Toronto’s Street Needs Assessment will take place on the evening of April 26 and the City is seeking volunteers to assist.

For the fourth time, hundreds of volunteers, members of community agencies and City staff will take to the streets and shelters to ask people experiencing homelessness about the services they need to get and keep permanent housing. Responses to the survey help the City to shape improvements in current programs and plan for future service delivery.

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The below message is from the Friends of Inspirations:
Thanks to outstanding levels of community support, Inspirations Studio has secured the funds necessary to continue through 2018.

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Are you a resident-led group with a great event idea that needs funding?

Grants of $1,000 – $3,000 are available to activate your neighbourhood and advance the Toronto Strong Neighbourhood Strategy 2020 (TSNS 2020).

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Over the past year I have been working with the City’s Affordable Housing Office and Parks staff to prevent this site from being sold to developers and I believe the City now has a plan that will meet the needs of the City and local residents.

Once completed, 150 Harrison Street will contain:

  • 13 non-profit affordable ownership homes
  • Reconfigured TPA Parking Lot
  • A new neighbourhood parkette

You are invited to join me at a public open house to learn more.

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Enbridge Gas Distribution (Enbridge) has retained GHD Inc. (GHD) to conduct an environmental study to assess the potential impacts of natural gas pipeline construction through Liberty Village. This pipeline, which spans 1.1 km, will deliver essential natural gas to new developments in the area.

Stakeholder consultation is an important part of this study. Members of the public, regulatory agencies, Indigenous communities and other stakeholders are invited to attend the Public Open House to review the project and provide comments.

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