Suze Morrison is the Member for Provincial Parliament for Toronto Centre. She is a member of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.
Before being elected to provincial office MPP Morrison worked as a communications professional with Indigenous and health care non-profits across Ontario. She has an Honours BA from the University of Guelph and a Diploma in Public Relations from Humber College.
MPP Morrison has a long history as an advocate for women’s rights, reconciliation, and community safety. While living in London, Ontario in 2013, she joined forces with several women to co-found an organization called Women and Politics. She has sat 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.
MPP Morrison has overcome significant adversity to get to where she is today. Poverty, precarious housing, violence, and learning how to understand her identity as a woman with both settler and Indigenous heritage are all critical parts of how she looks at policy from a progressive and intersectional lens.
Ms. Morrison lives with her husband Trevor, a post-doctoral research fellow at Sick Kids, and their husky-mix Nova. When she’s not working for her community at Queen’s Park, she is an avid motorsports enthusiast and spends her free time competing in autocross events. She is a two-time women’s champion in the sport for Southwestern Ontario.