Community events

The City of Toronto invites you to come out and celebrate at a free, family friendly community celebration for the Pan Am Games Torch Relay.

When: Thursday, July 9, 2015
Time: 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Where: Nathan Phillips Square

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

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Weather permitting, the following 12 outdoor pools will open across the city on Saturday, June 20 on the weekends and in the evenings:

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The City of Toronto and the Toronto Aboriginal City Celebration Committee are hosting this year’s National Aboriginal Day celebration at Toronto City Hall.

Date: Sunday, June 21
Time: 5:30 a.m.
Location: Toronto City Hall, Podium Roof, 100 Queen St. W.

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The City of Toronto is developing a Ravine Strategy to guide the future use, management, enhancement and protection of Toronto’s ravines.

An information meeting and Open House is being held to solicit input from the public on how they use ravines and the vision for their future. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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Christie Pits Film Festival will open its fifth annual season on July 5th with a screening of the classic Nosferatu and a live-score performance.

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The Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing is examining how Toronto Community Housing serves the people of Toronto and how it is governed. The task force held four community meetings in May at which Toronto residents were invited to share their ideas on how to improve Toronto Community Housing.

An additional public meeting has been scheduled.

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One of the world’s best known historic documents, Magna Carta, will be exhibited for the first time in Toronto – from October 4 to November 7 – at Fort York National Historic Site.

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The City of Toronto is proposing to extend some peak-hour restrictions along Dundas Street, College/Carlton Streets, and Queen Street West to improve travel times.

You are invited to attend one of the three upcoming meetings to learn about the proposed extensions, ask questions, and provide feedback.

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The City of Toronto is developing Complete Streets Guidelines that will provide a holistic approach to how streets in Toronto are designed.

A complete street is a street that is designed to consider the needs of all users, such as those who walk, bicycle, drive, or take transit, as well as consider people of varying ages and levels of ability.

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