• Press release: Khedr welcomes public transit enhancements April 21 – Ward 4 Council candidate Rabia Khedr responded favourably today while attending the transit enhancement announcement of Steven Del Duca, Ontario Minister of Transportation.   Del Duca announced the province will pick up the entire $1.6 billion cost of a Hurontario LRT. The Hurontario LRT will transect Ward 4, running 23 km and includes 26 stops. Construction begins in 2018 with service online in 2022. Del Duca calls this a “transformational” investment “that … read more

  • April 17 — Committing herself to taxpayer power, Ward 4 council candidate Rabia Khedr today became the only candidate to call for the introduction of an Auditor General for all of Peel Region.

  • A series of posts where I will share questions that residents of Ward 4 have been asking. This one relates to concerns displayed by parents with respect to changes in childhood education at the public school system.

  • A new book was launched at the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Mississauga meeting at the Church of St. Bride Monday evening (Sept 10). The book “Extraordinary Lives: Inspiring Women of Peel” features contributions from a number of local authors and editors, some of which include, from left, Charlotte Harnden, Gail Crawford, Joyce Delves, Margaret Edwards, Fatmatta Kanu, Sandra Lanthier Steinbok and Joan Barrett.

  • Sisters Rabia Khedr (left) and Uzma Khan wear the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medals they received during Monday’s gala at Roy Thomson Hall. The medals recognized their work advocating for disabled people.