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The City’s second cycling survey online

The City of Toronto has launched the next phase a new bike plan process: fill out their second survey now! Later this year, City staff will bring a new 10-year cycling network plan forward to City Council. Our goal is to ensure that our core ask of building a city-wide Minimum Grid of 100 km of […]

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Toronto Ravine Strategy – Have your say!

Have your say on the future of Toronto’s ravines! Parks, Forestry and Recreation, together with City Planning and Toronto Water will be developing the Toronto Ravine Strategy in consultation with Economic Development and Culture and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).Ravines provide many important ecological services and recreation opportunities. They are also a fragile […]

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Complete Streets public consultation

Complete streets are designed to consider the needs of all users, such as people who walk, bicycle, take transit or drive, and people of varying ages and levels of ability. They also consider other uses like sidewalk cafés, street furniture, street trees, utilities, and stormwater management. Learn more here or visit tonight’s Public Open House: […]

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Canada Post – Public Consultations in June

Canada Post has announced a plan to replace door-to-door home delivery with a community mailbox system. Toronto’s new community mailboxes will be installed in the next couple of years. I have asked City staff to investigate the challenges this will create including: risk of theft; access challenges for seniors and those with disabilities; lighting and […]

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Share your views on Toronto Community Housing – last meeting!

June 8, 2015 Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing to hold community meeting in June The Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing is examining how Toronto Community Housing serves the people of Toronto and how it is governed. The task force held four community meetings in May and is holding a fifth meeting […]

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Waste Diversion Strategy Consultations

How should Toronto manage its waste in the future? There are several opportunities happening in June for Toronto residents to share ideas on developing the City’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy: Get caught up by reading our most recent Project Update Attend a public consultation event offered on June 9, 15, 20 or 24 – […]

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Share your views on the operation of Toronto’s public tennis courts

The City of Toronto is reviewing public tennis court operations and the policy that covers outdoor tennis clubs. Staff will host a series of public meetings in June to obtain input from tennis court users, including members of tennis clubs, as well as interested non-users of Toronto’s municipal tennis courts. Meeting schedule: North District: Thursday, […]

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Take a Seat MPP – TTC Riders Challenge

Join the “Saved you a seat MPP” day of action On Monday April 27, join us at bus, street car, and subway stops across Toronto to encourage our provincial elected officials to ride public transit and fairly fund the TTC. EMAIL YOUR MPP TO TAKE THE CHALLENGE AND FAIRLY FUND OUR TTC  SIGN UP TO […]

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Rooming House Review – Consultations

City of Toronto consulting with Toronto residents on review of rooming houses The City of Toronto is presenting a series of consultation sessions on a Rooming House Review initiative addressing issues related to the conditions and regulation of rooming houses in Toronto. The review is led by the Municipal Licensing & Standards and City Planning […]

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Child Care Budget Update

Dear Child Care Friends, I am writing to provide a brief update on a number of child care issues that City Council will be considering in the coming weeks. The proposed City’s Children’s Services 2015 Budget is now on its way to City Council for debate and approval on March 10-11. The Children’s Services budget […]

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City of Toronto to host public consultation session on street food

Members of the street food vending industries and the public are invited to attend a public consultation session on March 5 to review and comment on proposed changes to Toronto’s street vending bylaw. Council approved a city-wide bylaw for street vending last year. The bylaw addresses the City’s need to manage the various uses of […]

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