Nuit Blanche returns this weekend for the annual all-night celebration of contemporary art beginning at sunset at 6:58 p.m. on Saturday, October 1 to sunrise on Sunday, October 2.

For the best experience at the event, the public is encouraged to plan ahead. Information on getting to, around and home from the event is available below.

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As part of the second phase of its congestion management plan, the City of Toronto is making changes to 10 congested intersections or “hotspots” as part of a strategy to improve the overall flow of traffic at these locations.

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Municipal Licensing and Standards is consulting with the public on a framework for licensing rental apartment buildings.

As part of the consultation, tenants, property owners and managers and the general public are invited to take a survey and have their say on a potential licence for rental apartment buildings, with the goal of improving living conditions in these buildings.

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As part of Smart Commute Week, September 19 to 25, the City of Toronto is encouraging people to commute in sustainable ways such as walking, cycling, taking transit, teleworking and/or carpooling.

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I am pleased to report that construction has started on the Fort York Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge. As you know, this bridge will create a vital connection for the City’s west-end neighbourhoods into the Fort York grounds and the waterfront. The bridge will be touching down on the future South Stanley Park Extension and park within the Ordnance Triangle, as well as within Garrison Common at Fort York. Check out the construction notice.

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Several special events in Toronto this weekend, including the Toronto International Film Festival, will involve road closures. Residents and visitors are encouraged to come out and enjoy these events. Businesses in the areas affected are open to pedestrian traffic but some roads will be closed to vehicles.

Festivals and other special events are important to the city, injecting hundreds of millions of dollars annually into Toronto’s economy, and they are enjoyed each year by local residents.

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The City of Toronto has completed a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) that has recommended the construction of a new east-west road extending between Dufferin Street and Strachan Avenue in Liberty Village.

The new road would be located on the north side of the GO Transit Lake Shore West rail corridor.

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Below you will find detailed information about 13 Independent Projects taking place within Ward 19 for Nuit Blanche.

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You are invited to celebrate the Fall Harvest and support ongoing FREE programming at The Children’s Storefront at Apple Fête this Saturday, October 1 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

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Exhibition Place is known for its bright lights and entertaining shows and events, but lurking below the surface are many well-kept secrets that, until this walking tour, were primarily known only to staff who work the late shift.

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The City of Toronto’s Fort York National Historic Site and the Toronto Non-GMO Coalition have partnered to produce and host a two-day socially conscious festival of organic food, music, culture and community this weekend. The festival, called Farm to Fork on Common Ground, will celebrate the harvest season and Canada’s National Organic Week.

The family-friendly festival will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, September 25. Admission is free.

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Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging overhead electrical system in our community to help improve service reliability.

The project area includes a section of Euclid Avenue between Ulster Street (North) and College Street (South) as well as a section of Markham Street between College Street (North) and Dundas Street West (South).

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