Current Projects

Current EV Charging Stations

I am a champion of climate actions on the City Council and will be reporting regularly on successes. Here’s what’s going on in the riding at the moment:

LocationOn Or Off Street# Of ChargersType
705 Shaw StOn-Street2L2
41 Inglewood DrOn-Street2L2
365 Lippincott St (Car Park 51)Off-Street10L2
Total:14
LocationOn Or Off Street# Of ChargersType
Christie St (S of Dupont St)On-Street2 – 4L2
20 Charles St E (Car Park 1)On-Street30L2
74 Clinton St (Car Park 111)Off-Street4L2
19 Spadina Rd (Car Park 231)Off-Street6
Total:42 – 44

Trees

Through the concerted efforts of many, the historic trees of Osgoode Hall remain standing. On Monday, the 5th of December, Metrolinx had planned to take out their chainsaws and make the irreversible mistake of cutting down five of Osgoode Hall’s 200 year-old trees. This fight is not over yet as Metrolinx has not committed to taking the necessary action to preserve our urban canopy.


City Programs

The City of Toronto offers a variety of environmental grants, incentives, and rebates:

  • Capacity Buyback Program – Offers eligible commercial and institutional organizations a free water audit and one-time cash rebate.
  • Climate Action Fund – Supports community-led projects, activities and events that raise awareness and increase community engagement on climate action.
  • Deep Retrofit Challenge – A competition style program that supports deep energy retrofit projects that deliver significant greenhouse gas emissions reductions in approximately 10 to 16 buildings.
  • Eco-Roof Incentive Program – Grants for green and cool roofs. Install a green roof or cool roof and get a grant.
  • Energy Retrofit Loans – Your Toronto community-based organization or not-for-profit could be eligible for a low-interest loan to support up to 100 per cent of your energy retrofit project costs.
  • Green Standard Development Charge Refund Program – Offers a partial building development charge refund to new construction projects that have demonstrated higher levels of sustainable design. 
  • Home Energy Loan Program – Low-interest loans of up to $125,000 are available to help homeowners improve the energy efficiency of their homes through measures such as insulation, windows, heat pumps and more.
  • PollinateTO – Grants of up to $5000 are available to create pollinator gardens in Toronto neighboourhoods.
  • Urban Forestry Grants & Incentives – Grants for community-led tree planting and stewardship on private land along with incentives for residents.
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