Church and Wellesley Community Consultations

See message below from ONE Properties.


ONE Properties has acquired the site located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Church Street and Wellesley Street East for the purpose of creating a new mixed-use development.


We believe that the planning and development of the site comes with a special community responsibility. We believe that it is important to create a vision for a new development that physically fits within and addresses the community’s sense of self along Church Street and Wellesley Street. We seek your help. ONE Properties is holding a series of Pre-submission Community Consultation visioning meetings prior to submission of a formal rezoning application. Three Pre-submission Community Consultation meetings are planned to gather ideas from the local residents, businesses and community associations.
You are encouraged to attend the Community Consultations where you can provide your ideas and feedback.

Any and all are welcome to attend. Refreshments will
be served.


Existing Conditions Analysis and Ideas
Date: Thursday, January 12, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Place: Currie Hall - Accessible
105 Maitland Street, Toronto

Urban Design Principles, Ideas and Concepts
Date: Thursday, February 23, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Place: Currie Hall - Accessible
105 Maitland Street, Toronto

Concepts and Feedback
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Place: Currie Hall - Accessible
105 Maitland Street, Toronto


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Toronto Winter Holiday Drop-In Hours and Meal Times


Wishing you a joyful Holiday season this year! 

Toronto Drop-In Network is hosting drop-in holiday meals until January 2nd to help support the vulnerable people living on the streets this Winter. TDIN ensures to provide nutritious meals, warm clothing and access to services for those who attend the drop-ins. 

See the list below for holiday meals taking place before December 23rd and click here for a list of the holiday meals taking place after December 23rd:

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City of Toronto invites residents to have their say on Long-Term Financial Plan

The City of Toronto is hosting four public consultation meetings from December 5 to 8, in addition to an online survey that is available from December 5 to 23, to gather the public's input on how the City can manage expenses, raise revenue and optimize its assets as part of the development of its Long-Term Financial Plan.

Public meeting details:

  • Monday, December 5, Etobicoke Olympium, 590 Rathburn Rd.
  • Tuesday, December 6, Chinese Cultural Centre, 5183 Sheppard Ave. E.
  • Wednesday, December 7, Mitchell Field Community Centre, 89 Church Ave.
  • Thursday, December 8, Toronto Reference Library (Epic Hall), 789 Yonge St.
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Survey on Responsible Dog Ownership


Please see below for a message from The City of Toronto and the link to take part in an important survey on dog ownership.

"The City of Toronto is reviewing the bylaws related to animals to effectively balance, manage and address dog behaviour, owner responsibilities and public safety in the City of Toronto. The results of this survey will be summarized and considered as part of the City's report later this Fall. 

Link to survey: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=25247be19d30f410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD"

The survey is open until October 26, 2016.


Salon 27 - Truth & Reconciliation in Toronto - October 13. 2016

Toronto has one of the largest Indigenous urban populations in Canada.  What does Truth and Reconciliation mean in our particular urban context?  Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam will moderate a panel discussion with four leaders from Toronto's Indigenous communities to hear their insights about building an inclusive city.

The conversation will focus on moving forward and the need for change including Indigenous placemaking, visibility and representation.

Salon 27 is a unique event to bring together residents of Ward 27 and the broader City to hear new perspectives on emerging issues impacting life in our City.


Featured Panelists:

Susan Blight – Artist and Activist

Sam Kloetstra – Youth Coordinator, Toronto Indigenous Health Advisory Circle

Sarah Midanik – Executive Director, Native Women's Resource Centre

Andre Morriseau – Director, Awards and Stakeholder Relations, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Businesses (CCAB)


Date: October 13th, 2016

Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm.

Location: YWCA - 87 Elm St., Nancy's Auditorium

Accessible: Yes.  ASL interpretation available upon request