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Will You Be Gentrifyed Next?

My friend told me the other day that her family has to find new housing by the end of the year because her neighbourhood is being re-constructed. 597 more words


Death of boy, 5, while riding bike in Toronto’s west end sparks calls for safety barriers

A small memorial of flowers, candles and a Superman toy with the message “Ride in Peace” is tethered to a poll outside the Royal Canadian Legion on Lake Shore Boulevard West near Jameson Avenue. 709 more words


Streetcar Service on Queen St.

Starting on May 7th, 2017 and running until September 2017, the TTC has replaced streetcar service along the entire 501 Queen line with buses.

Here are a couple pictures of streetcar service on May 5th, 2017 prior to the change over to bus service: 19 more words


Environment Day 2017

Ward 31 Community Environment Day is coming up this coming Tuesday, May 16th from 4 pm – 8 pm, in the East York Memorial Arena parking lot.   71 more words


4 City of Toronto managers no longer employed amid police bid rigging investigation

As the OPP continues its investigation into the allegations of bid rigging between the City of Toronto and paving contractors, at least four senior transportation managers “have left the employ” of the city. 429 more words


College Street Bar sold after sexual assault allegations

Months after the owner and an employee of the College Street Bar were charged with sexual assault and forcible confinement, the City of Toronto says the establishment was sold late last month. 190 more words


Mayor Tory assesses damage to the Beaches after heavy rainfall

Mayor John Tory toured part of Woodbine Beach to survey the damage caused after two days of heavy rain in the city.

“It’s Mother Nature at work,” Tory told reporters as he walked along the beach. 342 more words