Re-Elect Chris Fonseca for Mississauga City Councillor - Ward 3
“ I am very happy to support and have complete confidence in Chris Fonseca!
There is no question that she will be re-elected as Councillor in Ward 3. She was Councillor when I was Mayor and did an outstanding job!
She listens to the community, she does her homework and works with staff and all of Council and her work ethic is second to none!
Thank you Chris for serving the residents of Ward 3 and the City of Mississauga with such dedication! ”
- Former Mayor Hazel McCallion
“ I am pleased to support Chris Fonseca. She has integrity and is hardworking. Chris Fonseca will deliver results for our community. I am proud to be part of Chris’ team. ”
- Former Mississauga Ward 3 Councillor Maja Prentice
“Chris’ dedication and commitment towards raising the standard of living for older adults and those with disabilities is reassuring. She is listening and working with the community to truly understand what the needs are and to create a better quality of life for people of all ages and abilities.”
- Joe Matthews, Ward 3 Resident and Knights of Columbus - Master Knight
“The Municipal Governance Co-op Placement in Chris Fonseca’s office gave me a great deal of self-confidence and helped me with my leadership skills. I also learned that everyone has something that they can offer to community building and a team approach means success!”
- Monica Anedo, Grade 12 Glenforest Co-op Student
“I know that I can count on Chris to support Ward 3 families. She has assisted me on a number of occasions to help access services for my daughter, my son and my husband, all who have disabilities.”
- Sonia Commisso, Ward 3 Resident
“Chris is always there to listen to what the community needs and finds ways to support new families who move into Ward 3.”
- John Solarski, Ward 3 Resident
“Chris Fonseca knows that crime prevention and crime reduction begin with people working together. She works with Division 12 to support on-going education programs and activities that reduce crime, violence and victimization in the community.”
- Officer Stephen Clarke, Peel Region Police
Former Mayor Hazel McCallion