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Welcome to the Markham-Stouffville
Weekly Update for July 21, 2019

 
Markham-Stouffville Provincial Youth Council
 
I'm pleased to share that I will be convening the first Markham-Stouffville Provincial Youth Council. The Youth Council is an opportunity for youth across the riding to provide feedback and input on how the Ontario government can better serve them.

Applications are now open! If you are in Grade 9-12 and would like to apply, please click here.

Parks Day at Rouge National Urban Park
 
Saturday, July 20 was Parks Day at the Rouge National Urban Park!
As  residents of Markham-Stouffville we are very fortunate to live so near to one of the best family day trips in Ontario: the Rouge National Urban Park.

I was very proud to be a part of the creation of the Rouge National Urban Park in 2015. A rich assembly of natural, cultural, and agricultural landscapes, the Rouge National Urban Park is home to:
  • amazing biodiversity
  • some of the last remaining working farms in the Greater Toronto Area 
  • Carolinian ecosystems
  • one of the region’s largest marshes
  • unspoiled beaches
  • amazing hiking opportunities
  • human history dating back over 10,000 years, including some of Canada's oldest known Indigenous sites
All of this and an array of fun family activities are available to you and your family on one of the best day trips you’ll have all summer.
 
This year, Parks Day events take place at the Zoo Road Welcome Area.
 
Located adjacent to the Toronto Zoo, off Zoo Road, this area of the park is known for its rare forests, restored wetlands, and stunning fall colours. Popular activities include hiking, bird-watching and fall photography. Winter activities include snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Click here to see a map of the welcome area.

You can get to the Zoo Road Welcome Area by car OR public transit.
You can plan your trip to Rouge National Urban Park at Triplinx.ca

 

Weekend Trips with GO Transit

Looking to take your family on a weekend getaway? This summer GO Transit offers service to destinations across the GTA and beyond for you and your family to enjoy. GO offers weekend service to Niagara Falls from Union Station where you can enjoy the falls, explore Clifton Hill, and experience the Fallsview Indoor Water Park. Remember, children under 12 ride free on the GO, so take advantage of this great opportunity to enjoy summer. For more details visit the Go Transit website here.
About the Riding

The provincial riding of Markham-Stouffville was created in 2018 and is made up of the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville and some parts of the City of Markham lying east of Highway 48, McCowan Road, and the Rouge River. In Markham we take in the communities of Dixon Hill, Markham Village, Raymerville, Cornell, Box Grove, Locust Hill, Legacy, and Greensborough, to name just a few. 

Have a look at this more detailed map:
Constituency Office Services
 
My constituency office is here to serve you. We offer assistance for various provincial government services such as the renewal of Driver's Licences, Health Cards, WSIB claims, ODSP/FRO cases, and any other service under provincial jurisdiction. Please call us at 905-642-2588 or email paul.calandra@pc.ola.org and my staff and I will be happy to assist you.

Wishing you a great weekend.

Best regards,

Paul Calandra, MPP
Markham-Stouffville
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