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Councillor James Pasternak was elected to City Council in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. Councillor Pasternak sits on the Mayor’s Executive Committee as the current Chair of the Community Development and Recreation Committee.

During his time in office, Councillor Pasternak has been committed to fiscal responsibility while simultaneously investing in communities. Councillor Pasternak has championed the improvement of city parks, recreation programs, public realm projects and road infrastructure throughout Ward 10 and has hosted numerous community meetings on topics such as transit, community safety, affordable housing and budgeting priorities.

Before becoming a City Councillor, Councillor Pasternak was elected as a Toronto District School Board Trustee, leading community initiatives and seeing the establishment of Toronto’s only Afrocentric Alternative School. Councillor Pasternak has earned degrees from the London School of Economics and Political Science, the University of Western Ontario and York University.


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