Len Braithwaite Park is now open!

See the highlights of the re-opening of the new Len Braithwaite Park.

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Taking gun violence seriously

Action is needed to make public housing in Toronto safer

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Pictured: 2012 Community Clean-Up

Check out the action from the 2012 Toronto Community Clean-Up Day

National Film Board visits Rexdale

The National Film Board has created a series of online documentaries about highrise buildings around the world

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Ward 1 Community Environment Day: July 16 2016 from 10:00am – 2:00pm @ Albion & Kipling

Join our Ward 1 Community for our Annual Environment Day! Let’s do our part in creating a cleaner, greener and more liveable Toronto. Bring your unused and unwanted household items and you will help to: – Extend the life of a product by offering it to someone for reuse. – Reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and ensure …

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IMPORTANT COMMUNITY MEETING re: THISTLETOWN MULTI-SERVICE CENTRE – Thursday, May 19 2016

IMPORTANT COMMUNITY MEETING HOSTED BY THE TORONTO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD REGARDING THE THISTLETOWN MULTI-SERVICE CENTRE Thursday, May 19, 2016 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Thistletown Collegiate, Cafeteria 20 Fordwich Crescent As you may be aware the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is reviewing our Thistletown Community Hub for potential sale. Before any decision regarding the potential sale of the property …

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HELP PLAN TRANSIT IN TORONTO & ETOBICOKE NORTH

Deputy Mayor Vincent Crisanti is hosting a community consultation and information session on the transit plan for Etobicoke North. When: Tuesday, April 19th, 2016. Where: Father Henry Carr Secondary School, Main Gym, 1760 Martin Grove Road Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Metrolinx – April 19 2016 – Community Meeting Flyer The City of Toronto and the TTC, together with …

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Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing – We Want to Hear from You – Tuesday, April 19 – North Kipling Community Centre – 6:00pm – 9:00pm

The Mayor’s Task Force on Toronto Community Housing has made recommendations to address ongoing social and financial pressures at the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC). A series of meetings are scheduled to provide additional information on the City’s process and to receive input from the public on the recommendations. Senator Art Eggleton, Task Force Chair, will attend the first meeting …

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Get ready for the City of Toronto’s spring and summer recreation program registration

News Release Registration for spring and some summer City of Toronto recreation programs, including summer camps, begins at 7 a.m. on March 5 in Etobicoke York, March 6 in Scarborough, March 8 in North York and March 9 in Toronto and East York. These high-quality and affordable recreation programs fill up quickly so register starting at 7 a.m. to avoid …

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Here Comes The Snow!

It’s that time of the year again – winter! A Canadian winter can sometimes mean a lot of snow, and the City of Toronto is ready. Here are a few things that you can expect as we gear up for another winter in Toronto. Prior to the onset of a storm, Transportation Services will be applying a layer of salt …

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2nd Annual Cookies for Christmas Decorating Party

Please join me on Thursday, December 12th for my second annual ‘Cookies for Christmas’ decorating party at the Thistletown Community Centre! Last year’s inaugural party was a huge success and attendees had a fantastic time! Help spread Christmas cheer by decorating cookies for families in need in our community. People of all ages are welcome and supplies are provided. This …

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2014 Budget

This 2014 budget process is now underway. Along with the budget website, there are new communication tactics to enhance civic engagement including: Open House/Budget Drop in Sessions Whiteboard animation video Budget Basic Sheets Budget at a Glance Info graphics Updated Analyst Notes To learn more about the 2014 budget, visit http://www.toronto.ca/budget2014. Your input is important to me. Please don’t hesitate …

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Statement About Monday’s Special Council Meeting

The special council meeting on Monday, November 18th was emotionally charged and unprecedented. I want to reiterate what I have stated many times before; I do not condone the Mayor’s conduct and behavior (inside and outside the council chamber). It has been an embarrassment and sets a poor example to all Torontonians, particularly to our youth. It is unfortunate that …

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Statement on the Scarborough Subway Vote

The vote on the Scarborough Subway moves North Etobicoke and all Torontonians closer to real rapid transit. Because of the leadership of our Mayor, we now have all three levels of government aligned and moving in the same direction to build a modern transit system.  I want to thank all the councillors who joined with me in supporting subways as …

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