The Fort York Pedestrian and Cycling Bridge project has a new name – Garrison Crossing. Adopted by Toronto and East York Community Council earlier this year, Garrison Crossing was selected based on the area history.

Below is an update from the project team.

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The City of Toronto is holding a series of public consultation meetings on proposed regulations for multi-tenant houses – commonly referred to as rooming houses.

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Featuring 64 public tours, there’s something for everyone, whether you’re interested in learning about Toronto’s architecture, exploring the history of our rich music scene, or discovering the roots of social and scientific innovations that have shaped the city and changed the world.

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A tribute to the history of some of the first cinemas in Toronto, The Hurly Burly celebrates local arts and culture in the Bloorcourt neighbourhood on June 25.

The Hurly Burly is free and takes place on Sunday, June 25, 2017 from 6 pm – 11 pm, beginning outside the former location of The Doric Theatre at 1094 Bloor St W.

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A special event in Toronto this weekend – the Aga Khan World Partnership Walk – will involve partial road closures as described below.

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