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May E-Newsletter

Each May we celebrate Asian/South Asian Heritage month. Toronto continues to celebrate and offer opportunities to learn more about the long and rich history of Canadians of Asian descent.  The Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division invites all residents of Toronto to take part in events and educational outreach programs organized…
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Public Health Blog – Pregnancy to Parenting

Toronto Public Health has launched Pregnancy to Parenting, a new blog featuring information about pregnancy, nutrition, breastfeeding, emotional health, child development, parenting tips and more. The content on this blog is created by real Public Health Nurses and Registered Dietitians at Toronto Public Health. If you have a question about pregnancy or…
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City Golf Courses Are Now Open!

It's tee-off time at the City's golf courses.  All five courses are now open and are offering early-bird rates. The City of Toronto has five great and award winning golf courses. Each offers a unique experience and benefits for players of every skill level. Our green fees are reasonable, with reduced…
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Bee City Canada at Eglinton Square Mall

To celebrate Earth Day 2016 and to generate a BUZZ about BEES, Bee City Canada will be at the Eglinton Square Mall on Friday, April 22nd from 11 am- 2 pm. Learn more about honeybees, wild bees, and other pollinators Learn to craft wildflower seed balls. Meet a member of…
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Weekend Subway Closures- Line 2

This Saturday, April 23rd & Sunday, April 24th there will be no service on the subway (line 2) from Kennedy Station to Victoria Park Station. Services will resume on Monday, April 25th at 6 a.m. During this closure, replacement buses will stop at all stations to pick-up customers and will…
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FREE Compost Available on April 23 & 24!

Attention Ward 35 Gardeners! FREE compost will be available at parks throughout Ward 35. Please bring your own shovel, gloves, and container.  Quantities are limited so come out early. Rain or shine! Compost is for residents only and not for retail use.      Click the flyer to view the compost drop…
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Oakridge Park Eco Day

Join the Friends of Oakridge Park on Saturday April 23rd  from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the first Oakridge Park Eco-Day! The community will be cleaning the park and the neighbourhood as part of Clean Toronto Together Campaign. There will be a number of other spring cleaning and environmental activities including: a free bike…
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Scarborough Transit Townhall

Transit is coming to Scarborough and we want to hear from you! Join local Scarborough City Councillors, Scaborough Members of Parliament, and the Mayor of Toronto for a Townhall on the upcoming Scarborough Transit Plans. There will be a presentation on the upcoming plans followed by a question and answer period.…
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Clean Toronto Together 2016

Did you know Ward 35 has one of the highest number of complaints for illegal dumping and litter? Gather your friends, neighbours, co-workers and classmates to clean a park, laneway, sidewalk, ravine, or any other space that needs your help! Plan your community clean-up today and contact my office for…
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Removing Abandoned Bikes From City Streets

The City of Toronto will be removing abandoned bicycles from city streets over the next few weeks to free up critical space for those who wish to park their bicycles. Residents can assist with this clean-up by calling 311 to report any bike that appears abandoned in the public right-of-way.…
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Toronto Hydro LED Technology Pilot Project

Toronto Hydro is committed to building energy- efficient, sustainable and modern infrastructure in neighborhoods across the City.  Part of the upgrades include the installation of LED light bulbs in over 170,000 street lights in Toronto.  LED lights are considered "dark sky-friendly," reducing the light pollution by allowing light to reach…
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Toronto Community Housing Task Force

The City of Toronto wants to hear from you! Attend a public meeting  to hear about the recommendations and share your views regarding how the City should move forward on the Task Force recommendations.  There will be 8 meetings hosted between April 11th and the 25th across the city. On Monday, April…
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Toronto Animal Services Chip Truck

The Chip Truck, sponsored by PetSecure, is a low-cost, mobile microchip clinic that offers a microchip, pet licence and now, rabies vaccine for $25 per cat and $35 per dog.  Pet owners who already have a valid City of Toronto pet licence pay $10 for a microchip and/or rabies vaccine. Since…
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Scarborough Job and Career Fair

Are looking for work or interested in switching careers? Attend the Scarborough Civic Centre's 13th annual Job and Career Fair on Wednesday, April 6th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Connect with employers, have your resume reviewed, participate in on the spot interviews, and attend an on-site workshop. Register online or for…
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Weekend Subway Closures – Line 2

This Saturday, April 2nd there will be no service on the subway (line 2) from Kennedy Station to Victoria Park Station. Services will resume on Sunday, April 3rd at 8 a.m. During this closure, replacement buses will stop at all stations to pick-up customers and will also drop off customers…
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Youth Art Grant Writing Workshop

This interactive session will explore the basics of preparing a grant for ArtReach. It will breakdown the main components of their application, including the proposal, work plan and budget; and will provide tips for creating a clear, concise application. The workshop will run from 6-8:30pm, with a Q & A…
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