• Ward 19 Community Environment Day

    Join me at this year’s Community Environment Day on Saturday, May 5 from 10am-2pm at Fred Hamilton Park.

  • Free Compost!

    This year my office is hosting 6 Compost Days to help all of the gardeners prepare for the growing season. Find your local Compost Day here.

  • Bike with Mike 2018!

    You are invited to join me for my 8th annual kick off of Toronto Bike Month, Bike with Mike, a FREE celebration of community and cycling at Christie Pits Park

  • Liberty on the GO 2.0

    If GO Transit is to be a part of Toronto’s transit solution, it needs to be accessible and affordable for local residents. That means reviewing the inequitable fares for short trips like Exhibition to Union Station.

  • Join me in thanking our Parks staff!

    I am writing a thank you letter to our Toronto Parks staff and I want you to add your name with mine.


The City of Toronto will initiate 10 major projects this year to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Toronto as part of its TransformTO Climate Action Strategy and commitment to create a low-carbon city.

These projects will be supported by $52 million in funding from the Province of Ontario’s Municipal GHG Challenge Fund.

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The Don Valley Parkway will be closed this weekend to allow City of Toronto crews to perform annual maintenance.

This work was previously scheduled for the weekend of April 13 to 16 but was postponed due to the weather.

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Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Toronto with the potential of an ice storm Saturday into Sunday turning into heavy rain later Sunday.

City of Toronto salt trucks are on standby and are ready to salt the roads as needed on Saturday and Sunday. City staff are out clearing the tops of catch basins prior to this weekend system.

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The City of Toronto is preparing an Implementation Plan for the Green Line, a 5km linear open space located in an active hydro corridor running from Davenport and Caledonia to Davenport, east of Spadina.

Staff are hosting a public information meeting to:

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The City of Toronto will host the final two panel events in the #TacklePovertyTO series on the next two Monday evenings, addressing transportation and housing issues.

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Do you love your neighbourhood? The Jane’s Walk Festival encourages residents to lead free walking tours in their neighbourhoods and communities.

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Starting April 21 weather permitting, TTC track crews will be conducting repairs to the track switch on King Street West just west of Shaw Street.

This work will require temporary changes to the streetcar service through the area from 9 a.m. Saturday, April 21 to 5 a.m. on Monday, April 23 – TTC service details below.

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The City of Toronto, Toronto Transit Commission and Metrolinx, an agency of the Province of Ontario, are working collaboratively to plan major projects aimed at improving the overall transit network and bringing more transit to communities across the city.

We are looking to achieve this through the introduction of the Relief Line South, a proposed new subway line.

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This year my office will be holding 6 local Compost Days to help all of the gardeners in the ward prepare for the growing season.

This compost comes from your leaf and yard waste that the City collects as part of the waste reduction and recycling program.

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This year, Ward 19’s Community Environment Day takes place on Saturday, May 5 at Fred Hamilton Park.

Community Environment Day is a safe way to dispose of household hazardous waste and the other items listed below.

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You are invited to attend Exhibition Place’s spring Community Liaison Consultation Meeting.

When: Thursday, May 3, 2018
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Where: Enercare Centre, Salon 107 (map)

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In October 2017, Toronto and East York Community Council directed staff to solicit feedback from residents on the proposal to provide Residential On-street Permit Parking on streets that do not have permit parking in Toronto and East York District.

The City of Toronto is hosting a series of public consultations to provide residents an opportunity to share their views.

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