The City of Toronto is encouraging residents to get ready for September community recreation registration days.

Registration occurs over four days in September and includes fall recreation, skating and swim programs as well as ski and some winter recreation programs. This September, over 27,000 programs are available in 248 community centres, pools and arenas.

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Several special events in Toronto this weekend will involve road closures.

In addition to road closures related to special events, a significant amount of road work is taking place in the city.

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The City of Toronto today released the complete artistic program for the 11th edition of Nuit Blanche Toronto. From 6:58 p.m. on Saturday, October 1 until sunrise on Sunday, October 2, the streets of Toronto will be transformed by nearly 90 contemporary art projects created and presented by more than 300 local, national and international artists.

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Following two years of extensive work, the Long Term Waste Management Strategy was approved by City Council on July 15, 2016. This comprehensive strategy will guide waste management in Toronto for the next 30-50 years.

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As citizens we can play an important role in helping the City of Toronto enforce our tree bylaws.

LEAF is inviting you to attend a presentation and Q&A session to learn more with:

  • Mark Ventresca, Supervisor Urban Forestry Tree Protection & Plan Review

  • Arthur Beauregard, Manager Urban Forestry Tree Protection & Plan Review

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The City of Toronto is seeking public input on a licensing framework for rental apartment buildings.

The intended goal of the licensing framework is to build on the current Multi-Residential Apartment Building Audit Program by promoting best practices in building maintenance, strengthening enforcement of property standards violations, and improving tenant engagement and access to information.

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Starting on the evening of August 24, a track crew will begin preventative and corrective maintenance to the rail components that make up the special track work at the intersection of Dundas and Ossington.

This work is expected to be completed in two weeks*, weather permitting. There is no breaking of concrete planned during this work.

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The Christie Pits Arts Crawl is looking for vendors/artists to participate in the event on Sunday, September 25th, 2016 from 10am-5pm.

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TC is currently conducting concrete repairs to multiple areas on College Street between Manning Avenue and Grace Street.

This work is required to return the track area to a state of good repair and is expected to be completed in 7 to 10 days.

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The Trinity Bellwoods BIA invites you to come and celebrate the back-to-school season and meet new people with business and community led-workshops.

When: Saturday, August 27, 2016
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: Dundas Street West & Manning Avenue

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Below is a joint letter to residents from myself, Councillor Cressy, and TDSB Trustee Ausma Malik providing an update on the status of the Central Tech School field OMB settlement.

You can see a copy of our letter here [pdf] or read more below.

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The City of Toronto has installed bike lanes (cycle tracks) on Bloor Street from Shaw Street to Avenue Road as part of a year-long pilot project to measure the impact of cycling infrastructure along the busy downtown street.

The pilot will be assessed through a comprehensive performance evaluation designed to measure the impact on local businesses, traffic flow, cyclists, pedestrians and parking.

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