Are you passionate about recreation and community engagement? The City of Toronto is seeking local residents to fill three vacancies on the Bill Bolton Arena Board.

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‘Tis the season for great food and getting together with friends and relatives. It is also a time when we create a lot of waste.

Did you know that 46% of what is found in the Garbage should have been put in the Green Bin (organic waste) or Blue Bin (recycling)? This is a missed opportunity to recover valuable resources and minimize what is sent to landfill. Learn how to properly sort these common holiday items.

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The City of Toronto continues to see a significant amount of garbage and other non-recyclable materials in the Blue Bin recycling program. When residents put a Blue Bin out for collection that contains too many non-recyclable items, the materials cannot be sorted and can ruin perfectly good recycling that must be sent to landfill.

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On December 4, 2017 the Department of National Defence and Canada Company, working in cooperation with the City of Toronto, will hold a public information session to provide details on the Light Armoured Vehicle III Monument that will be installed in front of Fort York Armoury in the spring of 2018.

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Torontonians who want to help people experiencing homelessness this holiday season have a one-stop place to go for helpful ideas: the 2017 Holiday Wish List.

The City of Toronto surveyed agencies that run shelters, drop-ins and other services, asking them what gifts would bring cheer to their clients during the holidays. Fifty agencies are on this year’s list, which details specific items that clients need, along with contacts and information about volunteer opportunities and holiday events.

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