Here is the electronic copy of the newsletter, which you should have received earlier this month. Feel free to share.
Perks-Fall 2013 Newsletter-Jan2014-interactive
Final Report – City-Initiated Study for the West Side of Roncesvalles Avenue, Between Marmaduke Street and Marion Street
Installation/Removal of On-Street Accessible Parking Spaces
Endorsement of Events for Liquor Licensing Purposes
. All Investment programs are open to eligible applicants with project proposals that support the program goals.
What’s new for 2014?
- The application process has been further streamlined to ensure that the information requested informs the decision making without placing unnecessary administrative burden on applicants.
- Requests for program enhancements, developments and/or expansions to existing programs and for new project requests are encouraged. While funding is time-limited, the activities may continue after funding has ended.
- However, an organization’s ongoing operating costs remain ineligible for funding.
Application Information and Deadlines:
|Access, Equity and Human Rights (AEHR)||Wednesday February 19, 2014 4:00pm|
|Community Safety||Wednesday February 26, 2014 4:00pm|
Detailed guidelines and application information can be found on the web site by clicking here.
All applications will be submitted on-line through the Corporate Grants Information System (CGIS). Applicants must complete a short survey to register for access to the on-line system, and support is provided to users to explain how to use the system. More information can be found on the website and in the program guidelines.
If you have questions or wish to discuss your initiative, please feel free to contact one of the Agency Review Officers listed below, or email email@example.com.
Kin Wah Siu – 416.392.9207
Oleg Segin – 416.392.0102
Laurie O’Dell – 416.392.8527
Augusto Mathias – 416.392.1087
Suzanne Paes – 416.392.9271
The Toronto Police Service (TPS), in collaboration with the Toronto Police Services Board and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, is now accepting applications for the 2014 Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) Summer Program. We need your help in spreading the word to all eligible candidates!
On February 14, 2006, the Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) announced that the Ontario Government would be funding various youth opportunity initiatives, as part of the government’s new strategy to address the growing needs of our youth. Part of that strategy, was and is a partnership with the Toronto Police Services Board, the Toronto Police Service, and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services to hire 150 youth for the summer. In 2012, the Youth in Policing Initiative Afterschool program was created in recognition of the importance of providing support and employment opportunities for young people all year round. The Youth in Policing Initiative is now considered a yearlong program, which runs from January to April, July to August, and from September to December.
This Summer employment initiative focuses on diverse youth between the ages of 15 to 18 residing in the Priority Identified Neighbourhoods within the City of Toronto. The Toronto Police Service is seeking to employ 150 youth from June 30th to August 22nd to work with our members in the 17 Police Divisions and various units within the Service. The core responsibilities include; working together with members of the Community Response Unit to assist with community events, crime prevention, community outreach initiatives and administrative duties. Youth will also have the opportunity to see the daily police operations from an internal perspective, interact with police officers on a personal level, gain hands on job experience and be able to familiarize themselves with the roles and responsibilities of being a Toronto Police Service employee.
The Youth in Policing Initiative Summer Program is a unique opportunity that should not be missed! If you know or work with youth between the ages of 15-18, who reside in one of the priority identified neighbourhoods, legally eligible to work in Canada, and who may be interested in working with the Toronto Police Service throughout the summer, please encourage them to apply.
Recruiting efforts will run for a period of four weeks commencing on January 13th, 2014 and ending on February 7th, 2014. A link to the application will only be available online at http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/yipi/ For more information on this program, please visit the Youth in Policing Initiative site or see the attached job poster.
Please note that the deadline to submit online applications is Friday, February 7th 2014. If you have any questions, please be sure to contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also contact us by phone at 416-808-7293 or 416-808-7108.
Thank you in advance for your help in spreading the word,
Housing Roundtable on Tuesday January 28 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Toronto Reference Library, Novella Room.
Please join supporters as we share plans for 2014 and join in the Federation of Canadian Municipalities “Fix the Housing Crunch” campaign.
This is an opportunity for your organization to assist in advocacy.
Please find attached your invitation with further details and how to register.
We look forward to your participation in the Roundtable on January 28.
RSVP: Nicole Stewart, email@example.com or 416-392-4223 by Wednesday January 22
Space is limited. Please let us know if you have any special requirements.