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What does possibility mean to you?

We’re asking you: what does possibility mean?

We like to talk a lot about possibility. Possibility for individuals. For families. For communities. For our entire city. 117 more words

Water Meter Program Update

The City of Toronto has been implementing a mandatory water meter upgrade since 2010. City staff have been replacing, retrofitting or installing new automated water meters in every residential and commercial property in Toronto. 287 more words

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Why is skating banned on Grenadier Pond?

There are yellow signs all around Grenadier Pond in High Park.  Some say “Danger.  Ice unsafe.  Keep off.”

Even though these signs warn of the risk – many still venture out onto the ice. 427 more words


Lax safety allowed at site before Toronto scaffolding collapse

TORONTO – A man who survived a deadly scaffolding collapse in Toronto in 2009 has told his project manager’s trial that construction workers were allowed to get on a swing stage that day without everyone being attached to a safety lifeline. 328 more words


Guvernment nightclub closure signals death of Toronto's ‘superclubs'

On a raging Friday night with “200 taxis around the corner, cars coming and going and people being dropped off,” Charles Khabouth loved rolling up to Lower Jarvis St and Queen’s Quay E. 1,219 more words


2015 Youth in Policing Initiative Summer Program

The Toronto Police Service and the Toronto Police Services Board in partnership with the Government of Ontario’s Ministry of Children and Youth Services is now accepting applications for the 2015 Youth in Policing Summer Program. 180 more words

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Hello all,

Thanks for showing up.

Breaking: There won’t be another episode for a couple more weeks. Thanks to the holidays, my proletariat poverty, and some batshit wedding I must attend in Edmonton, in the middle of winter, the podcast has stalled. 165 more words