Gord’s comments on the 2019 Provincial Budget:
Details on this Council item available at – http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?
The Right to Adequate Housing
City Council on May 14 and 15, 2019, adopted the following:
1. City Council request the Director, Affordable Housing Office to consider the presentation from the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Adequate Housing when updating Toronto’s 2009 Housing Charter and the Toronto Housing Opportunities Toronto Action Plan 2010-2020.
2. City Council request the Director, Affordable Housing Office, as part of the current public consultation process on Toronto’s housing plan, to include a “rights-based approach” to housing in policy areas that fall within the City’s jurisdiction, and report to the Planning and Housing Committee on November 13, 2019 when the new Toronto Housing Plan 2020-2030 is to be considered
Gord’s comments on the Right to Adequate Housing
Details on this Council item available at http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2019.PH5.1
Doug Ford’s plan to bring back the OMB, sideline municipalities and marginalize local communities in the planning process is being fast-tracked for approval with almost no time for residents to respond. Cities, and towns across Ontario are grappling to understand the implications of Bill 108 and making their voices heard.
Join us 7 pm on Monday, May 27, 2019 at City Hall to learn how Bill 108 will impact our community and city. Make your voices heard.
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The Toronto Drop-In Network (TDIN) is an active coalition of over 50 drop-in centres throughout the City of Toronto that work with people who are homeless, marginally housed or socially isolated. Our Network includes drop-ins of all sizes and with a diversity philosophies that serve men, women, transgender and non-binary people, youth and seniors.
Below is a consolidated list of Drop-in/organization: Hours of operations, Services, Meal times (statutory holiday schedule included). The online version of this list is available on their website at https://tdin.ca/resource.php?id=644Drop-in - Hours of operation Services and Meal Times
While every effort is made to ensure the information is accurate, service changes happen on an ongoing basis, and we recommend calling ahead to verify hours, services offered and meal times.
European gypsy moth (EGM) is a defoliating insect that can severely weaken or kill trees. It is a major pest in North America.
In conjunction with various ground-based methods of control, the City of Toronto will be conducting an aerial spray this spring. The spray is to help manage high levels of European gypsy moth caterpillars that are expected in certain areas of the city and prevent severe canopy damage and tree loss. The spray dates are yet to be determined but are set to occur sometime between May 16 and June 15, 2019. The spray dates are dependent upon weather conditions at the time and insect/leaf development. View the Public Notice of Pesticide Use For The Control of Gypsy Moth regarding the aerial spray program and the map of the areas that will be affected by aerial spraying operations
City of Toronto Gypsy Moth Aerial Spray Presentation:
The May 25th Compost Day will be at Indian Rd Public School, 285 Indian Rd Crescent, where free leaf compost will be available from 10:00 am, while supplies last. Compost will also be available at the next Community Environment Day on Saturday, July 27th, 2019 at Sorauren Park.
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