Government of Ontario

Wayne Gates

MPP for Niagara Falls, Fort Erie & Niagara-on-the-Lake

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Wayne Gates is the Member of Provincial Parliament for the riding of Niagara Falls, proudly representing Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Fort Erie. He was uniquely elected twice in less than six months in 2014 before winning re-election again in 2018.

As a lifelong Niagara resident he has representing working people on both the Niagara Falls City Council and as President of Unifor Local 199. Wayne served as the campaign chair for the United Way, member the Yellow Shirt Brigade to save the Fort Erie hospital, member of the city's recreation committee, Project Share volunteer, and member of the Ontario Health Coalition.

He lives in Niagara Falls with his wife, Rita. Wayne has three daughters, Chantal, Tara-Lynn and Jacqueline and five grandchildren he loves more than anything, Priscilla, Parker, Charlotte, Tanner and Tatum.

The latest on the issues

February 5, 2021

Health care remains top issue in Niagara: Gates

Full article here.  “We’re seeing that we need to reinvest in our health care — we need to get our new (Niagara Falls) hospital built. That’s gone on way too long. I’ve been crying to the minister ... More
February 3, 2021

Niagara Falls MPP Wayne Gates takes on key official Opposition role

To read the full article click here.    Gates said he is “proud” to receive the new portfolio position. “My focus right now is on ensuring the health and safety of every worker in our province dur... More
January 28, 2021

Niagara MPP calls for province to take over 'disgusting' Greycliff Manor after 35-year-old dies

Read the full article here.  Niagara Falls NDP MPP Wayne Gates is calling for an emergency takeover by the province of Greycliff Manor retirement home after seeing "disgusting" images of a room whe... More