Deepak Talreja Welcomes You
CHANGE is needed and CHANGE is COMING.
I have always been devoted to the people. That’s what being a Politician is all about. For the people, by the people and with the people. One size doesn't fit all. We all are unique in our own style and ways. Respect, transparency and Integrity is everything I stand for. It’s this intense dedication, passion, and devotion that fuels to fight for change.
I believe in the strength of local government to resolve issues.
Markham is a great city to raise a family with great services and I am proud to live here. I have always been a sports person. Sports brings everyone together and helps to bridge differences, plays a large role in many lives of people around us. Most important thing Sports people don't give up. As a top athlete, with multiple medals in different sports and eye on world cups, I would bring the same dedication and enthusiasm to politics.
I have been elected as a student union international student advisor for Cape Breton University, Sydney Nova Scotia. I also serve in leadership roles across various non-profit and volunteer organizations. I am currently volunteering at York Regional police for special events and mascot.
I love talking to people, discussing local issues and finding ways to resolve issues.
Working for the community
Making a Difference
Everyone deserves a fair chance to succeed. Our nation’s success is built on the founding principles of unlimited opportunity, quality education, commitment to hard work and the freedom to pursue our dreams. I fight each and every day to ensure that the community is advancing towards meeting these founding principles. Read on to learn about the issues at hand, and what is being done to combat them.
The Stakes are High
I am a proud to supporter and push for change throughout the community. This is a very serious issue that has been impacting civilians worldwide. It is up to me to address this issue head on, and rally the support needed to make the proper change. If you would like to find out more information about this issue, as well as others, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Public safety, services.
Building bridges between communities and our emergency services.
1.) Increase and improve neighborhood watch.
2.) Increase police presence, Police courses to understand hate crime events attending by anyone.
3.) Increase bylaws officers.
4.) Meet and greet with all three emergency services and community each month.
5.) Standing with our emergency services side by side.
Youth Education and care
A serious attention
I believe Youth empowerment must be upmost priority of our generation. Giving the specific tools to our boards would include :
1.) Educational supports and tools that are needed for school boards.
2.) Community resources, like mental health services and specialized assessments programs.
3.) Supporting students from shifting from online learning to physical classrooms.
5.) Improving and allocation places for tutoring in community center.
6.) Sports leagues and games initiative.
7.) Specific skill development programs for youth groups.
Modernize Seniors care, health and safety
A Real Success
The problems that matter right now include: waitlists for long-term care, shortages and access gaps for home and community care and addressing mental health care. Ways to address these issues:
1.) Work with local government, provincials and federal government to improve and resolve these issues.
2.) Meet and greet seniors homes.
3.) Increase funding for seniors for physical activities and mental activities.
4.) Development of safety and security services for seniors. Giving them the tools to protect them from assault and serious crime.
5.) Helping Seniors with taxes waivers.
Making Markham a great place to work and raise a family
LOVE always win against hate. We need to keep working and understand the core issues of our generation.
1.) Firstly we need to accept that we have an issue.
2.) We need to work together to build bridges between our Markham communities.
3.) We need to improve communications between the councillor and their people in order for concerns to be directly considered and readily addressed.