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Photos: Toronto Islands community offers unique lessons for the city at large

Quiet, small and set apart from the city, the Toronto Island community is left mostly to itself.

Yet when residents raise concerns — a broken-down ferry in the middle of winter, a too-loud waterfront nightclub — they revive old criticisms and the hated “squatter” label. 658 more words


Home Energy Loan Program

In July 2013, Toronto City Council unanimously approved a $20 million pilot water and energy efficiency program for improvements to private residential properties.  The launch of this three-year pilot program was officially announced on March 25, 2014. 142 more words

Interesting Developments

Importance of 24-hour drop-in service for women in Toronto

Deputation submitted by Wendy Komiotis, Executive Director, METRAC, to the City of Toronto’s Community Development and Recreation Committee (meeting agenda)

METRAC is a Toronto community-based organization founded in 1984 to prevent violence towards women and youth. 404 more words


BMO Field expansion funding approved by city council

By: Paul Moloney

Toronto will invest $10 million in expanding city-owned BMO Field after council voted 39-3 Thursday in favour of the deal.

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, the city’s tenant in the facility where Toronto FC plays, will put at least $90 million toward the $120-million expansion. 559 more words


Cellphone payment coming to Green P parking lots

The city-owned Toronto Parking Authority is introducing cellphone payment at its 130 Green P lots.

The plan is to test the system over the summer and extend it to all parking lots in the fall, said parking authority vice-president Ian Maher. 392 more words


Be the Heart of the Games – Volunteer Today!

The TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for volunteers.

The Games Organizing Committee is recruiting more than 20,000 volunteers to work at over 50 venues and facilities during Games-time – 15,000 of those volunteers are needed to support the Games in Toronto. 65 more words

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Kitchen demolition

It’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. I almost cried when I got the email. This  baby is now happily posted on our  window. After many months of waiting, we are finally ready to start the demolition. 213 more words

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