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City of Toronto working to address “no water” calls as a result of frozen water service pipes

City of Toronto working to address “no water” calls as a result of frozen water service pipes Prolonged, extreme cold temperatures are having an impact on the water service pipes that deliver water to many homes and businesses. As a result, the City is receiving an unprecedented […]

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Committee of Adjustment: October 9, 2014

The following items will be before the Committee of Adjustment in Committee Room 2, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West –   Within the files below you will find instructions on how to submit your comments to the Committee of Adjustment and how to sign up […]

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Join the Close the Housing Gap campaign in 2014

Safe, affordable housing is a key contributor to people’s health and success and thus to Toronto’s economic and social well-being. That’s why residents are being encouraged to add their voice to the Close the Housing Gap campaign. You can get posters, buttons, postcards, petitions and brochures and […]

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Subway Closures for May 2014

Unfortunately, the TTC will be closing parts of the subway system for maintenance during weekends in May 2014. Line  BD – Kennedy to Woodbine Stations (Both Ways) 1) Full Weekend Closure – May 10th – 11th, 2014 2) Full Weekend Closure – May 24th – 25th, […]

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Do you know someone or a community group who is making a difference in Toronto by reducing barriers to civic participation?

Celebrate their accomplishments – nominate them for an award!   The Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards recognize significant efforts of Toronto residents who are working to build a city in which all residents are full and equal participants in the social, cultural, economic, recreational and political […]

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Earth Hour: Our Earth – Eastminster Unplugged

Join friends and neighbours for an intimate Community evening of Music and Conversation as we give voice to our Hopes, Dreams and Concerns for our Environment, our Energy Sources and our Economies. Please see poster for details  

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Pottery Road Has Re-opened to Traffic

Pottery Road, from Bayview Avenue to Broadview Avenue, has re-opened. To answer local residents’ questions about the construction on Pottery Road, I have been holding public update meetings starting October  28th  with the City of Toronto’s Technical Services Division, the department responsible for the reconstruction of Pottery […]

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Emergency Child Care Meeting

Child care centres have closed; others are on the brink; many parents face huge fee increases… let’s act! What can we do to ensure that child care centres have sufficient funding? Our children and parents face the real possibility that their child care centre will close. In […]

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Mandatory Downspout Disconnection Reminder – Nov. 20th

Rainwater runs off your roof and flows through your eavestroughs into a downspout that carries it directly into the sewer system.  During heavy rainfall, the sewers become overloaded, increasing the risk of basement flooding and releasing polluted water into our local waterways. To help solve the problem, […]

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Update on Pottery Road Construction from Technical Services

Please note I have received the following update from Technical Services,  the City of Toronto department  responsible for the construction on Pottery Road: The majority of work on the Pottery Road construction project is completed with the exception of reinforcing the slope on the north side of […]

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