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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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After School Programs – share your views!

What does high quality after school care look like to you? We’re asking you – Toronto parents and program providers – to list characteristics of high-quality after-school programming. One question, several answers! Take a few minutes to provide your input and let us know what matters to you!  Please provide your feedback here.  

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Toronto seeks input on sign and billboard regulations

The City of Toronto is looking for input from the public and business owners on potential changes to the City of Toronto Act and the Toronto Sign Bylaw. The proposed changes would increase the City’s ability to implement and enforce the Sign Bylaw. At the January 8 meeting of the Planning and Growth Management Committee, […]

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Gardiner Expressway: Online Survey and Public Consultation

I am very pleased that the public consultation I asked for on the Rehabilitation of the Gardiner is now under way. Many of the questions in the survey relate to your feelings about Public Private Partnerships (P3’s) as well as your prioritites for the Gardiner Expressway. The Gardiner Expressway is in need of significant maintenance […]

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Toronto Public Library Consultations

As part of the City of Toronto’s 2015 budget process, the Toronto Public Library Board is inviting input and feedback on its 2015 operating budget request, and on library services that are important to you. I know many of you care about libraries as much as I do. This year the 2015 Toronto Public Library (TPL) […]

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City Budget 2015 – Speak to the Budget Committee!

Do you care about City services? What are your priorities for the 2015 Budget? Register to speak to the sub-committee during the public consultations February 2 and 3 at City Hall (100 Queen St. W) or the Scarborough Civic Centre by emailing buc@toronto.ca. For more information visit www.toronto.ca.  

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Online survey extended to Jan 6: Child Care

Take the survey! The City of Toronto recently invited parents to the Toronto Parent Summit parents to hear valuable feedback regarding their experiences with child care as well as to learn more about the child care system and available programs and services. If you missed the Parent Summit you can share your views online. It only takes […]

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TTC Customer Town Hall

Join senior staff from the Toronto Transit Commission on Thursday, November 20, to share your experiences with TTC. Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St. W. Rotunda – 6-7 pm Council Chambers 7-9 pm https://www.ttc.ca/Customer_Service/Public_Town_Hall_Meetings/index.jsp

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Registration for Parent Summit in Toronto begins today

November 7, 2014 Toronto parents are invited to register to attend one of three Parent Summit sessions taking place on November 19 and 22. These sessions are an opportunity for parents to provide valuable feedback regarding their experiences with child care as well as to learn more about the child care system and available programs […]

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Main Street Retail: Share your views

November 6, 2014 Main Street Retail: Animating the public realm through active retail and commercial uses Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, 2nd floor, Committee Room 1 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Background Toronto historic main streets network, one of the most extensive in North America, forms a critical backbone within the city. Main […]

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Public invited to learn more and provide comments on wayfinding in Toronto

September 25, 2014 The City of Toronto is hosting several public consultation activities to obtain input from residents, commuters and visitors on the City’s proposed Wayfinding Strategy and an updated Highway Destination Signage Policy. Wayfinding enables people to find their way around a city. More than just signs and maps, wayfinding comprises names, landmarks and […]

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Ideaspace. Share your ideas with the City

The City is piloting new ways for residents to share their ideas, knowledge and expertise, and help shape the future of Toronto. IdeaSpace is an interactive opportunity for residents to discuss, explore and comment on each other’s ideas and interact with City staff on a variety of topics. First up: City Planning staff want your […]

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Feeling Congested? July 8

“Feeling Congested?” Review of Selected Official Plan Transportation Policies Open House (July 8, 2014) As part of the Five Year Review of the Toronto Official Plan, the City is updating and strengthening selected transportation policies of the Official Plan. A draft set of Official Plan transportation policy changes were presented to the Planning and Growth […]

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