You know as well as I the importance of our community in our lives.
That's why, for me, it has been such a great honour to serve the residents of Ward 29. Together we have worked to make our community vibrant, liveable, green and prosperous. We have improved our parks, made our neighbourhoods safer, beautified our public spaces and worked to steer development so as to strengthen our local neighbourhoods.
The current Ward 29 will join the neighbourhoods of Moore Park, South Rosedale, North Rosedale and a small part of East York currently in Ward 31 in a new ward – Ward 34 – later this year. This fall’s municipal election will be based on these new ward boundaries and they will come into effect on December 1, 2018.
As the current City Councillor in Ward 29, I am running for re-election in the new Ward 34. I am seeking to continue my work strengthening public transit; enhancing local food security; improving our economy; protecting Toronto against the impacts of climate change and tackling the poverty that still haunts our city. My vision for a better tomorrow for all means we must avoid the polarizing debates that detract from evidence-based decision-making.
You will hear more from me in the coming months about my vision and my track record.
I ask that you support my re-election so we can work together to build a thriving, sustainable and caring Toronto with safe, livable neighbourhoods.
Working for you,