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Welcome East York – January 8th 2017

Councillor Davis would like to invite you to her annual Welcome East York event, featuring an exciting lineup of civic leaders who make our City great. This year’s event will feature TTC CEO Andy Byford, City Librarian Vickery Bowles, and City Manager Peter Wallace, as well as local East York Councillors Janet Davis, Mary Fragedakis, […]


I want to thank residents…

for contacting me about divisive posters recently found in our community.

As a result of the concerns brought forward, City staff investigated, took action and the posters have been removed. Like you, I believe there is no place for sentiments of this kind in our community or in our city.


Cedarcrest and Cronkwright Park Consultation

Exciting plans are underway to revitalize Joshua Cronkwright Parkette on Dawes Rd with a new playground, and to create a new park space on Cedarcrest Blvd. These green spaces will be linked together with a new path to provide a safe way for pedestrians to access the adjacent school, library and transit stops. Residents in […]


Cultural Hotspot Community Connect!

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 […]


Get ready for fall/winter recreation program registration!

Registration includes fall recreation, skating and swim programs as well as ski and some winter recreation programs. Registration begins at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, September 14th in East York. For more information on programs or to set up an account, please visit:    


Toronto Ward Boundary Review

Another Opportunity to Comment on the Toronto Ward Boundary Review The Toronto Ward Boundary Review (TWBR) team is seeking feedback from the public, stakeholders and Members of City Council on two items outlined in the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Additional Information Report: REVISED OPTION 2 which has 44 wards and incorporates the refinements suggested during […]