Author: Kate

Recycle Even More!

As of this month, residents can recycle even more types of plastic in their blue bin. New acceptable items include: milk bags and outer bags select types of bread bags (non-foil) sandwich bags (e.g. re-sealable type bags) bulk food bags (used for fruit, vegetables, nuts) dry cleaning bags newspaper/flyer bags fresh or frozen produce bags […]

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City of Toronto Beach Season Begins

The City of Toronto is reminding residents about the importance of following water safety rules when enjoying the city’s world-class Blue Flag beaches. Nine of Toronto’s 11 public beaches officially open Saturday, June 6 for the summer season. Remember the following water safety tips when enjoying outdoor activities this summer:  Keep your children within arm’s reach at all […]

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TTC Announces Service Improvements to Bus Routes

The TTC board announced service improvements to 61 bus routes, including several in Ward 35, that will make it convenient and viable for all Torontonians to count on transit all day, every day. These improvements are funded under the $90-million investment in transit that was approved in the 2015 budget. View map of All-day Every-day […]

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June 2015 Newsletter

June is parks and recreation month–a month-long celebration to raise awareness of the benefits of recreation and to get out and get active! Ward 35 is home to 30 parks covering almost 67 hectares of land! June 26th is the official start to our outdoor pool season, but this weekend, you can look forward to […]

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May 2015 Newsletter

Time for spring cleaning! This weekend, I will be hosting theWard 35 Community Environment Day: pickup free compost; exchange your garbage, recycling and green bins; and safely dispose of your household hazardous waste. Did you know cooking oil is a household hazardous waste? Find out more on the City’s website. View Newsletter

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April 2015 Newsletter

Spring is finally here, and it’s time to work together to give our homes, yards and community a good spring cleaning! This week I look forward to joining Trustee  Parthi Kandavel and the students and teachers of Corvette Public School to help clean up their school yard and adjoining park. It’s great to see Ward 35 […]

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March 2015 Newsletter

After a long, cold winter it’s great to feel spring is finally in the air! We are coming out of hibernation, and it’s time to start thinking about spending more time outside. The annual community cleanup weekend is next month. I hope you will consider registering to clean up your local park. View Newsletter

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February 2015 Newsletter

It has been a busy start to the new term, but I am pleased to be taking on important roles as Chair of Parks & Environment Committee, a member of Budget Committee, and as a member of the Mayor’s Executive Committee. These prominent positions will allow me to have a stronger voice for you, at […]

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Summer 2014 Newsletter

I hope you have been making the most of summer and enjoying all our community has to offer. I was pleased to host two movie nights last month and great-full for the good weather! View Newsletter

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On the Set of Murdoch Mysteries

Great tour on the Ward 35 set of Murdoch Mysteries!

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