Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability Customer Service Improvements
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
Livable Neighbourhoods.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Keeping Taxes In-Line
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities. Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Contact Jennifer
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!

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Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel Customer Service Improvements
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Livable Neighbourhoods.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Keeping Taxes In-Line Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Contact Jennifer
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Customer Service Improvements
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Livable Neighbourhoods.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Keeping Taxes In-Line
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Contact Jennifer
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Customer Service Improvements
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Livable Neighbourhoods.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Keeping Taxes In-Line
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support! Contact Jennifer
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Customer Service Improvements
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Livable Neighbourhoods. Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Keeping Taxes In-Line
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Contact Jennifer
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel Customer Service Improvements
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Livable Neighbourhoods.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Keeping Taxes In-Line
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Contact Jennifer
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Accomplishments 2014 - 2018 While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Connecting Communities Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Managing Growth Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Customer Service Improvements
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Livable Neighbourhoods.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Our Roads Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Keeping Taxes In-Line
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Contact Jennifer
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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Jennifer is a fifth generation Caledon resident. Her family settled in the hamlet of Mono Road in 1899 and has been farming more than 150 acres since then. By watching her grandfather, Jennifer learned at a young age that community service was a strong family tradition. About Jennifer
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022 It’s about community. Building livable, connected communities where seniors can age in place, where people can work and play, with improved roads.
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
While focusing on Caledon's future as Regional Councillor, Jennifer ensured her previous initatives were developed properly and continue to improve the quality of life for our community.
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected.
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
Support There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Contact Jennifer
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
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About Jennifer
Jennifer attended Caledon East Public School, Caledon Central and Mayfield Secondary School before attending the University of Guelph where she earned a Degree in Political Science. Her education helped to refine her problem solving and deductive skills and rekindled the desire to work and contribute to her community. With a large and supportive family who remain deeply involved in the Caledon community, Jennifer’s interest in public service was inevitable. She quickly learned that local government has the most direct impact on the lives of the residents in the community she cares most about. Jennifer was awarded a Premier’s Internship position at Queen’s Park, where her work ethic and commitment garnered her summer student positions in various Ministers’ Offices. Upon graduation she worked for a Member of Provincial Parliament, then the Premier’s Office and served as the Executive Assistant to the former Mayor of the Town of Caledon.
In 2014, Jennifer was first elected as the Town of Caledon Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4. In her role as Councillor, she is an active member on over a dozen committees and organizations such as the Vice Chair of Waste Management Subcommittee, Chair of Government Relations for the Region of Peel, Executive and Board Member of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, Peel Agricultural Advisory Working Group and Eco Caledon. Jennifer is also Caledon’s Ambassador for the Family Transition Place, an organization that provides support and hope for women and their children who have experienced abuse and unhealthy relationships. She leads an active lifestyle enjoying Caledon’s many trails, parks and natural heritage. Jennifer enjoys running, practicing yoga and holds a first-degree black belt in Martial Arts. She is proudly living on the family home farm, where she is raising her two daughters.
Key Priorities for 2018-2022
Investing in our Roads Caledon is home to over 700 square kilometres of roads and with extreme weather, increased flow through traffic, we need to do more to ensure safe roads. Infrastructure costs are mounting and Caledon must adequately budget to ensure the resources are comparable to the work that needs to be done for improvement. Further, we must strongly advocate to eliminate red tape and duplication to aid in streamlining costs. Livable Communities Caledon is a community of communities with a rich agricultural and natural heritage that must be protected while we grow. Maintaining a strong, vibrant and connected community is essential. It is the reason we all love Caledon so much.
Attracting Employment
and Investment Part of building a livable community is ensuring that people can work where they live. Attracting investment and employment opportunities will provide an increase in family time and reduce the tax burden on our residents. Establishing a Seniors
Friendly Community As our population ages, we need to do more to help our seniors stay in our community. Through programs and services, residents can age in place, stay in their homes longer, and live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Creation of a Cycling Taskforce Caledon has been awarded as a Bicycle Friendly Community Creation of the Richard Whitehead Trail, Palgrave New Crossover for the Caledon Trailway crossing at Regional Road 50, Palgrave
Walk to End Violence Against Women in Peel.
Multi-use Sidewalk connection from Old Church Rd to Caledon OPP Sidewalk improvements and connections at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Ensuring that trail connections and greenspace are in all new developments New Crossover on Old Church Road, east of Marilyn
Preparing our roads network for future growth, such as the Mountainview Rd Environmental Assessment and the Airport Rd Environmental Assessment White Belt Visioning Exercise, determining Caledon’s future Employment needs and land uses Advocating for the building of a Bolton GO Station
Website improvements The creation of a free mobile app known as ‘Ping Street”, allows residents to easily access and interact with the Town through their hand held devices. Residents can report problems, receive emergency broadcast notifications, event notices, news and use interactive trail maps Through the implementation of a Clean Yards Bylaw, staff now have a greater ability to enforce property standards
Creation of CBIZ, a new business innovation centre at Town Hall to support entrepreneurs and small business owners in making their dreams a reality through networking, access to online learning and seminars/workshops, and one-on-one business consultations Council created the Caledon Community Work Plan with a defined set of goals that acts as a Report Card of Council's achievements throughout this past term, ensuring transparency and accountability
Park Improvements and upgrades to the Adam Wallace Park, Norma Bangay Park, John Nicols Park, and Mono Mills Tennis Courts Approval and Installation of the new Caledon East Splash Pad Canada Trailway Resurfacing (including accessibility portion through Palgrave) Now all residents of Caledon can enjoy roasting marshmallows with their families in your backyard with the new online Recreational
Burn Permits The keeping of Backyard Hens is now allowed
Regional installation of first public bike racks in support of active transportation Expanded School Safety Zones Electronic Sign Boards for Schools, working with Trustee Cameron to receive all necessary approvals and agreements with the Region of Peel Ensuring trail connectivity in all new developments Co-hosting the Annual Caledon East Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony
Improvements to Old Church Road, King Street and Regional Rd 50 Commenced Airport Road Environmental Assessment for improvements from King Street through the Village of Caledon East Flashing Speed Warning Signs located throughout Wards 3 & 4 New traffic signal at The Gore Road and Healey Road
New Traffic Signals at Regional Road 50 and Patterson Sideroad Improvements to Harvest Moon Roundabout Creation of New Staff Working Group to address the illegal trucking depots throughout Caledon Planned road improvements for King Street at Macville Public School to enhance school safety
Town-initiated zoning of industrial lands west of Coleraine Drive has resulted in the addition of over 400 acres of shovel-ready employment land According to 2017 Statistics Canada data there are over 2,900 businesses in Caledon, an increase of 36% since 2012
Since 2015 building permits for approximately 958,000 ft2 (89,000 m2) of industrial/commercial space, with a construction value of over $96 million, have been issued in Caledon Avid supporter of our Volunteer Firefighters. Supporting our Double Hatters (Volunteer Firefighters who are employed full-time elsewhere) makes economic sense
There are several ways you can help Jennifer this upcoming election. Click on the buttons below to see which is best for you. We appreciate your support.
Order a Sign Show your support and help Jennifer gain visibility by ordering your lawn sign today. Caledons’ Election Sign By-Law permits signs from September 17th to Election Day. A member of our team will place your sign following the guidelines in the By-Law on September 17th. Volunteer Caledon residents are known for their enthusiasm and community engagement. Become part of the team by offering to volunteer. You can Knock on Doors, Host a Meet n’ Greet, Stuff envelopes, Election Day Scrutineer, or Help with Signs. Donate Ontario residents may make a maximum contributions of $1,200.00. The maximum total that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e running for the same council or school board) is $5,000.00. Please make cheques payable to “Jennifer Innis Re-election Campaign” and mail to 15867 Airport Road, Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3. Please fill out the form to the right, let us know the amount you would like to donate and make your cheque payable to: Jennifer Innis Campaign 15867 Airport Road Caledon East, Ontario L7C 1J3 Thank you for your support!
Jennifer Innis. Copyright 2018. It's about Community. Respectfully asking for your support on October 22nd. Website design & development by DNA Ads + Design
Keeping you safe, while connected, by improving our roads, paths and trails.
Caledon East Community Complex Phase 3 & 4 Expansion Process underway Creation of Caledon's first SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), which is a proven solution for sustainable urban renewal Addition of Healthy Communities as part of the planning decisions for the Region of Peel
Working closely with the Town and the Region of Peel, to ensure Caledon's taxes are working well for you.
Property tax report compares Peel Region municipalities with GTA counterparts. Brampton Guardian (July 28, 2018) Graphic courtesy of zoocasa.com
Ensuring a strong, experienced and respected voice at the Region of Peel is necessary in managing how Caledon will grow.
Jennifer's in support of the Family Transition Place.
Official Opening of the trail in Southfields connecting Caledon to Brampton through the Etobicoke Creek Trail. This was a partnership between the Town of Caledon and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Working with EcoCaledon in partnership with schools and businesses to promote the Town’s anti-idling bylaw.
TRCA tree planting with families in Caledon's first SNAP, in the Harvest Moon subdivision (Greenpark).
Jennifer receiving the Bicycle Friendly Community Award on behalf of the Town of Caledon, 2018
Grand Opening of Princess Auto in Bolton.
Better parks and amenities, safer school and street signage, more community events and recreational support, is all helping Caledon remain vibrant, green and connected. Creating more ways to keep you informed & well serviced.
Grand opening of the White Birch Day Program for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities
The new splashpad in Caledon East allows our children to enjoy casual recreation and brings our community together.
Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of The Gore Road and Healey Road.
Peel is home to the first Butterfly Home at the Malton Long Term Care Facility. Council has approved to expand this new dementia care model across all Long Term Care Facilities.
Ensuring you arrive where you need to go safely, with less stress is always a top priority.
Installation of new Crossover at the Caledon Trailway and Regional Road 50 in Palgrave.
Town of Caledon Citizen Achievement Awards
‘Coffee with Council’ were events hosted throughout the community to provide opportunities for residents to share thoughts and concerns. This past spring, the focus was on transit and transportation needs within our community.
Jennifer, Jolee & Lyra.
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