Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie attends graduation ceremonies at Convocation Hall.(Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, centre, with two graduating students at Convocation Hall.)

Are you looking to get in touch with your elected representative?

University departments and units can contact the Government Relations Office to request visits by elected representatives.

Individual faculty members may be required to report some communication with political representatives to the Government Relations Office. The appropriate protocol is outlined in our Lobbyist Registry

We have also created a guide on how the Government Relations Office may assist you if you are considering contacting a representative directly.

Contacts and News


Canada, Government Electronic Directory Services

Government of Ontario Employee and Organization Directory, INFO-GO

City of Toronto electronic by-law registry

Mississauga electronic by-law registry 

Ontario Newsroom

Canada Newsroom

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada News

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 

The University of Toronto’s three campuses are currently represented by the following politicians: 

Federal Members of Parliament 

Iqra Khalid, Mississauga — Erin Mills

Chrystia Freeland, University — Rosedale

Gary Anandasangaree, Scarborough — Rouge Park


Ontario Members of Provincial Parliament


Sheref Sabawy, Mississauga — Erin Mills

Jessica Bell, University — Rosedale

Vijay Thanigasalm, Scarborough — Rouge Park


Toronto City Council


Mike Layton, University-Rosedale 

Jennifer McKelvie, Scarborough-Rouge Park

Mississauga City Council


Matt Mahoney, Ward 8