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    Last week I addressed the Ontario Legislature in commemoration of the Carnation Revolution and 42 years of liberty and democracy in Portugal. As the first female Portuguese MPP and the member for Davenport I am proud to represent a vibrant, active and engaged Portuguese community. Associação 25 de Abril
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    Read my April E-Newsletter! - eepurl.com/bXxBEX
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    As part of the lead up to Canada’s 150th celebrations in 2017, Equal Voice is launching a national initiative, Daughters of the Vote, to recognize a significant event in Canadian history: The 100th anniversary of the first voting rights for a select number of Canadian women granted in 1916. Equal Voice is inviting young women, ages 18-23, to apply to participate in a national initiative in which 338 women, one from each federal riding, will be selected to take their seat in Parliament, literally. Observing provincial and territorial events throughout 2017, including at Queen’s Park, the women will represent their communities in a culminating leadership forum on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 6-8th 2017. Throughout the program the women will meet and hear from outstanding women leaders from every sector. Applicants are invited to apply online at www.daughtersofthevote.ca between April 15 to June 15, 2016. Applications from Ontario will be reviewed by a 10 member Ontario provincial selection committee comprised of female MPPs, Indigenous leaders and corporate and community members. Successful applicants will be notified in late August 2016.
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    On April 20th I had the pleasure of inviting girls from St. Nicolas of Bari, St. Rita Catholic School and St. Clare Catholic Elementary School to Queens Park for Girls Government Day. The girls had an opportunity to witness Legislative procceedings and understand what it is like to work in politics Girls’ Government is an MPP-led, school-based program designed to support the development of leadership skills and an interest in politics in grade six to grade eight girls. With their MPP as a guide and role-model, and with the support of their teacher, the groups of girls will choose an issue and learn how to effectively advocate for that issue. The Girls and I will be meeting throughout the coming months to advocate for an issue. Thank you for all those who made Girl's Government Day a success!
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    On Wednesday, April 27 there will be a Public Meeting on the Davenport Diamond Grade Separation as part of the Transit Project Assessment Process. The meeting will also give the opportunity for the community to ask more questions in advance of the formal 30-day consultation process. The meeting will be hosted by Metrolinx and be at St. Sebastian Elementary School (717 Brock Ave.) from 6:30-8:30 pm. More information below:
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