Scarborough Agincourt residents appear to support a new mid-rise building planned for the area of Highway 401 and Victoria Park Avenue.
Opening the door is a man who gives off this positive energy and calmness. Offering food, snacks and beverages you wouldn’t guess that his future endeavours would lay on the next hours results.
Council candidate Jim Karygiannis edged out his opponents with a victory in Ward 39 Scarborough-Agincourt. Coun. Mike Del Grande had previously held the position but announced in February that he would not run again. Karygiannis…
The Federal Electoral Boundary Commission has proposed changes for the Scarborough-Agincourt riding. Through an announcement on his website, MP Jim Karygiannis of the riding explained that the Boundary Commission has been touring the province over the past year, making proposed changes to the electoral map.
A former Scarborough resident is in jail in Saudi Arabia along with his two small kids and wife. Majeed Uddin Ahmed and his wife Zareen were arrested on Sept. 22, 2011 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on unknown charges, according to a statement released by Jim Karygiannis, MP for Scarborough-Agincourt.
A packed house of supporters at the Queen Victoria pub on Midland Avenue cheered the news of Liberal candidate Soo Wong’s victory Oct. 6 in Scarborough-Agincourt.
Scarborough-Agincourt has 3 Asian MPP candidates in the upcoming Ontario Provincial election. Lots of Chinese immigrants are encouraged to come out and volunteer in canvassing teams.
Long-time Scarborough-Agincourt MPP Gerry Phillips has declared he is leaving his position — for good. With Phillips retiring, the premier and his party are losing an important general ahead of the looming Oct. 6 provincial election fight.
Scarborough-Agincourt MPP Gerry Phillips announced his retirement on March 25. “I love the job, it is very rewarding,” he said. “But having to commit to another four years in office entails a lot of time and effort. I am not prepared to make that kind of commitment.”
The room quickly filled with excited volunteers ranging from teenagers to seniors. Some were seeing each other for the first time in months. They had gathered in Liberal MP Jim Karygiannis’s campaign office on March 30 to cheer him on as he officially launched his eighth run for the Scarborough-Agincourt seat in the May 2 federal election.