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CHRISTMAS CAROL SING-ALONG: Terra Cotta

CHRISTMAS CAROL SING-ALONG
Fun Songs of the Season with Fr. Roman on guitar
at the Terra Cotta Community Centre
18 High Street. Terra Cotta L7C1P2
Dec 22nd. 2015

All ages bring your instruments and voices.
Let’s make the Community Centre resound with music.

Send any requests to 

terracottacommunitycentre@gmail.co

Hot Chocolate and Apple Cider served. 
  Bring a dessert to share with your neighbours, family and friends 

Ontario to Review Greater Toronto Area West Corridor Project

Ontario to Review Greater Toronto Area West Corridor Project

December 16, 2015 10:00 A.M.

The Ministry of Transportation has suspended its work on the environmental assessment of the Greater Toronto Area West Highway Corridor (GTA West). The project will be reviewed and an update will be provided in spring 2016.

Ontario is making unprecedented investments in public transit and transportation infrastructure to help manage congestion, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support the province’s economy. With new emerging technologies and a steadfast commitment to protect our natural heritage in Ontario, including the Greenbelt, it is essential to have a forward looking plan when it comes to relieving congestion.

The Ministry of Transportation would like to thank those who have participated in previously held public information centres as part of the environmental assessment process. No further public information centres will be scheduled at this time.

QUOTES

” Having the right transportation network in place that builds on our climate change commitments, our ability to embrace new and emerging technologies and the sharing economy, will help us plan for a flexible transportation system that adapts to our quickly changing landscape and positions our province for success for generations to come. ” – Steven Del Duca Minister of Transportation

Article from The Toronto Star

 

Help Refugees of the Syrian Crisis settle in Peel

Since 2011, more than 4 million Syrians have fled their homeland to escape the civil war.

The Canadian Government has committed to resettling 25,000 refugees in Canada. Approximately 10,000 Syrian refugees will arrive by the end of the year. The entire 25,000 is expected by the end of February.

United Ways across the country are working with community partners to advise where one can go for help. 211 is emerging as the ‘front door’ for Canadians wishing to help Syrian refugees or support the refugee settlement sector.

Here at home, the Peel Syrian Refugee Resettlement Committee has been struck to ensure the capacity of the human services sector to support refugees who find their way to Peel. This Committee is being Co-Chaired by Gayle Bursey, Acting Commissioner of Human Services, Region of Peel and Shelley White, President and CEO, United Way of Peel Region.

Find out how you can help here through the United Way.

Click here for LifelineSyria to help.

Ask how you can help through Caledon Community Services.

 

Town of Caledon announces new CAO Mike Galloway

Town of Caledon announces new CAO Mike Galloway

Mayor Allan Thompson and Council are pleased to announce Mike Galloway as the Town of Caledon’s new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), to begin in January 2016.

“Mike has a wealth of municipal experience and knowledge; he brings a fresh, forward-thinking leadership style to this role. Council is excited to work with him on advancing Caledon’s priorities and setting the stage for the future,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “I’m confident that he is just what we need and welcome Mike to his new role.”

“I am looking forward to working with Caledon’s progressive council and staff. The next decade is going to be some of the most important years for the community and its future,” said Galloway. “I was drawn to this role based on the direction the Town is taking, and I’m looking forward to working with administration to support the Mayor and Council.”

Mike has close to twenty years of leadership experience within municipal organizations in Ontario. He currently serves as CAO for one of Canada’s premier destinations, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, a position he has held since 2010. Under his leadership, Niagara-on-the-Lake has sustained a healthy, vibrant local economy while developing a fiscally responsible public service. Over the past few years, he has also been a key member of the Region of Niagara – Metrolinx/GO Leadership Team that is bringing GO Train service to Niagara.

Mr. Galloway is an instructor with the Executive Diploma in Municipal Management program and served fifteen years on the board of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) in numerous capacities, including Treasurer and Vice-President. He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, along with designations: Certified Municipal Officer (CMO) and Certified Municipal Manager III.