1) Burlington No
Rob Ford Mayor Toronto No
Rob Hargrave Councillor (Ward 6) Whitchurch-Stouffville No
Rob Mezzapelli Councillor (Ward 5) Caledon No
Robert Pasuta Councillor (Ward 14) Hamilton No
Roger Bouma City Councillor Oshawa No
Roger Lapworth Town Councillor (Ward 4) Oakville No
Roger. M Anderson Chair Region of Durham No
Ron Hooper Councillor (Ward 2) Clarington No
Ron Moeser Councillor (Ward 44) Scarborough East No
Roxanne James MP Scarborough Centre Conservative No
Russ Powers Councillor (Ward 13) Hamilton No
Sam Merulla Councillor (Ward 4) Hamilton No
Sandra Hames Regional Councillor (Ward 7&8) Brampton No
Sandra Humfryes Councillor Aurora No
Scott Duvall Councillor (Ward 7) Hamilton No
Shafiq Qaadri MPP Etobicoke-North Liberal No
Stella Ambler MP Mississauga South Conservative No
Sue McFadden Councillor (Ward 10) Mississauga No
Susan Fennell Mayor Brampton No
Susanne Hilton Councillor (Ward 4) Whitchurch-Stouffville No
Sylvia Jones MPP Dufferin-Caledon PC No
Tara Roy-DiClemente Councillor East Gwillimbury No
Ted Arnott MPP Wellington-Halton Hills PC No
Ted Opitz MP Etobicoke-Centre Conservative No
Terence Young MP Oakville Conservative No
Terry Whitehead Councillor (Ward 8) Hamilton No
Tim Hudak MPP Niagara West- Glanbrook PC No
Tito-Dante Marimpietri Regional and City Councillor Oshawa No
Tom Hempen Councillor (Ward 4) Newmarket No
Tom Jackson Councillor (Ward 6) Hamilton No
Tom Vegh Councillor (Ward 1) Newmarket No
Vicky Dhillon City Councillor (Ward 9&10) Brampton No
Vincent Crisanti Councillor (Ward 1) Etobicoke-North No
W. Tery Clayton Mayor Brock No
W.E. Ted Smith Councillor (Ward 5) Brock No
Walter Schummer Councillor (Ward 3) Brock No
Wendy Gaertner Councillor Aurora No
Willie Woo Regional Councillor (Ward 3-4) Clarington No
Wilma Wooten Councillor (Ward 4) Scugog No
Wladyslaw Lizon MP Mississauga East-Cooksville Conservative No
Yvan Baker MPP Etobicoke-Centre Liberal No