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  • Councillor Davis and EYCI Art Show and Reception (June 5)

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    Celebrate the work of East York Collegiate’s Art Program

    Thursday, June 5, 6:30 to 8 pm

    East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell Ave, First Floor

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  • Everett Park Grand Opening (June 7)

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    The “Everett Open Space”, the orphan space between Oak Park Avenue and Everett Crescent, is about to become an official park! Enjoy the new pathways and landscaping. New lights are scheduled for the fall.  Join Councillor Davis on Saturday, June 7, 11 am to 1 pm, Everett Park, 10 Everett Crescent.  

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  • Peace Camp at Children’s Peace Theatre, 305 Dawes Road

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    Originated by Children’s Peace Theatre in 2001, Peace Camp is an annual, three-week summer program for community-based children between the ages of 8-13.  45 children work alongside a team of 12 accomplished professional artists and 18 youth and junior guides in a collaborative process to create an original production, complete with a musical score and […]

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  • City of Toronto’s family activities for Easter weekend

    The City of Toronto will offer many stimulating activities at its parks, forestry and recreation attractions and historic sites this weekend. Recreation programs, services and permits Friday, April 18: Due to the holiday, not all recreational programs will be offered. Regularly scheduled programs and permits at all facilities will be cancelled, with the exception of […]

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  • Open house April 16 re construction between Woodbine and Vic Park

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    Wednesday April 16, 2014
    5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
    2575 Danforth Avenue
    (Use entrance east of Barrington Ave)

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  • Mural Unveiling: City on the Move (April 22)

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    Join us for the launch and unveiling of community-inspired murals created by local youth for Woodbine and Coxwell stations, and the poems they inspired Seeing Beauty, at Woodbine and New Revelation, at Coxwell contributed by Toronto Poet Laureate,George Elliott Clarke. Tuesday, April 22, 4:30 to 6 pm 2071 Danforth Ave. (at Woodbine) Official remarks at […]

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  • Important street parking news for April 1

    News Release March 31, 2014 Delay to road permit parking changeover in Toronto Residents who have on-street parking permits are being asked to delay parking their vehicles on the other side of the street until Tuesday, April 15. Traditionally, on-street parking takes place on one side of the street for six months of the year […]

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  • Community Environment Day

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    Councillor Janet Davis’ Community Environment Day Sunday, May 4, 2014, 10 am – 2 pm East York Memorial Arena 888 Cosburn Ave. in the parking lots. Bring your recycling, electronic waste, batteries and paint! Plus take advantage of paper shredding, free compost, community group info tables, facepainting, and seed planting for kids. Did you know? […]

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  • Consultations on proposed Official Plan policies to establish development permit system for Toronto

    The City of Toronto is holding four open houses/public meetings on a new land use planning tool available to all Ontario municipalities.

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  • March Break fun at Toronto Public Libraries

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    Toronto ( March 5, 2014) – Toronto Public Library announces fun filled March Break programs for kids and teens from March 8 to March 15, featuring top performers, entertainers and artists. March Break programs at Toronto Public Library are all free. Kids and families can sing along with some of their favourite entertainers, handle a […]

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  • City of Toronto offers free and affordable activities during March Break

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    During March Break, March 10 -16, the City of Toronto is offering low cost or free family activities at its recreation centres, parks facilities and museums. More information about leisure activities and camps for children and families is available at http://www.toronto.ca/parks or by calling 311. Camps March Break recreational camps are a great opportunity for […]

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  • Create a Buzz! An Arts Networking Event (April 10)

    Create a Buzz!  An Arts Networking Event – April 10, 7-10 pm at 1298 Danforth, 2nd floor (at Greenwood TTC station) A pecha kucha style networking event for community members to promote their art projects and works in progress with others working and living in the east end. What do you want to share with […]

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  • Town hall meetings on Toronto Hydro’s response to ice storm (March 6)

    The Independent Review Panel responsible for assessing Toronto Hydro’s response to the December 2013 ice storm will hold three concurrent town hall meetings on Thursday, March 6. Toronto residents and business owners will have an opportunity to comment on Toronto Hydro’s preparation for and response to the ice storm. The City of Toronto is co-ordinating […]

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  • City of Toronto tackling potholes and clearing catch basins on City Streets

    With milder temperatures forecasted for the near future, the City of Toronto is actively patrolling for potholes as they form on streets. City crews are ready to deal with emergency pothole situations by making temporary repairs. When conditions become drier, crews will make more permanent repairs. The City will be doubling the number of staff […]

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  • Consultations on local appeal body for C of A decisions

    City of Toronto hosting public consultations on a proposed local appeal body for Committee of Adjustment decisions The City of Toronto is holding public consultations to speak with Torontonians about the establishment and implementation of a local appeal body that would hear appeals of Committee of Adjustment decisions. The Province of Ontario granted the City […]

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