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September 8, 2017 – E-Newsletter

Dear Constituent:

I hope this message finds you and your family well. I extend my best wishes to our children starting this new school year in our local schools.

Especially at this time of year, it is important to remind ourselves to stay safe while driving our children to school. You may have noticed “Slow Down Signs” on the lawns near schools. These serve to remind passing motorists that they are in a school zone and must slow down. If you would like a “Slow Down Sign” delivered to your home for use on your lawn, please click here.

I want to take this opportunity to share information on news and events happening in Scarborough-Agincourt and across the city. Particularly:

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 jim@karygiannis.net.

Please take a minute and pass this email to your neighbors, family and friends.



Jim Karygiannis

September 5, 2017 – Councillor Karygiannis joins the Women of Saint Lucia to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their arrival to Canada

Toronto, ON – Councillor Jim Karygiannis, Ward 39 Scarborough – Agincourt, is joined by the Consul General for Saint Lucia in Toronto, Ms. Cheryl Francis, and the former Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, The Hon. Stephenson King, to honour and celebrate the fiftieth (50th) anniversary of the arrival of women from the island state Saint Lucia.

The Honourable Stephenson King former PM of St. Lucia and Jim Karygiannis peaking with one of the golden girls

The Golden Girls and Jim Karygiannis joined by the consulate general of St.Lucia and former PM Hon. Stephenson King

August 30, 2017 – City of Toronto recreation activities and attractions available during Labour Day long weekend

City of Toronto recreation activities and attractions available during Labour Day long weekend

The City of Toronto will offer a wide variety of activities for residents and visitors over the Labour Day long weekend, with many family attractions open. On Labour Day – Monday, September 4 – City recreation centres will be closed and their recreation programs will not operate.

August 30, 2017 – E-Newsletter

Dear Constituent:




I hope this message finds you and your family well and that you are enjoying the beautiful last days of summer in Toronto.

Next week marks the beginning of the school year for our children. I wish all new and returning students in our local schools good luck in starting this new chapter in their education.