Phoenix Rising: A community fundraiser for the families affected by the Donlands house fires Thursday, August 19 - 7 pm at Rails and Ales (752 Danforth Avenue, east of Pape)
Mark your calendars! After hearing from the community on May 19th, 2010, three urban design firms have prepared their concepts for Leslie Street, from Commissioners Street to Lakeshore Blvd, around the perimeter of the planned TTC Facility .
Their panel displays will be available for public review and feedback at two outdoor events. Each firm will be on hand to explain their concepts and answer questions about their designs. Their submissions are also available on-line at www.toronto.ca/involved/projects/lrv
Toronto Challenge celebrates 19th year
We mean it when we say green it
World-class beaches in our own backyard
Toronto City Hall's Podium Green Roof is now officially open
Toronto gets clean and green through 20-Minute Makeover
Plug into electronics collection for recycling
2010 Green Toronto Awards
Green Innovation Awards: Toronto's own Dragon's Den
Student videos inspire a
Help Donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank You can donate a jar of peanut butter to the Daily Bread Food bank just by clicking on the link below to send a virtual hug.
Help the Daily Bread Food bank by clicking on the link below. Each hug equals one jar of peanut butter that Kraft will donate to Daily Bread. Peanut butter is a food bank staple and their goal is to reach 20,000 hugs/jars of peanut butter!
Today the City of Toronto released new information on toronto.ca/open
The City launched the Open Data website last year to allow everyone easier access to City of Toronto data. The data can be downloaded and used freely by community members in various ways, including for research and the development of new applications, such as the application created for Doors Open (released
Join Councillor Fletcher at the upcoming Community Consultation Meeting regarding the Lower Don Lands on Thursday, July 22 at the Ralph Thornton Centre. The Lower Don Lands are bound by the CN rail corridor to the north, the Ship Channel to the south, Parliament Street to the west and the Don Roadway to the east.
The presentation begins at 7 pm and will be followed by Open House for two City-initiated amendments: