Ward 5 – You’re Invited!
On October 27, Ward 5 voters elected Carolyn Parrish to be their next Councillor.
Please come out to meet your new Councillor on Wednesday, November 5 at Malton Victory Hall.
Who: All Ward 5 residents
When: Wednesday, November 5, 7pm to 10pm
What: Meet your new Councillor, connect with neighbours, enjoy some light refreshments
Where: Malton Victory Hall, 3091 Victory Cres.
I am thrilled to have been elected Ward 5 Councillor in this year’s municipal election. Thank you to everyone who voted.
Ward 5 is an extremely diverse ward with two distinct but complementary sections that make an incredible challenge for those who would serve it well.
Filled with warm, friendly and hard-working people, Ward 5 residents deserve to be treated with respect and provided with excellent service from their Councillor.
“I have the ability to make things happen in Ward 5
because I can hit the ground running – no training required!”
I served in Ottawa for 13 years and am sincerely grateful for the opportunity and happy with my accomplishments there. I’ve chosen to return to local government and intend, with hard work and a little luck, to stay here and serve Ward 5.
As your Councillor, I will bring Ward 5 residents my extensive experience from the School board, federal government and local and regional councils.
My commitments to you:
- I pledge to remain your Councillor as long as you need and want me to represent you
- I will bring my experience and my ability to attract private sector donations and senior government grants to Ward 5
- I will ensure we get our fair share of the huge tax base that is produced in Ward 5
- I will watch carefully, every week at City and regional Council, ensuring not one penny of your hard-earned tax dollar is wasted
- Most importantly, I will ensure your calls are returned promptly, your questions answered and your opinions valued
- I will be your ‘long-term’ Councillor should you vote for me