2018 Year in Review
We we close 2018 and start off a new year, I wanted to highlight on some of the amazing things that happened in our city this past year -Port Piers funding, GO Train announcement, improved transit routes, new businesses and investments – watch for those cranes, small business boom, progress on housing, election 2018, concerts, plays and sports events, partnership with our First Nations, festivals upon festivals, smart kiosks, electric charging station, community gardens, community building and investment in our parks.
You can view the 2018 Year in Review album here
We have lots to look forward to for 2019 – more activity at major construction sites, more cranes in the air, addressing housing needs and market by working with the private sector, investors and coming up with innovative options. New builds for housing – YWCA, NRH opening and rental apartments. We have new citizen advisory committees – more opportunity to get involved and engaged in the city and I have my annual State of the City on February 13, 2019.
I am proud of all that we accomplished and look forward to a year of optimism, momentum and compassion to push us forward into the future and create greater prosperity for all!