Find out what’s been proposed for the 2017 Children’s Services budget. CLICK HERE to read the 2017 Child Care Budget Bulletin
As most of you know, local resident Jae Blue, was struck and killed at the intersection of Cosburn and Cedarvale on December 1. Like you, I was deeply affected by this tragic incident. Many of you have expressed a desire to take action, and to be part of a community effort to get a traffic […]
Here comes the snow! Prior to the onset of a storm, Transportation Services will be applying a layer of salt brine to hills and bridges throughout the city. The application of salt brine is intended to prevent the snow from bonding to the pavement and to make it easier to plow the snow to the […]
Adopt-a-Street-Tree Information Session! Learn how to care for commercial street trees in your community and connect with other groups across Toronto interested in helping our street trees thrive.
You are invited to attend a consultation session to learn more and to have your say about the safety of your community and the future of the police service.
Community Connect is coming to East York! They’re inviting artists, arts organizations, community members and groups based in East York. Info Session for artists based in and around Crescent Town Thursday November 3rd from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Crescent Town Club 2A The Market Place Light dinner provided. General Info Session for artists based in […]
Join your neighbours to keep our city clean and green from April 22nd to 24th for Clean Toronto Together. Thousands of people across Toronto will be pitching in to clean their local parks and green spaces. It’s a great way to meet your neighbours and take pride in the well-loved spaces in your community. In […]
The Ontario government has proposed new regulations for child care centres. Join me for a meeting to discuss the new regulations, and what parents can do to make their voices heard. Date: Tuesday April 26th Time 6pm-7:30pm Location: Kimbourne United Church – Hall – 200 Wolverleigh Blvd Child Care and snacks will be provided. Email email@example.com […]
The Ontario government is proposing dangerous changes to our child care regulations which will affect quality and access. Read my e-blast on this issue and sign onto OCBCC’s open letter here.
Gather your friends, neighbours, co-workers and classmates to clean a park, laneway or any other space that needs your help. Friday, April 22 is the Corporate & School 20-Minute Makeover, and Saturday April 23 & Sunday April 24 are the Community Clean-up Days. Learn more, register and find out where to get your free GLAD® garbage and recycling bags […]
Do you have an idea to bring arts programming to a park near you? The Toronto Arts Council is still accepting applications for their grant program to bring art to City of Toronto parks. The deadline is January 11, 2016. All applicants must also attend an information session in advance of submitting an application. Funding is […]
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 One-on-One Discussions: 6 pm to 7 pm Open Public Forum 7 pm to 9 pm Allstream Centre Exhibition Place 105 Princes’ Boulevard The purpose of the Forum is to hear from customers with disabilities about possible improvements to the TTC’s conventional and specialized services, and to […]
August 11, 2015 The Toronto Ward Boundary Review (TWBR) Options Report was released today, outlining five options for new ward boundaries for Toronto. The design of the options incorporates input received during round one of the TWBR’s civic engagement and public consultation process. All of the options meet the required criteria for a new ward […]
The City of Toronto is undertaking a review of the operations of Uber and similar technologies, including the public’s interest in them and their impacts on Toronto’s taxicab and limousine industries. Key areas of the review will include: ● what bylaw changes are necessary to bring new and emerging technologies into regulation as part of […]
The City of Toronto encourages Torontonians to provide their input this summer to the Province of Ontario on how municipal legislation is working. Led by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Province is reviewing key pieces of municipal legislation to ensure that municipalities across Ontario have the tools, powers and flexibility they need […]