Councillor Saito in the News

  • Global News Toronto - SPRAY PAINT BAN (March 23, 2012)

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  • Mississauga News: Enersource pledges money and people to CVC

  • Mississauga News: Bingo hall targeted for revitalization

  • Mississauga News: Search on for a watchdog

  • Mississauga News: Council split on casino

  • Mississauga News: Child care issue put off, Region calls for task force

  • Mississauga News: City approves accessibility plan

  • Mississauga News: City budget approved in principle

  • Mississauga News: City doles out $1.8M in grants

  • Mississauga News: Council split on casino

  • Brampton Guardian: Daycare issue in 'quotes'

  • Mississauga News: Integrity commish too expensive: councillors

  • Mississauga News: Meadowvale Theatre wants your input

  • Mississauga News: Councillors want clarity in conduct rules

  • Mississauga News: No support from feds on shark fin ban

  • Mississauga News: Nothing has changed

  • Mississauga News: On a roll for kids

  • Toronto Star: Parent pleas persuade Peel council to keep daycares open

  • Mississauga News: Peel forms daycare task force

  • Mississauga News: Proposed tree bylaw could be problem: Councillors

  • Mississauga News: Residents voice concerns over basement apartments

  • Mississauga News: Square's possibilities seem endless

  • Mississauga Life Magazine: The Volunteer Who Got Paid

  • Mississauga News: Leaked memo riles councillors

  • MississaugaCycling.ca: Glen Erin Drive comes Alive

  • Canada.com: Pat Saito blasts 'excessive' legal advice costs for rebel councillors

  • Toronto Star: Banning spray paint? Mississauga ponders bylaw to keep teens from buying 'graffiti implements'

  • Mississauga News: Student's paper earns scholarship

  • Snap North Mississauga: Meadowvale Community Centre Customer Appreciation Event

  • Mississauga News: Free swim helps food bank

  • International Mississauga Soccer Club: Councillor Saito welcomes the diplomats to Ward 9

  • Red Star Café: Reprieve for Rambo?

  • Toronto Star: Shark fin ban not repealed

  • Least We Forget Erin Mills Town Centre Remembrance Day Ceremony: Least We Forget Erin Mills Town Centre Remembrance Day Ceremony

  • National Post: Mississauga budget committee approves property tax hike, councillor raises

  • National Post: Mississauga council votes to create new governance committee

  • National Post: Mississauga councillor's website fuels speculation about mayoral run

  • National Post: Mississauga councillors reveal their gifts

  • National Post: Formal motion required for any further gala probe questions: Mississauga council

  • National Post: McCallion wants Mississauga councillor running as federal Tory to resign

  • National Post: McCallion calls councillor code of conduct 'completely overboard'

  • National Post: Mississauga ends 'MissiLeaks' probe

  • National Post: A look inside Mississauga council's expense reports

  • National Post: Probe into leaked documents will cost taxpayers $16,000

  • National Post: Mississauga councillor blasts 'excessive' legal fees related to inquiry

  • National Post: Mississauga councillors safe from IT investigation into source of leaked memos

  • National Post: Mississauga councillor wants ban on BlackBerrys in council