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The Eglinton-Lawrence Community Office

MPP Robin Martin's Community Office can provide assistance when dealing with all provincial agencies, boards, commissions, and ministries. If you need help or are seeking information on provincial matters, please don't hesitate to call the office at 416-781-2395 or email us at robin.martin@pc.ola.org

Following recommendations from public health to practice physical distancing, my constituency office remains closed at this time. My staff and I are working remotely and remain available to answer your inquiries via phone or email. We appreciate your patience as it may take us longer than normal to get back to you.

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News

Statement on Recent Anti-Semitism in Toronto

July 2nd, 2020 | Weekly Update

My constituency office has reopened with limited staff on an appointment only basis for constituent services that cannot be delivered virtually. If...

June 25th, 2020 | Weekly Update

Yes, graduation this year was different - as was the year itself, something none of us would have predicted.

City of Toronto Enters Stage 2

Although restrictions are being gradually relaxed in Toronto, the government strongly recommends that everyone in Ontario continue to follow public health...