Pictured above: Aidan with his niece Lily at her Grade 5 Graduation from Earl Kitchener School.
Aidan would like to extend a heartfelt congratulations to all graduating students of 2018. He was honoured to share in the excitement of several of the Ward 1 school graduation ceremonies.
On Thursday, December 7th, 2017 Aidan hosted a “Bistro Night” for families staying at Hamilton’s Ronald McDonald House (RMH). The families in attendance provided warm and grateful feedback. Pictures taken throughout the day/evening are found below.
Aidan would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Ward 1 volunteers. The time you dedicated to helping out at RMH is greatly appreciated and we are grateful and proud that you are a part of our community! Aidan would also like to thank everyone who sent in a donation, your money was used to pay for the cost of the food.
Although Bistro night is over, the demands at Ronald McDonald House are not. For those who are able, please consider donating money, required wish list items or time. For more information click here.
Thank you to St George's Church in Ainslie Wood for hosting the West Hamilton Remembrance Day Service!
At the service, Aidan had the opportunity to lay a wreath in honour of the City of Hamilton and his grandfather, who fought for Canada in Italy in WWII.
The City of Hamilton invites you to one of their Remembrance Day services across Hamilton to honour Hamilton’s veterans and service men and women. Click here for an event listing.Read more
We are excited to announce that construction is complete on the natural playground at Canadian Martyrs School located at Leland and Main Street W. This project was made possible through the 2016 forWard One Participatory Budgeting Process where it was the 7th top project of the year. Thank you to everyone who helped submit the idea, voted for it and make this possible!
Pictured above, from left to right: Peter Messina (Principal), Dr. K. Prangley (Parent) Trustee Mark Valvasori, Councillor Aidan Johnson, Craig Rushton (Parent)Read more
Aidan would like to thank the organizers, visitors and everyone else who made this year's festival a big success!
Pictured above: From left to right there is Carolyn (volunteer at Ten Thousand Villages), Melanie (Assistant Manager at Ten Thousand Villages), Aidan, and Suzanne (member of Fair Trade Hamilton).
The KNA and the Fill a Bus Feed a Family Food Drive wanted to send a big thank to everyone who helped make make this year's Fill a Bus, Feed a Family Food Drive a huge success!
Day after the Orlando Shootings, people rallied together at Hamilton City Hall to kick off Hamilton Pride Week 2016. Here is Aidan's address: