The City of Toronto is ready to begin expansion of its mechanical sidewalk snow clearing service this winter, to help improve safety for more residents, provide more equitable snow clearing service to more areas of the city, and support improved accessibility when it snows.
On Sunday, December 12, 2,000 of Toronto’s youngest community health superheroes will have a chance to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at Scotiabank Arena as part of Toronto Kids Vaccine Day
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Site on old rail line in Don Valley would store up to 3 trains during off-peak hours.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced that 38 of the City’s outdoor ice rinks will open November 27, weather permitting, to kick off Welcome T.O. Winter. The remaining 13 outdoor rinks will open on December 4.
The City of Toronto and screen industry are driving record expansion in Toronto, including growth of studio space, enhanced workforce development and the creation of environmentally-friendly production amenities.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced that Hackman Capital Partners (HCP) and its affiliate The MBS Group (MBS) will develop and operate the Basin Media Hub; a $250 million, purpose-built, state-of-the-art film, television and digital media hub to be located on an 8.9-acre waterfront development parcel in Toronto’s Port Lands, located at 29, 35, 41 Basin St.
Today, Toronto City Council approved a plan that will make the popular and successful CaféTO program permanent while continuing to deliver needed business support to restaurants including waiving permit fees in 2022.
TORONTO, ON - On Wednesday, November 10, 2021, residents and Business Improvement Area advocates joined Member of Provincial Parliament Marit Stiles (Davenport), and Councillors Paula Fletcher (Ward 14, Toronto-Danforth) and Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 13, Toronto Centre) in their support of Bill 29, An Act to Amend the Cannabis Licence Act and Councillor Wong-Tam’s Member Motion in support, seconded by Councillor Fletcher.
November 9, 2021
Businesses and councillors in areas where cannabis shops have popped up like mushrooms over the last couple of years are expressing concern about a lack of proper planning and regulation around where they can go.