But, we're not all in this together…

Dear [Name],

I am writing to you today to express my deep concern about the current state of affairs in Ontario. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on our province, and it is clear that we are not all in this together.

The restrictions imposed by the provincial government have been necessary to protect public health, but they have also had a significant economic impact on many Ontarians. Businesses have been forced to close or reduce their operations, leading to job losses and reduced incomes for many people. Those who are able to work from home may be fortunate enough to keep their jobs, but those who cannot are facing an uncertain future.

At the same time, essential workers such as healthcare professionals and grocery store employees are putting themselves at risk every day in order to keep our society functioning. They deserve our gratitude and support for their hard work and dedication during this difficult time.

The restrictions have also had a profound effect on mental health. Many people are feeling isolated and overwhelmed by the situation, with no end in sight. This is especially true for those living alone or without access to adequate social supports. It is essential that we do what we can to ensure that everyone has access to the resources they need during this crisis.

We must recognize that we are not all in this together – some people are bearing a disproportionate burden of the impacts of COVID-19 while others remain relatively unaffected. We must strive for greater equity and fairness so that everyone can get through this crisis with dignity intact. I urge you to take action now so that no one is left behind as we navigate these challenging times together.



Dear [Representative],

I am writing to express my deep concern about the new COVID-19 restrictions that were announced on Thanksgiving weekend. These restrictions are overly restrictive and will cause more harm than good.

The evidence shows that the majority of cases in Ontario are coming from social gatherings, not from businesses. Yet, these new restrictions have closed thousands of businesses and put even more people out of work. This is especially concerning for those who are elderly, mentally unwell, or living in poverty as they will be disproportionately affected by these closures.

It is time we stop the fear and end the restrictions. We need to return to normal life as soon as possible so that people can get back to work and support their families. I urge you to take action now and ensure that our government stops implementing overly restrictive measures that do more harm than good.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

[Your Name]

We're not all in this together...