Li Koo is on a mission to bring more diverse voices to government.

Li is an educator, a city-builder, a parent and the Ontario Liberal Party Candidate for Toronto-Danforth.

What Li’s Fighting For

Accessibility, Affordability, & Fairness

More Childcare

Families in our community need access to childcare and Li will advocate for the creation of more affordable childcare spaces.

Pre-budget Submission February 25th, 2018 – Childcare & Our Kids: How Do We Make It Better?

Access to Housing Affordability

Li’s first commitment is to her community – and ensuring families, seniors and young professionals have access to affordable housing.

Improving Our Schools

With more and more young families in our community, we need Li at the table fighting for funding for local schools so they can deliver the services students need.

Better Transit

Getting people moving and improving their daily commute, so they can spend more time with their families and less time stuck in transit.

Li cares deeply about diversity, fairness, and opportunity for everyone in Ontario.

Li Koo is a devoted advocate for social policies that create strong foundations for thriving communities.

Li is an educator, community leader, and entrepreneur, who brings success and skills from the non-profit, government, corporate, and culture sectors.

She holds a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Toronto and is a Professor at a local college, where she teaches communications.

Li is a second generation Chinese Canadian with family roots in India.

Li advocated for increased access to justice for vulnerable and newcomer communities as a Senior Advisor at the Government of Ontario and Legal Aid Ontario.

Li lives in Toronto-Danforth with her family.

She continues to be an engaged member of the Refugee Committee at the Metropolitan United Church, The 519, and the International Resource Centre for Performing Artists.


What Issues Matter Most to You?
Join One of Li’s Community Conversations


Childcare and Our Kids – February 25th

As a mother with one young child, childcare affordability and accessibility is a major challenge for Li and many other young families in our community. How do we make it better? What would you advocate to our governments?

Come share your views at the first in a series of Community Conversations Li is hosting to learn about what matters most to people in our community.

*This event has ended*

How Can I Help?

You can also help in these three major ways:

1) Throw a coffee party, introduce me to your extended community! I’m eager to meet more people in my community. The more voices I hear, the better I can try to represent them
2) Join me in canvassing the neighbourhood. We’ll be canvassing every day. Join us for a shift!
3) Make a donation. Scroll down to donate to Li’s campaign.

Donate to Li’s Campaign

There’s a cost to everything. You can help Li feed her volunteers, pay for printing costs, and get things done!