Tuesday, 12 November 2019
I don't need to remind you of the challenges that Ontarians face every day under Premier Doug For and his Conservative government. One of those challenges is the lack of action to address the increase of gun violence in our streets and the long-lasting impact it has on people, families, and communities.
I've talked to parents and community members that are concerned and have been directly impacted by gun violence in their neighborhoods. They want change. That's earlier this year, I introduced a private members bill, Safe and Healthy Communities Act (Addressing Gun Violence), 2019 which:
1. Declares gun violence as a public health issue.
2. Allows for counselling services for survivors of gun violence to be covered by OHIP
3. Allows Boards of Health to develop programs and services for reducing gun violence.
It's time to get it passed.
We need government that will increase social economic opportunities in low income communities by investing in youth training, employment, mental health and access to post-secondary education which will lead to better outcomes for young people.
Ontario is ready for a leader who is not afraid to make the tough decisions, a leader with a modem and inclusive vision, someone ready to take on the Ford Conservatives and win.
The time is now.
1. Sign up now and become a member of the party Sign up now and become a member of the party
Don't wait. The deadline to become a member is December 2, 2019 at 6 p.m. Only party member can vote for the next leader of the Ontario Liberal Party.
Don't forget. Remember to ask your family and friends to join too and encourage them to tell 5 other people to do the same.
2. Donate to my campaign
Every dollar donated to my campaign helps me to keep fighting for a stronger Ontario.
I'll be tackling the topic of gun violence in our communities on Wednesday, November 13th at 9:30 a.m. at Queen's Park.
Monday, 11 November 2019
Gerry's Fast Foods one of Toronto's number one Caribbean restaurants and bakery opened its doors in 1977.
Jamaican born Gerry and Millicent Wong started out cooking delicious mouth watering dishes such as authentic curried goat, oxtail, stew beef, and Jamaica's national dish ackee and salt fish.
In addition to the authentic Jamaican food Gerry's is known for their scrumptious cakes from chocolate cakes, vanilla cakes, carrot cakes, banana bread, Easter bun, red velvet cakes, and the traditional black rum cake.
The pastries are baked from scratch right in the back of the restaurant as well as the thick golden patties made from scratch.
Gerry who has since retired shared his cooking and baking skills with his son Donovan who still keeps the family business up and running since its genesis 42 years ago on St Clair Avenue West.
Gerry and Millicent Wong brought a piece of Jamaica to the city of Toronto and has been featured on CBC by world known reporter for CBC Dwight Drummond who dubs Gerry's Fast Foods as the best take out Jamaican restaurant in Toronto.
Gerry's in the words of son Donovan "Always Tries To Maintain The Highest Quality."
If you have not had the chance to eat Jamaican food without flying to the island Gerry's is the place to be.
724 St.Clair Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario M6C 1B3
Its not too late to you get your order in for your black cake in time for the holidays call: (416) 652-0605