TORONTO – Jim Karygiannis, Councillor for Ward 39, is pleased that Toronto City Councillors have voted for his Motion to request City staff to report on the issues in a critical report from Toronto Paramedic Services with respect to poor workplace morale.
TORONTO – Jim Karygiannis, Councillor for Ward 39, today expressed his pleasure that Toronto City Council has voted to request City staff examine the tunneling option of the East Gardiner Expressway.
I would like to take this opportunity to extend my best wishes to members of the Canadian Philippine community on the occasion of Philippine Independence Day or Araw ng Kalayaan.
Tomorrow, the City of Toronto will decide which vision of the eastern gardiner will prevail. Unlike other decisions, the future of every resident across the GTHA will be affected by this vote. Liuna (Labourers International Union of North America) and its 70,000 members across the GTHA urge council not to rush to a decision but rather consider all options.
We are been asked to make a decision which will impact the citizens of the City of Toronto for the next century.
All opinions with respect to the Gardiner Expressway have their merit and there is indeed an impassioned debate.
TORONTO – Jim Karygiannis, Councillor for Ward 39, will move a Motion directing the City Manager to report to the September 30 – October 1, 2015 City Council meeting on the issues raised by Local 416 EMS Unit in its April 2015 report “Toronto Paramedic Services Crisis in the Workplace – Identifying the Issues and Resolutions of Poor Morale”.
“The TTC is proposing to build a transit garage, to maintain over 200 buses, at the northeast corner of Kennedy Road and McNicoll Avenue, adjacent to the Mon Sheong Seniors Home.
I would like to take this opportunity to extend my best wishes to members of the Buddhist faith in Canada on the occasion of Vesak Day.
Vesak is a significant day in the Buddhist calendar as it marks the birth, enlightenment and passing away of Gautama Buddha.
TORONTO – Jim Karygiannis, Councillor for Ward 39, Scarborough-Agincourt, welcomed a group of seniors from Scarborough to the City of Toronto’s inaugural Newcomer Day.
“Today was an exciting day at Toronto City Hall, as participants in the Senior Settlement program at the Centre for Immigrant and Community Services, joined hundreds of immigrants to learn how their local government works.” said Mr. Karygiannis. “It was also a time to celebrate the rich diversity of our community.”
I would like to take this opportunity to extend my best wishes to members of the Canadian Guyanese community on the occasion of Guyanese Independence Day.