- MPP since 2011 who has championed the cause of displaced workers
- As an Assistant to the local MP, built a reputation for solid service and helped hundreds of constituents with their issues and concerns
- Former President of Algoma Manitoulin and District Labour Council
- Former Coordinator at Dubreuilville Action Centre (MTCU) assisting displaced workers in the North
Michael Mantha is a longtime community advocate and public servant.
Before becoming an MPP in 2011, Michael worked for the local MP successfully helping hundreds of constituents with their issues and concerns. He also worked with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities assisting displaced workers access social services and training. In the legislature, Michael has been a strong voice for rural healthcare, safe road conditions, northern jobs, and affordability.
Michael is a community advocate you can count on to make life more affordable and fair.
Michael lives in Elliot Lake with his wife Pauline and their two sons.