Request for Provincial Funds Available As A Result of Brampton City Council's Rejection of Hurontario-Main LRT
At the December 9 and 10 City Council meeting, Councillor Wong-Tam will move a motion to request provincial funds available as a result of Brampton City Council's rejection of Hurontario-Main LRT. If successfully passed, the motion would request the $200 to $400 million in provincial funds available to enhance the TTC's accessibility.Read more →
The City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation division is looking for the public’s input to help develop a new Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. The plan, Active Spaces-People Places, will guide facility planning for the division over the next 20 years.
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Toronto Fire Services reminds property owners that they have a responsibility to know about the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO). Having the knowledge and taking appropriate action can save lives. Carbon monoxide is the leading cause of fatal poisonings in North America, according to the Canada Safety Council.
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The City of Toronto encourages Torontonians to provide their input this summer to the Province of Ontario on how municipal legislation is working. Led by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Province is reviewing key pieces of municipal legislation to ensure that municipalities across Ontario have the tools, powers and flexibility they need to effectively serve their communities.Read more →
Construction on the multi-million dollar revitalization of College Park is set to commence late in 2015/early 2016. Beginning in 2012, the redesign process involved several community consultations and stakeholder meetings over the course of several months in 2012 and 2013. The design concept for the park can be seen here.Read more →