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  • Statement of Unity from TO Councillors and Trustees


    Statement of Unity: In light of recent hate crimes targeting Muslims, especially Muslim women, and threatening to create a rift in our communities, we stand united today to state the following: No one should be made to feel afraid because of who they are and what they believe. No one should be afraid to practice […]

  • HOT Consultations

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    The Affordable Housing Office and Shelter, Support and Housing Administration have begun a five year review of Housing Opportunities Toronto-An Affordable Housing Action Plan 2010-2015. You are welcome to join the four consultations meetings that are being held. Light refreshments will be available and TTC tokens provided as needed. The first meeting will be on […]

  • TalkTransformation! Series Event #3

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    Come check out the third event in the City’s TalkTransformation! series. This talk will take place on November 26. The topic of this event will be low-carbon transportation, with expert panelists discussing how we can reduce our emissions from transportation. The goal of this series is to generate the ideas needed to reduce Toronto’s greenhouse […]

  • City of Toronto working on a Tree Planting Strategy


    The City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation division, in consultation with Toronto Water, Transportation Services, City Planning and Economic Development and Culture, will develop a Tree Planting Strategy to inspire action to reach the City’s target of 40 per cent tree canopy cover over the next 30 to 40 years. The development of the […]

  • City of Toronto holding meeting for public input on City of Toronto Act


    The Province of Ontario is reviewing Toronto’s enabling legislation, the City of Toronto Act, 2006 (COTA). The City of Toronto is preparing its submission to the Province of Ontario on requested changes to COTA. At a recent meeting, City Council approved several changes to COTA that the City will submit to the province for consideration. […]

  • Toronto Satellite-Vancouver Zero Waste Conference

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    The City of Toronto is thrilled to be a satellite host for the Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Conference in Toronto from 11:00 am until 8:00 pm on Thursday October 29, 2015. All are welcome to attend this free drop-in event, which will take place at the Miles Nadal JCC, Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina Avenue. […]

  • Survey for Torontonians to provide input on new way to resolve parking ticket disputes

    The City of Toronto is moving toward a new process to resolve parking ticket disputes that will remove the parking bylaw dispute process from the provincial court system. Members of the public are invited to complete an online survey about the customer service features they would like to see in the new Administrative Monetary Penalty […]

  • Coxwell Station Bus Loop Closure

    The bus loop at Coxwell Station will be closed on October 22nd, 2015 until December 31st, 2016 to allow for construction of a new elevator. During this time, the TTC station’s bus loop will also be repaved. The station will remain fully operational during this 14 month period. Buses will board from Coxwell Avenue and […]

  • Public Meetings Continue for Ward Boundary Review

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    Learn about the proposed changes to Toronto’s ward boundaries at the website, or in person at a public meeting next week: Toronto and East York meetings: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015 Location: Holy Rosary Church Hall Time: 10AM – 12PM Address: 356 St Clair Ave W, York, ON Room: Main Floor – Room 2 Major Intersection: […]

  • Outdoor Cafes and Marketing Display Review

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    A set of draft outdoor cafe bylaw guidelines has been developed based on feedback from a series of public consultation meetings, research, and surveys with a variety of stakeholders. You can hear about these draft guidelines and share your input at the upcoming consultation: Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 6 to 8 pm East York Civic […]

  • New Family Drop-ins at Stan Wadlow


    Join your neighbours for weekly family crafts and ping pong at Stan Wadlow Clubhouse. These are free family events run by the City of Toronto’s Recreations department. Everyone is welcome. Monday evenings from 6-7:45pm Saturday afternoons from 11:30-1:30pm    

  • Taylor Creek Park: Notley Stairs Repair Begins

    We are pleased to announce the Taylor Creek Park’s entrance at Notley Place will be getting brand new pre-cast concrete stairs starting the week of Monday, September 28th. Work on this Capital Construction project will continue throughout the next 6 weeks. We thank you for your patience while this is completed. Once the steps are […]

  • A New Splashpad is Coming to George Webster Park!

    George Webster Park Public Notice from Parks Forestry and Recreation: Parks, Forestry and Recreation will be commencing the installation of a new splash pad area commencing late Summer 2015. The work includes upgrades to the existing wading pool, the installation of a new splash pad area, seating, water bottle filling station and tree planting. Construction […]

  • 2015 TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit

    REMINDER   2015 TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit 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 […]

  • Local residents invited to form Toronto’s first Planning Review Panel

    September 9, 2015   Thousands of Torontonians will begin receiving letters in their mailboxes today inviting them to volunteer to join the City’s inaugural Planning Review Panel. Toronto’s City Planning Division is launching the Planning Review Panel, an innovative process that will empower 28 randomly-selected Toronto residents to learn about city planning and offer input […]