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Toronto Outdoor Picture Show @ Christie Pits

The most memorable film experiences are communal. Sitting at home with a laptop doesn’t bring the same enjoyment of each thrill, scare and laugh as being seated with others in a darkened movie theatre or under the stars. That’s why one of University-Rosedale’s most popular summertime traditions is the Toronto Outdoor Picture Show. Lay down […]

Toronto City Council – July 2024

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON, Canada

Toronto City Council is the main governing and legislative body of the City of Toronto. Council is composed of the mayor and 25 councillors. Toronto City Council has direct responsibility for the city's services. Council also indirectly oversees other major services (such as police, transit, public health, libraries, public housing) through the appointment of council […]

Koreatown Street Festival

Euclid Ave Bloor St. W, Toronto, ON

The annual Koreatown Street Festival is happening August 10th: immerse yourself in the best of the neighbourhood’s food, music and culture. The festival is on August 10th from 4 pm to 10 pm: Euclid Ave., Bloor St. West to Oscar Ryan Lane. See more at Doug Miller Book Room.

Toronto and East York Community Council – Aug. 2024

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON, Canada

Based on a geographic area of the city, the Toronto and East York Community Council's responsibilities include making recommendations and decisions on local planning and development, as well as neighbourhood matters including traffic plans and parking regulations. Community Councils reports to City Council but they also have final decision-making power on certain items, such as […]

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority – Sept. 13

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON, Canada

Since 1957, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), as enabled through the provincial Conservation Authorities Act, has taken action to enhance our region’s natural environment and protect our land, water and communities from the impacts of flooding and increasingly extreme weather events — Ontario’s leading cause of public emergencies.

As the region’s first line of defence against natural hazards, TRCA maintains vital infrastructure and provides programs and services that promote public health and safety, protecting people and property.

Infrastructure and Environment Committee – Sept. 2024

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON, Canada

The Infrastructure and Environment Committee's primary focus is on infrastructure and the natural environment, with a mandate to monitor and make recommendations on infrastructure needs and services, parks and forestry and the sustainable use of the environment. Follow Councillor Saxe's frequent motions through our newsletter and social media feeds.

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