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Have you had the chance to see your Ward 35 candidates debate the local issues yet? Last week, Paul took his opponents head-on at the Rogers TV studio as they debated key issues like affordable housing, public transit, and bicycle lanes. The televised debate … Continue reading
It was great to speak with so many Ward 35 residents this morning outside the Victoria Park Subway Station. Thank you to everyone who stopped to chat about improving our public transit system! I hope to run into many more … Continue reading
A great evening participating with many residents of Southwest Scarborough in the Birchmount Bluffs Neighbourhood Centre’s Annual General Meeting and BBQ. The Birchmount Bluffs Neighbourhood Centre (BBNC) runs fitness and wellness programs for residents ranging in age from infants to … Continue reading
Preparing for a big canvass on the long weekend. Proud to be marching in the Toronto Labour Day Parade with fellow high school teachers and my friend Paulina Corpuz, Candidate for Catholic School Trustee in Scarborough.
A walk through Ward 35 with Toronto Star columnist Shawn Micallef, discussing some of the issues affecting our community.
“I was shy about canvassing at first, fearing people would slam the door, but people have been overwhelmingly nice and polite,” says Paul Bocking, a Toronto City Council candidate in Ward 35 Scarborough Southwest. “I taught at Birchmount Park Collegiate … Continue reading
Visiting Crossroads of the Danforth Business Improvement Area’s pop-up bookstore, which is raising money for street lights along the south side of Danforth Avenue between Victoria Park and Warden.The only stretch of Bloor-Danforth without full lighting is in Scarborough. We shouldn’t … Continue reading
Enjoying a lovely summer day with campaign volunteers at the annual Church of St. Bede Community Fair on Westbourne Ave.
Great day canvassing with our team in Ward 35! Residents are interested in talking about politics and their ideas for how our ward and the city could be improved. Good jobs and affordable TTC fares are priorities. Toronto City Council: … Continue reading