Tuesday, 12 February – 7:00 p.m.
Simcoe Seminar – Conflict in Afghanstan; Will it Ever End
Join panel discussion speakers –
Colonel Dwayne Hobbs, LCol Phil Halton, Captain Chris Wattie
Doors open @ 6:00 p.m.
Seminar begins @ 7:00
Lambton House – 4066 Old Dundas Street
Come join us as we present the Queen’s York Rangers’ Simcoe Seminar at the Lambton House for the first time. Join panelists Colonel Dwayne Hobbs, LCol Phil Halton, author of This Shall Be a House of Peace and Captain Chris Wattie, author of Contact Charlie, as they discuss this important topic.
No. Cover. A free-will donation will be greatly appreciated
Public consultation on Toronto sidewalk cafés and marketing displays
The City of Toronto is hosting a public consultation to obtain input on the Sidewalk Cafés and Marketing Displays Bylaw Review. The review aims to harmonize existing bylaws so that consistent standards are applied across the city.
The public is invited to attend the consultation on Thursday, January 31 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Committee Room 4 at Toronto City Hall (100 Queen St. W.).
At the consultation, participants will have the opportunity to provide their input on proposed regulations, including updated fees, accessibility issues and new standards for marketing displays and sidewalk cafés (for example, curbside and parklet cafés).
The proposed regulations have been informed by earlier, extensive consultations with the public and stakeholders. Since 2014, input has been collected from more than 30 consultations and public meetings, two online surveys, and an on-site survey that collected information at sidewalk cafés and marketing display locations.
Input obtained from this final consultation will be used to inform the harmonized bylaw that City Council will consider this spring.
More information about the Sidewalk Cafés and Marketing Displays Review is available at https://bit.ly/2WaQc8z.
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