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Short-Term Accommodation Rentals Consultation

UPDATE- PHASE 2 The City is considering new rules for short-term rentals, as directed by Executive Committee on June 19, 2017. What is a short-term rental? The term “short-term rental” typically describes rentals that occur over a short period of time (e.g. less than 30 days). Popular […]

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City of Toronto to consult on potential vacant homes tax

The City of Toronto is asking residents if they think the City should pursue a tax on vacant homes in Toronto as an initiative to address housing availability and affordability in Toronto; the tax may encourage owners to rent out vacant units. Residents can share their views […]

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Growing Toronto’s Child Care System – An Information Session for Parents

On Monday, June 26,  an important meeting will be held for east-end parents regarding Toronto’s 10 Year Child Care Growth Strategy. This strategy is aimed at improving access to affordable high-quality child care for all families. Elaine Baxter-Trahair, General Manager of Toronto Children’s Services, will provide an […]

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Community Open House for Donlands’ Station Second Exit/Entrance Preliminary Design

You are invited to share your thoughts and suggestions for the future second exit/entrance building design at Donlands’ Station. The public Open House will be hosted on Tuesday, July 18 from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at St.Davids Church (right across from Donlands’ Station). For more information about […]

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Public Consultations Page on City Website

The City of Toronto hosts a variety of public consultations each year on a diverse range of local and city-wide subjects. You can find out more about the City’s current and past public consultations online on the City’s website.

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Public Consultation: City’s Multi-year Accessibility Plan

The City of Toronto is updating its Multi-year Accessibility Plan and wants input from the public. Public consultations will take place on June 12, 14, 22 and 28. You can also have your say by completing an online survey by June 30, 2017. The City wants to […]

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Public Consultation: Rules and Fees for Sidewalk Cafes & Displays

The City is looking for public input invited on guidelines, rules and fees for sidewalk cafes and displays Municipal Licensing and Standards and Transportation Services are reviewing application and permit fees, as well as bylaws that govern sidewalk cafés and displays operating on the public right-of-way. This […]

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Webinars – TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Toronto

The City of Toronto is inviting residents to participate in an upcoming webinar to learn about the City’s proposed approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Toronto, and its connection to public health, local economic development, and social equity. The webinar, which will provide an overview of […]

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Coyote Info Session

Toronto residents who live near ravines and forests – typical coyote habitat – can expect an increase in coyote sightings during the winter. Coyotes are active day and night, but prefer to hunt at dusk and dawn. To help to educate residents about coyotes, Animal Services is […]

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The City of Toronto is considering a stormwater charge

The City of Toronto is considering a stormwater charge. Meet with City staff about this matter by attending one of our formal presentations. • Scarborough Civic Centre Tuesday, March 7 • East York Civic Centre Monday, March 20 • Etobicoke Civic Centre Thursday, March 23 • York Civic Centre […]

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