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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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Pottery Road Update – October 3rd

Pottery Road is scheduled to re-open November 30th – please see the latest update and meeting notice.   Please note I have a new update from Technical Services, the City of Toronto department responsible for the construction on Pottery Road:  The City’s design consultants have been working on an […]

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2011 Toronto Bicycle Film Festival

The Bicycle Film Festival runs this year in Toronto between August 11 and 14. For more details on events and passes, please go to http://www.bicyclefilmfestival.com/toronto/

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Toronto Hydro Account Changes

To help better serve customers, Toronto Hydro has upgraded to a new information and billing system. Customers will notice that: -Their account number has changed -Their historical electricity usage information is temporarily unavailable on their bill   As of July 7, every Toronto Hydro customer will receive […]

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Mumps Investigation at Toronto Restaurant

Mumps Investigation at Toronto Restaurant Toronto Public Health is investigating four cases of mumps in staff who work at Ki Restaurant located at 181 Bay Street in Toronto. These individuals unknowingly worked while infectious with mumps. Toronto Public Health is working closely with the restaurant to limit […]

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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus

Toronto Public Health received a laboratory report today indicating that mosquitoes in Toronto have tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). This is the first WNV positive result for Toronto this year. “The positive test result is a good reminder for the public to protect themselves from […]

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Mothers Task Force on Child Care Launched

Mothers, as a group, still have primary responsibility for child care, yet their voices and concerns aren’t heard in debates on child care in Toronto.  The Task Force will provide an opportunity for mothers to have their say on child care issues.  The Task Force will be […]

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Canadian National Exhibition Association Appointments

YOU CAN HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE The Canadian National Exhibition Association (“CNEA”) invites you to get involved.  Volunteer your skills to help govern the Annual 18-day Fair.  If you are interested in serving on the membership of the CNEA, we invite you to apply. Governed and operated […]

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