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  • Adoption fees waived for black cats at City of Toronto animal shelters in honour of Black Friday

    Starting tomorrow, the City of Toronto is holding a cat adoption blitz in honour of Black Friday from Saturday, November 22 to Sunday, November 30. Residents can go home with a kitten or cat with any black colouring, without paying the usual $75 adoption fee (there is a $15 pet licence fee or $7.50 for […]

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  • Nominations open for Agnes Macphail Award

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    The Agnes Macphail Recognition Committee invites you to think of an outstanding East Yorker you or someone you know could nominate for the 2014 Agnes Macphail Award.

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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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  • Share your views on Child Care at the Toronto Parent Summit

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    Learn more at toronto.ca 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 […]

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  • National Survivors of Suicide Day, Nov 21flag raising

    National Survivors of Suicide Day is a time for family and friends of those who have died by suicide to join together for healing and in support of suicide prevention.  Each year, approximately 3500 Canadians die by suicide.  For every death by suicide there are between 6 to 10 others left behind struggling to make […]

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  • Snow shovellers needed

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    Neighbourhood Centre, located in the Secord Community Centre on Barrington Ave, is looking for student and adult Snow Shovellers to serve seniors in our community during the winter months. Shovellers will be compensated an average of $15 per hour/house. Neighbourhood Centre has been running a snow shovelling program for eligible seniors and other residents since […]

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  • Healthy Living for South Asian Women

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    Accesspoint on Danforth at 3079 Danforth Ave.  invites South Asian Women to meet from 1 – 3 pm on the first and third Mondays of each month.

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  • Registration for Parent Summit in Toronto begins today

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    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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  • East York Remembrance Day

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  • East End Arts Events and Call for Proposals

    Just when you were wondering what to do with the rest of of your November…. –> Call for Submissions: “Inspired By…” Add your voice to our digital story map of the east end. How does the east end inspire you? Submit by November 7 and mark your calendars to join us on November 27 for […]

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  • City of Toronto announces official election results

    October 30, 2014 City of Toronto announces official election results Toronto City Clerk Ulli S. Watkiss today declared the official results for Toronto’s October 27 municipal election. A total of 991,754 eligible voters cast ballots. The official declaration of results is available at http://www.toronto.ca/elections/results. Results are broken down by office of mayor, councillor and school […]

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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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  • Statement by the TTC: heightened security

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    October 22, 2014 The Toronto Transit Commission has implemented heightened security across the entire transit system following the tragic events this morning in Ottawa. TTC customers can expect to see increased visibility of transit enforcement officers and Toronto Police on subway trains and in subway stations. The TTC began heightening security two weeks ago following […]

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  • Update on Taylor Creek Bridges

    In Taylor Creek Park, 3 pedestrian bridges have been newly constructed, in addition to banks stabilization work for the creek in 4 locations. The work is almost completed and site restoration is ongoing. Due to poor drainage on the paved asphalt path in some locations, additional work to improve the drainage is ongoing in 2 […]

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  • Toronto’s Great War Attic invites the public to share their First World War objects and stories

    The City of Toronto’s Museums and Heritage Services, in partnership with Historica Canada, York University and the Multicultural History Society of Ontario, is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War with an initiative called Toronto’s Great War Attic. At 12 free events taking place across the city through November 28, […]

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