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John Kovac - Mississauga City Council - Ward 4

Mississauga Ward 4

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac

John Kovac
905-896-5400
300 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3C1
john.kovac@mississauga.ca  

Staff

Executive Assistant Administrative Assistant
Seema Bakshi
905-615-4612
Mary Maiorano
905-896-5400

 

General boundaries: Eglinton Ave. from Mavis Rd. to Cawthra Rd., Cawthra Rd. south to Dundas St., Hurontario from GO Line to Burnhamthorpe, Burnhamthorpe Rd. West to Mavis Rd., Mavis Rd. from Burnhamthorpe to Eglinton Ave.

John Kovac, Mississauga Ward 4 Councillor and Mississauga News and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie

My Tour of Sheridan College by John Kovac

04/07/2016, 12:00am EDT
By John Kovac

Sheridan Phase II

Building on the success of Sheridan’s Phase I campus building in downtown Mississauga, Sheridan’s Hazel McCallion Campus continues to grow with the Phase II campus building under construction.

John Kovac, Mississauga Ward 4 Councillor

A Councillor’s Message from John Kovac

04/06/2016, 11:00pm EDT
By John Kovac

Spring 2016

It is with excitement that I share with you my first Community Newsletter. As your newly elected representative on Mississauga City Council, I thank each and every one of you for the opportunity to serve you in the role as Ward 4 Councillor!

Mississauga is a beautiful city, one that I am proud to have grown up and continue to reside in. It is truly diverse, with over 50 per cent of our residents having been born outside the country. We have large open spaces for our children to play in, numerous parks and playgrounds, a growing number of attractions and most important of all, one of the safest cities in Canada to call our home.

John Kovac, Mississauga Ward 4 Councillor and Mississauga News and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie

Mississauga Receives An Age-Friendly Community Grant

03/29/2016, 11:45pm EDT
By John Kovac

Interesting Material Here

In June, the City of Mississauga received a $50,000 Age-Friendly Community Planning Grant. Awarded by the Province of Ontario, the City will use the Grant to develop an action plan towards becoming a World Health Organization (WHO) designated Age-FriendlyCommunity.

John Kovac, Mississauga Ward 4 Councillor and Mississauga News and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie

2016 Mississauga City Budget

03/29/2016, 11:15pm EDT
By John Kovac

Resources Will Be Allocated

Mississauga’s annual Business Plan and Budget lays out what the City of Mississauga is doing as well as why and how much it costs.

John Kovac, Mississauga Ward 4 Councillor and Mississauga News and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie

John Kovac Asks, Do You Want To Start a Neighbourhood Watch!

03/23/2016, 11:15pm EDT
By John Kovac

Interested in making your neighbourhood a safer, friendlier place?

Neighbourhood Watch? What is it?

Do you know the names of the people who live beside you? What about in front of you, or behind you? Would you be able to spot a stranger in your community? Do you know what to do and who to call in the event of an emergency?

Mississauga Transitway Faster and Easier John Kovac and Bonnie Crombie

Mississauga Transitway Faster and Easier

03/18/2016, 11:30pm EDT
By John Kovac

$1 Senior cash fare

The Mississauga Transitway is making travel faster and easier through the city. Service started at the first four stations of the Mississauga Transitway in November 2014. The remaining transitway stations are scheduled to open between 2016 and 2017.

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John Kovac Election Announcement

The Canadian-Croatian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to inform you that John Kovac, a member of our Croatian-Canadian community is a candidate for City Councillor, Ward 4 in the Mississauga By-Election, to be held April 27th, 2015.

He was born and raised in Mississauga and has lived there his entire life.  John cares deeply for the beautiful city of Mississauga, its residents and homeowners; they are friends, family and neighbours.

John graduated from the University of Toronto and earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree, double-majoring in Literature and History.  In order to help pay for his tuition, John learned a trade – carpentry.  His summers were spent working on construction sites across Mississauga, contributing to the building of this great city.

Volunteering has always been a big part of John’s life.  He truly believes in the electoral process and has spent the years following graduation working in public service. Recently, John managed a constituency office on behalf of a local Member of Provincial Parliament in Ward 4. In that position, he spent his days tending to the needs of local residents. John is a champion of social causes and has worked for a labour union as a liaison between the members and the government.

While the Canadian-Croatian Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit (and non-political) network of Croatian-Canadian businesses, professionals and community organizations that does not endorse any political parties, we are pleased to acknowledge and support the endeavours of Canadians of Croatian descent. As such, in addition to wishing John a successful campaign and election, we feel that it is important to assist him in his campaign and in ensuring that our Croatian-Canadian community has a voice in municipal politics.

Many speak of the need for the next generation in our community to step up – this is our opportunity to support a younger, vibrant, intelligent community leader. John is a great candidate that will be able to fill the shoes of former Croatian-Canadian political representatives, including the likes of MPP Mr. John (Domagoj) Šola and MP Mr. Janko Perić, as well as join other representatives currently in office including Minister of State, the Hon. Lynne Yelich and the Mayor of Kitchener, Mr. Berry Vrbanovic, among others.

We ask you to please support John by contributing to his campaign: http://johnkovac.ca/

Councillor Kovac sits on the following committees and boards:

  • Budget Committee
  • City Council
  • General Committee
  • Living Arts Centre Mississauga
  • Board of Directors – Ex-Officio
  • Mississauga Celebration Square
  • Community Reference Group
  • Mississauga Public Library Board
  • Museums of Mississauga
  • Advisory Committee
  • Planning and Development
  • Committee
  • Region of Peel Council
  • Safe City Mississauga
  • Traffic Safety Council
Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4

John Kovac - Mississauga City Council - Ward 4 - Mississauga City Hall - Mississauga City Council - Bonnie Crombie Mississauga Mayor - Mississauga News and Mississauga Gazette

John Kovac - Mississauga City Council - Ward 4

John Kovac - Mississauga City Council - Ward 4 - Mississauga City Hall - Mississauga City Council - Bonnie Crombie Mississauga Mayor - Mississauga News and Mississauga Gazette

John Kovac - Mississauga City Council - Ward 4

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4 - Mayor Bonnie Crombie

With Lenny Lombardi of CHIN Radio at Italian Fest.

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4 - Mayor Bonnie Crombie

At inaugural Latin Festival.

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4 - Mayor Bonnie Crombie

With youth volunteers at Muslim Fest.

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4 - Mayor Bonnie Crombie

At Light up the Square with Santa Claus.

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4 - Mayor Bonnie Crombie

Presenting 1st place award at Ribfest.

Mississauga City Council Member John Kovac - Ward 4 - Mayor Bonnie Crombie

At inaugural Diwali Razzmatazz Festival.

Mississauga Ward Map - Mississauga Ward 4 Map and Mississauga Ward 4 Boundaries - Mississauga News and Newspaper
Ward 4 Boundaries The area of Ward 4 is bounded roughly as described below.​   glinton Ave. from Mavis Rd. to Cawthra Rd Cawthra Rd. south to Dundas St Hurontario from GO Line to Burnhamthorpe Burnhamthorpe Rd. West to Mavis Rd Mavis Rd. from Burnhamthorp

Ward 4 Boundaries

The area of Ward 4 is bounded roughly as described below. 

  • glinton Ave. from Mavis Rd. to Cawthra Rd
  • Cawthra Rd. south to Dundas St
  • Hurontario from GO Line to Burnhamthorpe
  • Burnhamthorpe Rd. West to Mavis Rd
  • Mavis Rd. from Burnhamthorpe to Eglinton Ave.

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