Registration for City of Toronto fall recreation programs as well as December holiday camps starts Saturday, September 12 and continues next week. Torontonians can expect to see many of their favourite registered recreation programs, including swimming and skating lessons, on offer this fall. The City is Toronto’s largest provider of safe, fun and high-quality recreation [...]
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The City of Toronto will be holding Community Environment Days at the City’s seven Drop-Off Depots on Sundays throughout September and October. The events begin September 13 and will run until November 1, 2020. The drive-thru events will allow for the safe disposal of household hazardous waste and electronic items and donation of materials such [...]
As Molly's dad, I completely understand the stress and anxiety families are feeling as they prepare for back to school. Whether or not children are attending school in person this year, residents are reminded that in order for schools to operate safely, everyone needs to do their part in helping to reduce the spread of [...]
After a brief summer break and the delays caused by the pandemic, the City has started receiving development applications and my office started receiving updates by City Planning on various development projects. As part of the development review process, the City holds public consultation meetings to share details of the proposal and gain important community [...]
The repeated acts of violence committed over many years in our Oakwood-Vaughan neighbourhood is extremely upsetting and unacceptable. The most important initiative we can take is to invest in addressing the roots causes of the violence. While we need to support the police to respond when gun violence occurs and ensure that those responsible are [...]
Between the COVID-19 pandemic and the traffic congestion, noise, lack of parking and mess caused by the LRT construction, small businesses along Eglinton continue to be faced with daily challenges. However, many of the Black-owned businesses on Eglinton West have been fighting a battle for years against the potential loss of the character, identity and [...]
As your local representative and parent of a 7-year old, I wanted to take the opportunity to remind everyone of how vital road safety is especially now that our kids are heading back to school after months of being at home. Road safety has been a major focus for me over my years at Council [...]
2020.TE18.2 - (9:30 AM) Naming of an existing Public Lane west of Spadina Road, extending between Bantry Avenue and Heath Street West (Ward 12 - Statutory: City of Toronto Act, 2006) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2020.TE18.2 2020.TE18.20 - (11:00 AM) Front Yard Parking Appeal - 75 Poplar Plains Crescent (Ward 12) http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2020.TE18.20 2020.TE18.21 - (11:00 AM) Front [...]
Re: Community Safety at Roehampton Shelter Dear Ms. Bédard, We appreciate the critical need to provide housing for Torontonians in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. You and your team have done an admirable job to quickly move more than 3,500 people to create required physical distancing in the shelter system, including securing permanent housing [...]
Dear residents, Our community is united in its support and compassion for our city’s homeless population- and certainly in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and an opioid and housing crisis. However, the behavioral impacts on Midtown residents’ safety from the new shelters at the Roehampton Hotel and 55-65 Broadway are not acceptable and [...]