Seniors Active Living Centre
Our government is investing $14.3 m in Seniors Active Living Centre (SALC) programs for the up coming year. Hundreds of programs are offered in – person and remotely, including teleconferences, online videos, and one-on-one phone calls to help seniors stay connected from home. Seniors Active Living Centre will help seniors stay fit, active, healthy and […]
I share my heartfelt condolences with the family and friends of the renowned former Mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion.
Tamil Heriage Month Celebration-Kailasa Canada
As January comes to an end, I’d like to wish everyone a happy Tamil Heritage month! Thank you to Kailasa Canada for your work in the community and for hosting the Tamil Heritage Month Celebration.
Feb 7 (Tuesday), 10 AM – 4 PM, Virtual Seniors Active Living Fair 2023
We would like to inform you that there will be one upcoming Seniors Fair hosted virtually by North York Seniors Centre: Feb 7 (Tuesday), 10 AM – 4 PM, Virtual Seniors Active Living Fair 2023 With guest appearances from the Hon. Stan Cho, and the Hon. Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors & Accessibility Our government invested $14.3 million […]
Toronto region Budget Consultations 2023
It was a full house at the Toronto region Budget Consultations 2023 yesterday in #Willowdale with @stanchompp @rickbyers.ca Thank you to everyone for participating & sharing on the #ONBudget. Your input is invaluable to help reflect the needs of the community. If you have anything you’d like to share for the budget, visit: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2023-budget-consultations
Ontario Expanding Mental Health Services for Children and Youth
Our government is investing $4.75 million to expand the “One Stop Talk” virtual “walk-in” counselling program to connect children, youth and their families with more convenient and timely access to mental health counselling by phone, video, text and chat without an appointment, no matter where they live.
In addition to “One Stop Talk”, our government is also significantly expanding the number of Youth Wellness Hubs across the province to make it faster and easier for youth to connect with primary care, mental health and substance use support, social services and more. Through the Addictions Recovery Fund, our government is adding eight additional sites to the network, bringing the total to 22 across the province.
To date, over $525 million in funding has been provided as part of the Roadmap to Wellness – our government’s comprehensive plan to improve the quality and access to mental health supports while shortening wait times and removing gaps in service.
The Ontario government is working with its rural municipal partners to build housing, encourage economic growth and development, reduce red tape, strengthen the agri-food sector and promote rural municipalities as great places to live, work and do business.
2023 GreenLife Chinese Alumni Spring Gala
I am pleased to express my warmest greetings and wholehearted congratulations to the 2023 Chinese Alumni Spring Gala Committee in celebration of the 2023 GreenLife Chinese Alumni Spring Gala in North York. 2023 GreenLife Chinese Alumni Spring Gala provides the perfect platform for artists and performers to showcase a multitude of their talents and skills. […]
Community Health and Information Fair for Women and Families (Wednesday, January 25th, 2023)
Happy Chinese Lunar New Year!
Happy #ChineseLunarNewYear! Wishing you a happy and prosperous year of the Rabbit, filled with success and good fortunes.