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Government of Ontario

Ian Arthur, MPP

Kingston and the Islands

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Ian Arthur was elected as the Member of Provincial Parliament for Kingston and the Islands on June 7, 2018. He currently serves as the NDP critic for the Environment and is a member of the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs.

A graduate of the international development program at Trent University, former executive chef at Chez Piggy, and long-time community activist, Ian is determined to lead change and fight for the services people need and expect from their government.

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February 20, 2019

Kingston parent joins NDP’s Ian Arthur at Queen’s Park to resist Conservative cuts to autism supports

QUEEN’S PARK — NDP MPP for Kingston and the Islands Ian Arthur was joined by Kingston parent Kelly McGarry today during Qu... More
November 28, 2018

Members' Statement: Holiday Season in #YGK

As the festive season is upon us, today I rose in the Legislature to talk about some of the upcoming events in Kingston. More
November 22, 2018

Members' Statement: Firing the Child Advocate

Today I spoke about the decision to remove the Office of the Child Advocate and what a mistake it is for Ontario youth. More