Help TIAO & Tourism Industry Ensure that the Tourism Growth Strategy is supporting Ontario's recovery.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, tourism has been one of the hardest hit sectors. With the support of the Government of Canada, tourism businesses have weathered the storm and reopened their doors to visitors. But as Canada emerges from the pandemic, it’s important to remember that reopening doesn’t mean recovery. While other economic sectors are returning to pre-pandemic levels, tourism is simply not there yet.
We need your support! Join us in advocating for the future success of the tourism industry by sending a letter to your MP. TIAO has made it easy to send your pre-written letter to your Member of Parliament. Read below to see how!
Download your letter! | Read TIAO's Letter to PM Justin Trudeau | Read TIAO's Letter to MPs
How do I send a letter to my MP?
Step One: Find out the contact information of your MP – go to the Current Members of the Parliament List. To find your MP, enter your postal code. You can also call 1-800-677-8683, TTY: 1-888-292-2312. You can also see the list of Ontario MPs' contact information on TIAO's website.
- Click here to download TIAO's pre-written member letter to your MP. Read through, and make sure to fill out the highlighted sections;
- Name of your MP
- Date of the letter
- Your name
- Your company logo (if applicable)
- You're ready to email your letter to your MP! Click here to use our pre-written email to make it easier to send your letter. Make sure to double check your MP's email address before emailing!
Step Three: You did it! Pat yourself on the back because you just helped support the future of the tourism industry in Ontario.
List of Ontario MPs
Aurora—Oak Ridges—Richmond Hill
Bay of Quinte
Don Valley East
Don Valley North
Don Valley West
Hamilton East—Stoney Creek
Hastings—Lennox and Addington
Humber River—Black Creek
Kingston and the Islands
Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
London North Centre
Sault Ste. Marie
Thunder Bay—Rainy River
Thunder Bay—Superior North