Calling all emerging groups, individuals, and organizations! The Bentway’s 2018 Community Incubation Program is now open for proposals.

The Bentway is currently accepting applications for community-based programming that:

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This 1.5-2 hour walking tour – “Exploring Exhibition Place through the Eyes of the Community” – is a tour of the Exhibition Place grounds lead by Bruce Van Dieten, a member of the community, and will touch on various architectural and historical highlights of the site.

Tours will begin at the Princes’ Gates.

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Liberty Village is growing quickly, and as more families are choosing to stay and raise their children downtown, the City needs to ensure services are reflective of the communities they serve.

In my role as Councillor, I have been working hard to find appropriate spaces to build the services Liberty Village needs – like childcare facilities, schools, and parks.

I am excited to announce that my office, working with City Planning and Children’s Services, have confirmed that the first City-owned childcare facility in Liberty Village will be built at 19 Western Battery Road.

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The City of Toronto is considering changes to the bylaw governing fences on private property and is inviting residents to share their views at a meeting on April 4.

The fence bylaw sets rules about the height and construction materials of fences, including any hedge or shrub that functions as a fence. The bylaw also has specific rules about pool fences to enhance safety around pools.

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The City of Toronto will start construction on the pedestrian/cycling bridge over the Metrolinx Kitchener / Milton Rail Corridor this summer. The bridge will span from Douro Street to the western leg of Western Battery Road.

This new bridge will provide a convenient and more direct route from Liberty Village to King Street West between Atlantic Avenue and Strachan Avenue. The project is part of the Council-approved 2018 Capital Works Program.

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