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Together our Voice is Stronger

We are a not for profit association of residents living in the community of Unionville in Markham, Ontario. Our vision is to improve our community through public education, engagement and representation. We usually meet the first Monday of every month (see Upcoming Meetings and Events below). We also produce a monthly newsletter full of information (see Newsletters page). For more details please visit the About Us page.

some issues we’re working on
  • Managing Growth. Loss of Markham farmlands. Environmental impacts.
  • Development proposals, eg Scardred7 (previously White Rose location), Sheridan Nurseries, Hildebrand, Hilton Suites. “No Frills” plaza.
  • Markham Centre Secondary Plan and CEP (Community Energy Plan).
  • Unionville Main Street Vision and Watford Group development proposal.
  • Markville Area Secondary Plan.
  • Bill 23 “More Homes Built Faster Act”.
Unionville Planing Mill on Main Street
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The next meeting will take place in person at 7pm on Monday December 4th at the Unionville Train Station Meeting Room on Station Lane. Guest speakers from the City of Markham will be, Graham Seaman, Gabriela Ansari-Correa and Jennifer Wong. This presentation will provide an overview of the City’s home energy retrofit initiatives and seek feedback on ways to increase homeowner engagement. Last year, the City launched the Markham Power Homes (MPH) program where homeowners had the opportunity to receive a free one-on-one virtual consultation with an energy expert. Findings from this program have shown that the development of an energy concierge service and increased communications is recommended to help accelerate the implementation of energy efficiency measures. Additionally, Markham has partnered with the City of Richmond Hill to conduct a feasibility study on the potential to implement a local home-energy upgrade financing program. Phase 2 of MPH and next steps on the feasibility study will be further discussed.

Toogood Pond near Main St Unionville
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