Here are the events happening at High Park and Parkdale Libraries from now till June: http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/search.jsp?N=37867+33132+33162&Ns=p_pub_date_sort&Nso=0
You can also stay up-to-date with the latest library news and upcoming programs by signing up for our What’s On at the Library enewsletter: http://tpl.ca/e-news
The exact timing of the burn is highly dependent on weather conditions and difficult to predict in advance. The weather will be closely monitored and when a date has been selected a confirmation notice will be sent 24-48hours prior to ignition.HP 1mo notice 2018
Hear about new opportunities in your neighbourhood such as Neighbourhood Grants and local funding and economic opportunities.Parkdale Neighbourhood community meeting poster
For any further information, contact Rebecca.Bassey@toronto.ca or call 416-895-9230.
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Toronto Police Service Community Alert
11 Division Community Event
Greetings 11 Division Community Members,
Come join us, one and all, this Wednesday March 21st, at 700pm at the Hallelujah Fellowship Baptist Church, located at 425 Pacific Ave, (In the area of Keele St and Dundas St W) to commemorate with the Toronto Police Service, our community partners, and area dignitaries, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Don’t miss this empowering United Nations inspired event, which includes an evening of speeches, presentations, candle light vigil, songs, cultural dance and prayers to bring the powerful voice of hope to all our citizens.
Again, this Wednesday March 21st, at 7:00pm at the Hallelujah Fellowship Baptist Church, located at 425 Pacific Ave. The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Visit our Facebook event page for more details>>>>http://bit.ly/2HLliLZ
Or download and listen to our Podcast here>>>>>http://bit.ly/2FHTzPO
When are the Training Sessions?
The Public Studio (58 Lansdowne Ave) will host the following 3-hour training sessions:
• Grassroots Organizing: Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 6-9PM
• Community Sector Organizing: Wednesday, April 25th, 2018, 6-9PM
• Government Organizing: Wednesday, May 23, 2018 6-9PM
Applications are due on Wednesday, March 21st by 6PM.PCE01 Poster
Options for new affordable housing in Parkdale
Parkdale Residence Association and Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust are holding a Panel Discussion on the options for creating new affordable housing in Parkdale.
Toronto is experiencing a housing affordability crisis. Rents are skyrocketing, pricing low and middle income people our of their communities, while home-ownership is increasingly unattainable for the majority of Torontonians.
In Parkdale and beyond residents have demanded “affordable housing now!” This begs the question what options do we have for creating more affordable housing in Parkdale?
Panelists will provide an introduction to the opportunities and challenges of some of these options including: Cooperative Housing, Affordable Home Ownership, inclusionary zoning, non-profit rental housing and Community Land Trusts.
Possible solutions will also be discussed.
Mercedes Sharp – Parkdale People’s Economy – What is affordable?
Anjala Kulasegaram – Cooperative Housing Federation of Toronto
ArtScape – Affordable Housing Ownership For Artists
Cheri DiNovo – Inclusionary Zoning – How will it create affordable housing for Parkdale
You can register HERE.
Date: Wed., March 14th, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Place: 20 West Lodge Avenue, May Robinson Auditorium
The TLAB wishes to hear submissions related to any Rule, Practice Direction, Form, or the Public Guide. Oral presentations should be organized by specific topic, such as the number of the Rule, Practice Direction, or Form, or section of the Public Guide.
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Time: 2:00 to 5:30 PM and 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Location: Scarborough Civic Centre
150 Borough Drive
Scarborough, Ontario M1P 4N7
Room: Council ChambersTLAB Public Consultation Invite April 2018
Bring a LEAF Arborist to your Yard – Virtually!
The LEAF Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Tree Planting Program now offers virtual consultations to residents of Toronto. The DIY program includes:
- online educational videos
- virtual consultation with an arborist
- a selection of native trees and shrubs to choose from
- delivery of your trees and shrubs, along with mulch
- tree planting guide to help you plant properly
For more information and to book your virtual consultation visit www.yourleaf.org