Clean Together Toronto 2022

The City of Toronto’s 2022 Clean Toronto Together campaign is back this year! Residents, schools, businesses and community groups are encouraged to take part in the annual spring cleanup from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24. Participants are asked to register their cleanups online at www.livegreentoronto.ca. Registration helps the City to arrange special litter… Continue reading Clean Together Toronto 2022

Roncesvalles / Sunnyside / North Parkdale Community Meeting

Join me on Thursday, March 25 at 6:00pm as we discuss issues affecting the Roncesvalles, Sunnyside, and North Parkdale community.  To attend please register at: https://bit.ly/3ba6SH6  Dear friends and neighbours, Despite the lockdown, change is happening in our community.  We are seeing transportation infrastructure improvements, new development applications, and park and community centre planning all… Continue reading Roncesvalles / Sunnyside / North Parkdale Community Meeting

Parkdale Community Hub Meeting Presentation and Public Survey

Background The intersection of Queen Street West and Cowan Avenue is home to an important cluster of City facilities and community services that support the local community. In 2017, I brought forward a motion, approved by my colleagues, to determine the feasibility of a coordinated City plan for city-owned properties at the Queen/Cowan intersection. The… Continue reading Parkdale Community Hub Meeting Presentation and Public Survey

Congratulations to Parkdale recipients of Neighbourhood Grants!

Congratulations to three amazing South Parkdale community groups – H.O.P.E. Community Garden, Parkdale Community Peer Musicians Collective & Parkdale Cares. They have each received $1,000 through Neighbourhood Grants, as part of the City’s Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 (TSNS 2020). What is the City’s Neighbourhood Grants program? Funding for resident-led activities that support the 5… Continue reading Congratulations to Parkdale recipients of Neighbourhood Grants!

Registration for City of Toronto’s winter swim and skate programs and March break camps starts this coming weekend

The City of Toronto offers a wide range of safe, fun and high-quality recreation programs for people of all ages, skill levels and interests. Registration for winter swim and skate programs and March break camps starts at 7 a.m. on Saturday, December 2 for Etobicoke York and Scarborough districts and Tuesday, December 5 for North… Continue reading Registration for City of Toronto’s winter swim and skate programs and March break camps starts this coming weekend

Bloor by the Park BIA Community Open House Reminder

Just a friendly reminder about this coming community meeting: You are invited to join members of the Bloor by the Park Business Improvement Area (BIA), the City of Toronto Staff and Electrical Engineering Consultant, to review the pedestrian lighting plans in more detail and to learn additional information about the lighting improvements that will be taking place in… Continue reading Bloor by the Park BIA Community Open House Reminder

Bloor by the Park BIA Community Open House

You are invited to join members of the Bloor by the Park Business Improvement Area (BIA), the City of Toronto Staff and Electrical Engineering Consultant, to review the pedestrian lighting plans in more detail and to learn additional information about the lighting improvements that will be taking place in 2017. Increasing lighting is important to address pedestrian activity… Continue reading Bloor by the Park BIA Community Open House