Community Newsletter SPRING 2020

Dear friends, Due to COVID-19, I have decided to not send out my community newsletter that was scheduled for this past month. Canada Post workers are deemed an essential service, but the less they have to deliver during this pandemic, helps to flatten the curve. I want to thank those workers for their commitment to…

NEW: Online Petition PROTECT OUR FUTURE: SAVE OJIBWAY SHORES! Support a National Urban Park Now

As this issue progresses, I have added an online petition to help garner support and gather names to support making Ojibway Shores into a National Urban Park. You can click here to sign the online petition which reads, PROTECT OUR FUTURE: SAVE OJIBWAY SHORES! Support a National Urban Park Now Brian Masse started this petition to Government…

PETITION CALLING ON THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TO TRANSFER OJIBWAY SHORES AND INITIATE THE PROCESS FOR A NATIONAL URBAN PARK

PETITION CALLING ON THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TO TRANSFER OJIBWAY SHORES AND INITIATE THE PROCESS FOR A NATIONAL URBAN PARK Ojibway Shores is a 33 acre parcel of land which is the last undeveloped natural shoreline on the Detroit River in Canada and an ecological treasure hosting rare flora, fauna and countless species-at-risk and is…

Summer 2019 Community Newsletter

Dear friends, Welcome to summer!  I hope you all enjoy a safe and relaxing time with your families and friends. Included you will find information on recent developments on the cell phone and wireless file.  As well, the recommendations from the Government’s study on pharmacare are laid out, our work to stop the CRA fraud…

Celebrating CANADA DAY!

Dear friends, Happy Canada Day!  I have included some Canada Day colouring pages on the back side of this newsletter and some fun facts about our country for your information.  I look forward to seeing you at the local Canada Day  celebrations.  You are all invited to come out to the Canada Day Parade and…