Councillor Josh Matlow

Josh In The Ward

8 03, 2019

Family Service Toronto Free Caregiver Workshops


Family Service Toronto has expanded their caregiver workshop series. They are now offering workshops for caregivers (anyone helping a senior 55+) at all 3 of their locations and throughout some community partners locations. Please find more information below. Attend free caregiver workshops in English at three locations across the city and: Learn key skills to [...]

8 03, 2019

Seniors For Nature Open House: April 2nd


Please feel welcome to attend the Seniors for Nature Outdoor Club open house. The club is for anyone 55 years of over who wants to keep active via outdoor activities, 12 months a year. The open house will take place at the Earl Bales Community Centre from 12:30 to 2:30 on April 2nd. To find [...]

8 03, 2019

Return to Bay Street Program


Please see the Return to Bay Street return-ship program run by Women in Capital Markets, a gender diversity nonprofit for women in the Canadian financial sector. The program is for women who are considering returning to their successful careers in finance after an extended leave of abscence, and has already facilitated the return of 50 [...]

8 03, 2019

Community event at St. Matthew’s United Church – March 10


United Neighbours is a group of people from St. Matthew's United Church and the St. Clair West neighbourhood who got together in 2015 in response to the crisis of Syrian refugees. The first family they sponsored, the Alaalyans, came in 2016 and they have adapted wonderfully to life in Canada. Mohammed is working as a [...]

1 03, 2019

Beltline “Lost Stations”


The Kay Gardner Beltline is a natural sanctuary and fascinating historic corridor within the heart of our Midtown Neighbourhoods. The Beltline 'Lost Stations' Project is a way to highlight the trail's railway history and the communities it runs through, and to enhance and bring a sense of place to the trail for future generations. Using [...]

1 02, 2019

Midtown in Focus Update


Midtown in Focus Update To support the quality of life in our Yonge-Eglinton community, I helped initiate the Midtown in Focus review in 2015. After three years of intensive study by our dedicated City Planning Staff, we received a report that told us what we already know: social services and hard infrastructure have not kept [...]

1 02, 2019

St. Clair & Bathurst Planning Study – Getting Ahead of Development


St. Clair & Bathurst Planning Study – Getting Ahead of Development As many local residents know, there is increasing development pressure in the St. Clair and Bathurst area. That is why I am pleased that City Council unanimously supported my motion (link here) to initiate a holistic planning study for this neighbourhood. For the first time, [...]

1 02, 2019

Toronto-St. Paul’s Community Safety Forum (Feb 28th)


Toronto-St. Paul’s Community Safety Forum: There is nothing more important than the safety of our community. On Thursday February 28th at 6:30pm at St. Michael and All Angel's Anglican Church (611 St.Clair Ave. W.), I'm hosting a community safety forum to provide an opportunity for residents to ask important questions to the Toronto Police Service [...]

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