The LEAF Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Tree Planting Program now offers virtual consultations to residents of Toronto.

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The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), one of our city’s most important arts and cultural festivals, is just around the corner. This year, TIFF will be hosting its fourth annual Festival Street, a pedestrian promenade on King Street West, with events from Thursday, September 7, through Sunday, September 10.

A portion of King Street will be closed for Festival Street to support the free pedestrian programming and ensure the safety of the large crowds who attend the opening days of TIFF.

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The City of Toronto is introducing a new, easier and more convenient process to dispute parking violations. Disputes for parking violations received on or after August 28 will be handled by the City instead of through the provincial court, improving customer service by providing faster resolutions and a more efficient overall process.

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What do you think of a tax on vacant homes?

As part of the Ontario Fair Housing Plan, the Province of Ontario introduced legislation that would empower the City of Toronto to introduce a tax on vacant residential units, encourage property owners to sell unoccupied units or rent them out, and address concerns about residential units potentially being left vacant.

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Summer is finally here and warmer temperatures mean your water use can increase by 20 per cent around the house.

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