The Costs of the Pandemic

I really want this message to be a positive one, because I have good news to share. Yesterday, Regional Council ratified a motion I was proud to move along with the Mayors of Brampton and Mississauga urging the Prime Minister and Premier to immediately implement Paid Sick Leave and an extension of the Infectious Disease…

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Silver Linings

In the middle of the craziness we are facing right now, there are good things happening in our community of communities. Families and friends are connecting in new and meaningful ways. Parents and children are talking more. I heard on the radio today about a Mom who is using this time to teach her 10…

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Unsung Heroes

While many of us are working from our homes, there are people who are on the front lines in our communities making sure we have food to eat, medicine and healthcare. They work in the grocery stores and pharmacies, they are truck drivers, farmers, food production and take out food employees, nurses, doctors, police, fire,…

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National AccessAbility Week

The Town of Caledon is a nationally recognized leader in universal design. During National AccessAbility Week (May 27- June 2, 2019) I joined town staff to take a tour of Snelgrove Place where the apartments showcase many accessibility features.

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