Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 6 PM
Stan Wadlow Clubhouse
373 Cedarvale Avenue
Dear Friends of Stan Wadlow, I am pleased to say that our Safety Walk in Stan Wadlow Park has been rescheduled for Wednesday March 7th from 7:30pm to 8:30pm. Join me, along with our Parks Ambassador, Corporate Security, and the Police department in a walk through Stan Wadlow Park to assess and identify any areas where […]
Waterfront Toronto is hosting a community consultation to share information about the Port Lands Flood Protection; a seven-year project that will re-naturalize the mouth of the Don River, create a new river valley through the Port Lands, a new island, and new parks roads and bridges.
The Toronto Police Service (TPS) is modernizing its policing model, as described in The Way Forward Action Plan. Part of that effort includes assessing the Service’s organizational culture – the values, beliefs and behaviours that shape how the Toronto Police Service members do their work and interact with the community.
We are excited to announce the launch of the 2018 Community Projects and Events funding stream. Through this fund, the City of Toronto provides two streams of one-time funding that support community groups and organizations to build vibrant, equitable, inclusive and safe communities.
As Black History Month approaches, East York Historical Society is hosting a general meeting beginning the celebration of Black History! This meeting will be on Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 at 7:30pm at S. Walter Stewart Library (John S. Ridout Auditorium) located at 170 Memorial Park & Durant Avenues, East York, Ontario. Amazing guest speakers will be attending, […]
The City’s Budget Committee is coming to our community to hear your ideas and concerns. Committee members will hold two sittings at the East York Civic Centre this Wednesday, January 10 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. onwards.
A big thank you to Secord Elementary School for participating in this year’s Holiday Card Competition! The winners, clockwise from the top left, are Sreyojit, Chaise, Kanis and Benjamin!
On October 19, we held a drop-in public consultation in Stanley G. Grizzle Park across from Main Street Subway Station to look at the playground design options for the new park upgrades.
Many of us are concerned about the recent incidents of violence in Stan Wadlow Park. These events, most notably the tragic loss of Isaiah Witt, have understandably created anxiety and a heightened awareness of safety issues in our area. Although we know that Stan Wadlow and our neighbourhood are safe – and have statistically low levels of violence – we also know that even one violent incident is too many.