Motions

Councillor Saxe’s work for University-Rosedale comprises the monthly City Council sessions as well as a number of crucial committee appointments, including Infrastructure and Environment, Toronto Hydro, the TTC, and the Toronto & East York Community Council. These efforts touch on all the aspects of planning and development that make up city life. Listed here are the councillor’s motions, amendments, and seconds to motions, as well as reports specific to Ward 11 to which she has contributed. This list is dynamic so be sure to check back for updates.

Please use the search bars for each of sections below to find a particular motion.

Top Ten

Linked Agenda ItemAction SummaryDate Council Approved
MM7.33 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds from the Development at 1 Bloor Street West to St. Clare’s MultiFaith Housing for the construction of a new theatre and rehearsal space at 877 Yonge Street$1.27 million in Section 37 funding awarded to Tapestry Opera and Nightwood Theatre to support community arts.23-06-14
MM11.16 - Rental Demolition Permits and Market Rentals - by Councillor Dianne Saxe, seconded by Mayor Olivia ChowA study on whether the city can protect tenants by compelling developers to deliver additional market rental apartments as a condition of demolition permits.23-10-11
TTC item 11: A Step Towards Free Transit for Middle and High School Students – by Commissioner Dianne Saxe, seconded by Commissioner Paul Ainslie (For Action)A report on free transit for middle and high school students assessment passes City Council.23-09-26
IE1.4 – Cycling Network Plan: 2021 ActiveTO Cycling Network Expansion Project UpdatesYonge Street midtown bike lanes are made permanent, with an added request for a neighbourhood traffic study to improve conditions on residential streets. 23-02-27
MM6.23 - Indigenous Procurement Policy - by Councillor Dianne Saxe, seconded by Councillor James PasternakStaff to develop Indigenous procurement policy23-05-10
IE2.6 - Modernizing Bike Share Toronto Rate StructureCreate 100 BikeShare memberships for people on ODSP which include unlimited e-bike use at no extra charge. Allow BikeShare memberships to be paid for over 3 months (Recs 2, 4)23-03-29
EC5.1 - Alcohol in Parks Pilot ProgramA vote in favour of a pilot project allowing alcohol consumption in city parks.23-07-19
MM6.19 - Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds for Adult Exercise Equipment in Jean Sibelius Square Park - by Councillor Dianne Saxe, seconded by Councillor Ausma MalikAdult exercise equipment in Jean Sibelius Park 23-01-30
IE10.4 - Endangered Species Habitat Replacement on Public LandsA report on the use of City property to create replacement habitat for the purposes of the Endangered Species Act.24-02-24

Environment

Linked Agenda ItemAction SummaryDate Council Approved
IE12.3 - Toronto's Climate Change Readiness: Updates on commitments and a refreshed mandate for coordinating resilience activities24-03-27
IE12.1 - Post-Transition of the Blue Box Program to Extended Producer Responsibility and Results of District 2 Service Delivery Options Review24-03-27
IE11.6 - Micromobility Strategy Development - Accessibility Feedback24-02-27
IE11.1 - Congestion Management Plan 2023-2026 - Update24-02-27
IE10.1 - Administrative Penalty System for Red Light Camera and Automated Speed Enforcement Violations24-01-09
IE10.4 - Endangered Species Habitat Replacement on Public Lands24-01-09
IE1.8 – Update on the Transition of Toronto’s Blue Bin Recycling Program to Extended Producer ResponsibilityCity to write to AMO/ province requesting various improvements to recycling regulations. City to consider recycling mattresses23-01-30
IE1.11 – Net Zero Actions UpdateReport on progress implementing 40 approved NetZero actions, including on ban of 2 stroke engines23-01-30
IE2.9 – Ravine Slope StabilizationEvaluate options to have owners backing on eroding ravines contribute to slope stabilization work when deemed necessary by TRCA. Schedule for development of Yellow Creek Master Plan23-03-20
EX3.3 – Amended and Restated Master Agreement with the Canadian National Exhibition Association, Exhibition Place and City of TorontoAdded achieving TransformTO as part of the mandate of the CNE23-03-29
EX3.4 – City of Toronto Relationship Framework for the Toronto Parking AuthorityAdded achieving TransformTO as part of the mandate of the Toronto Parking Authority23-03-29
MM5.1 – Climate and fiduciary duties of OMERSInvite OMERS to present to IEC how it is meeting its fiduciary responsibilities on climate action23-03-29
TE4.29 – 6 Follis Avenue – Application to Remove a Private TreeDenial of tree removal23-04-12
IE3.3 – TransformTO 2022 Annual Report: Laying the Foundation for Net ZeroStaff to collaborate across our region and advocate to other levels of government, including on Clean Electricity Regulations. Also to evaluate options to make Version 5 of Toronto Green Standards “no gas”.23-05-10
IE3.4 – Carbon Accountability: Institutionalizing Governance, a Carbon Budget and an Offset Credits PolicyStrengthen Carbon Accountability system with restrictions on purchasing voluntary (often poor quality) offsets23-05-10
IE 3.5 The Sustainable City of Toronto Fleets Plan (2023 Update and Status Report)Move some city staff work from motor vehicles to bicycles23-05-10
IE4.1 – Long-Term Residual Waste Management Options for the City of TorontoInstead of authorizing waste incineration, insist on stronger focus on waste reduction, detailed public consultation before proposing incineration23-06-14
EX6.1 – Review of City of Toronto Guiding Principles for Executive Compensation Policies at City Agencies and CorporationsDirect boards of city agencies and corporations to include TransformTO in metrics for CEO compensation23-07-19
MM8.38 – Expanding the Basement Flooding Protection Subsidy Program Eligibility Criteria to include Registered Owners of Existing Residential FourplexesEvaluate extending the subsidy to fourplexes, now that they are allowed across the city23-07-19
IE5.1 – Two-Stroke Engine Small Equipment: Steps to Pursue a BanApproval in principle to ban Two-Stroke Engines, and to work with community groups to ease the transition23-07-19
MM11.39 – Protecting the Process for Tree Removal at Ontario PlaceSteps to protect City-owned trees at Ontario Place23-10-11
IE6.6 – Consumption-based Emissions Inventory and Cool Food Pledge CommitmentsIncrease progress reporting on Toronto’s consumption-based emissions, evaluate option to cut beef purchases (Plant-based purchasing savings for City and climate)23-10-11
IE6.10 – Prioritization of Green Building Standards in Ontario Building CodeRequest province to move authority for Toronto Green Standards from site plan control to the Ontario Building Code so that the current version applies when the building code is sought, i.e. require buildings to use the most current standard23-10-11
MM11.25 – Supporting Sustainable Energy Storage in the Port LandsSupport battery storage at the Portlands to decrease need to make electricity by burning gas23-10-11
MM12.4 – Youth Climate CorpsRequest federal government to create Youth Climate Corps23-11-08
IE9.10 – Reducing Bird Deaths by Turning off Lights during MigrationResume practice (abandoned in 2014) of turning off lights in city buildings during bird migration.23-11-29
IE9.3 – Update and Action Plan on the Single-Use and Takeaway Items Reduction Strategy, including the Circular Food Innovators FundReport back on city options to regulate/ ban more plastic single use items, now that the federal plastic regulations have been ruled invalid, and to focus more on reducing plastic litter23-11-29
IE9.5 – Proposed Building Emissions Performance Reporting By-LawMore frequent progress reporting, clarification of timing of reports by property owners. Strong support for principle and action23-11-29
IE9.6 – Community Support Options for Zero-Emissions Landscape EquipmentSome info about community collaboration options, see IE 5.123-11-29
IE9.7 – Update: City Renewable Energy ProgramsEvaluate zoning and permitting changes to make installation easier of solar, heat pumps, storage23-11-29
PH8.6 – Growing Space for Trees: Protecting and Enhancing the Tree Canopy While Supporting Infill HousingReview and report back, change CofA23-11-30
Peace Tree ParkPark purchaseTBD

Transportation

Linked Agenda ItemAction SummaryDate Council Approved
IE11.6 - Micromobility Strategy Development - Accessibility Feedback24-02-27
IE11.1 - Congestion Management Plan 2023-2026 - Update24-02-27
IE10.1 - Administrative Penalty System for Red Light Camera and Automated Speed Enforcement Violations24-01-09
IE1.12 – Options for Permitting Private Installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure on Public Streets23-01-30
IE1.4 – Cycling Network Plan: 2021 ActiveTO Cycling Network Expansion Project UpdatesMake permanent the Yonge Street Midtown bike lanes, despite opposition by Mayor Tory. added request for neighbourhood traffic study to improve conditions on residential streets.23-02-07
IE2.6 – Modernizing Bike Share Toronto Rate StructureCreate 100 BikeShare memberships for people on ODSP which include unlimited e-bike use at no extra charge. Allow BikeShare memberships to be paid for over 3 months (Recs 2, 4)23-03-20
IE2.8 – Request for First Year Review of Winter Maintenance Contracts and Addressing Obstructed Sidewalks with Snow and IceReview and report back23-03-20
IE2.7 – College Street Bikeways ExtensionStudy College West bike lane extension23-03-29
MM5.7 Micromobility Couriers (sidewalk safety)Report on how to deter dangerous riding of motorized vehicles by couriers on the sidewalk23-03-29
TE4.66 – Pedestrian Safety on Avenue Road, Bloor Street to St. Clair Avenue WestReduce speed limit, press ahead with long-awaited Avenue Road safety study and include detailed proposals for short term improvements23-05-10
IE3.9 – Pre-2008 Diesel Engine VehiclesIdentify, minimize use, decommission, replace23-05-10
IE3.8 – Cycling Network Plan: 2023 Cycling Infrastructure Installation – Second Quarter Updates and Missing Sidewalk Program – 2023 Local Road Sidewalk InstallationsRequest proposal to increase fines for vehicles that block bike lanes, establishing a citizen enforcement system similar to NYC23-05-10
TE5.33 – Realignment of Permit Parking Area 5E to Exclude the Development Located at 208 Bloor Street WestExclude parking permit availability for new residents in the development23-06-14
TE6.54 – Kensington Market Safe Streets Implementation: Prioritizing Pedestrians in Kensington MarketPedestrian priority in Kensington Market after watermain repair and road reconstruction23-06-22
TE6.100 – Borden Street Reconstruction ProjectReduce parking to make room for street trees23-06-22
IE5.5 – Planning for an E-Scooter PilotEvaluate a publicly owned e-scooter rental pilot with sidewalk prevention technology23-07-19
IE5.6 – Streetscape Design GapsDirect Transportation and Planning to work together to propose how to design streets in transition, such as Dupont23-07-19
TE7.70 – Ramsden Park Road Speed LimitChange speed limit to 15 km/hr as requested by ABCRA23-09-19
TE7.52 – Parking Amendments – Melville Avenue, between Shaw Street and Christie StreetDiscontinue alternate-side parking23-09-19
TE7.53 – Parking Amendments – Roxborough Street WestReducing the length of the existing bollard median for pick-up/drop-off space23-09-19
TTC item 11: A Step Towards Free Transit for Middle and High School Students – by Commissioner Dianne Saxe, seconded by Commissioner Paul Ainslie (For Action)Review and report on options for free offpeak school trips for middle and secondary student groups23-09-26
IE6.2 – On-Street Paid Parking Pilot – Mobile Only ZonesPropose increased fines for illegal on-street parking23-10-11
GG6.25 – Increase in Parking Violation Notice Penalty Amount on Municipal / Private PropertyIncrease excessively low parking fines that reward lawbreaking23-10-11
TE7.56 – Realignment of Permit Parking Area 5D to Exclude the Development Located at 374-390 Dupont StreetExclude parking permit availability for new residents in the development23-10-11
TE7.57 – Realignment of Permit Parking Area 5D to Exclude the Development Located at 145 St. George StreetExclude parking permit availability for new residents in the development23-10-11
TE7.58 – Realignment of Permit Parking Area 5E to Exclude the Development Located at 148-158 Avenue Road and 220-234 Davenport RoadExclude parking permit availability for new residents in the development23-10-11
IE7.7 – On-street Parking for Cargo BikesEvaluate options for on-street parking of E-cargo bikes for garage orphans23-10-25
IE7.2 – Congestion Management Plan 2023-2026Expand construction hub in Ward 11. Evaluate increased road encroachment fees for developers that interfere with TTC buses,23-11-08
IE7.3 – Free-Floating Car-Share Program – Increase Access to the Number of PermitsEvaluate opportunities to make free floating car share vehicles available city-wide23-11-08
IE7.4 – Updates on Vision Zero Road Safety Initiatives – New Traffic Calming Policy, Community Safety Zone Criteria, Zebra Marking Policy, Approach to Area-Based Speed Limit Reductions and Related Council RequestsApprove pilot project to use mobile automated licence plate readers to protect vulnerable road users, esp to ticket vehicles that block bike lanes. To be paid for out of the extra ticket revenue. Results in overall parking review.23-11-08
TE8.53 – Permit Parking Exclusions – Various Properties in Ward 11Exclude parking permit availability for new residents in the development23-11-09
TE9.59 – Realignment of Permit Parking Area 5H to Exclude the Development Located at 1080-1088 Yonge StreetExclude parking permit availability for new residents in the development23-11-15
TE9.62 – Vehicle Width Restriction – Lane north of Dundas Street West, west of Montrose AvenueProhibit vehicle access23-11-15
TE9.68 – Speed Hump Installation and Speed Limit Reduction – Hallam Street between Ossington Avenue and Shaw StreetSpeed hump installation23-11-15
IE9.2 – Single-Space Meters – Various LocationsAvoid creating free parking, provide alternate payment options when obsolete single space meters are decommissioned23-11-29

Planning

Linked Agenda ItemAction SummaryDate Council Approved
CC16.27 - 374, 376 and 378 Yonge Street - Refusal of Application for Alterations to Designated Heritage Properties Under Part IV, Section 33 of the Ontario Heritage Act24-03-20
CC16.10 - 15-19 Bloor Street West - Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Ontario Land Tribunal Hearing - Request for Directions24-03-20
TE12.72 - Residential Demolition Application - 449 and 451 Montrose Avenue24-04-03
TE12.60 - 2 Sussex Avenue - Construction Staging Area24-04-03
TE12.6 - 931 Yonge Street - Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Decision Report - Approval24-04-03
TE12.59 - Construction Staging Areas - 15 Devonshire Place (Time Extension and Revision) and 100 Devonshire Place24-04-03
TE12.58 - Speed Hump Installation - Sussex Avenue between Spadina Avenue and Robert Street24-04-03
TE12.51 - All-Way Stop Control - Huron Street and Glen Morris Street24-04-03
TE12.5 - 171-175 Lowther Avenue - Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Decision Report - Approval24-04-17
TE12.41 - 80 St. George Street - Construction Staging Area24-04-03
TE12.40 - Huron Street (300 Bloor Street West and 478 Huron Street) - Construction Staging Area24-04-03
TE12.4 - 350 Bloor Street East - Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Decision Report - Approval24-04-03
TE12.34 - Encroachment Appeal - 40 London Street24-04-03
TE12.33 - Encroachment Appeal - 135 Glen Road24-04-03
TE12.22 - 38 Walmer Road - Alterations to and Demolition of Heritage Attributes and Demolition of Buildings on a Designated Property - Refusal24-04-03
TE12.21 - 137 Roxborough Drive - Alterations to a Designated Heritage Property in the North Rosedale Heritage Conservation District - Refusal24-04-03
TE12.20 - 171 Lowther Avenue - Alterations to a Heritage Property and Authority to Enter into a Heritage Easement Agreement24-04-18
TE12.18 - 350 Bloor Street East - Demolition of a Designated Heritage Property with Conditions24-04-03
TE12.13 - 595 Bay Street and 306 Yonge Street - Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Appeal Report24-04-03
TE11.36 - Construction Staging Area Time Extension - 1 Bloor Street West (Balmuto Street)24-03-20
TE11.31 - Shaftesbury Avenue access to Yonge Street24-02-21
TE11.30 - Royal Ontario Museum - Revolving Doors and a Protective Canopy24-02-21
TE11.28 - Appointment to fill a Vacancy on the Cecil Community Centre Board of Management24-02-21
TE11.25 - Realignment of Permit Parking Area 5E to Exclude the Development Located 64 Prince Arthur Avenue24-02-21
TE11.24 - Pay-and-Display Parking - Various Streets (Non-Delegated)24-03-20
TE11.23 - Pay-and-Display Parking - Various Streets (Delegated)24-02-21
TE11.20 - Construction Staging Area Time Extension - Markham Street (Mirvish Village) (Phase 2 and 3)24-02-21
TE11.18 - Encroachment Appeal - 40 London Street24-02-21
TE11.17 - Encroachment Appeal - 135 Glen Road24-02-21
TE10.57 - Palmerston Avenue Parking Discrepancy24-01-24
TE10.45 - Vehicle Width Restriction - First lane west of Palmerston Avenue, between Barton Avenue and Palmerston Square24-01-24
TE10.44 - Scarth Road No Stopping Zone24-01-24
TE10.43 - Orde Street Public School Traffic Calming24-01-24
TE10.42 - 316 Bloor Street West - Request for City Solicitor to Attend at the Toronto Local Appeal Body24-02-06
TE10.4 - 914 Bathurst Street - Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Decision Report - Approval24-01-24
TE10.33 - Accessible Parking Spaces - January 2024 (Delegated)24-01-24
TE10.26 - 315-325 Spadina Avenue - Construction Staging Area24-01-24
TE10.23 - Encroachment Appeal - 40 London Street24-01-24
TE10.13 - 15-17 Elm Street - Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Appeal Report24-01-24
TE10.11 - 40 Walmer Road - Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Decision Report - Refusal24-01-24
TE2.7 – 100 Davenport Road – Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Appeal Report23-02-07
TE4.47 – 60 Yorkville Avenue – Encroachment Appeal – Canopy and Terrace Addition23-04-12
TE4.10 – 208 Bloor Street West – Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-05-10
TE4.15 – 21-31 Sherbourne Street North – Part Lot Control Exemption Application23-05-10
TE4.24 – 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 Charles Street West; 11, 13 Irwin Avenue; 10 Isabella Street, 145 St. Luke Lane and 750 and 756 Yonge Street – Inclusion of 11 Properties on the Heritage Register23-05-10
TE5.5 – 124 Bedford Road – Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-06-14
TE5.10 – 15-19 Bloor Street West – Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Decision Report – Refusal23-06-14
TE5.45 – 374-390 Dupont Street – Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-06-14
TE5.44 – 100 College Street – Revising Heritage Designation Status23-06-14
TE6.9 – 145 St. George Street – Zoning By-law Amendment and Rental Housing Demolition Applications23-07-19
TE6.8 – 148-158 Avenue Road and 220-234 Davenport Road – Zoning By-law Amendment23-07-19
TE6.10 – 1080-1088 Yonge Street – Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-07-19
TE6.11 – 1087-1091 Yonge Street and 9 Price Street – Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-07-19
TE6.32 – 1191 Bathurst Street, 6-12 Cawthra Square, 21-37 Kensington Avenue, and 171 Lowther Avenue – Inclusion on the Heritage Register23-07-19
TE6.29 – 224 Davenport Road – Alterations to a Heritage Property and Authority to Enter into a Heritage Easement Agreement23-07-19
2023.CC8.23 – 906 Yonge Street and 25 McMurrich Street – Zoning By-law Amendment23-09-06
TE7.12 – 38 Walmer Road and 188 Lowther Avenue – Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control Applications – Appeal23-10-11
MM11.26 – Amending Item CC45.21 – 717 Church Street and 85, 89, 93 and 97 Collier Street – Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Request for Further Directions Regarding Ontario Land Tribunal Hearing23-10-11
TE8.22 – Encroachment Appeal – Basement Walkout Appeal – 459 Ossington Avenue23-10-18
TE8.1 – 64 Prince Arthur Avenue – Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-11-08
CC12.12 – 350 Bloor Street East – Alterations to a Designated Heritage Property23-11-08
TE9.23 – 219-221 Roxton Road – Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment Application23-11-15

Section 37

Linked Agenda ItemAction SummaryDate Council Approved
TE12.19 - 191-199 College Street and 74-76 Henry Street - Alterations to Designated Heritage Properties under Part IV, Section 33 of the Ontario Heritage Act and Authority to Enter into a Heritage Easement24-04-03
TE12.15 - City-Initiated Zoning By-law Amendments - Re-allocating Section 37 funds within Ward 1124-04-03
MM6.15 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds to Street Haven for a Healing GardenHealing garden for women undergoing addiction treatment23-05-10
MM6.27 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds to St. Clare’s Multifaith Housing Society for improvements to the landscaping at 138 Pears AvenueLandscaping23-05-10
MM6.19 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds for Adult Exercise Equipment in Jean Sibelius Square ParkAdult exercise equipment in Sibelius Park23-05-10
MM7.39 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds from the Development at 316 Bloor Street WestBloor Cycle Tracks, Spadina to Avenue Road23-06-14
MM7.33 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds from the Development at 1 Bloor Street West to St. Clare’s MultiFaith Housing for the construction of a new theatre and rehearsal space at 877 Yonge StreetTheatre for Nightwood Theatre and Tapestry Opera23-06-14
MM11.18 – Authorization to Release Section 37 and Section 42 Above 5 percent Cash-in-lieu Funds for Lighting Improvements to the Village of Yorkville ParkLighting / safety improvements in Yorkville Park23-10-11
MM11.8 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds to Toronto Parking Authority for installation of an E-Station at Toronto Parking Authority Carpark 195 at 15 Price StreetInstallation of e-bike station, supporting rapid expansion of e-bike use in our area23-10-11
MM11.17 – Authorization to Release Section 37 Funds to City Planning for a University Avenue Heritage Study, from the Development at 180-188 University Avenue (Ward 10)Heritage study leading to Univeristy Park23-10-11
EX9.4 – Development Charges Credit – 334 – 350 Bloor Street WestAllow developer to use transit development charges to build expanded Spadina subway entrance and Line 2 concourse23-11-02
TE9.69 – Re-allocating dormant Section 37 funds within Ward 11For dormant s. 37 funds more than 10 years old and with no current use plan, will add climate-smart affordable housing as an additional permitted use. Will allow reallocation of funds earmarked for TTC among TTC stations in Ward 11.23-11-15

General

Linked Agenda ItemAction SummaryDate Council Approved
CC17.1 - Immediate Actions to Address the 2023 Taxation Year of the Vacant Home Tax24-04-17
TA5.4 - Procurement Policy24-02-12
PH11.9 - Short-Term Rental By-law Implementation Update24-04-17
PH11.2 - Our Plan Toronto: Official Plan Chapter One - Decision Report - Approval24-04-17
PH11.10 - Response to Including New Approval Conditions for Rental Demolition Applications24-04-17
MPB15.1 - 2024 Operating and Capital Budgets24-02-14
MM14.9 - Going with the Snow - Returning Tobogganing to 45 Hills Across Toronto - by Councillor Brad Bradford, seconded by Mayor Olivia Chow24-02-07
IA16.2 - Renaming of Dundas Toronto Transit Commission Stations24-03-20
EX12.2 - Update on Hosting FIFA World Cup 202624-03-20
EC9.5 - Implementation Review of the Noise By-law24-02-06
EC10.3 - Follow Up on 2024.EC9.5: Implementation Review of the Noise By-law - Stationary Decibel Levels for Motor Vehicles and Motorcycles24-03-20
CC2.1 – 2023 Housing Action PlanDevelop 2022-2026 Housing Action Plan22-12-14
GG3.16 – Facilities Management ServicesRestore hours cut from our lowest paid part time cleaners, give them access to full time jobs23-05-10
MM6.23 – Indigenous Procurement PolicyStaff to develop indigenous procurement policy23-05-10
TE4.67 – Summer Closure of a portion of Bellair Street for CaféTORoad closure23-05-10
IE4.5 – Pickleball Play in TorontoDeveloping a plan to better manage the explosive growth of pickleball, in consultation with a stakeholder advisory group23-06-05
MM7.17 – Graphic Image DeliveryStaff to propose how to protect residents from unwanted graphic anti-abortion propaganda, at least require it to be in a sealed envelope with warning23-06-14
MM7.8 – Request to Implement an Adequate Temperature By-lawEvaluate and report options both summer and winter, including option for those tenants without air conditioning to obtain cool-cooking applicances such as induction, plus access to cooling centre in the building23-06-14
TE6.71 – Appointment of Public Members to the William H. (Bill) Bolton Arena BoardBoard nomination23-06-22
EC5.1 – Alcohol in Parks Pilot ProgramPermit alcohol in parks pilot in Queen’s Park and Christie Pits23-07-19
TE7.67 – Appointments to the Board of Management of the Cecil Community CentreBoard nomination23-09-19
MM11.16 – Rental Demolition Permits and Market RentalsClarify whether city can protect tenants by compelling developers to deliver additional market rental apartments as a condition of rental demoliton permits23-10-11
TE7.77 – Granting Temporary Exemption to Mokaben Inc. and By The Way Café from components of Chapter 742 and Chapter 693 of the City of Toronto Municipal CodeExemption23-10-11
EX9.3 – Generational Transformation of Toronto’s Housing System to Urgently Build More Affordable HomesRequest no fossil gas in new affordable housing projects23-11-08
MM12.28 – Hate Speech and Other Hate Activities – by Councillor James Pasternak, seconded by Councillor Dianne SaxeRequest Police Services Board to direct police to do more about hate speech, not just about immediate physical violence23-11-08
TE9.78 – Appointment to Fill a Vacancy on the Community Centre Board of ManagementBoard nomination23-11-15
TA4.8 – Direct Investment Request 2023 EApproval of investment in an innovative financing structure designed to enable Vehicle-for-Hire drivers to purchase electric vehicles23-11-21
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