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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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February 22, 2024

London MPPs on sentencing verdict for London family’s killer

QUEEN’S PARK – London's three MPPs released a statement following the sentencing for Nathaniel Veltman, which found his actions constituted “terrorist activity”. Veltman was earlier found guilty of... More
January 17, 2024

MPPs call for investment in home and community health care at London budget hearings

LONDON – With need growing across the region, London MPPs Terence Kernaghan (London North Centre), Peggy Sattler (London West), and Teresa Armstrong (London-Fanshawe) are calling on the government ... More
January 16, 2024

Demand for social services skyrocketing across Southwestern Ontario; organizations struggle to keep up

CHATHAM – Official Opposition MPPs were in Chatham today to hear from local organizations as they brought forward their need for funding and resources before the 2024 budget committee.  “We... More