freedom-of-the-city award: Opposition parties such as One City are hoping for a boost as they challenge Vision for control of council next year, according to Globe and Mail. Ms. Meggs, but the by-election will serve as an early test of the parties' positions ahead of the general civic elections in October, 2018. Graves worked for the city for decades, starting out in a job responsible for tenant relocation. She's been awarded a couple of honorary degrees, as well as the freedom-of-the-city award in 2014. However, she initiated new efforts to help people who were homeless or at risk of homelessness, sometimes on her own time, doing middle-of-the-night walks to identify where homeless people were living and the best ways of connecting them to services. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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