MPP Michael Mantha hosting Hydro One Town Hall and moving offices


Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha is moving his constituency office to a new location in Elliot Lake.  The current office located in the Elliot Lake Civic Centre will be closed for several days beginning this week during the transition.  The move is taking place over the Holiday Season in an effort to minimize disruption to regular service.

“I am very excited to announce that we are relocating to a site that offers improved accessibility and convenience for constituents.  The constituency office will be centrally located in Downtown Elliot Lake in the Lower Plaza at 18 Mary Walk, close to the Bank of Montreal. We look forward to serving the people of Algoma-Manitoulin at our new location and will be announcing a grand opening in the New Year.” stated Mantha in a media release.

“During the move, please note that constituency office staff will have limited access to e-mail or phones. We apologize in advance for any temporary inconvenience the relocation may cause. In the meantime, for any URGENT matters, please contact the Queen’s Park office by phone at 416-325-1938 or by e-mail at [email protected]

Hydro One Town Hall, Tuesday, December 13th, Echo Bay.

MPP Michael Mantha and Hydro One Ombudsman Fiona Crean will be holding a public Town Hall meeting on Tuesday December 13th, 2016 at the Echo Bay Community Hall from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. There will be time for general discussion and questions. “This is a great opportunity for the general public to improve overall understanding and share their concerns about Hydro One.” Mantha said.

Hydro One’s Ombudsman is an impartial, independent investigator who reviews and investigates complaints from the company’s customers and affected groups.

The Ombudsman reports directly to Hydro One’s independent Board of Directors.

Complaints are addressed through direct intervention and conflict mediation, working with the complainant and Hydro One employees. The Office is committed to fair, impartial, open, and equitable service, and to the vigorous and thorough review and resolution of complaints. If they cannot be resolved by the Ombudsman, customers can take their complaint to the company’s regulator, the Ontario Energy Board.