Government of Ontario

Suze Morrison

MPP, Toronto Centre

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Suze Morrison is the Member for Provincial Parliament for Toronto Centre. She is a member of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. 

MPP Morrison has a long history as an advocate for women’s rights, reconciliation, and community safety. While living in London, Ontario, she joined forces with several women to co-found an organization called Women and Politics. She currently sits on the board of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations, and has been active in the fight against gun violence in her neighbourhood of Regent Park.

The latest on the issues

May 8, 2019

Spring Update

The weather is getting warmer as we head into May, and debate at Queen’s Park has been warming up too! Speaking Up for the St. James Town Act Last month, the St. James Town Act passed its First R... More
May 6, 2019

Statement on Anti-LGBTQ Disruption in Church and Wellesley Village

MPP Suze Morrison spoke about an incident where homophobic and transphobic preachers disrupted the Church and Wellesley Village in early May. More
April 29, 2019

Member's Statement about BIAs in Toronto Centre

MPP Morrison used her April Member's Statement to talk about the good work done by BIAs in Toronto Centre. More