Markland Wood | Community Established in 1960

President's Update

Georgina Balascas

Hi Everyone,

Greeting Marklanders,
It may seem like déjà vu, but indeed I am back as the President of the MWHA. I was elected by the membership at our AGM which took place on October 30th.

I am very excited to be able to serve our wonderful community again.

I am also very pleased to announce that Anna Schaefer has also returned to the Board as the Vice-President. Anna has held many positions at the Board, including President and Past President.

I am looking forward to a very productive and busy year ahead.

We had an excellent turnout for the AGM. The program that evening was very important to our community as we heard what our elected officials are doing to defend Markland Wood against GTAA expansion and the use of runways that will impact negatively on the quality of life in our community. I would like to take this opportunity to thank MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj's Parliamentary Assistant Melissa Tica, our MPP, Yvan Baker and our Councillor for Ward 3 and Deputy Mayor, Stephen Holiday for coming and informing us of their efforts to put an end to the Airport's plans to expand.

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Christmas Caravan 2017

on Sunday, 10 December 2017.

Christmas Caravan 2017

Dear Markland Wood Residents,

On Sunday, December 10th, the Markland Wood Homeowners Association celebrated our 50th annual Christmas Caravan. This was our annual event to collect non-perishable foods items gently used clothing, unused toys and cash donations from every home on every street in Markland Wood.

 

One Brave Night - Walk Around The Markland Wood Circle

on Friday, 24 March 2017.

One Brave Night - Walk Around The Markland Wood Circle

Markland Shines a Light for Mental Health Fundraiser & Community Walk

SAVE THE DATE – Friday, April 7th, 2017

Markland Shines a Light on Mental Illness – Please sign up today and join our community in raising awareness and financial support to defeat mental illness.

After a successful first year, the Markland Shines a Light challenge is back! CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health is challenging all Canadians to share one night in solidarity with – and to inspire hope for those with mental illness.


Markland Shines a Light on Mental Illness – Please sign up today and join our community in raising awareness and financial support to defeat mental illness.

After a successful first year, the Markland Shines a Light challenge is back! CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health is challenging all Canadians to share one night in solidarity with – and to inspire hope for those with mental illness.

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