Over the past few months, the Oakridge Community has been meeting to decide how they would like to spend $250,000 to improve the community. Several ideas were brought forward and short listed to determine which projects are feasible for the area. The following projects and their estimated costs are on the 2017 ballot in Oakridge: Resurface basketball court […]
The Cavalcade of Lights at Nathan Phillips Square is an annual holiday tradition featuring the first illumination of Toronto’s official Christmas Tree, a spectacular fireworks show and a skating party on the iconic outdoor rink. This year the event takes place on Saturday, November 25th starting at 7:00 p.m. and running until 10:00 p.m.
Join the Crossroads of the Danforth BIA on Friday, November 24th for an evening of music, lights and festive cheer! Festivities start at 5:30 pm, the tree lighting at 6:30 pm at the corner of Danforth Rd and Danforth Ave. For more information follow the Crossroads BIA on Twitter @CrossroadsBIA, on Instagram, and on Facebook! […]
Come out on Wednesday, November 1st for Friends of Oakridge Park’s Third Annual Pumpkin Parade in Oakridge Park. Bring your jack o’ lanterns out for one last appearance as we line the neighbourhood pumpkins up throughout the park. The fun starts at 6pm so show up with the Jack o’ lanterns just before, and be ready to […]
Throughout October, the City of Toronto will be hosting activities for job seekers and employers as well as events to showcase some of the City’s initiatives and partnerships with employers and community partners. The City of Toronto is helping people find jobs and helping employers secure the skilled employees they need. The Workforce Development Strategy has three key […]
Did you know that roughly half of home fire deaths result from fires reported between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., when most people are asleep? By having working smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and a home fire escape plan, Toronto Fire Services seeks to help keep residents avoid death or injury from fires. Fire Prevention Week 2017 will take […]
Are you a student-led start-up or have an innovative idea? …then the InnovateTO150 Showcase is for you! In honour of Canada’s 150th Birthday, the City of Toronto is collaborating with OCAD University, Ryerson University, University of Toronto,York University, and Universities Canada to showcase the best of Toronto’s next generation of change-makers, innovators and entrepreneurs. A 1 day showcase, 2 pitch competitions, Friday November […]
TTC will be overhauling the elevators at Kennedy Station and replacing key components including pistons, main controller and pumps. Effective October 2, 2017, the elevator servicing customers between the Line 2 Subway Platform and the mezzanine level will be out of service until early January 2018. Effective January 2018, the elevator servicing customers from street level […]
Elevate Toronto was an opportunity to promote Toronto’s large and growing innovation and technology sector which is creating many jobs across our City. As the City’s Advocate for the Innovation Economy Portfolio I was very involved in Elevate Toronto including speaking, presentations on innovation and technology issues and panel discussions. I, along with many City […]
Toronto’s free all-night contemporary art event, the magic of Nuit Blanche Toronto returns from sunset to sunrise on September 30th , 2017. Experience Toronto transformed by artists for one night only, all night long. For a list of art projects, an event map, and more visit nbto.com!
As many of you know, Toronto is the host city for the 2017 Invictus Games. The Invictus Games were initiated by Prince Harry and are an international sporting event for wounded, ill and injured servicemen and women. The Invictus Games bring the power of sport and competition to help with recovery and rehabilitation. For further […]