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Welcome to the Markham-Stouffville
Weekly Update for August 16, 2019

Fine drivers for blocking e-car charge stations, Markham-Stouffville MPP Paul Calandra proposes
"Drivers who take up electric vehicle charging spots but don’t plug in should be zapped with a $125 fine, says the Tory MPP who has proposed a private member’s bill to address a growing frustration for eco-friendly motorists." Click here to go to the full article in the Toronto Star...
2019 National Championship, Canadian Electric Wheel Chair Hockey Association
On July 26, I joined the Canadian Electric Wheel Chair Hockey Association at their 2019 National Championship. It was a great game, with a great group of people!
The Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association (CEWHA) is a national, charitable organization. Established in Toronto in 1980, the mission of the CEWHA is to provide a quality hockey program for all persons with disabilities who have limited upper body strength and/or mobility, who could significantly benefit from the use of an electric wheelchair in competitive sport and daily living.
Learn more about the CEWHA in this video.
Ontario Parks
There is an endless list of things to see and do for people of all ages in our parks!
Whether you want to go hiking, swimming, canoeing, camping or touring a Visitor’s Centre this weekend, or plan a trip to see the leaves change colour in the fall, you can receive the latest Ontario Parks information by subscribing to the newsletter. You'll be among the first to know about special places and activities at parks, important dates and events, and you will get an inside look at the work that Ontario Parks does. Click here to subscribe.
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.
Road Safety
Of course you know the rules for safe driving – everybody does. 
Whether you’ve been driving for 30 days or 30 years, it’s good to stay up-to-date on new rules and remind yourself of old ones. Click here to learn more.
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.

On behalf of my entire team, I would like to wish you and your family a very happy Civic Holiday long weekend. Our office will be closed on August 5th but will re-open on August 6th. 

Best regards,

Paul Calandra, MPP
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