Councillor Josh Matlow

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28 02, 2019

Toronto could double number of dedicated youth spaces for $3.25 million

2019-02-28T20:18:40+00:00

Toronto Star By Jennifer Pagliaro City Hall Bureau Wed., Feb. 13, 2019 The city could double the number of dedicated youth spaces across the city by the end of 2020 with $3.25 million, a new staff report says. Following a specific push from Councillor Josh Matlow for 20 locations in existing city-run centres and libraries [...]

22 02, 2019

Take Action: Sign The Petition To Save Our Subway

2019-02-22T16:37:40+00:00

Premier Doug Ford says he’s taking Toronto’s subway so that he can get new transit built. However, nothing is stopping the province from building transit in Toronto right now. Uploading the existing subway does not affect the Ford government’s ability to construct and own new lines or extensions. In fact, the province is currently building, [...]

1 02, 2019

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

2019-02-08T21:32:14+00:00

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 [...]

1 02, 2019

HAVE YOUR SAY: Community consultation for 2010-2016 Bathurst Street (Feb 11th)

2019-02-08T21:20:16+00:00

HAVE YOUR SAY: Community consultation for 2010-2016 Bathurst Street A rezoning application has been submitted to the City to permit an 8-storey mixed use building with 26 residential units and 40 below-grade parking spaces. Please join me at 7:00pm on Monday, February 11th at Holy Blossom Temple (1950 Bathurst Street), for a meeting to discuss the [...]

31 01, 2019

Living Well with Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop Series

2019-02-13T18:30:12+00:00

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

Public Appointment Opportunities in 2019

2019-02-13T18:43:49+00:00

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 [...]

16 01, 2019

Community demands Toronto make good on plan to curb youth violence

2019-01-25T17:44:13+00:00

By JENNIFER PAGLIARO City Hall Bureau Wed., Jan. 16, 2019 City councillors and community advocates are demanding a plan to address the roots of youth violence be fully and sustainably funded starting with this year’s budget. At city hall on Wednesday, city staff were asked to provide a “clear” and “honest” accounting of what has yet to [...]

10 01, 2019

More oil trains increase risk in midtown Toronto

2019-01-25T19:39:57+00:00

Post City Toronto  Founder of Toronto group raises concerns, says it’s only a matter of time before a derailment happens BY RON JOHNSON Published: Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, 04:40 PM Helen Vassilakos along the midtown Toronto rail corridor On Nov. 11 a train travelling through the city of Toronto derailed in the east end. Five freight [...]

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