With the Municipal Elections coming up, this is the last week that I am able to send out my weekly e-Newsletter. If you can believe it, this is our 163rd eblast of the term. I want to thank each and every one of you who has taken the time to read this column, whether you've been getting them for years or you subscribed last week. I truly hope it's not only helped you get important information when you need it most, but also helped you feel more connected to our wonderful community here in Scarborough North. My office is still available to assist you with any questions or concerns, please stay in touch and never hesitate to reach out. Wishing you a Happy and Safe Summer!
Did you know?
Toronto's Pesticide Bylaw restricts the use of pesticides on all public and private properties in the City of Toronto. The bylaw applies to anyone who uses pesticides outdoors, including homeowners, renters, lawn care companies, golf courses and cemeteries. The term "pesticides" refers to substances designed to kill "pests" whether they be plant, insect, or fungus. Environmental and health experts agree that some common lawn and garden pesticides harm our health and environment. Children are especially vulnerable to health impacts of pesticides. For more information on the City of Toronto bylaw, please visit here.
Thank you for visiting my page! It is my honour to be your local representative in Ward 23 Scarborough North. As City Councillor, my tasks are to focus on every issue, large and small, that affects the community, including affordable housing, transit network expansion, economic growth, sustainability, health and community safety, etc. Let’s accomplish to build a better city together and please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.