Lloyd Longfield

Your Member of Parliament for Guelph


As your Member of Parliament, I am committed to being your strong voice in Ottawa and I intend to work hard to maintain your trust. I am extremely grateful to have the opportunity to represent the people of Guelph, and to work for you as your Member of Parliament.

In the News section, you will find my latest publications, speeches and statements. These will help you keep up to date with the work I am doing as your MP. If you want to follow all my activity in Ottawa, visit my Open Parliament profile.

If you have questions or require assistance with any federal program or service, please visit the MP Services section, or contact my office.

Latest News

News Release

Statement by Prime Minister Trudeau on International Development Week

February 11, 2019
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on International Development Week, which runs from February 3 to 9, 2019: “Today, we mark the beginning of International Development Week, and celebrate the hard work of international development workers, volunteers, and partners. From building schools and hospitals, to training others to provide much-needed services in their local communities, these... → read more >>

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2019 Tax Clinics

February 11, 2019
Need assistance with filing your taxes? Look no further help is available. Volunteers, trained by the Canada Revenue Agency, can help you complete your income tax returns. The volunteer program is designed for low income seniors and pensioners, persons with disability and social assistance recipients. Tax clinics will be taking place at:   Immigrant Services Guelph Wellington (Starting March 2nd,... → read more >>

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MP Longfield Co-Hosts Event with Mental Health Commission of Canada and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce

February 5, 2019
Yesterday on Parliament Hill, the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce equipped Parliamentarians with the tools to champion workplace mental health. Workplace mental health is a universal concern, with more than 500,000 Canadians missing work each week due to a mental health problem or illness, costing the economy more than $51 billion per year.... → read more >>