Several special events in Toronto this weekend will involve road closures as described below.

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This week City Council unanimously approved Toronto’s long-term path to reduce city-wide greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent by 2050.

The report identifies 23 strategies and three acceleration campaigns to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to achieve key goals including:

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Last night many of our neighbours were affected by the fire on Argyle. I want to take this opportunity to thank our first responders who worked diligently throughout the night, as well as to West Neighbourhood House and the many neighbours who opened their doors to help those impacted.

As per the City’s emergency social service policy, displaced residents are eligible to receive assistance through the Canadian Red Cross. Assistance will be provided on a case-by-case and can include 14 days in a hotel, clothing, food, tokens, etc.

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More than 70 businesses and cyclists along Bloor Street have partnered up for a new program, called Bike and Buy: Tour de Bloor Passport, to forge community relations and encourage residents and cyclists to shop locally.

As part of the program, which has been developed by local residents’ associations and Cycle Toronto, shoppers pick up a “passport” and get a stamp when they shop at participating businesses.

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Below is a message from the Bloourcourt BIA.

The Bloorcourt Festival is quickly approaching and we are looking for a few more talented artists in the arts and crafts community to fill our remaining spaces.

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