When constructed, this page will update you on the many issues Councillor Matlow is working on of behalf of the residents of Ward 22, St. Paul’s.
TED ROGERS SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AT RYERSON UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGING Institute to focus on practical, actionable insight and innovation related to both the financial and health aspects of successful aging TORONTO, Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 --- Canada is aging faster than ever before and in the next two decades the [...]
Sunday, February, 21, 2016- The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 79, which represents approximately 21,000 inside workers, has announced they will begin a work-to-rule campaign beginning at 12:01AM Monday. What this means is that these city workers will complete their job obligations but refuse to do any extra duties, as are [...]
Dear residents, I’ve always appreciated many aspects of the Gardiner Expressway. It offers one of the most breathtaking views of Toronto’s skyline. The experience of travelling through the city’s core suspended amidst a canyon of shimmering glass towers never fails to excite me. It is a truly awe-inspiring vantage point from which to view [...]
For immediate release MEDIA ADVISORY May 7, 2014 Councillor Josh Matlow to Host Performance by Sharon, Lois & Bram Residents invited to naming ceremony for Sharon, Lois & Bram Playground at June Rowlands (Davisville) Park City Hall - Councillor Josh Matlow (Ward 22) invites Torontonians to attend the naming ceremony [...]
Toronto City Councillors to Speak at Queen’s Park Committee on Bill 20: Freeing Toronto from the OMBJosh Matlow2017-05-29T19:24:11+00:00
April 9, 2014 Toronto City Councillors to Speak at Queen's Park Committee on Bill 20: Freeing Toronto from the OMB Media Availability at City Hall Toronto City Councillors Wong-Tam, Matlow, Vaughan, and Layton will speak at a Queen's Park Committee regarding a private member's bill to remove Toronto from the jurisdiction of [...]
Dear Residents and Friends, On April 19, the Dance Manifesto was publicly unveiled by myself, and Guillaume Côté, principal dancer for the National Ballet, at the launch of the Canadian Dance Assembly’s I love dance/J’aime la danse National campaign and opening of Canada’s first National Dance Week held at Canada’s National Ballet School. In accepting the nomination of dance [...]