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  • Pilot project provides designated parking spaces for motorcycles and scooters in downtown Toronto

    The City of Toronto in conjunction with the Toronto Parking Authority is introducing a pilot project that will provide free-of-charge, designated on-street motorcycle and scooter parking zones to create safe, convenient parking for motorcyclists. About 300 spaces have been allocated in 30 existing pay-and-display locations in the downtown core. Six locations are operational now and […]

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  • Proxy certificates now available for Toronto’s October 27 election

    Proxy certificates are now available for the October 27 municipal election. If an elector is unable to vote, for any reason, on any of the available voting days, the elector can appoint a proxy to vote on his or her behalf. The proxy must be someone who is an eligible elector in the City of […]

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  • Volunteer for Community Dining on Fridays

    VOLUNTEER POSITION: Community Dining Program Volunteer Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services improves health outcomes for the most vulnerable immigrants, refugees, and their communities. We do this by facilitating access to services and addressing systemic inequities. We envision a future in which Toronto’s diverse communities achieve health with dignity. The Community Dining Program is […]

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  • Registration for City Recreation Programs starts September 10!

    The City of Toronto offers fun and affordable recreation programs for all ages, skill levels and interests. Registration for fall and some winter recreation programs begins at 7 a.m. on September 6 in Etobicoke/York, September 7 in Scarborough, September 9 in North York and September 10 in Toronto East York district. Step 1: Get family […]

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  • Friends of Dawes Crossing meet this Thursday

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    You are invited to join the Friends of Dawes Crossing this Thursday, September 11 at 7 pm at 10 Gower St. Let’s animate this space! Bring your ideas for an event or activity. Funding may be available. Come to learn more!

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  • Watermain Break 2803 Danforth

    This morning’s watermain break at 2803 Danforth is effecting water service from just east of Dawes to Sibley, as well as residents on Kelvin and Luttrell. Toronto Water has just informed us that crews are making the repairs right now, and the water should be back on within the next two hours (approx. 5 pm.)

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  • Danforth Mosaic wants your input

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    The Danforth Mosaic BIA marketing committee wants your help! Participate in a one hour workshop to help define what makes our hood special. Refreshments will be served.

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  • This week’s East Lynn Farmers’ Market

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    Local Deal Alert: Melanie’s Bistro is waiving the corkage fee on B.Y.O.W on Thursday’s. All you have to do is buy your wine from the market and purchase an entree. What a wonderful idea! Visit the Community Booth this week where realtor advocate, Deb Dorsey, shares the value of our neighbourhood, providing sales statistics for […]

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  • Voters’ list now available for Toronto municipal election

    Members of the public can now confirm whether they are on the voters’ list for the City of Toronto’s municipal election on October 27. The list identifies eligible electors, including their name and address as well as their school support. “Being on the voters’ list ensures you receive a voter information card, which tells you […]

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  • City of Toronto removing abandoned bikes from streets, sidewalks

    With students returning to school at this time of year, the City experiences increased pressure for safe and secure bike parking. To free up much needed bicycle parking, the City of Toronto is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying abandoned bikes for removal over the next few weeks. Residents can assist with this cleanup by […]

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  • Health warning issued on consuming wild mushrooms

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    Toronto Public Health is advising the public of the potential health risks associated with eating wild mushrooms after a Toronto resident was hospitalized after consuming wild mushrooms identified as “Amanita“ (bisporigera species), which can be fatal. “Toronto Public Health wants to remind the public not to pick and eat mushrooms found growing in the wild,” […]

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  • Ideaspace. Share your ideas with the City

    The City is piloting new ways for residents to share their ideas, knowledge and expertise, and help shape the future of Toronto. IdeaSpace is an interactive opportunity for residents to discuss, explore and comment on each other’s ideas and interact with City staff on a variety of topics. First up: City Planning staff want your […]

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  • City of Toronto Labour Day Activities

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    City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation activities on Labour Day The City of Toronto encourages residents to take advantage of the City’s attractions and recreational sites open on Labour Day – Monday, September 1. Swimming Splash pads will be open on Labour Day and will remain open until September 21. Parents and caregivers are […]

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  • Update re Power outage in Wards 31 and 32

    August 26, 2014 Toronto Hydro has contacted Councillor Davis with the following update about the power outage in the south end of Ward 31 and part of Ward 32. “An independent contractor has damaged Toronto Hydro’s underground assets while excavating for non-hydro related services, causing an extended power outage to the area just north of Danforth south to Queen St. […]

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  • Toronto City Manager Joe Pennachetti and Deputy City Manager Brenda Patterson announce retirement plans

    August 26, 2014 At today’s meeting of Toronto City Council, City Manager Joe Pennachetti and Deputy City Manager Brenda Patterson announced their respective retirement plans. After a career in public service spanning close to four decades, Pennachetti will retire from his position as City Manager effective November 28, 2014. Patterson leaves her role as Deputy […]

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