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  • Woodbine Station Construction Notice #11

    Construction Notice # 11 Woodbine Station Bus Roadway Closure Start Date: September 8, 2015* End Date: September 2016* *Timelines are subject to change, content is accurate at time of printing Work Description As part of TTC’s Easier Access Program, the bus roadway will be closed to allow construction of Elevator E1 within the station. TTC […]

  • Gardiner Expressway construction resumes Aug 19

    The work to replace the deck on the Gardiner Expressway, from Strachan Avenue to just west of Bathurst Street, resumes August 19. While this work is taking place, two lanes of traffic in each direction will be open. The work is expected to be completed October 31, 2016. While this work is taking place, the […]

  • 2015 TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit, Sept 16

      Wednesday, September 16, 2015   One-on-One Discussions: 6 pm to 7 pm Open Public Forum 7 pm to 9 pm   Allstream Centre Exhibition Place 105 Princes’ Boulevard     The purpose of the Forum is to hear from customers with disabilities about possible improvements to the TTC’s conventional and specialized services, and to […]

  • Options for Toronto ward boundaries released with invitation for public input

    August 11, 2015 The Toronto Ward Boundary Review (TWBR) Options Report was released today, outlining five options for new ward boundaries for Toronto. The design of the options incorporates input received during round one of the TWBR’s civic engagement and public consultation process. All of the options meet the required criteria for a new ward […]

  • August 21st – Movie Night in Dentonia Park!

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    Join us under the stars for a free screening of Big Hero 6 on Friday, August 21st. Bring kids, friends, and drop by early for fun and games! Movie starts at sundown (8:30pm), and activities start at 7:30pm.

  • Let the Parapan Am Games begin!


    Let’s get out to support the Parapan Am athletes! Review the schedule and book tickets here: PANAMANIA Live @ Nathan Phillips Square All performances are free to attend 12:30 p.m. – Nathaniel Dett Chorale 1:30 p.m. – Debra Brown’s ‘Pulse’ 6 p.m. – Martin Deschamps 7 p.m. – Jay Douglas and The All Stars […]

  • Fall/Winter Fun Guide now online!

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    Visit the Toronto Fun Guide online to start planning your Fall and Winter programs!

  • City celebrates the cat days of summer with $25 adoption fee

    July 31, 2015 City of Toronto celebrates the cat days of summer with $25 adoption fee The City of Toronto is holding a “cat days of summer” adoption blitz until August 31. Residents can go home with a kitten or cat by paying a special low adoption fee of $25 in addition to a $15 […]

  • Foragers: Leave what you find!

    City of Toronto advises that foraging in parks carries risk for humans and negatively affects ecosystems Members of the public are asked to leave what they find growing in Toronto’s public parks and natural spaces because of safety risks for humans and the impact that removal can have on the natural environment. The risk to […]

  • Please water your tree! A friendly reminder from DECA

    It’s very dry out and trees are suffering! If a tree has drooping and yellowing leaves it’s in trouble. It needs a slow tricking hose OR several large watering cans of water (best administered while holding a beverage of choice ) . Depending on the size of the tree give it 8-20 gallons in a […]

  • Danforth Safety

    July 23, 2015 Dear Neighbours, I am writing to provide information about the shooting on the Danforth last evening, and steps being taken in response. As a local resident and City Councillor, I know this was a frightening incident that has raised questions and concerns about the safety on the Danforth and in our local […]

  • Heat Alert declared for Toronto

    July 27, 2015 Based on information from Environment Canada, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a Heat Alert for Toronto today. The Heat Alert will be in effect until further notice. During a Heat Alert, the public is encouraged to call or visit family, friends and neighbours, especially isolated adults and seniors who are […]

  • Long weekend! City of Toronto recreational services offered on Simcoe Day

    The City of Toronto encourages residents to take advantage of the City’s attractions and recreational sites open for residents and visitors to enjoy on Simcoe Day, Monday, August 3. Outdoor swimming Drop by your local outdoor pool, splash pad or wading pool on Monday. All City outdoor pools, wading pools and splash pads will be […]

  • Public and industry input invited on regulations for Toronto’s ground transportation industry

    The City of Toronto is undertaking a review of the operations of Uber and similar technologies, including the public’s interest in them and their impacts on Toronto’s taxicab and limousine industries. Key areas of the review will include: ● what bylaw changes are necessary to bring new and emerging technologies into regulation as part of […]

  • Mayor’s Housing Task Force finds millions for repairs, pushes for immediate action to improve conditions for tenants

    July 15, 2015 The Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing announced today in its Interim Report that it has found hundreds of millions of dollars in additional funds for housing repairs through mortgage re-financing. Working closely with officials from the City and Toronto Community Housing (TCH), the Task Force helped re-finance a number of […]