Government of Ontario

Jill Andrew

MPP, Toronto–St. Paul's

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Jill Andrew is the Member of Provincial Parliament for Toronto-St. Paul’s and the ONDP Culture Critic. She is an award-winning equity educator, body image advocate, speaker and writer. As the co-founder of Body Confidence Canada, #SizeismSUCKS and Body Confidence Awareness Week, Andrew advocates to end size and appearance-based discrimination, harassment and bullying throughout the life spectrum.

Andrew is a community co-owner of Glad Day Bookshop – the world’s oldest LGBT bookstore. She has been an avid volunteer and donor to organizations across the GTA supporting Black and racialized communities, youth, women, chronic health and queer rights through community engagement, education, employment, healthcare, housing and the arts.

She holds a Master’s degree in women and gender studies from the University of Toronto New College and recently completed her PhD at York University’s Faculty of Education. Jill is also a graduate of the Women Win TO political training series. Jill is an animal fanatic – especially cats – and she credits music and theatre education in her youth for helping her to find her voice. Jill is deeply honoured to be your MPP and she is ready to work for you!

The latest on the issues

February 20, 2019

MPP Jill Andrew stands with Toronto families devastated by Ford’s cut to autism funding

QUEEN’S PARK — NDP MPPs Jill Andrew (Toronto-St. Paul’s), Jessica Bell (University-Rosedale) and Bhutila Karpoche (Parkdale-High Park) said it’s simply wrong for Doug Ford to plow ahead with his cu... More
January 7, 2019

Appointment of Ford friend raises concerns about fate of Ontario Place

Chris Glover, NDP MPP for Spadina-Fort York, released the following statement in response to the appointment of James Ginou as chair of the Ontario Place board: More
January 4, 2019

11,600 full-time jobs lost in December, slide towards part-time job economy continues

According to December’s Labour Force Survey, Ontario shed 11,600 full-time jobs in December. Since Doug Ford took office, 94.7 per cent of all net new jobs created in Ontario have been part-time. More