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Welcome

Dear residents and friends,

 

I deeply appreciate your support and confidence and I look forward to an ongoing dialogue with you on the many issues, challenges and opportunities we'll face together as a community here in Ward 22, St. Paul's and as a city.

 

I'm advocating for a more thoughtful, creative and responsible new approach for city council. I want council to engage our city's residents with an inspiring plan and make informed decisions that are based on evidence, community consultation and the merits of arguments - rather than ideology or left or right-wing partisanship.

 

My staff and I are here to assist you with any concerns or questions you may have. We're also working every day to improve our local neighbourhoods- along with supporting the many valued services Torontonians rely on every day. You are always welcome to contact me at 416-392-7906 or by email at councillor_matlow@toronto.ca.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Josh

Latest Videos

Councillor Matlow spoke on tenant issues related to the Residential Tenancies Act, December 18 2013.

Councillor Josh Matlow spoke regarding development charges, October 9, 2013.

 

Toronto City Councillors to Speak at Queen's Park Committee on Bill 20: Freeing Toronto from the OMB

April 9, 2014

 

Toronto City Councillors to Speak at Queen's Park Committee on Bill 20: Freeing Toronto from the OMB

 

Media Availability at City Hall

 

Toronto City Councillors Wong-Tam, Matlow, Vaughan, and Layton will speak at a Queen's Park Committee regarding a private member's bill to remove Toronto from the jurisdiction of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). Public hearings on Bill 20, a private member's bill, will be heard at Queen's Park on April 10th. Should the bill move forward, it would allow Toronto, North America's 4th largest city, to have stronger oversight of its urban development.

 

Date: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Outside of Committee Room 1, 2nd Floor, City Hall
100 Queen St. W., Toronto

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Media contact: Melissa Wong, Executive Assistant to City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (416) 873-4372; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Andrew Athanasiu, Executive Assistant to City Councillor Josh Matlow (416)892-7353; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 

Backgrounder


City Hall The OMB is a quasi-judicial, un-elected and un-accountable provincial body that has the final say on all planning decisions in the province of Ontario. The tribunal's powers to overrule decisions made by our elected municipal representatives are anti-democratic and often lead to planning decisions that support the interests of the development industry over those of our communities and our city's official plan.


Tomorrow, April 10, the provincial Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs will hear deputations by Toronto City Councillors Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Adam Vaughan and Kristyn Wong-Tam in support of Bill 20 - Respect for Municipalities Act (City of Toronto), 2013. If passed, the bill would remove the City of Toronto from the purview of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB).


The provincial bill follows a February 2012 motion moved by Toronto City Councillors Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27 – Toronto Centre Rosedale) and Josh Matlow (Ward 22 - St. Paul's) asking for the removal of provincial oversight on planning matters. This motion was overwhelmingly supported by Toronto's City Council.


Quick Facts

  • A 2009 study found that developers come out on top 64% of the time when facing municipalities. That number is even more advantageous for developers when facing residents' groups without support from their city government
  • Though commonly referred to as an "appeals" body, the OMB treats appeals of municipal planning decisions to the OMB as "de novo", or new, giving little deference to the rulings of democratically elected City Councils
  • OMB decisions are used as precedent for future planning decisions, essentially giving the OMB the powers to create by-laws and override elected local Council's decision-making
  • It takes a City Planner many days of preparation time for every one day of an OMB hearing. Further, they have to write long, overly technical planning reports in case they are called before the board to defend their professional opinions
  • City lawyers must spend the equivalent of 1,400 days a year to prepare for, and attend, OMB hearings. In addition, City forestry, transportation, technical services staff and others are forced to waste valuable time as well.

   
   

TO BE RESCHEDULED: 45-77 Dunfield Avenue Community Consultation Meeting

City Planning staff have advised that the Community Consultation Meeting for 45-77 Dunfield Avenue will need to be rescheduled. The original date was Tuesday, April 15 at 7 pm.

 

City Planning staff are currently in the process of finding a new date for the Community Consultation Meeting and once it is confirmed, a new flyer will be sent out.

 

To review the original flyer, please click here.

   

Community Update for March 21, 2014

Significant Progress Made Toward Keeping Hodgson Rink Open!


The Hodgson ice rink is closed this year as a result of two ammonia leaks in two years. Components at a facility like Hodgson have a life cycle of 15-20 years. The Hodgson rink is now over 30 years old. There is no doubt that the rink's infrastructure needs to be completely replaced.


With the rink closed, I worked closely with many dedicated parents to build a natural ice rink nearby. While this rink has been a great success, it does not replace having a reliable artificial rink in our neighbourhood.


The land on which the rink is located is owned by the TDSB. The City earmarked $2 million toward the Hodgson rink in its 2014 capital budget and is ready to begin construction. However, TDSB staff was only willing to commit that their property will remain a rink for 10 years to keep their options open for future uses, which is insufficient for a capital investment of this size.


I worked with Trustee Laskin to ensure that City and TDSB staff were focussed on arriving at a resolution rather than the obstacles in their way.


I am delighted to report that there has been significant progress made by the City and the TDSB toward an agreement. The City is now moving forward with tendering a contract to refurbish and upgrade the rink. The facility will continue to be located at Hodgson Senior Public School and, barring any unknown construction, the rink will most likely be ready for the 2014/2015 winter season.


To the parents and residents who have advocated for our local rink, I can tell you that not only were your voices heard, they were instrumental in what we've achieved.


Once again, when our community has been presented with a challenge we've successfully faced it together.


City Staff recommends Necessary Further Study Needed to Properly Assess Porter's Expansion Proposal


Porter Airline's proposed expansion plans for Billy Bishop Airport (BBTCA) represent an intriguing proposal that could present benefits to downtown businesses, tourists, and travelers. As you may be aware, though, City Staff are making strong recommendations to Executive Committee next week that advises more time is needed to weigh the potential benefits while honestly studying possible long=term negative impacts on, for example, our city's waterfront and local traffic. Moreover, the Staff report points out that Porter's expansion proposal are as yet insufficient and Transport Canada has yet to even evaluate the proposal.


While I recognize that a downtown airport is an asset to the city and appreciate the quality service Porter Airlines provides to Toronto's residents, I believe it's responsible to thoughtfully accept the advice City staff have presented to Council. In fact, I believe it would be reckless not to. I know that Porter has been actively lobbying and campaigning. The convenience of an expanded downtown airport and the excitement many people have about taking a jet from Toronto Island to various destinations has convinced many of you to contact me. Obviously, if Porter's request was a simple as that, I believe it would have been approved already. But it's not. It's actually a far more complex issue than it may seem like on the surface, as clarified in the Staff report I've read. I sincerely hope you can support my position, and strong conviction, that I have a duty to put facts before politics, and to ensure the decision we make is fully informed and truly evidence-based. I voted for a Staff report to be completed on the benefits and concerns regarding an expanded Billy Bishop Airport that would allow jets, no matter whether they eventually be operated by Porter, West Jet or Air Canada, etc. Now, I would like to read the completed Staff report I requested in order to make the right decision for Toronto.


Free the Food Trucks


Earlier this week, the Licensing and Standards Committee made a number of recommendations to provide new opportunities on food trucks. After months of thoughtful debate and collaboration between Councillors and staff, the primary guidelines are:


  • Food trucks can park for five hours on any one block
  • Limit removed on the number of Mobile Food Vending Permit holders on any block
  • Mobile Food Vending Permit holders will be required to be 50 linear metres from a licensed eating establishment that is open and operating.

I strongly support the measures taken by the Licensing and Standards Committee and I will be voting for their recommendations when they come to Council next month. I also support the idea of BIAs being a part of this conversation. From everything I have read and learned on the matter, it has been shown in other cities that food trucks contribute to more vibrant and active streetscapes.


Eglinton Crosstown Update


Construction on the Eglinton Crosstown will be conducted through Midtown from Spring to late Fall 2014. The work zone will extend from approximately east of Spadina Road to Heddington Avenue along Eglinton Avenue West. Traffic patterns in the area will continue to change and shift during different phases of the work. For more information on the Crosstown project, please click here.


2014 Community Clean-Up


The City of Toronto's annual spring clean up is quickly approaching. Residents, businesses and organizations are welcome to participate in local clean up events. If you are interested in helping to keep Toronto clean and green this spring, please click here to register your group.


This year’s clean up will take place on the following dates:

  • Friday April 25, 2014 - Corporate & School Clean-up Day
  • Saturday April 26 & Sunday April 27 - Community Clean-up Days

Please call my office at 416-392-7906 or email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and I can provide you with free bags for trash and recyclables. I would also be delighted to join you and help clean our community with you and your group.

 

Enter and vote in the 2014 Live Green Toronto Awards


With video entries and public voting, the City's Live Green Toronto Awards offer everyone an opportunity to participate in the search for Toronto's greenest people, groups and businesses.


Residents, groups and businesses that reside or operate in Toronto can enter this year’s awards by submitting a short video, up to 90 seconds long, and telling their green story in 500 words or less. Residents can view the videos and vote for their favourites online, once per day. Winners will be determined through a combination of votes and judges' scores.
Award categories open for entries include:

  • Youth
  • Individual
  • Group
  • Small business
  • Corporate

Winners will receive $2,500 courtesy of sponsors, including Toronto Hydro and the City's Economic Development and Culture Division, and a chance to appear on CP24. Entries and votes will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on April 28. Winners will be announced on May 20, 2014. For details, the entry form and tips on how to create your video, please click here.


Call for Nominations: Heritage Toronto Awards


The call is out for nominations for the 40th Annual Heritage Toronto Awards! The awards celebrate outstanding contributions in the promotion and conservation of Toronto's history and heritage by professionals and volunteers.


Nominations are requested for five categories, including heritage books, short publications, and digital media; promotion of Toronto's heritage by a volunteer-based organization; and the William Greer Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship category for building owners' excellence in the restoration of heritage buildings.


The deadline for nominations is Friday, May 16 at 4:30 pm. The awards will be presented at a ceremony in October of this year.


For more information, and to access the nomination forms for the five categories, please click here.


First Annual Dupont Dig Festival


The Dupont Strip BIA is holding its first annual Dupont Dig: a flower and gardening festival with the goal of reaching out to and connecting with the community.


The event is set to take place on Saturday, May 24 and Sunday, May 25, from 11 am to 5 pm. The central location for the festival will be at Huron Street North and Dupont Street.


More information will be available closer to the festival dates, but for now please save the dates!


Build the Relief Subway Line Now!


The Relief Subway Line would provide an alternative within our existing subway system, which is already overcrowded during rush hours. It would also curb gridlock on our city’s streets and increase access to jobs and attractions. It is the evidence-based subway expansion project that would most improve Toronto’s economy and residents’ quality of life.

 

To take action and learn more about the proposal, please visit my page on the Relief Subway Line. In an upcoming update, I'll be providing you notice for a Midtown public meeting on Next Steps for the Relief Subway Line and a Regional Relief Network with the City of Toronto and Metrolinx that I'm organizing for early May, 2014.


Stop Unfair Rent Increases


Above the Guideline Increases (AGIs) for basic upkeep and repairs have pushed rents, that are already steep, into the unaffordable range in recent years. Landlords can apply for AGIs through the Landlord and Tenant Board. While there are certainly some very good landlords, too many others are abusing the system. Many repairs should be included as part of a landlord's overall expenses and paid for from the rent they already receive. It is clear that tenants, often seniors who have fixed pensions, are being unfairly burdened for the landlord’s basic cost of doing business.

 

For more information and to learn how you can take action against spiralling rent increases and unexpected fees, please visit my page on AGIs.

 

Free Toronto from the OMB! Stop Inappropriate Development


The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) is an unelected and unaccountable provincial body which has the final say on all planning decisions in the province of Ontario that often gives the development industry an unfair advantage at "appeals" hearings over the interests of our communities and the City of Toronto's Official Plan.


The OMB has a history of contributing to inappropriate development in our city. Toronto's midtown neighbourhoods are facing an unprecedented amount of new developments, many of which are condos, and it's putting an unjustifiable strain on our community without the adequate infrastructure, including transit and public realm, to keep up with the growth in population.


For more information on how to get involved and take action, please visit my page on the OMB.

   

Working together, progress achieved on Hodgson Rink

You can download a printable PDF of my letter by clicking here. I have also included an accessible plain-text version below:

 

March 12, 2014

 

 

Dear residents,

 

I am delighted to report to you that there has been very significant progress made by the City of Toronto and the TDSB toward an agreement regarding the future of the Hodgson Ice Rink. The City of Toronto is moving forward with tendering a $2 million contract to refurbish and upgrade the rink. Now that the TDSB is finally prepared to approve a lease agreement, the facility will continue to be located at Hodgson Senior Public School and, barring any unknown construction challenges such as inclement weather, the rink will most likely be ready for the 2014/2015 winter season.

 

I want to take this occasion to thank our School Trustee, Shelley Laskin, for her effective advocacy and partnership in these negotiations. I cannot express strongly enough how much I've appreciated working with Trustee Laskin on behalf of our community and how much I value her commitment to putting our neighbourhood's kids above all else. I also want to express my gratitude to the City of Toronto and TDSB staff who answered our call to focus on arriving at a resolution rather than the obstacles in their way.

 

To the parents and residents who have advocated for our local rink, I can tell you that not only were your voices heard, they were instrumental in what we've achieved.

 

I will share further details with you when an agreement is formally signed.

 

Each time our community has been presented a challenge, we've successfully faced it together.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Councillor Josh Matlow

Toronto City Councillor

Ward 22 – St. Paul's

www.joshmatlow.ca

   

Community Update for March 7, 2014

Fighting to Keep Hodgson Rink Open for our Community


Keeping Hodgson rink open for the 2014/15 season and retaining it in our community is a top priority for me as both our City Councillor and as a local parent myself.


With the Hodgson rink closed this year due to necessary repairs, I worked closely with many dedicated parents in our community to build the "SkinnamaRink" natural ice rink (near our newly named Sharon, Lois & Bram Playground) at June Rowlands (Davisville) Park. While this rink has been a great success, it does not replace having an artificial rink in our neighbourhood. While it has been exceptionally cold this season, in a typical winter, artificial ice rinks provide about a 100 skating days while natural ones only provide 50.


The Hodgson rink is closed this year as a result of two ammonia leaks in two years and it was not clear when the next one might occur. Components at a facility like Hodgson have a life cycle of 15-20 years. The Hodgson rinks are now over 30 years old and continue to operate with many of the original components. The Hodgson rinks carried ammonia instead of the brine or glycol solutions used in other outdoor rinks. This created a much greater health and safety risk to users, particularly next to a school yard and neighbouring residences. There is no doubt that the rink's infrastructure needs to be completely replaced.


The land on which the rinks are located is owned by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Therefore, the City of Toronto must negotiate with the TDSB as a stakeholder in the reconstruction process. The City has $2 million earmarked toward the Hodgson rink in its 2014 capital budget and is ready to begin construction. However, the City is requesting a 20- year agreement from the TDSB in order to justify this investment. At this point, TDSB staff is only willing to commit that their property will remain a rink for 10 years to keep their options open for future uses.


I arranged a meeting at city hall last week to meet with TDSB and City staff to negotiate options. I have called for a follow up meeting this Monday with Trustee Laskin (who's been very supportive), TDSB and City staff to arrive at a resolution and will update you next week.


I am committed to finding a fiscally responsible solution that ensures Hodgson is open for skating in the 2014/15 season and that a rink remains in our community for years to come. I very much hope that the TDSB will be a willing partner in finding a reasonable resolution for our community. This skating rink means too much to our kids and our community.


The City of Toronto offers free and affordable family activities during March Break


Throughout March Break (March 10-16), the City of Toronto is offering free and low-cost family-friendly activities all throughout the city.

 

Toronto offers many opportunities to participate in winter sports; 11 of the City’s skating rinks, along with Centennial and Earl Bales ski and snowboard centres, will remain open until March 16, weather permitting.

 

March Break camps are also available and are a great opportunity for youth to enjoy a wide variety of activities such as arts, crafts, music, drama, games and sports. More information on camps being offered is available here.

 

Many non-seasonal activities will still be available for families to enjoy. Several indoor swimming pools, historic sites and museums will be open throughout the break. The High Park Zoo and Riverdale Farm will be open daily as well.

 

For more information on programs and services within the City of Toronto, residents can visit toronto.ca or call 311.

 

Protecting Ward 22 at the OMB


The applicants for the Art Shoppe development have taken the City to the OMB. At the pre hearing I ensured that our community's interests were well represented by City Planning and Legal staff. The OMB has suggested mediation and, regardless of whether the City chooses a full hearing or mediation, I will be fighting for a more reasonable development on this site. The developers have proposed two towers of 38 and 29 storeys on a site where a midrise is more appropriate. The Art Shoppe is directly adjacent to single family homes on Soudan and Hillsdale, has direct impacts on condo residents in adjacent buildings and many other residents, and is outside the provincially designated Urban Growth Centre.


As well, the hearing regarding 95 & 99 Broadway finished last week after a long three day hearing. On behalf of our community I want to thank City Legal, City Planning and the Sherwood Park Residents' Association for defending our community from this inappropriate development. I will inform the community when the OMB releases its verdict.


For more information on the many other development issues I'm working with our neighbourhood residents and planning staff on in Ward 22, see this webpage I creted to keep you informed. And, please visit this page for more information about you can help free Toronto from the OMB.


Concerns Increase Regarding Trains Carrying Crude Oil through Toronto Neighbourhoods


Several residents and I are concerned, and are raising reasonable questions, about the significant increase of trains carrying crude oil over the past five years, from 500 carloads in 2009 to an estimated 140,000 in 2013.


A significant number of these tank cars are using the Canadian Pacific rail line that runs through Toronto from the Junction neighbourhood along Dupont St. right in the heart of ward 22's Rathnelly and Summerhill neighbourhoods.


This increase in oil shipment has occurred without any consultation or public notices. I met with CP several weeks ago and they were unwilling to even discuss rerouting the trains. I am organizing a liaison group of concerned community members, MP Carolyn Bennett and neighbouring Councillors to meet with CP again in April.


For more information please see this article.


Building Code Violations go Uninspected


As Vice-Chair of the Audit Committee, I learned last week that 3,735 building code violations were currently unresolved, including 180 orders to rectify unsafe situations.


This is unacceptable and I will continue working with my colleagues to help ensure that staff works through the backlog and doesn't allow work orders to accumulate in the future.


For more information please see the Audit Committee's resolution to address these issues and this article.


Made-for-Toronto Local Appeal Body


The Province of Ontario has granted the City of Toronto the power to establish a local appeal body to hear appeals of Committee of Adjustment decisions on both minor variances and consent applications. This does not include applications for larger development proposals.

 

You are invited to share your ideas and views on this matter. Public consultations are being held throughout the city at six locations. The Central Toronto public consultation will be on Monday, March 17, 6:45 pm, at Metro Hall – Rooms 308 & 309 (55 John Street). For more information, please click here.

 

Ward 22 Parks Update


Many of our Ward 22 parks and playgrounds have been in need of improvements. I’m working closely with staff from Parks, Forestry and Recreation to ensure that our parks receive the upgrades they need. I’d like to share the following updates regarding Charlotte Maher Park and Forest Hill Road Park. I am also working with neighbourhood residents to improve many other local parks, including the median parkettes on Belsize Dr.

 

The improvement project at Charlotte Maher Park is expected to be awarded around the end of March 2014, and construction is expected to be completed in the first half of July 2014.

 

The project at Forest Hill Road Park is expected to be awarded in April 2014. Construction is expected to begin around the second half of May 2014, with completion anticipated by mid-July 2014.

 

These park improvements will help beautify our neighbourhoods and improve our community's quality of life.

 

Between Generations: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto seeks volunteers aged 55 and over in Ward 22!


For only 1 hour a week during the school day, you could help change the life of a young person just by being a friend! Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto (BBBST) is looking for adults aged 55+ to mentor a child at an elementary school in their community. The program requires a weekly commitment during the school day for one school year, where volunteers take part in activities such as playing board games, reading, drawing, building model planes, learning a craft or just getting to know their Little Brother or Little Sister.

 

Mentoring means changing lives, including your own. It’s a rewarding way to give back through becoming a special friend to a child in your community.

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential. BBBST relies on volunteers and donations in order to continue to ensure that every child who needs a mentor, has a mentor. For more information, or to start the application process, please e-mail Max Beaumont or call 416-925-8981 ext. 4118. For more information, you may also visit www.bbbst.com.

 

Build the Relief Subway Line Now!


The Relief Subway Line would provide an alternative within our existing subway system, which is already overcrowded during rush hours. It would also curb gridlock on our city’s streets and increase access to jobs and attractions. It is the evidence-based subway expansion project that would most improve Toronto’s economy and residents’ quality of life.

 

To take action and learn more about the proposal, please visit my page on the Relief Subway Line.

 

Stop Unfair Rent Increases


Above the Guideline Increases (AGIs) for basic upkeep and repairs have pushed rents, that are already steep, into the unaffordable range in recent years. Landlords can apply for AGIs through the Landlord and Tenant Board. While there are certainly some very good landlords, too many others are abusing the system. Many repairs should be included as part of a landlord's overall expenses and paid for from the rent they already receive. It is clear that tenants, often seniors who have fixed pensions, are being unfairly burdened for the landlord’s basic cost of doing business.

 

For more information and to learn how you can take action against spiralling rent increases and unexpected fees, please visit my page on AGIs.

 

Dressing for Downton: Costumes from Downton Abbey exhibit to open Tuesday at Spadina Museum in Ward 22


Please see the City's press release on this exhibition in our ward:


Mayor Rob Ford was joined by Councillor Josh Matlow (Ward 22 St. - Paul's) at a media preview event held for the upcoming Dressing for Downton: Costumes from Downton Abbey exhibition at Spadina Museum. The Canadian premiere of this exhibition of costumes worn by the characters of the award-winning British television series will be on display from March 11 to April 13.

Presented by the City of Toronto in partnership with VisionTV/ZoomerMedia, this exhibition features 20 Downton Abbey costumes from seasons one to three, borrowed from Cosprop, Ltd., the London-based costume house that designs and creates the beautiful clothing worn by the cast of the television show. Nine of the costumes have accompanying hats. All of the costumes are historically accurate, some made entirely of new textiles and others a mix of new and vintage abrics.

The costumes are identified by character and season with labels that feature photographs of cast members wearing the exhibited costumes. The tour takes visitors through the museum's family and servants' spaces and links the characters and events from the TV show to real Toronto history.


In addition to the Downton costumes, the exhibit will feature items from the City of Toronto's artifact collection, which highlights examples of clothing worn by Torontonians during the Downton Abbey era.

Featured items include five dresses and a selection of accessories that includes shoes, purses and jewellery. A beautiful velvet and satin dress worn by one of the Austin family members, who lived in the home that is now Spadina Museum will be exhibited along with its corresponding velvet jacket. The two pieces were purchased in Toronto and have labels indicating Boase Gowns Toronto.


“Spadina Museum is the ideal location for the Canadian premiere of the Downtown Abbey exhibition,” said Councillor Josh Matlow (Ward 22 St. Paul's). “Residents and visitors will have an opportunity to learn about the lives of the Spadina's Austin family and those in their employ, through the fictional lens of Downton Abbey's Crawley family and their servants.”


The Austin family negotiated the transfer of the house, its furnishings and remaining acreage to the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario in 1978. Spadina Museum opened to the public in 1984 and was revitalized to explore the interwar years focusing on the 1920s during a restoration in 2010.


Advance tickets are available at https://spadinamuseum.streamintickets.com/. Tickets are $25 weekdays/$30 on weekends (plus taxes) a person. The museum is open daily from Tuesday to Sunday and closed Mondays.


Spadina Museum: Historic House and Gardens is one of 10 historic museums operated by the City of Toronto. Located at 285 Spadina Rd., it's Toronto's only museum to represent the 1920s and '30s. Visitors can view unique exhibits, artifacts, furnishings and original materials and explore the estate's restored 1905 gardens.


More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/spadina and on Facebook.com/spadinamuseum or follow on Twitter @spadinamuseum.

 


For ongoing council and community news, my contact information, along with a calendar of events, please visit www.joshmatlow.ca. Click here to read my previous community updates.

   

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