Councillor Matlow's City Hall and Community Update: Summer 2022

Dear Residents,

I hope this finds you healthy and well. As always, I hope that you find this e-newsletter helpful and informative.

Due to the upcoming municipal election on October 24th, integrity rules state that I am unable to send out community updates after August 1st. Therefore, you will receive my next update later in the fall if I continue to have the honour to serve you. Over the past four years, we have achieved so much together, in every one of our Toronto-St. Paul's neighbourhoods and the many important initiatives we have brought to City Hall to improve our city.

Councillor Matlow's City Hall and Community Update (2022)

Free Ukraine Square and Actions to Support Ukraine

Earlier this month, it was my honour to unveil "Free Ukraine Square" with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, accompanied by Mayor John Tory and MP Carolyn Bennett in front of the Russian consulate at 60 St. Clair Ave E. Yesterday, City Council was honoured by the virtual presence of the Mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko. As the bloody and murderous Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, The City of Toronto will keep its website updated with services we can provide, working with the federal and provincial governments, including refugee support. Please click here for more information.

Councillor Matlow's City Hall and Community Update (November)

Marking Remembrance Day and Indigenous Veterans Day

This month, we express our gratitude to the brave men and women of our armed forces, including up to 12,000 Indigenous veterans, who have served, sacrificed and fought for our peace and freedom. Lest we forget. In 2021, we also mark the 100th Anniversary of the poppy being used as a Canadian symbol of remembrance.

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