The City’s Canada Blooms exhibit—with the theme ‘Cultivating a Green City’—will promote the many ways we can green our homes, gardens, and neighbourhoods and care for Toronto’s urban forest.

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City of Toronto Fire Chief Bill Stewart reminds everyone that when you reset your clocks for Daylight Saving Time this weekend, it’s also time to change your smoke alarm batteries.

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The Toronto Book Awards were established by Toronto City Council in 1974 to honour authors of books of literary or artistic merit that evoke the city. To be eligible this year, books must have been published between January 1 and December 31, 2011.

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Almost 200 years after Toronto (then the Town of York) was captured and burned by invading American forces, the Market Gallery presents the exhibition “Finding the Fallen: The Battle of York Remembered” from March 3 to September 8.

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Strachan Avenue Overpass
March 27 – 5 to 6 p.m.
901 King Street West (Community Office)

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