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Ward 13 All Candidates Meetings for Oct. 22 municipal election

The community in Corktown got off to an early start with an Oct. 2 all-candidates’ meeting at the Cherry Street YMCA for the 19 individuals running to be the new councillor for Ward 13, which follows the boundaries of the … Continue reading

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Toronto City Council Highlights: July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 30

Council Highlights is an informal summary of some of the decisions Toronto City Council made at its recent business meetings. The City Clerk’s formal documentation is available at http://www.toronto.ca/council. Response to proposed reduction of Council’s size    Council voted to … Continue reading

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Toronto City Council Highlights: June 26, 27, 28, and 29

Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions that Toronto City Council made at its recent business meeting. The City Clerk’s formal documentation is available at http://www.toronto.ca/council. Increased funding to support road safety    Council agreed … Continue reading

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City Council Highlights, May 22, 23, and 24

Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions that Toronto City Council made at its recent business meeting. Follow here for the City Clerk’s formal documentation. Eglinton East transit project    Council approved the next steps … Continue reading

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Cabbagetown is in Toronto Centre riding for 2018 Provincial Election

Mark your calendars for June 7: election day in Ontario. Here in Cabbagetown our riding is Toronto Centre. Our main polling station is at what we know as “St. Martin’s School” – 55 Salisbury Avenue, Toronto, officially described as Monsignor … Continue reading

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Public Open House on new Community Council boundaries

Residents are invited to an open house on Tuesday, May 15 at 7 p.m., Committee Room 2, City Hall, 100 Queen Street West to learn about Community Councils and options for new boundaries. Toronto City Council must adopt new Community … Continue reading

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City Council Highlights, April 24, 25, 26 and 27

Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions that Toronto City Council made at its recent business meeting. Plan for SmartTrack stations Council approved a financial commitment as the City of Toronto’s share of funding for … Continue reading

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Give your feedback on draft waste diversion policy

Solid Waste Management Services is seeking feedback on a draft policy for accepting new materials into City of Toronto waste diversion streams (e.g. Blue Bin recycling and Green Bin organics).  There is an online survey currently being conducted, with a deadline … Continue reading

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Toronto City Council highlights, March 26 and 27

Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions that Toronto City Council made at its recent business meeting. The City Clerk’s formal documentation is available at http://www.toronto.ca/council. Funding for non-profit housing Council approved the provision of … Continue reading

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Another Cabbagetown heritage district under consideration

The city heritage study of what’s being called “Cabbagetown Southwest” in launching in April. The Cabbagetown Southwest Heritage Conservation District Study was prioritized by City Council in March 2015. The study, run under the auspices of the City Planning Division, … Continue reading

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