Walk a Mile In Her Shoes

I am pleased to announce that Richmond Hill will be one of the host communities for a fun event that will see men walking a mile in “heels” to support the elimination of Violence against Women. The event will take place at the Sheraton Parkway Hotel Sunday November 25th during…

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Richmond Hill Announces 2018 Business Innovators of the Year

Four Richmond Hill businesses received Richmond Hill’s Innovators of the Year Award for their accomplishments in transforming industries and positively contributing to the Richmond Hill, Canadian and world economies. The first-ever awards reception took place on Tuesday, October 30 at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. The four companies selected…

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Bees: Importance and Diversity

On Thursday, October 11, Dr. Laurence Packer spoke at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts (RHCPA) about the importance of Bees. This was a part of the Richmond Hill Speaker Series presented by Marj Andre, Mary Kot and the RHCPA.    It was a real pleasure to be…

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First Nation Community Public Space/Park

Last October a group of citizens, including myself, organized a sold out event at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts called The Secret Path – Walking Towards Reconciliation. This event brought our community together to discuss how to move forward with Canada’s efforts for reconciliation with our Indigineous Community.    As a follow up…

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Transportation Master Plan – Public Engagement

Traffic and Transportation are important issues for Richmond Hill residents. Our traffic engineering staff is currently holding public input sessions related to this topic through the process of updating our Transportation Master Plan. Staff have scheduled dates to engage Town residents for input and feedback through the first round of Public…

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Ward 4 Development Applications – Update

There are a number of development applications active in Ward 4 that continue to generate significant interest from residents.  This newsletter section is intended to keep everyone informed and updated about the status of these applications. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all active development applications…

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Council News and Highlights

1.  Richmond Hill Blooms Gala and Ward 4 Winners On September 13th Richmond Hill honoured 18 beautiful Front Yard Gardens (3 of them in Ward 4), at the Richmond Hill Blooms Awards ceremony. Congratulations to all the winners for making our community even more beautiful! 1st Place – 290 Gretel Drive   2nd…

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A New Term of Council

The election campaign is over, the signs have been removed, the campaign office has been cleaned out, and I am looking forward to getting back to work as the Richmond Hill Ward 4 Councillor, helping to make our community the best it can be. As I said many times during…

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