ABCRA board meetings normally take place September to June, on the third Tuesday of the month.
Residents are welcome to join us at 7:30 p.m.
Please email email@example.com a week in advance, so we can confirm your attendance and place the issue you would like to discuss on the agenda.
Please join Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, Councillor Mike Layton, Trustee Chris Moise, city parks staff, and ABCRA board members on November 30th as we officially re-open the Jesse Ketchum Parkette.
When: Friday, November 30th, 2018
Time: 12:00 pm
Where: 1310 Bay St. (at Davenport)
Go HERE for map and more information.
We look forward to seeing you there!
ACTA Recorder Quartet at the Toronto Reference Library! Friday, August 3, 2018 12 pm
Works by Bach, Telemann, Fiala, Staeps and others.
Händel: Airs for the Theatre offers you a bevy of beautiful tunes from Rinaldo, Acis & Galatea, Riccardo Primo, Orlando, Admeto and many other Handelian hits, performed on period wind instruments in Colin Savage’s arrangements after 18th-century models, and a few published by Händel’s contemporary, John Walsh. More details HERE.
Kristyn Wong-Tam: “…I am thrilled to announce my re-election candidacy in the newly formed Ward 22. “ Please join me in launching my election campaign on Monday, June 18th, 2018
Please join Councillor Wong-Tam and esteemed panelists for a special panel discussion.
Attend the all-candidates forum, to hear from the candidates and ask about the issues that matter to you.
As part of the Revitalization project, a new public park will be created on the east side of 250 Davenport Road. Join us to review the proposed design and share your thoughts and feedback.
Discover how Toronto became the "centre of the universe" for astronomical research, education, and public outreach over the last 150+ years. Hear stories of the remarkable individuals, organizations, and institutions in our city that contributed to advancing the field worldwide. No math or science background needed!
The annual Toronto Marathon will be taking place on Sunday, May 6, 2018. The course route will be passing through your neighbourhood and will require the closure of some roads for a period of time. We work hard with City officials to provide ample notice, minimize disruptions, and to reopen roads as soon as possible.
The Toronto Marathon benefits many local charities including the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation and Sick Kids.
Please find attached the 2017 Event Notice with listed road closures. For additional information, visit torontomarathon.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marathon 7:30 AMMel Lastman Square
Half-Marathon 8:30 AMMel Lastman Square
10K Run 7:30 AMAylmer Road and Park Road
5K Run 8:00 AMOntario Place
5K walk 12:00 PMOntario Place
Relay 7:50 AMMel Lastman Square
Want to make your views known before these changes are considered by City Council?
Write, or attend the Toronto East York Committee Council Meeting on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 starting at 10 a.m.
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.
Join the City of Toronto on March 21, 2018 for an update on the City's Waste Strategy (Blue Bin & Green Bins)
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.
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 .
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
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.