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September 22, 2006
Media Advisory - Steeles L’Amoreaux Community Service Fair showcases 70 local groups
  
Councillors Michael Del Grande (Ward 39 Scarborough-Agincourt) and Norm Kelly (Ward 40 Scarborough-Agincourt) will join local residents at the Steeles L’Amoreaux Community Service Fair. Residents, particularly immigrants and newcomers, will have an opportunity to connect with a wide range of supports and services available to them.

The fair, presented by the Steeles L’Amoreaux Neighbourhood Action Team, local community organizations and Bridlewood Mall, features information booths by over 70 agencies and City services, including Enterprise Toronto, Children’s Services, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, Public Health, Toronto Community Housing Corporation, Public Library, Social Services and Toronto Police Service. Neighbours can also get first-hand information about employment, education and the many services and supports that benefit families and children, newcomers, seniors and youth. Refreshments will be available.

Date: Saturday, September 23
Time: Noon (speeches at 1:45 p.m.)
Location: Bridlewood Mall, 2900 Warden Ave. (Warden and Finch Avenues)

The City of Toronto’s Community Safety Plan is supported by four pillars: strong neighbourhoods; a co-ordinated crisis response program; employment and engagement opportunities for youth; and youth justice that balances enforcement with prevention. Part of building strong neighbourhoods is to connect government and community services and resources towards the shared goal of making communities safer. The Steeles L’Amoreaux Neighbourhood Action Team is one of 13 teams in place across Toronto to create and enhance these critical connections.


Media contacts:

Adair Heath
Community Development Officer
Social Development
Finance & Administration
416-397-1749


 

 

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