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Street Art Information Sessions

This month Transportation Services' StreetARToronto (StART) program will be hosting its annual information sessions across the city. Artists and non-profit arts/community organizations are invited to attend and learn more about opportunities to create safe, beautiful, and inclusive streetscapes while reducing graffiti vandalism. Upcoming Information Session Events: Downtown Toronto Information Session (Launch & Mix and Mingle) Monday January 16,…
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Christmas Tree Collection

Christmas Tress will be picked-up at the curbside on your waste collection days throughout the month of January. When placing your tree out for collection, please remove all decorations, tinsel, etc. and do not place out in any type of bag. If you are looking to dispose of your fake…
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Job Fair

Teleperformance is hiring customer service representatives and sales representatives! The job fair is on Thursday, January 19th at 10:00 a.m. at the YWCA Employment Centre (2425 Eglinton Avenue East). Primary duties, responsibilities and requirements include:   High School Diploma 100% English language skills-both verbal,written and comprehension in advanced English Must be…
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Job Fair

Great Connections Employment Services Inc. is holding a job fair on Wednesday, January 11th at 10:00 a.m.  at the YWCA Toronto Employment Centre (2425 Eglinton Avenue East).  They will be holding on-site interviews so bring 2 copies of your resume, photo ID and SIN.  Dress for success! Looking for: General…
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Mayor’s Winter Skate Party

Join Mayor John Tory and Toronto City Councillors for a Winter Skate Party! When: Sunday, January 8th Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m. Where: Colonel Samuel Smith Park (65 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive) Free skate rentals available 
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Tips on Preparing for Cold Weather Season

As we get closer to the beginning of winter and temperatures start to drop, Toronto Public Health is sharing tips with the public on how to stay warm during the cold weather season. Exposure to cold weather can increase the immediate risk of direct cold weather injuries including hypothermia and…
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December Newsletter

Dear Friends & Neighbours, The holiday season is upon us and I would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! There are a number of exciting holiday festivities taking place across Scarborough.  Be sure to take some time with your family and friends to join…
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Harvey’s Swiss Chalet Job Fair

The renovated restaurant located at 3520 Danforth Avenue will open this December and they are looking for the best of the best! Come out on Saturday, November 19th from 12:00-6:00 p.m. at Warden Woods Community Centre (74 Firvalley Court) to apply for a number of available positions.
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Long-Term Financial Plan

The City of Toronto is launching its public consultation on the development of its Long-Term Financial Plan. Information about the consultation, including background reports and engagement opportunities, a series of online surveys and two rounds of community meetings, is available at http://www.investinginto.ca/. The public is also invited to participate in the…
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The Future of Old City Hall

The City of Toronto will host a public consultation session next Tuesday to hear from Torontonians on potential future uses of Old City Hall, the landmark building located at 60 Queen St. W. Old City Hall is currently occupied by provincial and municipal courts, which are scheduled to vacate the…
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Winter Safety and Fall Prevention

Come out to learn ways to prevent falls, learn common risks to walking during winter, and how to stay safe and balanced on your feet. Date: Thursday, November 24th Time: 2:00-3:00 p.m. Place: Kennedy Eglinton Avenue (2380 Eglinton Ave E, Liberty Square Shopping Plaza) For more information and to register,…
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November E-News

November is a time to remember and honour those who fought for our country and our freedom.  Remembrance Day is an opportunity for all of us to recognize the sacrifices made by so many Canadians in service to our country.  Join members of the Scarborough community at the Scarborough Cenotaph…
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Garbage Truck Safety Tips For Kids

Solid Waste Management Services (SWMS) has created a new video to remind students in elementary school (Kindergarten through Grade 5, ages 4 – 11) about the hazards and safety practices when they encounter a garbage/recycling collection vehicle in their school zone. This video is part of the Division's commitment to…
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Coffee with a Cop

41 Division Police will be hosting Coffee with a Cop on Thursday, November 10th from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  Come out to the McDonalds at 3150 St.Clair Avenue East (Victoria Park & St.Clair) to meet officers who work in 41 Division, ask questions and have a conversation about your community.  There…
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Reduce the Risk! Frozen Pipes Public Education

With the cold weather approaching, it is important to take steps now to protect your pipes from freezing, which can leave you without water and cause your pipes to burst, leading to expensive property damage.  Protect your home by  following  these steps to help prevent your pipes from freezing. Know Your Pipes…
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Oakridge Pumpkin Parade

Join Friend's of Oakridge Park for their second Pumpkin Parade! Bring your jack-o-lanterns to Oakridge Park on Tuesday, November 1st at 5 pm to light up the park and check out the communities creations!
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