Member’s Statement: First Responders

On May 4, we were happy to celebrate International Firefighters’ Day. This was an opportunity to thank the firefighters of Mississauga for their service, recognize their extraordinary efforts and acknowledge the sacrifices that many firefighters have undertaken to keep us safe…

Member’s Statement: Supporting Health Care

I recently joined my colleagues for a groundbreaking at the site of the soon-to-be patient care tower for the Queensway Health Centre. Once completed, this $1.3-billion centre, operated by Trillium Health Partners, will serve the growing needs of families in Etobicoke and Mississauga.

Appointment as Parliamentary Assistant to Minister of Citizenship & Multiculturalism

I am humbled to be appointed by Premier Doug Ford as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Citizenship and Multiculturalism of Ontario, the Hon. Michael Ford.

2024 Budget: Building a Better Ontario

Despite the uncertainty of the present day, Ontario is continuing to deliver on its Plan to Build by investing in infrastructure to get more homes built faster and attracting better jobs with bigger paycheques, all while keeping costs down for families and businesses and retaining a path to balance.

Member’s Statement: Diverse Businesses in Erin Mills

A number of diverse businesses in Mississauga are flourishing, and new ones continue to open shop. They are choosing Ontario as the home for their businesses because we have created conditions for prosperity and growth that haven’t been seen in a long time.

MPP Sabawy’s Media Appreciation Dinner & Iftar

Speaking to local media and ethnic media, MPP Sheref Sabawy provided an update on the provincial government’s progress supporting the people of Mississauga.

Member’s Statement: Next Generation 9-1-1

I was happy to announce last month with my Peel colleagues that the Ontario government is providing Peel Regional Police with over $3 million, and Peel Joint Fire Communications Centre with $1.8 million for the transition to Next Generation 9-1-1.

Get It Done Act, 2024

The proposed Get It Done Act is focused on quickly and efficiently building infrastructure. All the while, keeping costs low for Ontarians.

Ontario Investing Over $4 Million for Next Generation of 9-1-1 Infrastructure in Peel

State-of-the-art technology for emergency services coming to Mississauga and Brampton.

“One Fare” Program to Save Mississauga Transit Riders $1600

The Ontario government is keeping costs down for public transit riders with the launch of “One Fare.” Beginning February 26, 2024, riders will pay only once as they transfer for free between participating transit agencies.