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Terence Kernaghan

MPP, London North Centre

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Terence Kernaghan is the Member of Provincial Parliament for London North Centre. He is passionate about social justice, health care, housing, and education. Before politics he was an elementary school teacher-librarian, focusing on critical literacy, digital citizenship, media literacy, and social justice. As MPP, Terence represents his community’s needs and interests at Queen’s Park.

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September 20, 2023

Official Opposition Queer Caucus: Anti-2SLGBTQI+ rhetoric hurts kids; Ford must ensure safe schools

QUEEN’S PARK ⁠— The Official Opposition Queer Caucus —MPPs Jill Andrew, Terence Kernaghan, Lise Vaugeois, and Kristyn Wong-Tam⁠—released the following statement condemning the so-called “Hands Off ... More
September 11, 2023

Premier faces mounting criticism for losing Ontario jobs

QUEEN'S PARK – Official Opposition Critics for Labour, Jamie West (Sudbury) and Economic Development and Job Creation, Terence Kernaghan (London North Centre), are sounding the alarm on this govern... More
August 3, 2023

“Deeply troubling:” London’s MPPs call on Conservatives to step up as local public health unit struggles

LONDON, ON – London-area MPPs Peggy Sattler (London West), Terence Kernaghan (London North Centre), and Teresa Armstrong (London—Fanshawe) issued the following statement in response to troubling re... More