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May 2017 e-Newsletter

Dear Constituents,

I hope this finds you well and that you are taking the opportunity to enjoy the Spring weather.

Thank you to all residents who participated in the Community Cleanup Day on Saturday, April 22nd including the Lion’s Club, and the Heathwood and Chester Le community associations. Thank you for doing our part to protect our Earth and keep our neighbourhoods clean.

I had the pleasure of attending several events in Scarborough-Agincourt in the past weeks including: the St. John’s McNicoll Centre Volunteer Appreciation Event, the Canadian Armenian Community’s Armenian Genocide Ceremony, and the 2017 Annual International Children’s Art Contest. If there is an event you wish to share, please contact my office directly using the contact information below.

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

  • Our Victory – a new provincial Non-Resident Speculation Tax
  • “Let’s Get Together” Toronto Parent Expo on Saturday, May 6th
  • FREE Early Years Conference and Summit on Wednesday, May 10th
  • Toronto Newcomer Day at Toronto City Hall on Monday, May 15th
  • TPS 42 Division Open House on Saturday, May 13th
  • Agincourt “Tree for Me” Event on Saturday, May 27th – FREE Tree Seeds!
  • Survey for Toronto Seniors Strategy – Your Input Needed!
  • Road Re-surfacing on Ambercroft Boulevard
  • Spring Restoration Plantings at L’Amoreaux Park North
  • Notification – Hydro One Work in Agincourt
  • Notification – Scarborough District Boulevard Grass Cutting
  • Notification – City of Toronto Creates Local Appeal Body to Expedite Land Use Hearings
  • Notification – Toronto Police Service Modernization
  • Weekend Event Road Closures on May 6th and May 7th

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.

I look forward to seeing you soon.



Jim Karygiannis

May 3m 2017 – World Press Freedom Day

May 3rd is World Press Freedom Day – a time to talk about violations of press freedom.

It is a time to remember that, in many countries around the world, the media is censored; fined; suspended and closed down; while journalists, editors and publishers are harassed; attacked; kidnapped; and, even murdered. Just as importantly, it is a time to encourage and develop initiatives in support of press freedom and to assess the state of press freedom throughout the world.