Public Disclosure Statements

Ontario’s Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) are required under the Members’ Integrity Act, 1994 to provide specific information about their finances to the Integrity Commissioner every year. They are also required to provide this information for their spouse or partner and any children under 18 years.

MPPs are required to disclose:
- sources and amounts of income;
- descriptions of assets, including investments, properties, ownership of companies and pension entitlements; and
- all liabilities, including mortgages, lines of credit, unpaid taxes and co-signed loans.

Once the private disclosure statement has been filed, each member is required to meet with the Commissioner.

A public disclosure statement is created for each MPP, which provides the nature of certain income, asset and liability sources as required under the Act. Dollar amounts are not included. The statement also lists any gifts worth more than $200 that an MPP accepted during the year.

Public disclosure statements from 2005 to present are available below.

Select the year you want from the drop-down list. You will then be able to select by MPP or riding name.