Road, sewer and intersection improvements are coming to the O’Connor Drive area
The City will be improving the intersection at Woodbine and O’Connor. To complete the work efficiently, the intersection and the O’Connor Bridge will be closed the following weekends for construction
It was an honour to celebrate the naming of the laneway west of Main Street after Stanley G. Grizzle, an early leader in the black community in Toronto and a courageous fighter for workers rights, social justice and racial equality.
Join me and Toronto’s Traffic Safety Manager on Tuesday, May 29th at the Danforth Mennonite Church (2174 Danforth Avenue) at 7:00pm for an information night about traffic safety in our neighbourhood.
The City is holding a drop-in session as the final meeting for the O’Connor Drive Streetscape Masterplan Project where you can learn more about the results of the project, ask questions, and share your comments.
The City of Toronto is holding a Public Open House meeting for the O’Connor Drive Streetscape Masterplan Project, where you can learn more about the project, ask questions, and share your comments.
Monday, March 12 to Friday, March 16 is March Break for elementary and high school students in Toronto. The City of Toronto will offer many free and affordable activities for students and their families that week.
Throughout March and April, a Poverty Reduction panel series will be held to generate bold ideas for the next phase of the City’s Poverty Reduction Strategy.
Dear Neighbours, For over 30 years, the Earl Beatty Community Centre has provided excellent recreational services to our neighbourhood. It is a place of learning and fun that has helped us build an active, healthy community. However, as our neighbourhood has grown and changed over the years, Earl Beatty’s programming has not grown with it. […]