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  • Crescent Town Club Fire Update

    From the Crescent Town Club website, December 15, 2014 On behalf of the Crescent Town Club Inc. Board of Directors please be assured that we are fully committed to the reopening of the Club, and further, we understand and sympathize with any inconveniences this closure may have caused anyone. As a result of a July […]

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  • The City’s plan for snow clearing

    It’s that time of the year again – winter! A Canadian winter can sometimes mean a lot of snow, and the City of Toronto is ready. Here are a few things that you can expect as we gear up for another winter in Toronto. Prior to the onset of a storm, Transportation Services will be […]

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  • Public Appointments Opportunities

    Public Appointments Opportunities The City of Toronto needs local residents to serve on high-profile, challenging, and exciting boards of directors for City agencies and corporations. Being on a City board is a unique opportunity to contribute to your community, collaborate with others, and gain valuable skills and experience by helping to support public services. Apply […]

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  • Registration for City of Toronto winter skating and swimming lessons and March Break camps begins December 6

    The City of Toronto offers fun and affordable recreation programs for all ages, skill levels and interests. On Saturday, December 6 starting at 7 a.m., Toronto residents across the city will be able to register for winter skating and swimming lessons as well as March Break camps, including arts, sports, cooking and more. Registration for […]

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  • How to help Toronto’s homeless this holiday season

    December 1, 2014 If you are looking for a way to help people who are homeless and vulnerable this holiday season, consider taking advice from the community agencies who serve them. The City of Toronto surveyed agencies that run shelters, drop-ins and other services for homeless people to ask them what would bring cheer to […]

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  • Residents advised to be cautious of potentially misleading communications about Toronto Water programs

    The City of Toronto has received complaints from Toronto residents who have been given notices from independent contractors (such as flyers, notices placed on door knobs and lawn signs) that appear to be designed to look like they are communications from the City of Toronto about a number of programs and services offered by Toronto […]

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  • City of Toronto recognizes achievements in human rights

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    November 26, 2014 The City of Toronto honoured seven people this evening at the Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards event held in the City Hall council chamber. The annual ceremony celebrates advances in human rights in Toronto. Councillors Janet Davis (Ward 31 Beaches-East York), Frank Di Giorgio (Ward 12 York South-Weston), Paula Fletcher (Ward […]

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  • Public input invited on rules and guidelines for outdoor cafés in Toronto

    November 24, 2014 The City of Toronto is conducting a review of its bylaws that govern outdoor cafés operating on the public right-of-way/sidewalks. The goal is to harmonize existing bylaws and create a single bylaw for all of Toronto, as well as to review fees and establish updated outdoor café guidelines that will help create/maintain […]

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  • Snow clearing for seniors and disabled residents in Toronto

    If you are a senior or disabled resident of Toronto, the City will clear snow from the sidewalk in front of your home in areas where the service is not provided by a machine. The City of Toronto provides sidewalk snow clearing in most of Toronto, however there are areas – mostly in older, central […]

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  • Adoption fees waived for black cats at City of Toronto animal shelters in honour of Black Friday

    Starting tomorrow, the City of Toronto is holding a cat adoption blitz in honour of Black Friday from Saturday, November 22 to Sunday, November 30. Residents can go home with a kitten or cat with any black colouring, without paying the usual $75 adoption fee (there is a $15 pet licence fee or $7.50 for […]

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  • Nominations open for Agnes Macphail Award

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    The Agnes Macphail Recognition Committee invites you to think of an outstanding East Yorker you or someone you know could nominate for the 2014 Agnes Macphail Award.

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  • TTC Customer Town Hall

    Join senior staff from the Toronto Transit Commission on Thursday, November 20, to share your experiences with TTC. Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St. W. Rotunda – 6-7 pm Council Chambers 7-9 pm https://www.ttc.ca/Customer_Service/Public_Town_Hall_Meetings/index.jsp

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  • Online survey: Child Care

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    Take the survey! The City of Toronto recently invited parents to the Toronto Parent Summit parents to hear valuable feedback regarding their experiences with child care as well as to learn more about the child care system and available programs and services. If you missed the Parent Summit you can share your views online. It only takes […]

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  • National Survivors of Suicide Day, Nov 21flag raising

    National Survivors of Suicide Day is a time for family and friends of those who have died by suicide to join together for healing and in support of suicide prevention.  Each year, approximately 3500 Canadians die by suicide.  For every death by suicide there are between 6 to 10 others left behind struggling to make […]

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  • Snow shovellers needed

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    Neighbourhood Centre, located in the Secord Community Centre on Barrington Ave, is looking for student and adult Snow Shovellers to serve seniors in our community during the winter months. Shovellers will be compensated an average of $15 per hour/house. Neighbourhood Centre has been running a snow shovelling program for eligible seniors and other residents since […]

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