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Calling local residents, graphic artists and copywriters who have a flair for design, a passion for the written word and a soft spot for Eglinton! Together with the Upper Village Business Improvement Area (BIA) and Metrolinx, we are launching a contest in support of businesses on Eglinton and are in search of a unique and [...]
The Oriole Park Association Annual Meeting is coming up: Date: Thursday, November 7 Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Venue: North Toronto Memorial Community Centre, 200 Eglinton Avenue West, Multipurpose Meeting Room “Transit and the Eglinton Crosstown LRT” The guest speaker, Brian Gallaugher, Senior Planner from the City of Toronto’s Eglinton Crosstown Planning Team, will be [...]
News Release February 28, 2013 Registration begins for Toronto-run summer camps It’s time to start thinking about summer and what to do to help your children have a fun, safe and exciting experience. The City offers high quality camps across the city, at reasonable prices. Registration begins in early March for all of the Toronto-run [...]
News Release February 26, 2013 City of Toronto reminds residents about its level of snow clearing service With the possibility of a sizable snowfall expected over the next 24 hours, the City of Toronto is reminding residents and businesses about the levels of snow clearing the City provides and what residents can do prior to [...]
Winter Conversations continues Tuesday! Join me and panellists former Mayor David Crombie, City of Toronto Cultural Officers Christopher Jones & Kate Woodford and Tarragon Theatre’s General Manager Gideon Arthurs for a discussion about the arts, culture & heritage opportunities in Ward 21. I look forward to seeing you all there!
Winter Conversations continues tomorrow! Join me and panellists Medical Officer of Health Dr. David McKeown, urban planner Ken Greenberg & No Casino Toronto’s Maureen Lynett for an exploration of the case against a casino in Toronto. I look forward to seeing you all there!
Ward 21 E-News Community Update February 1, 2013 Dear Neighbour, We’re back in the swing of things here at City Hall. Earlier in January, Council passed the 2013 Budget. Specific details of this budget can be found below. Thank you to everyone who took the time to contact my office and advocate on issues [...]
Winter Conversations begins next week! Join me and panellists Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat, Toronto Star architecture critic Christopher Hume & Windmill Development’s Alex Speigel for a discussion about creating a vibrant and sustainable Toronto. I look forward to seeing you all there!
Metrolinx Update – Roadway Investigation Eglinton Avenue West between Peveril Hill North and Bathurst Street January 14th – 25th
Roadway Investigation Eglinton Avenue West between Peveril Hill North and Bathurst Street January 14th – 25th *subject to weather and unforeseen events The Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown is a transit project that will provide rapid and reliable service across Eglinton Avenue including a 10km underground central section from Keele Street to Laird Drive and will be up [...]
Update for City of Toronto Programs & Services on Friday January 11 The City of Toronto has been informed by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) that its elementary school teachers will attempt a one-day walkout on Friday, January 11. Child Care – Children’s Services It is expected that City-run child care centres at TDSB [...]