Community events

Exhibition Place invites you to join them for their annual ghost walks this October.

The ghost walks evolved out of paranormal experiences of staff at Exhibition Place and from research conducted by paranormal specialist, Richard Palmisano.

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You are invited to attend the Opening Reception for three exceptional exhibitions taking place during the Toronto 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games at the Fort York Nation Historic Site Visitor Centre.

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A number of neighbours who live around Ossington between Queen Street West and Dundas Street West have come together with the Ossington Community Association to nominate this stretch of Ossington Avenue as a potential Heritage Conservation District (HCD).

As part of the nomination process, you are invited to join your neighbours, City Planning and me for a walk along Ossington Avenue to discuss the neighbourhood, document its significance, and provide your feedback on an HCD nomination.

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Earlier this week I hosted the second public meeting about the future of Liberty Village Park.

Working in groups, we identified what we thought were park strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and what type of physical improvements residents of Liberty Village felt would be best for the park.

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A series of Pan Am Games events will result in road closures in Toronto this week.

Everyone can do their part to make the Games a success. Whenever possible, consider carpooling, transit, walking or cycling to get around during the Games. Closures this week are as follows:

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A number of temporary traffic measures — including closures of Front, Wellington and Rees streets — will go into effect in downtown Toronto as Toronto prepares to host the one-of-a-kind Opening Ceremony for the 2015 Pan Am Games on Friday, July 10.

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You are invited to join me for a meeting with Toronto City Planning to discuss vertical duplexing and condo conversion applications in single family homes.

When: Tuesday, July 14
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Where: West Neighbourhood House, 248 Ossington Ave (Ossington and Dundas)

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The City of Toronto’s Transportation Services division is in the process of developing a new 10-year plan for Toronto’s Cycling Network.

Toronto residents and businesses are being asked to provide their input by commenting on the draft Cycling Network Plan map.

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The City of Toronto encourages residents and visitors to enjoy Canada Day and celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday in Toronto on Wednesday, July 1.

City-organized and community events will be held across Toronto for residents of all ages.

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Many parks across Ward 19 continue to undergo much needed improvement, and focus has now shifted to improving Liberty Village Park.

My office is holding a meeting where you will have the opportunity to work with your neighbours to identify the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities that exist in the park, and offer feedback on the current policies that govern our public spaces.

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