Click the image above, or visit the CBC Power & Politics link (01:55 to 10:50), to watch the video: https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1586225731905 MP Marco Mendicino discusses the steps the federal government is taking to combat gun violence.
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Toronto Star link: Struggling with violence, Lawrence Heights may not get the community centre it was promised Toronto.com link: Struggling with violence, Lawrence Heights may not get the community centre it was promised Marco Mendicino, Liberal MP for the area and parliamentary secretary to the federal Minister of Infrastructure, told the Star in his own… Read more »
Cision link: Actua Receives $12 Million in Funding from the Government of Canada’s CanCode Program Today, Marco Mendicino, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities and the Member of Parliament for Eglinton Lawrence announced that Actua will be receiving $12 million dollars as part of the second phase of the Government of Canada’s… Read more »
CP24 link: Feds invest $2.3 million in summer jobs for at-risk youth in GTA The federal government is investing $2.3 million in creating hundreds of additional summer jobs for at-risk youth in the Toronto area. Marco Mendicino, who is the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, made the announcement at Lawrence Heights… Read more »
CTV News link: Liberals accuse Scheer of Food Guide ‘misinformation,’ deny politicizing issue During the press conference, Petitpas Taylor was joined by infrastructure and communities parliamentary secretary Marco Mendicino. The pair questioned if a Scheer-led government would walk back other Liberal changes that they say are evidence and science-based, like the long-form census. Related links:… Read more »
The Sault Star link: City urges province to open up recreation infrastructure funding stream City council is urging the provincial government to open the Community Cultural and Recreation infrastructure funding stream so that municipalities can apply and upgrade its crumbling buildings. The motion, moved by Ward 5 Coun. Corey Gardi and Ward 3 Coun. Matthew… Read more »