Monique Taylor MPP, Hamilton Mountain

Government of Ontario


Monique Taylor
MPP for Hamilton Mountain

Monique Taylor is the Member of Provincial Parliament for the riding of Hamilton Mountain. She was first elected on October 6th, 2011 and re-elected on June 12, 2014.

At Queen’s Park, Monique serves as the NDP Critic for Children and Youth Services and Critic for Accessibility and Persons with Disabilities. She was also served on the Select Committee on Developmental Services, an all-party committee of the legislature which looked at the extreme challenges of people living with serious developmental disabilities.

Prior to her election, Monique worked as an assistant to Scott Duvall, City Councillor for Ward 7 on Hamilton Mountain. This work, in addition to her own personal experiences, brought Monique face to face with the issues, challenges, and struggles faced by the people of Hamilton.

Monique has always focused her work on ways in which governments need to step up for the people of Hamilton and Ontario, a focus that continues in her work at Queen’s Park.

A graduate of the Toronto School of Business, an experienced hospitality worker, and a long-time community activist, Monique Taylor is determined to fight for the services people need and expect from their government.