FRI . AUG 25. 2017 • 4PM -6PM
2 0 1 C H E S T E R L E B L V D
Located Near The Park
An Afternoon with Your Neighbours
Ice Cream and Popcorn will be Provided
For More Info Contact: Andrew Cox (T) 647 460 4796
Divine International Youth Association
Saturday September 2, 2017@ Agincourt Community Centre
Sent: August-18-17 1:28 PM
Subject: RE: Unresolved Issue Importance: High
Dear MR/ Karygiannis,
Please accept our sincerest thanks and gratitude for your help in regard to xxxx damage.
Thank you again for your time and consideration.
I appreciated your phone call with the good news.
Have a great day
I would like to take this opportunity to extend my best wishes to members of the Canadian Afghan community on the occasion of Afghan Independence Day.
Toronto, ON – Jim Karygiannis, City Councillor for Ward 39, Scarborough-Agincourt, is joined by Lee Soda, Executive Director of the Agincourt Community Services Association, to provide an update on the Chester Le Community Mural to be displayed at the Chester Le Community Corner in north Scarborough.
CBC News Aug 14, 2017 John Rieti
An immigration lawyer says as many as one in five Haitian asylum seekers crossing the U.S.-Canada border in Quebec may make their way to Toronto.
I would like to extend best wishes to members of the Canadian Indian community on the occasion of India Independence Day.
I hope this message finds you and your family well and that you are enjoying summer in Toronto.
You may have noticed my team members at your door in recent weeks. We are knocking on doors in the ward to say hello and to pass on a message to complete our Ward 39 Rooming House Survey. As you know, the City is pushing through a pilot project that would allow Rooming Houses in our community as a “temporary study.” My position is clear: I am against Rooming Houses. If you have not completed the survey, please access it through my website at the following link and I appreciate your feedback: http://karygiannis.net/wp/local-engagement-3
I would like to extend my best wishes to members of the Canadian Pakistani community on the occasion of Pakistan Independence Day, also known as Yom-e-Azadi.
CBC News Aug 09, 2017 Lauren Pelley
On Feb. 19, shortly after the launch of new multi-million dollar scheduling software for Toronto Paramedic Services, an advanced life support crew wasn’t sent to a cardiac arrest call near their station — allegedly because a software glitch meant they didn’t show up as “on duty” in the system.