The Ford government’s Bill 109, More Homes for Everyone Act, is an irresponsible and disappointingly immature response to a serious issue. The Act, introduced in the provincial legislature on March 30th, 2022, is of particular concern to the City of Toronto as it financially penalizes municipalities for not approving a development within 90 days. This [...]
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The Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) is an unelected, unaccountable quasi-judicial body that has the final say over planning matters in Toronto and across Ontario. The provincially appointed Chairs presiding over the future of our communities are not required to have a background in land use planning or even have a working knowledge of our local neighbourhoods. Like its predecessor, [...]
Standing in Solidarity With Ukraine Canada’s Ukrainian community is such an important thread in our country’s multicultural mosaic. I am proud to stand with them in solidarity against Russian aggression and in support of Ukraine’s right to sovereignty, freedom, peace and security. I am pleased to announce that I have been working closely with the [...]
Happy Lunar New Year! For those that are celebrating the Lunar New Year this month, I wish you and your family health, happiness and prosperity. May we all embody the strength and vitality of the tiger to guide us through this time! Celebrating Black History Month Every February, people across Canada participate in Black History [...]
Clearing the Path Toward a Safe & Accessible Winter– by Councillor Josh Matlow, seconded by Councillor Mike Layton Recommendations City Council direct the General Manager of Transportation Services include in the report produced from EX 29.15: Major Snow Event Post-Operational Report: Quality of service delivery on sidewalks, roads, and cycling infrastructure Timeliness of snow clearing [...]
MEDIA RELEASE: METROLINX and CITY OF TORONTO Establish Business Support Table with TABIA and the Eglinton BIA Alliance to Allocate FundingJosh Matlow2022-01-14T14:52:48+00:00
MEDIA RELEASE METROLINX and CITY OF TORONTO Establish Business Support Table with TABIA and the Eglinton BIA Alliance to Allocate Funding TORONTO, January 14, 2022: – Metrolinx is excited to share that it has reached a verbal agreement with the City of Toronto, with support from Toronto Association of BIAs (TABIA) as well as the [...]
Dear residents, While we remain in uncertain times, I am very optimistic that if we face the challenges in front of us over the next few weeks, and follow public health guidance, we will be in a far better place in 2022. And as always, our community will support each other and we will never lose sight [...]
TE30.4 - (10:00 AM) Residential Demolition Application - 1528 Bathurst Street (Ward 12) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2022.TE30.4 TE30.7 - (10:00 AM) Refusal of a Clothing Drop Box Location permit application located at 120 Raglan Avenue (Ward 12) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2022.TE30.7 TE30.9 - Changes to Business Improvement Area Boards of Management (Ward 10, 11, 12) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2022.TE30.9 TE30.30 - [...]
TE28.4 - (10:00 AM) 29-39 Pleasant Boulevard - Zoning Amendment Application - Final Report (Ward 12 - Statutory: Planning Act, RSO 1990) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2021.TE28.4 TE28.11 - (10:30 AM) Application to Remove a Private Tree - 51 Walker Avenue (Ward 12) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2021.TE28.11 TE28.24 - 438-440 Avenue Road and 169, 171A, and 171B Balmoral Avenue [...]
Marking Remembrance Day and Indigenous Veterans Day This month, we express our gratitude to the brave men and women of our armed forces, including up to 12,000 Indigenous veterans, who have served, sacrificed and fought for our peace and freedom. Lest we forget. In 2021, we also mark the 100th Anniversary of the poppy being used [...]