Public Consultation #2: The City has received an application by Diamondcorp to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law to allow two buildings of 8-storeys and 26-storeys. The two new buildings would contain a total of 182 rental dwelling unit
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Ready to laugh to support a great cause? Join Steve as he hosts a night of comedy in support of safer rail in our communities.
Safe Rail Communities is a non-partisan initiative that advocates for safe, transparent, and regulated rail. Join Steve with guests Arthur Simeon, Herb Irving, Kate Davis, Rhiannon Archer and Rob Pue for a night of laughs in support of an important cause.
$25.00 of each ticket goes directly to Safe Rail Communities. For more information, and to purchase tickets, please visit this link .
Join the City of Toronto on March 21, 2018 for an update on the City's Waste Strategy and to learn more about what is being considered when determining whether or not to accept new materials into our waste diversion streams (Blue Bin recycling & Green Bin organics). Participants will be able to provide feedback that will help inform future policies.
Join the City of Toronto on March 21, 2018 for an update on the City's Waste Strategy (Blue Bin & Green Bins)
We have just learned that the City has re-scheduled the Meeting to discuss the proposed changes to the Noise By-law. It will take place on April 10th, at the Licensing and Standards Committee meeting, Committee Room 1 at City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto starting at 9:30 AM.
The ABCRA Monthly Board Meetings normally take place the third TUESDAY of the month September to June. The monthly meetings alternate between morning and evening.
Residents are welcome to the evening board meetings (7:30 PM).
Please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org) a week in advance, the issue you would like to discuss so we can organize the agenda.
Mark you calendars for April 21st to help out with Ramsden Park. Spring Cleanup.
Rosehill Resevoir Rehabilitation at David A. Balfour Park: You are invited to attend a drop-in event to learn more about the upcoming construction and speak one-on-one with project staff.
The City of Toronto is currently reviewing its development charges bylaw and is pleased to invite
you to participate and provide input into the review.
The Toronto Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is offering four courses to choose from during the winter months, beginning in January.
Diamondcorp has applied for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications for 5 Scrivener Square and 8-10 Price Street. The amendments are to allow an 8-storey building and a 26-storey building with a total of 182 rental dwelling units...
You’re invited to the Fourth Annual GIFTS FROM THE MUSES Art, Gift and Craft Show and Sale
Saturday, November 25, 11 am - 4 pm At The Heliconian Club, 35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto
A celebration to launch the DVD, at which we’ll show some of the films accompanied by our soundtracks. Various members of the band will provide some additional musical surprises throughout the evening. Kirk’s Swedish pipes, Alison’s kantele...and who knows what else?
Oh yes, and some delicious spiced cider will be on offer.
We hope you’ll join us!
Phase 2: Consultation with the public on the Phase 1 report. Ask questions of City staff and provide your thoughts regarding rail safety and new development in the City.
“Threshold of Magic: The Death and Life of Tom Thomson” brings to life in brilliant colour and verse the artistic genius of this Canadian icon.
The RCM looks forward to opening their doors again, for a full day of free classes, lessons, concerts, lectures, and demonstrations! There will be special Music Appreciation programming from 3 to 6 pm and free lectures!
The ABC Residents Association and area residents have objections to the proposed development of Pears and Avenue.
Meet your ABC neighbours and help clean up our park. April 22, 2017 10 AM to noon. Meet at the picnic table on Pears Avenue. Coffee and Cookies! 'See you there!
Visitors with rocks, minerals, gems, fossils, or suspected meteorites can have them identified at special ID clinics, held six times a year.
The Souk, or bazaar in the Middle East and North Africa, is an open-air market and social gathering, a special occasion when people from all over could dance, drink, party and meet. Souk sessions gives rustic traditions a modern twist, and mixes up arab and oriental influences with contemporary electronic music.
A DJ, producer, visual artist, and event promoter gaining attention in the alternative underground scene with her music and own party concept called Souk Sessions. She combines elements from the different cultures she grew up with in high-energy DJ sets and productions. Expect head banging, hip-shaking techno with Middle Eastern influences and haunting vocals.
Cheba Khadijah aka Jillian Fulton is an anthropologist and Arabic folk musician. She has recently been inspired to fuse her favourite Middle Eastern and North African sounds with electronic music.
MPP Glen Murray: "It is my pleasure to invite you to participate in a community discussion on the Ontario Municipal Board on Wednesday, March, 15th."
For one night only at Heliconian Hall, actor, Jennifer Carroll, will perform a one-woman show called “Maud of Leaskdale”.