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Walking With Our Sisters – Commemorative Art Installation

The commemorative art installation will be open from October 15-29 between 4-8 p.m. on weekdays and from 10-8 p.m. on weekends. For more information about Walking With Our Sisters and this event please click here. Aboriginal Education Centre October 15 – 29, 2017 16 Phin Avenue (Danforth & […]

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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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June is Seniors’ Month!

Find all the activities and opportunities offered for adults over 60 in Toronto at     

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Public Markets – Farmers Markets & more

From the CBC – Councillor Mary Fragedakis sows seeds for new farmers’ markets city-wide From Metro News – Toronto looks to cut red tape on farmers markets From the Toronto Star – Let’s grow more farmers’ markets

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Helping Tenants Cope with the Heat

From Metro News – Toronto landlords denying tenants air conditioning: councillor and Sweltering Toronto tenants still wait for maximum heat law From the Star – City councillor putting the heat on landlords with push for temperature-control measures    

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