As we come to an end of Fire Prevention Week, I would like to recognize the hard working men and women who make up Central York Fire Services and work tirelessly in commitment to keeping our communities safe.Continue reading
The personal, social and economic impacts of COVID-19 on the mental health and well-being of Canadians is unprecedented and many are already calling it the second pandemic. However, a vaccine will not provide us with the cure for this pandemic.
We have an opportunity now to pro-actively develop and enhance programs and resources to adequately address this growing mental health pandemic and provide Canadians with the help they need.
This Friday, at the first meeting of the Standing Committee on Health (HESA), I intend to move a motion to study the impacts of COVID-19 on the mental health and well-being of Canadians. I hope to receive the support from all of my HESA colleagues to move forward with this very important study.Continue reading
The New Horizons for Seniors Program’s call for proposals is open until October 20th at 3:00 p.m.
Organizations can now apply for funding for projects that support seniors to stay connected and engaged during these challenging times.Continue reading
Every child matters.
I encourage all Canadians to learn about Phyllis Wellstad’s story and show their support and commitment to reconciliation through a deeper understanding of the impacts residential schools.Continue reading
Last week, the Speech from the Throne revealed the four foundations of our government’s vision for Canadas future:
🏛️ Protecting Canadians from COVID-19;
🏛️ Helping Canadians through the pandemic;
🏛️ Building back better;
🏛️ The Canada we’re fighting for.
Canadians expect us to work together and do whatever is needed to keep Canadians safe. And we’ve committed to doing exactly that.Continue reading