Tony Luk recently registered to participate in the by-election for Ward 22 Scarborough-Agincourt City Councillor in Toronto. On the afternoon of December 16th, he held an online press conference with a number of media outlets to formally announce his candidacy and elaborate on his political platform.
City councillors are a vital part of every community’s development. Tony hopes that he can serve as a bridge of communication between Toronto city government and his local community, bringing a voice to his constituents and positive change back to the community.
Many community leaders such as: Tony Ruprecht, Former Member of Provincial Parliament and Former Minister of Citizenship-Multiculturalism; Joe Li, Markham Regional Councillor; Dr. Reza Moridi, Former Member of Provincial Parliament and Former Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities; and Carol Chan, former York Region District School Board Trustee publicly expressed their support for him in the press conference and called on the public to vote for him.
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On behalf of Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Aris Babikian, Member of Provincial Parliament, recently presented a Certificate of Recognition to Tony Luk, commending Tony and the Guangdong Chamber of Commerce in Canada for their contributions in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in Ontario.
Tony Luk has always been enthusiastic about public welfare. During the SARS and COVID-19 pandemics, Tony donated both money and materials to various charities and people in need – this year was no different.
Tony working with Former Scarborough-Agincourt City Councillor Jim Karygiannis, Toronto Transit Commission CEO Rick Leary and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 President Carlos Santos to supply the local community with COVID-19 personal protective equipment
2021.01.15 TODAY Vote for Tony Luk as City Councillor for Ward 22 !
The by-election for Councillor, Ward 22 Scarborough-Agincourt will proceed as planned on Friday, January 15. Health and safety measures for voting places, developed in consultation with Toronto Public Health, were successfully implemented during the advance vote last weekend and will be in place on January 15. These measures exceed the requirements for other business and services that have remained open.
Voting places will open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on January 15, at locations across Ward 22 Scarborough-Agincourt.
Electors can find their assigned voting place by using MyVote or by calling 311.
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