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  • Doors Open Toronto at more than 155 locations this weekend

    The 16th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf returns this weekend, offering rare access to more than 155 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city. Many of the locations will host exhibitions and architectural talks, and 14 walking tours are available. Dates: Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24 Times: […]

  • Toronto hosts the world for Pan Am/Parapan Am


    This summer, our city will be the proud Host City of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games. The Pan Am Games are the third largest international multi-sport games, only surpassed by the Olympic Summer Games and the Asian Games. Toronto will welcome 10,000+ athletes, coaches and officials as well as tens of […]

  • Share your views on the operation of Toronto’s public tennis courts

    Coleman park tennis courts

    The City of Toronto is reviewing public tennis court operations and the policy that covers outdoor tennis clubs. Staff will host a series of public meetings in June to obtain input from tennis court users, including members of tennis clubs, as well as interested non-users of Toronto’s municipal tennis courts. Meeting schedule: North District: Thursday, […]

  • Fireworks and more: City activities on the long weekend

    ashbridges fireworks

    May 14, 2015 City of Toronto’s long-weekend activities include fireworks finale at Ashbridges Bay Park on Victoria Day The City of Toronto will offer a wide variety of activities for residents on Monday, May 18, including the annual Victoria Day fireworks display at Ashbridges Bay. Many family attractions, including two farms, three historic sites and […]

  • City Council adopts plan for children’s services in Toronto over the next five years

    May 6, 2015 Toronto City Council has approved a Children’s Services 2015-2019 Service Plan that sets out a bold new vision for the system of services available to support children and families in Toronto. The services include child care, family-support programs, special-needs services and middle-childhood programs. “The new Service Plan tells the story of how […]

  • Volunteers needed for East York Canada Day

    Canada Day Parade slider

    As Canada Day approaches, the East York Toronto Canada Day Corporation is making plans and seeking volunteers to help make the annual event in Stan Wadlow Park a success. The committee meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, at 7:30, in the East York Civic Centre at 850 Coxwell Ave. Come learn more about […]

  • Take a Seat MPP – TTC Riders Challenge

    Join the “Saved you a seat MPP” day of action On Monday April 27, join us at bus, street car, and subway stops across Toronto to encourage our provincial elected officials to ride public transit and fairly fund the TTC. EMAIL YOUR MPP TO TAKE THE CHALLENGE AND FAIRLY FUND OUR TTC  SIGN UP TO […]

  • Community Safety Programs can apply for City funding

    Communities have different assets and different structural resources to address safety and violence-prevention issues such as gang violence, violent incidents in a community, physical abuse (against spouse, child, elder or other vulnerable person), human trafficking and so on. In recognition of the complexity of violence issues, CSI funded projects are expected to address violence with […]

  • Ward 31 Community Clean-ups

    Saturday, April 18, 2015 Topham Park 9 – 10 am with Topham Park Baseball Meet at the Topham Park Clubhouse Taylor Creek: 10 am – 2 pm with A Rocha and The Rez on Woodbine Meet at the bottom of the hill, Haldon entrance Dentonia Park: 10 am – noon with Councillor Davis and Friends […]

  • Toronto Public Health holds second immunization clinic for residents who may be exposed to hepatitis A at Danforth juice bar

    April 13, 2015 Toronto Public Health is holding a second free immunization clinic for anyone who consumed juice at the Big Carrot Organic Juice Bar located at 348 Danforth Ave. in Toronto, Ontario, between March 17 and April 2, 2015, as they may have been exposed to hepatitis A. The clinic will be held from […]

  • Nominations wanted – 2015 Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards

    Consider honouring a City of Toronto resident or organization for making a significant contribution to improving human rights in Toronto. The deadline for submitting nominations is Monday, May 11, 2015. Nomination forms are on the website at The AEHR Awards are presented in five categories: Aboriginal Affairs Award Access Award for Disability Issues Constance […]

  • Rooming House Review – Consultations

    City of Toronto consulting with Toronto residents on review of rooming houses The City of Toronto is presenting a series of consultation sessions on a Rooming House Review initiative addressing issues related to the conditions and regulation of rooming houses in Toronto. The review is led by the Municipal Licensing & Standards and City Planning […]

  • Noise Bylaws: Short survey – Share your views!

    Is construction noise driving you crazy? Patios? Barking dogs? The City of Toronto is reviewing Noise Bylaws and wants to hear from you. Until April 24, share your views through this survey:

  • Bangla New Year


    Bangladeshi-Canadian Community Services (BCS) is celebrating Bengali New year on 18th April. You are cordially invited to the event. There will be different cultural performances, food stall, fun activities and Art Competition for children and youth. Please ask youth and children to register for Bangla New Year Art competition at Dead line for registration is […]

  • City of Toronto’s family activities for Easter weekend

    The City of Toronto will offer many fun activities at its recreational facilities and attractions, as well as at City historic sites, during the coming Easter weekend. Recreation programs, services and permits Regularly scheduled recreation programs and permits at all parks and recreation facilities are cancelled on Friday, April 3 (Good Friday) and Monday, April […]