Author: Kate

Albert Campbell Library Renovation Meeting

Albert Campbell Branch has been a valued part of our community since 1971. Toronto Public Library is preparing plans to renovate the branch – to revitalize all of its public spaces, to improve operational efficiency and delivery of service that meets the needs of the community. Join Toronto Public Library staff and architects from the firm […]

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SEED SWAP & Knowledge Swap

Bring seeds to trade, enjoy educational demos by the EnviroLeaders, meet other gardeners, and get tips and advice! When: Saturday, February 11th, 1:00pm – 4:00pm Where: AccessPoint on Danforth, 3079 Danforth Avenue at Victoria Park Admission: Free    

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February Newsletter

We are already off to a busy start in 2017 at City Hall. I am pleased to be taking on important roles this year as Chair of Scarborough Community Council, Vice Chair of the Economic Development Committee and Chair of the City’s Corporations Nominating Panel. I am also excited to announce my appointment by Mayor John Tory to serve […]

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40 Danforth Road

As residents in the area will know there have been ongoing issues with the site for some time.  The Councillor’s Office has been working very closely with residents in the community and City staff (Municipal Licensing and Standards, Toronto Building, Transportation Services Right of Way, etc.) to address concerns about this project.  We have now […]

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3359 Danforth Avenue

The owner has submitted an application for review to City Planning for a mid-rise, mixed-use development comprising 27 apartments and a retail commercial unit in the north west ground floor area nearest Byng Avenue and Danforth Avenue.  The application is currently being reviewed by City Planning staff.  Now that it has been formalized it is […]

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35 Danforth Road

This site was approved as per the Planning process for residential use featuring stacked townhouses in four separate buildings with access from Danforth Road.  Community consultation meetings were held and the project was thoroughly reviewed by City Planning staff and the various City divisions (Transportation Services, Urban Design, Urban Forestry, etc.) as part of the […]

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Eglinton Square

(1-70 Eglinton Square, 1431 and 1437 Victoria Park Avenue, 14, 18, 19-23 and 26 Engelhart Crescent, and 64 and 68 Harris Park Drive) Residents in the area will have noticed a Planning Act sign on or near the Eglinton Square Shopping Centre concerning an application by the owner with respect to proposed residential development and […]

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February Job Fairs – YWCA Toronto Employment Centre, 2425 Eglinton Avenue East

VALIDITY RESEARCH JOB FAIR – FEBRUARY 1, 2017 AT 10AM Validity Research is the fastest growing market research firm in North America. HIRING: MARKET RESEARCH INTERVIEWERS DAY & AFTERNOON SHIFTS Seeking highly professional individuals, who speak and read ENGLISH Fluently to conduct Interviews with clients over the phone. No Selling Required. Option to work from home after 4-6 weeks […]

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2017 Waste Collection Calendar

All residents should have received a 2017 waste collection calendar in the mail.  These calendars contain important information about the proper waste disposal and includes a pull-out recycling guide. If you did not receive a calendar please call 311. Looking to downsize or replace a damaged bin? Call 311 or create an online Service Request […]

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Scadding Court Scholarship Application & Info Session

Partnering with Scadding Court Community Centre, the Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship program offers up to $4,000 to deserving young leaders across Toronto entering their first year of post-secondary or trade school. The program also provides valuable employment support and professional networks that pave the way for academic and career development. These scholarships reward students who have […]

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Winterlicious 2017

Toronto’s favourite culinary celebration, Winterlicious, celebrates the city’s culinary scene through delicious three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus served at more than 220 Toronto restaurants. The 15th annual event features a Culinary Event series offering themed culinary experiences in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. The series runs from January 27th to February 9th, click here to […]

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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, 2017 from 3 – 6 pm (presentation at […]

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