Every year pedestrians are killed or injured crossing the street in Toronto. The majority of these accidents are preventable as they often involve pedestrians crossing mid-block or ignoring traffic signals and motorists driving aggressively. 660 more words
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Raccoons now have more reason than ever to watch their furry backs: a Forum Research poll shows that a majority of Torontonians support euthanizing the nocturnal prowlers. 366 more words
TORONTO – A clever anti-littering campaign launched by the City of Toronto using brand-name packaging has been pulled due to trademark infringement concerns.
The poster campaign called “ 123 more words
Good news for urban litterbugs: you can return to dropping your garbage on the street without being stylishly berated by the City of Toronto.
After rolling out a slick ad campaign that used brand-name packages to spell out epithets like “Pig” and “Lowlife,” accompanied by the tagline “Littering says a lot about you,” the city has pulled the images because some companies complained that their trademarks were being violated. 392 more words
August 27, 2014
City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation activities on Labour Day
The City of Toronto encourages residents to take advantage of the City’s attractions and recreational sites open on Labour Day – Monday, September 1. 426 more words