The City of Toronto is reviewing prohibited animal regulations and is inviting members of the public to share their views at two public meetings or through an online survey.
The City of Toronto is inviting residents to participate in an upcoming webinar to learn about the City’s proposed approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Toronto, and its connection to public health, local economic development, and social equity.
The City of Toronto will offer many fun activities at its recreational facilities and attractions, as well as at its historic sites, during the Easter long weekend.
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The City of Toronto will continue to accelerate construction projects and co-ordinate road closures as it performs significant construction work on the City’s roads, sewers, and watermains to improve Toronto’s aging infrastructure.
Each year, tens of millions of birds make their way over and through the city of Toronto on their annual spring migration in April and May.
It is estimated that during this migration, more than a million of them end up injured or dead from collisions with windows in the Toronto area.
The below message is from Metrolinx:
At Metrolinx, we’re committed to a future where you have the options you need to get where you need to go. Building transit takes time. It isn’t always easy. That’s why we’re working hard to put communities at the centre of each project.
We’re developing a Community Charter that will apply to every area of our operations and we want your input.
You are invited to join me and Councillor Cressy for a drop-in open house on coming developments along the Dupont Corridor.
When: Thursday, May 4, 2017
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Where: Sacre-Coeur Elementary School, Gymansium – 98 Essex Street (map)
With the rapid pace of change underway in many Toronto neighbourhoods, there is an increasing concern that the character of many communities may be overwhelmed by an influx of formula retail establishments, otherwise known as chain stores.
That’s why I moved and passed a motion at the last meeting of City Council to have the City look at what more we can do and bringing in our own formula retail (chain store retail) strategy. The Guardian recently published an article on this work.
When I proposed a park in a growing TO neighbourhood to be built on City-owned lands at a fraction of the cost of buying property, I didn’t expect resistance from the mayor’s allies on City Council. I was wrong and am being told we are in for a fight at Council.
This is where you come in.
I am asking for your help in reaching out to the Mayor and Councillors and letting them know that this parkland is sorely needed.
The City of Toronto will be rehabilitating one sewer manhole(s) in your area from May 1 until May 26.
The City of Toronto will be rehabilitating one sewer manhole(s) in your area from May 1 to May 26.
As part of its streetcar track maintenance program and state of good repair, TTC will be conducting rail grinding along a number of sections of its streetcar network that has developed some rail roughness.
From April 25 to 29*, pending weather, a crew will be active on Bathurst Street between Dupont Street and Lake Shore Boulevard.