Laziridis School of Business to survey Caledon residents
Wilfrid Laurier University’s Laziridis School of Business will be conducting a survey about the “customer service experience” when dealing with the Town of Caledon.
The survey is available online at caledon.ca/survey.
“Customer service is a priority in the Council Work Plan, and I encourage everyone to share information about their experience dealing with Town,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “The feedback collected about the current quality of customer service will help us better understand the needs of our customers, help identify improved ways to deliver customer service, and provide important information when planning future service delivery.”
Students from the Laziridis School of Business MBA program will be at the following locations in Caledon conducting in-person surveys:
· Town Hall (6311 Old Church Road): Friday, March 31
· Town of Caledon recreation facilities: Sunday, April 2
The survey was developed by The Laziridis School of Business and Economics and approved by the Wilfrid Laurier University Research Ethics Board.
In response to the information request made during the Community Investment Program (CIP) Presentation at Regional Council, here are the following outcomes:
· “Strengthening Peel’s Non-profit System – Community Investment Program”
· A “by agency” summary of Community Investment Program funding for 2014 to 2016 (note: 2014 was the first full year for the new program)
HUM-0609 CIP Program infographic-v6CIP Allocations 2014 to 2016 presented by funding type
Peel will be hosting the 2017 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Summer Games! The Games will feature athletics, soccer, softball, golf and bocce. With almost 800 athletes along with, coaches, staff and spectators, supported by over 600 community volunteers, will come together to be part of this wonderful event and give Peel the opportunity to showcase our region and exceptional hospitality.
Special Olympics Ontario is an organization whose impact on the lives of those with intellectual disabilities is unparalleled. Through active participation in sport, Special Olympics athletes develop confidence in their abilities, which carries through to all aspects of their lives. They learn to make and maintain meaningful relationships, as they become friends with other athletes, coaches, and families. All who have been involved with supporting Special Olympics have witnessed the joy and spirit of these amazing athletes.
On Saturday, February 18th, Councillor Jennifer Innis and i took the Plunge into the icy waters with our friend Jason Scorcia, who challenged us to go with him. We were of course up to the challenge and had a great time! Thanks to Peel Regional Police for organizing it and to Jennifer and Jason for taking the Plunge with me!
Learn more about the Special Olympics and especially how you can sponsor an athlete.
See our adventure captured by the Caledon Citizen!
Mono Mills tractor trailer roll-over clean up continuing
Caledon Fire and Emergency Services, Caledon OPP and officials from the Ministry of the Environment are on scene at a tractor trailer roll-over near Mono Mills (highway 9 east of Airport Road). The focus is on protecting the wetlands. A spill contractor, in conjunction with two clean-up crews are also on scene. Caledon OPP is providing traffic control and anticipate the road will be closed for most of today.
Further updates will be provided this afternoon.
Please find attached Region of Peel Project Notice pertaining to project numbers 14-4007 / 17-4135 / 17-4685, Construction of Cheltenham Badlands off-street parking lot, pedestrian walkway, on-street accessible parking, and hot mix asphalt resurfacing on Olde Base Line Road, from 50m West of Creditview Road to 1.0km East of Creditview Road, in the Town of Caledon.