The below release is from Inspirations Studio:

Inspirations Studio – a pottery-based program for marginalized women – will host a major holiday sale and fundraising event during the first weekend of December. The sale will feature the ceramics of Inspirations members just in time for the holidays.

The weekend will also see the final push of a public fundraising campaign established to rescue the endangered Studio.

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The City of Toronto is ready to tackle winter – both on city streets and beneath them – by managing snow and ice on city streets, and by responding to the effects of cold weather on the city’s watermains and water service pipes.

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#Picture2050 is a contest for citizen photographers inspired by Toronto’s Climate Plan.

Imagine Toronto in the year 2050. What does a caring and climate-friendly city of the future look like to you?

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Today, the City of Toronto announced a new partnership with Waze, the world’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app. Through this partnership, the City of Toronto and Waze will provide free access to each other’s real-time traffic and road data, providing motorists with the best information to navigate the city.

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The City is holding a community consultation meeting at City Hall where you can learn more about the City-led study on laneway suites.

When: Thursday, November 30, 2017
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Where: Toronto City Hall, Council Chamber – 100 Queen Street West (map)

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