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February E-Newsletter

February is Black History Month and our City will be celebrating by hosting a number of events and contests across the city.  Be sure to check out the Mayor's Creative Writing contest and featured events at the Toronto Public Library.  February also marks Valentine's Day and Family Day, I hope…
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Save a Life- Learn CPR

February is Heart Month! A campaign that raises awareness and funds for healthy hearts. Sign up for a first aid or CPR course with Toronto Paramedic Services and learn skills that could save a life.  Courses are offered at location across Toronto, for course details click here.
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TIFF The Next Wave Film Festival

The next generation of movie lovers takes over TIFF Bell Lightbox for the fifth annual TIFF Next Wave Film Festival.  Young people aged 14-18 will have the opportunity to delve into the world of cinema, view some of the best films from first-time and well-known filmmakers, and participate in a…
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Black History Month Creative Writing Contest

Black History Month provides an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the contributions that African Canadians have made and continue to make in Toronto.  To help celebrate, Mayor John Tory invites youth aged 11-17 to share a story about a black Torontonian, past or present, who has contributed to Toronto's diverse…
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Green Sprouts Project- Financial Literacy for Youth!

The Neighbourhood Youth Alliance (NYA) is proud to present the Green Sprouts project with support from the City of Toronto.Green Sprouts will focus on delivering financial literacy education to youth ages 15-29 in the Taylor Massey and Oakridge communities. There will be a series of four workshops in each of…
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Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO)

Now in its sixth year, from January 18 through 24 the Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO) transforms the city’s downtown into a hub for all things design. Created by designers, TO DO brings creative minds together to celebrate Canada’s energetic design scene, and influence the way we understand and…
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Winterlicious 2016- Make your reservations today!

Participating restaurants are now accepting reservations for Toronto's favourite culinary celebration, Winterlicious presented by Interac Association. More than 200 Toronto restaurants are participating in the annual Winterlicious Prix Fixe promotion running from January 29 to February 11. Reservations are strongly recommended and are to be made directly with the participating dining…
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Birchmount Bus Garage Tank Replacement

To enhance safety, the TTC is in the process of replacing all of the underground diesel tanks at its bus garages with above-ground tanks, Birchmount Bus Garage’s replacement is scheduled from mid-January to the late summer of 2016. Construction activities include: Excavating and removing two existing underground tanks from the south…
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Mayor’s New Year’s Skating Party

Join Mayor Tory and City of Toronto Councillors for a free family skate! Saturday, January 9th, 2016 2:00-3:30 PM Albert Campbell Square (150 Borough Drive) Click here to view the flyer.
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New Year’s Eve at Nathan Phillip Square

Join the celebration and ring in the New Year on December 31st, at Nathan Phillips Square with Toronto's largest dance and skating party!  This FREE event is hosted and produced by the City of Toronto, starting at 8pm with a skating party and ending at midnight with a spectacular fireworks…
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Christmas Concert at City Hall

The City of Toronto's annual Christmas Concert will be held in the Toronto City Hall rotunda on Thursday, December 24 starting at 11:30 a.m.  The event will be hosted by Adam Wylde of KiSS 92.5 radio, co-host of Entertainment City. Three choirs – All the King's Voices, Toronto Beaches Children's…
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Music Strategy Survey

Music is a vital part of Toronto’s identity. Our city is the largest centre of music in Canada and one of the most varied and vibrant music cities in the world. Toronto’s music scene draws in people across the city, attracts visitors and artists, and engages with film, television, fashion,…
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Snap! Share! Win!

This winter, don't leave home without your camera, as your next shot could be a winner. From December 14 until February 19, 2016 snap photos in Toronto parks, ravines and recreation centres for a chance to win great prizes. This year's categories include: • Colour in Winter • Family Fun…
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Refugee Sponsor Information Fair

The City's Toronto Newcomer Office in partnership with the Toronto East Local Immigration Partnership is hosting a second information fair for private sponsors of Syrian refugees and people who may be considering becoming a sponsor. Date: Thurday, December 17th Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m. Where: Scarborough Civic Centre (150 Bourough Drive) At…
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Eglinton Crosstown LRT Station Consultation Meeting

The City of Toronto invites you to a community meeting and information session on proposed zoning by-law amendments required to permit the proposed transit station buildings, maintenance storage facility and traction power sub-stations along Eglinton Avenue between Jane Street and Kennedy Road. Date:Monday, December 14th Time:7:00-9:00 p.m. Location: Northern District…
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December E-Newsletter

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 in on the holiday…
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