Paul Calandra

    Your Member of Provincial Parliament for Markham–Stouffville

  • Meet Paul

    Paul Calandra is the Member of Provincial Parliament for Markham-Stouffville. Before being elected to the Ontario Legislature in 2018, Paul was a Federal Member of Parliament, elected in 2008 and re-elected in 2011. Paul currently serves as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines (Energy). Before entering public service, Paul was a small business owner and insurance broker.


    Paul is a community advocate in Markham-Stouffville. He often highlights the sacrifices others make in building our community, including honouring local veterans and community volunteers. Through Hockey Night in Stouffville, Paul helped raise over $350,000 to support mental health initiatives at the Markham-Stouffville Hospital.


    Paul lives in Stouffville with his wife Melanie and two daughters Natalie and Olivia.

  • Auto Insurance Consultation

    Have your say! Our Government has launched a consultation to review auto insurance in Ontario. We are looking for input from drivers and consumers on how we can put drivers first, get rates under control, and improve our auto insurance system. Survey closes February 15, 2019: http://bit.ly/2QCrRot

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  • News and Updates

    News and Events in Markham–Stouffville

    Ontario Real Estate Consultation

    February 12, 2019

    Today is Canadian Agriculture Day. I was proud to fight to preserve agriculture on the Rouge National Urban Park, despite the calls of environmental groups to reforest some of the best agricultural land in Canada. Today, farming is protected on the Rouge in perpetuity and will continue to create jobs and local produce.

    Dorcas Centre Grand Opening

    February 10, 2019

    Very proud to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Dorcas Centre in Markham today. The Rhenish Church hosted one of the very first events I attended when I was elected to office in 2008. Thank you for your dedication to community, family, and faith.

    Ontario Autism Program

    February 9, 2019

    A system that leaves 75% of children behind is not one that can or should continue. Over the next 18 months we will be clearing the autism wait-list and providing up to $140,000 for every child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. www.ontario.ca/autism

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