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July 4, 2017 – Subject: Assistance

 

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Sent: July-04-17 2:31 PM To: jim@karygiannis.net

Subject: Assistance

Good  Afternoon Jim,

Hoping all is well with you and the family!

Before getting to the point of my email, I would like to extend a special thank you for the excellent job you are providing to the residence of  the City of Scarborough. You are always there for questions, and a quick response from you. Keep up the good work!…

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June 28, 2017 – Canada Day E-Newsletter

Dear Constituents:

This weekend, we celebrate Canada Day – Canada’s 150th Birthday.  Canadians, across the land and overseas, will join together in July 1st festivities.

Whether they gather on Signal Hill, overlooking St. John’s harbour, for the pre-dawn flag raising ceremony; witness the noontime 21 gun salute and fly past on Parliament Hill; march in parades; attend concerts and BBQs; watch fireworks; are sworn in as Canadian citizens at special sessions of Citizenship Court; or, celebrate Canada Day abroad – July 1st is an important day for all Canadians.

“Colours of China” event on Saturday, July 15th

Under the Toronto Arts Foundation’s Arts In The Park program, Little Pear Garden Dance Company is doing a FREE performance for the public at Chester Le Park on Saturday, July 15th.

This will be a celebration of folk dances from different parts of China. The public can enjoy the performances, take part in workshops for people of all ages and hear from artists about their exotic adventures in the mountains of south western China.

You can find out more about Little Pear Garden Dance Company on Facebook, Twitter and website www.littlepeargarden.com.

 

 

June 25, 2017 – Eidul Fitr

As Eidul Fitr approaches, marking the end of Ramadan, I would like to offer warm regards to all who are observing this religious holiday.

The right to worship and observe the tenets of one’s faith is a basic right and is protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.