First Meetup with Mr. Kevin Clarke

I joined TTC for the first time since my incident in April, specifically to meet with Mr. Kevin Clarke and offered to help with his mayoral campaign. Unfortunately Im late, but it helps. However, when I got to his place, he was nowhere to be seen. I looked around his apartment and wondered "Where is he?". Finally someone sitting at the door said "You look lost". I told him I was looking for Mr Clarke. He laughed and replied, "Dont worry, he was probably headed to Tim Hortons or McDonalds five minutes ago. Youll probably see him screaming in the streets as usual, wearing a brown suit. Yeah, you cant miss it." ." I thanked him and ran to Tim… I found someone in a brown jacket, but it wasnt him. Later on my way to McDonalds, I found a man in a suit standing over a public mailbox yelling at the driver about his candidacy to bring change to Toronto. Especially for the homeless and vulnerable people. He wasnt wearing brown clothes as others had said but I knew right away that he was Mr Clarke. Thats how I first met him. Although he was surprisingly soft-spoken when I met him and struggled to hear him at times, I could tell that he was a very thoughtful and passionate man who clearly saw the opportunity he was facing. Ignored as he continued to move towards his goal. . His people, of whom he lived, himself. Although we may have different perspectives on how to help the people of Toronto, his heart is strong and pure. He is a faithful servant of God and an inspiration to everyone in Toronto. Either black or white, rich or poor. This is why I feel he is the one who should really represent the city of Toronto as mayor. One thing that stuck with me was what he did with the Canadian flag and the people. Even though we all look different and have different amounts of melanin, in the end she says we are all red and white inside. We all have red blood cells and white blood cells that keep us alive and together. So our red and white flag represents all Canadians, that we are all brothers and sisters at the end of the day.

motto of Ferin Y Malek (4 Mayor)

"Be honest, loyal and have solid morals and ethics, rest all will follow."
Vote on 24th October
My motto:
1.) Equality for all genders of society.
2.) Stricter rules and regulations to promote more biking lanes, trees and sidewalks.
3. Have more policing around the city.
4.) No carding unnecessarily based on their colour as it hurts peoples mental health.
5.) Homelessness should be eliminated. Provide them permanent shelters.
6.) Noise pollution should be reduced and strict policies should be formed.
7.) Yearly monitoring of rent and tax increase or decrease.
8.) More shelters in general for all genders of society.
9. Hunger and poverty should be eliminated.
10.)Streetcars, buses and trains should be free for first 3 days for newcomers and students.
11.) Rentbank help and rent cap.
12.) More Arts budget.
13.) Businesses shouldnt pay 120% tax. Make it less based on evaluations.
14.) More equal pay for LGBTQ+, women and Indigenous people.
15.) Hire more women in workplace.
16.) Returning women after maternity should be given priority and equal stand when they return to work
13.) Many more policies based on yearly evaluation.
14.)Make Healthcare a prioroty and make system work faster
15.) Construction funding for building more hospitals and hiring doctors faster for the City of Toronto. Make Medical entrance for Canada a bit easier so that more doctors can serve our society.
16.) Higher tax for empty properties and eliminate air tax for businesses.

Re-elect Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown was elected Mayor of Brampton in October 2018 on a platform of getting Brampton back on track and receiving a fair deal from our provincial and federal governments.

Patrick was born in Toronto in 1978 of Irish and Italian descent. He graduated from St. Michael’s College, then studied political science at the University of Toronto and graduated with a law degree from the University of Windsor. He began his law practice in Brampton where his father Edmond has practiced for more than 40 years. Patrick’s mother Judy is a retired high school principal.

Patrick has had a long involvement in serving in government. He was first elected in 2000 as a Councillor in the City of Barrie. He served two terms on City Council before getting elected as the Member of Parliament. He was re-elected in 2008 and 2011. From 2006-2014 Patrick was the Chair of the Canada-India Parliamentary Association and he also served as Chair of the GTA Caucus from 2011-15.

In May 2015 Patrick was elected Leader of the Ontario PC Party. He became the Member of Provincial Parliament in September 2015 for the riding of Simcoe North. He served as Leader of the Official Opposition and Education Critic.

Patrick and his wife Genevieve live in Downtown Brampton with their son Theodore and daughter Savannah

Highlights Elections 2022

The 2022 City and School Council elections will be held on Monday, October 24. Polling timings are from 10 am to 8 pm.
• Polling location information will be available on the Citys website in September.
• If you are unable to attend on October 24th, consider voting on one of the early voting days on October 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, or 15th. Advanced voting information will be available on the Citys website in September. Advance voting is also a good option for community members who may be busy celebrating Diwali and Bandi Chur Diwas, which fall on voting day this year.
• Proxy Voting: If you are an eligible Brampton voter who is unable to attend on voting day or at a previous voting date, you may appoint another eligible Brampton voter to vote on your behalf. Every person whose name is entered in the voter list or who is included in the voter list can vote through his proxy. More information about proxy voting will be available soon on the Citys website.
• Home Voting Service: Eligible voters who are staying at home due to illness, injury or disability can apply to vote using the Home Voting Service on October 11, 12 and 13. Limited appointments will be available to those who meet the eligibility requirements. More information about the service and the appointment process will be available soon on the Citys website.
• Bring your ID: Voters must have an ID showing their name and valid Brampton address to vote. See the list of acceptable documents for identification before voting.
• Apply now to become a City Electoral Officer and help with administration and customer service tasks on voting day. More than 2,000 vacancies are available. Preference will be given to Brampton residents 18 years of age and older. This is a great opportunity to gain new skills, get to know City staff and connect with your community.
Third Party Advertising: Potential third party advertisers can apply to advertise on Brampton until October 21st. Information about third-party advertising, eligibility requirements and the registration process is available here.

City has now delivered 1.6 million vaccine doses

The city says 1.6 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the city (total population, nearly 3 million).

Just over 650,000 more people have booked a vaccination appointment at a city-run clinic, while tens of thousands more will get their first doses at pop-up and mobile sites in the coming weeks.

However, with the province planning to shift its vaccine strategy away from hot spots, there is a chance the citys vaccination rate could slow.

On Thursday, Ontario announced its stay-at-home order will remain in place until "at least" June 2.

The City of Toronto, meanwhile, has been in lockdown since last November.