The City of Canada Bay has been advised that, following the publication of the ICAC report into Operation Tolosa, Mayor Tsirekas has been suspended by the Minister for Local Government. The Deputy Mayor Joseph Cordaro will be performing the functions of the Mayor during the suspension.
Our City is a wonderful place thanks to its vibrancy, diversity and sense of community. There are many aspects of our community that contribute to making it a prime place to live, work and play – beautiful parks, quality sporting facilities, stunning waterways, vibrant shopping precincts and dining quarters.
Most importantly, the City of Canada Bay is defined by its active, passionate and caring community – active local organisations, individuals and groups that are passionate about our area.
The City of Canada Bay is home to over 90,000 people and we are committed to providing our residents with up to date, relevant information and services to help make local matters easier to navigate.
My office doors are always open to members of the community who would like a chat about a local issue. Get in touch with me via phone: 9911 6503 | 0420 960 972 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayor Angelo Tsirekas
City of Canada Bay
Minutes are available once confirmed by Council. Please refer to the Council meetings page for a copy of the Council meeting agendas.
There are a number of events throughout the calendar year (dates and further information below).
Our yearly Citizen of the Year awards offer the perfect opportunity for us to salute and reward those residents who work hard supporting our local community while achieving success in their chosen fields.
To nominate your local hero and to find out about past award winners, click here.
Becoming a citizen represents a commitment to Australia and its people. It gives a sense of belonging as you fully participate in all aspects of Australian life and means that you are making an ongoing commitment to Australia and all that this country stands for.
The final step in the journey to become an Australian citizen is to make the Australian Citizenship Pledge at an Australian citizenship ceremony. Once an application for citizenship has been approved you are invited to attend a ceremony, where you make the Australian Citizenship Pledge. Ceremonies are arranged by City of Canada Bay around six months after application approved. A letter of invitation is sent by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Citizenship ceremonies are special events. They fulfil requirements under Australian citizenship law. They also provide an important opportunity to officially welcome new citizens as full members of the Australian community.
For more information about becoming an Australian citizen visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website or contact them on 131 880.
Please note, City of Canada Bay has no role in the processing or determination of citizenship applications or holding of citizenship tests. For enquiries or information on the status of your application, allocation to ceremony dates, the need for urgent citizenship ceremonies, or to download an application kit, contact the Department of Immigration and Border Protection by telephoning the Citizenship Information Line on 131 880 or visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.