Councillor Josh Matlow

Heritage

23 08, 2017

MM3.6 Catching Up with the Past: Improving the City’s Heritage Preservation Framework (February 10, 2015)

2018-07-11T14:31:00+00:00

NOTICE OF MOTION   Catching Up with the Past: Improving the City's Heritage Preservation Framework Moved by: Councillor Matlow Seconded by: Councillor Wong-Tam SUMMARY:   The recent demolition of Stollery’s at 1 Bloor Street West is only the latest example of the City’s inability to stay ahead of development applications and preserve historic or architecturally [...]

MM3.6 Catching Up with the Past: Improving the City’s Heritage Preservation Framework (February 10, 2015)2018-07-11T14:31:00+00:00
8 05, 2017

Josh Matlow wonders why city hasn’t dealt with his 2-year-old motion on heritage buildings

2018-07-06T21:23:20+00:00

May 8, 2017 Stephanie Matteis CBC News                     Coun. Josh Matlow is wondering why his motion to have staff report on creating a list of heritage properties, which was approved by council back in 2015, still hasn't been addressed. (CBC) Councillor Matlow put a motion forward [...]

Josh Matlow wonders why city hasn’t dealt with his 2-year-old motion on heritage buildings2018-07-06T21:23:20+00:00
1 05, 2017

Further Council Motions Demand Stronger Heritage Protection Policies for Toronto

2018-07-06T17:50:18+00:00

Toronto has a shameful record when it comes to protecting its architectural heritage. The wanton demolition of the Bank of Montreal building at 2444 Yonge Street earlier this year and the Stollery's Building at Yonge and Bloor in January 2015, are just two of the most recent examples of the City's inability to stay ahead of [...]

Further Council Motions Demand Stronger Heritage Protection Policies for Toronto2018-07-06T17:50:18+00:00
3 02, 2017

Toronto’s Heritage Protection Policies Must Be Strengthened

2018-07-06T16:39:48+00:00

Toronto has a shameful record when it comes to protecting its architectural heritage. The wanton demolition of the Bank of Montreal building at 2444 Yonge Street last month, and the Stollery's Building at Yonge and Bloor in January 2015, are just two of the most recent examples of the City's inability to stay ahead of [...]

Toronto’s Heritage Protection Policies Must Be Strengthened2018-07-06T16:39:48+00:00
26 03, 2015

City of Toronto Museum at Casa Loma

2018-07-11T14:31:23+00:00

As a world class city, Toronto deserves a museum dedicated to the many stories that comprise its vibrant history. Showcasing our rich cultural history in a  centralized space is an initiative that began forty years ago with Mayor David Crombie but has proved an elusive endeavour to date. Over the years several locations have been [...]

City of Toronto Museum at Casa Loma2018-07-11T14:31:23+00:00
22 03, 2015

The Inventory of Ward 22 Heritage Properties with an Interactive Map

2018-07-11T14:31:45+00:00

    Toronto has a shameful record when it comes to protecting its architectural heritage. The wanton demolition of the Stollery's Building at Yonge and Bloor in January 2015, and the Bank of Montreal building at 2444 Yonge Street, are just two of the most recent examples of the City's inability to stay ahead of [...]

The Inventory of Ward 22 Heritage Properties with an Interactive Map2018-07-11T14:31:45+00:00
30 07, 2014

Saving our City’s Sam the Record Man Signs

2021-06-22T15:56:23+00:00

I am delighted to report that a location has been finalized for the beloved Sam the Record Man Signs to once again illuminate our city's downtown streetscape. Earlier this month, City Council approved an amendment to the agreement between the City of Toronto and Ryerson University (initially the signs were to be located on Ryerson's [...]

Saving our City’s Sam the Record Man Signs2021-06-22T15:56:23+00:00
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