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Seniors’ Information Session 2019
The Seniors’ Information Session is designed to help seniors and their families learn about the benefits and programs offered by the Municipal, Provincial and Federal governments, as well as community organizations. Representatives will be setting up booths where you can obtain information and ask questions about the services they provide; discuss issues of interest to you; and, express your concerns.
Welcome back! I hope that you had a restful and enjoyable summer break. To those of you coming back for another school year – I wish you all the best with your studies and encourage you to find a good balance between school and daily life.
Recently members of the Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments announced funding for infrastructure and transit projects in the Greater Toronto Area.
While I appreciate that all three levels of government are committed to improving public transit in Toronto, I have reservations about the decision to provide funding for SmartTrack, an ever-changing enigma of a transit project.
I hope that you and your family are doing well.
This month will be a busy one in Scarborough-Agincourt. As we head into the latter months of summer, there will be a variety of events and general outdoor activities happening around the community.
Happy Canada Day! This weekend, Canadians from coast to coast to coast and abroad will come together to celebrate Canada’s 152nd birthday. 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 overseas – July 1st is an important day for all Canadians.
Please celebrate a safe and happy Canada Day with your friends, family and neighbours.
If you would like your community event to be included in our next e-newsletter, please contact my office. For any questions, I can be reached by phone at 416-392-1374 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
I would like to invite residents to a free Community BBQ in support of the campaign against the closure of the Obstetrics and In-Patient Pediatrics Departments at the Scarborough Hospital – Birchmount Site, affectionately known in our community as the “Scarborough Grace”.
With the beginning of summer, the Scarborough-Agincourt community will be gearing up for a variety of events and activities. My office will be hosting a free Community BBQ in support of the campaign against the closures of the Obstetrics and In-Patient Pediatrics Departments at the Scarborough Hospital – Birchmount Site, affectionately known in our community as the “Scarborough Grace”.
May 2019 Neighbourhood Email Blast
Spring is here! With the arrival of warmer days in Toronto, my office has pieced together a Ward Report detailing upcoming community events, construction projects and general goings-on around Ward 22, Scarborough-Agincourt. Please take a moment to read the latest Ward Report at the following link: http://karygiannis.net/wp/2019/05/09/may-9-2019-ward-report-2019/ . A physical copy of this Ward Report is in the mail to your household to be delivered next week.
I hope this message finds you and your family well.
This month will be a busy one in Scarborough-Agincourt. With the arrival of warmer days in Toronto, there will be more neighborhood cleanup events and general outdoor activities happening around the community.