Councillor Josh Matlow


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31 01, 2019

Upper Village BIA AGM (Feb 20th)


The success of our local businesses and main streets is important to our economy, quality of life and property values. On Wednesday February 20th at 7:00pm  at the Village Shul Aish HaTorah Learning Centre (1072 Eglinton Avenue West), I welcome you to attend the Upper Village BIA’s annual general meeting! Both the BIA’s program and budget for [...]

31 01, 2019

SAVE THE DATE – Beltline “Lost Stations” Consultation (Feb 25th)


My family and I are avid users of the beltline. Whether it be getting some exercise, or just finding a quiet place to walk and reflect, the beltline provides a natural sanctuary throughout the heart of our Midtown Toronto neighbourhoods. Along with appreciating its natural features, there are also some really special stories that I [...]

31 01, 2019

Living Well with Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop Series


Learn how to manage chronic disease and gain confidence and motivation to deal with challenges living with chronic disease. This is a series of 6 workshops with a maximum of 15 participants. Each workshop is 2.5 hours long. All classes are held on Tuesday and participants who have attended a minimum of 4 sessions can [...]

30 01, 2019

StreetARToronto and Civic Hall Toronto launch new online map and more for 2019


StreetARToronto (StART) will keep the city vibrant and colourful by delivering new and enhanced street art programs in 2019. Highlighting this year’s work is an online map, developed in collaboration with Civic Hall Toronto, to better help residents and visitors explore street art located throughout the city. In addition to the map and funding portal, [...]

30 01, 2019

Public Appointment Opportunities in 2019


The Public Appointments Secretariat is currently recruiting over 300 public members across 50 boards of City boards, committees and tribunals. A full list with the number of potential vacancies is here. These upcoming appointments are a great opportunity to serve Toronto. To support this work, the City is currently recruiting for this wide range of [...]

30 01, 2019

Preventing Water Pipes From Freezing During Extremely Cold Weather


With extreme cold temperatures forecast over the coming few weeks, the City of Toronto is reminding residents how to prevent drinking water pipes in their home from freezing. There are also steps that residents can take if they have no water and suspect their pipes are already frozen. Frozen water pipes can lead to significant [...]

30 01, 2019

City of Toronto Program Offering Community Grants for Innovative Ideas to Reduce Waste


Applications are now being accepted for the City of Toronto’s 2019 Waste Reduction Community Grants Program. Grants of up to $25,000 are available to support innovative community-based projects that reduce residential waste and/or increase participation in the City’s waste diversion programs. The Waste Reduction Community Grants Program is part of the City’s Long Term Waste [...]

30 01, 2019

HAVE YOUR SAY – Official Plan Review


As part of the Official Plan Review, the City Planning Division is undertaking a review of the transportation policies related to transit, cycling, street related maps and schedules, and automated vehicles and shared mobility services found in the Official Plan. This is the second phase of the transportation component of the Official Plan Review, the [...]

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