Bhutila Karpoche is fighting for Parkdale—High Park. In June 2018, Bhutila made history by becoming the first person of Tibetan heritage to be elected to public office in North America.

Bhutila is active on issues around social justice and public health. She is a longtime advocate of affordable housing, workers’ rights, and public health care.

She has been voted Toronto's Best MPP by NOW Magazine readers in 2019, 2020, and 2021, Toronto's Best Local Politician by Toronto Star readers in 2019, and named one of Toronto's Most Inspirational Women of the year by TRNTO Magazine in 2019. As of January 2021, she has tabled more bills than any other Toronto-area MPP this term.

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QUEEN’S PARK — Official Opposition NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and Early Learning and Childcare critic Bhutila Karpoche are calling on the Doug Ford government to stop holding up a $10-a-day child care deal with Ottawa as Alberta signs its deal, leaving only Ontario and New Brunswick among the provinces. Horwath and Karpoche released the following statement:

No more numbered companies buying up homes anonymously, says NDP

TORONTO — NDP Housing critic Jessica Bell (University-Rosedale) and Parkdale-High Park MPP Bhutila Karpoche are introducing legislation to crack down on fraud in Ontario's housing market — one of many measures needed to rein in skyrocketing home prices.

Karpoche wants an action plan for illnesses like post-partum depression and anxiety
QUEEN’S PARK — MPP Bhutila Karpoche (Parkdale—High Park) will re-table her bill on Thursday calling for the Ford government to review the status of mental health care for new parents in Ontario and expand available treatment, supports and awareness of perinatal mental health disorders.  
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