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  • Jane(t)’s Walk – Massey Farmlands to Dentonia Parklands!

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    Please join me for our first “Jane(t)’s Walk” to explore the former Dawes Road and historical Massey Farmlands, where milk was first pasteurized in Canada!
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  • Keeping the Danforth Safe

     Dear Neighbours, By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about the weekend shooting on the Danforth, just west of Coxwell.  I know this incident is very concerning for many residents, particularly because it took place in the same location as previous shootings. I want to assure you that all your local councillors are taking this situation […]
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  • Community Cleanup Events in Ward 31: April 23/24

    Join your neighbours to keep our city clean and green from April 22nd to 24th for Clean Toronto Together. Thousands of people across Toronto will be pitching in to clean their local parks and green spaces. It’s a great way to meet your neighbours and take pride in the well-loved spaces in your community. In […]
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  • To Sprawl, or Not to Sprawl? Saving Ontario’s Greenbelt

    Poster April 27th Greenbelt Event
    Attend a special evening that will bring together a lively panel of experts for a timely information session on urban sprawl into our Greenbelt and the Greater Golden Horseshoe. When: Wednesday, April 26th, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Where: St Columba Church, Lennox Auditorium 2723 Saint Clair Avenue East
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  • April 26th – Take Action on Child Care!

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    The Ontario government has proposed new regulations for child care centres. Join me for a meeting to discuss the new regulations, and what parents can do to make their voices heard. Date: Tuesday April 26th Time 6pm-7:30pm Location: Kimbourne United Church – Hall – 200 Wolverleigh Blvd Child Care and snacks will be provided. Email […]
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  • Parks and Recreations Facilities Master Plan – East York Consultation

    Help shape the City’s Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan at a consultation in East York. The City of Toronto is developing a 20-year plan to invest in parks and recreation facilities such as community centres, sports fields, pools ice rinks, and bike/skate parks. Learn more and share your views about these facilities in our […]
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  • Child Care Update – Take Action Now

    The Ontario government is proposing dangerous changes to our child care regulations which will affect quality and access. Read my e-blast on this issue and sign onto OCBCC’s open letter here.
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  • Solid Waste Management Services: Movie Screening

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    The Solid Waste Management Services is developing a Long Term Waste Management Strategy to help spark discussion on how the City will manage waste over the next 30 to 50 years. In order to create further discussion on the Draft Waste Strategy, Solid Waste Management Services will be holding a movie night. The movie being […]
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  • H.O.M.E Portal

    The H.O.M.E portal (Housing Opportunities & Marketplace Exchange) is an online portal which allows businesses and individuals to post housing, goods, and service opportunities to help Syrian refugees arriving in Toronto. Finding housing is one of the primary needs of refugees and their sponsors. The City of Toronto’s Refugee Resettlement Program Council approved the Toronto […]
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  • Clean Toronto Together 2016! April 22 – 24

    Gather your friends, neighbours, co-workers and classmates to clean a park, laneway or any other space that needs your help. Friday, April 22 is the Corporate & School 20-Minute Makeover, and Saturday April 23 & Sunday April 24 are the Community Clean-up Days. Learn more, register and find out where to get your free GLAD® garbage and recycling bags […]
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  • George Webster School Expansion Open House

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    March 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm The TDSB is hosting a public meeting to present plans for expanding George Webster Elementary School and the adjoining child care centre. Neighbours are invited to view these proposed plans with TDSB staff and architects on hand to answer questions. The meeting will be held in the gymnasium at George […]
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  • Noise Bylaw Consultation

    The City of Toronto has begun a review of its Noise Bylaw. The bylaw exists to prevent noise that is likely to disturb residents’ enjoyment and comfort. The goal of the review is to create a noise bylaw that balances the interests of all stakeholders, is up-to-date and easy for residents, property owners and businesses to […]
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  • GO Rail Network Electrification-Public Meetings

    Go Rail Network Electrification-Public Meetings: Metrolinx is holding consultations with the public on February 16, February 24, and March 22 about the conversion of several GO Transit rail corridors from a diesel to an electric based system. The project is being planned under the Transit Project Assessment Process. February 16th: Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School […]
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  • New 24E Victoria Park Express

    New Express Bus Rout
    The TTC has added five new express bus routes that will begin running this March. The new 24E Victoria Park Express bus will be running on Victoria Park Ave. between Victoria Park Station and Steeles Ave. E., operating between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. and between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. More information in the link below: […]
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  • Hydro One Leaside to Main Infrastructure Refurbishment Project

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    Hydro One is launching a process to refurbish two sections of aging underground transmission cable located in Ward 31. The cable sections, which were originally installed during the 1950s, are located between: • Leaside Transformer Station (TS) and Todmorden Junction (JCT) • Lumsden JCT and Main TS In conjunction with this work, Hydro One will take […]
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