Snow Clearing Updates – Feb 29, 2016 – 7:30 pm

Forecast as of 7:30 pm:
The winds and snow will ease now but any lingering moisture will likely freeze this evening. Partial clearing and turning colder Monday night. It should be dry Tuesday morning, perhaps some flurries late morning. A winter storm moves into the region Tuesday afternoon and continues Tuesday night tapering to flurries Wednesday morning and then it should be out of the region by dawn. 2-4 cm is likely from noon to sunset, but the builk of the snowfall occurs in the evening with rates of 2 cm/hour, so roughly 10-12 cm from 6 pm to midnight and then another 2-4 cm overnight. 15-22 cm in total is generally expected.

Summary of Winter Maintenance Activities
As of 7:30 pm on Monday February 29, 2016

Arterial Roads
DLA Anti-icing scheduled to commence on hills and bridges at 8:00 pm applying brine at a rate of 100L/per lane KM (Est completion 11:45pm)

Collector Roads
DLA Anti-icing scheduled to commence on hills and bridges at 8:00 pm applying brine at a rate of 100L/per lane KM (Est completion 11:45pm)

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Proposed Development at 898-900 St. Clair Ave.W. Meeting

Alberta and Main Urban
Properties Inc.

Invite you to an
IMPORTANT COMMUNITY MEETING

RE: PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT AT 898-900 ST. CLAIR AVE.W.

Alberta and Main Urban Properties Inc., is extending an invitation to the local Community to bring forth plans for the proposed development at 898-900 St. Clair Avenue West to collect community feedback.
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Notice of Completion of Environmental Project Report – Caledonia GO Station

Metrolinx

The Project

Metrolinx, an agency of the Province of Ontario, has completed an Environmental Project Report (EPR) in accordance with Ontario Regulation 231/08 for the Caledonia GO Station. The new GO Station will be located on the Barrie rail corridor in the City of Toronto and will be integrated with the future Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (ECLRT) Station at Eglinton Avenue West and Croham Road (west of Caledonia Road), adding regional connectivity to the ECLRT and the Toronto Transit Commission bus network.

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7:15am Wed Feb 17/16 – EXTREME COLD ALERT – SEEK SHELTER, CHECK ON LOVED ONES

News Release

February 25, 2016

Extreme Cold Alert Issued for Toronto- Seek Shelter, Check on Loved Ones

Based on information from Environment Canada, Dr. David McKeown, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, has issued an Extreme Cold Weather Alert today for Toronto that will be in effect until further notice.
Exposure to cold weather can be harmful to your health. Hypothermia occurs when the body’s core temperature drops below 35°C and can have severe consequences, including organ failure and death. Frostnip and frostbite can also occur in cold weather when skin freezes.
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Snow Clearing Updates – Feb 25, 2016 – 7:45 am

Forecast as of 7:45 am:
Colder is slowly morning across the region transitioning the rain to periods of light snow early this morning before it tapers to flurries into the late morning lingering through the afternoon with 1-2cm possible during that time. There is the very slight risk of freezing drizzle to occur during that transition. Also winds will increase with gusts from 40-50 km/h for Thursday afternoon through to the overnight. Dry conditions return to the region for the evening through to Friday afternoon as temperatures drop to normal values.

Summary of Winter Maintenance Activities
As of 7:45 am on Tuesday February 25, 2016

Arterial Roads
Salting completed approx 5:05 - 7:30 am

Collector Roads
Salting commenced 6:00am to approx 10:30am

Humber Bay Waterfront Trail
Salting completed approx 6:30am

Local Roads
Salting commenced 6:30am est Completion approx. 4:30pm

Laneway Roads
Salting commenced 7:00am ongoing until completed

Sidewalks
Sidewalk tractors to be deployed 9:00am on High Pedestrian sidewalks salting with plow blade down where required. est Completion 9:00pm

Bus Stops and Crosswalks
Hand Crews deployed 9:00am to clear and salt Est completion 9:00pm

Seniors
Hand clearing and salting of seniors locations commenced 7:00am until 3:00pm

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City Of Toronto’s Spring and Summer Recreation Program Registration

News Release

February 24, 2016

Get ready for the City of Toronto's Spring and Summer Recreation Program Registration

Registration for spring and some summer City of Toronto recreation programs, including summer camps, begins at 7 a.m. on March 5 in Etobicoke York, March 6 in Scarborough, March 8 in North York and March 9 in Toronto and East York.
These high-quality and affordable recreation programs fill up quickly so register starting at 7 a.m. to avoid disappointment. Registering online is the quickest and easiest way to sign up for programs. The number of registrations completed online continues to increase each year and additional capacity has been added to the online registration system. On average, 70 per cent of the daily total of registrations can now be processed in the first hour of each registration day.

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Snow Clearing Updates – Feb 24, 2016 – 2:30 pm

Forecast as of 2:30 pm:
Rain will be heavy at times this afternoon accumulating 10-20 mm by early evening. Rain then becomes light this evening and continues through the overnight before changing back to flurries Thursday morning and tapering off in the early evening. An additional trace to 2cm is possible. Wind gusts of 50-65 km/h is possible Wednesday afternoon into the evening.

Summary of Winter Maintenance Activities
As of 2:30 pm on Tuesday February 24, 2016

Arterial Roads
Second round began spreading 9:40am completed approx 11:40am
Salters began spreading 7:45 am completed approx 9:45am
Salters deployed to loaded standby position 6:00am

Collector Roads
Salting discontinued do to intensified rain 12:30pm
Salters began spreading 7:45 am On going - Second round to begin as routes are completed est completion 1:45pm
Salters deployed to loaded standby position 7:00am

Humber Bay Waterfront Trail
Second round spot salting with blade down where required completed approx 10:45am
Salters began spreading 7:45 am est completion 8:00am

Local Roads
Salting to be discontinued do to intensified rain 3:00pm
Salters deployed to salt 8:30am est completion 5:30pm

Laneway Roads
Salting to be discontinued do to intensified rain 3:00pm
Salters began spreading 7:45am ongoing until completed

Sidewalks
No Activity at this time

Bus Stops and Crosswalks
No Activity at this time

Seniors
No Activity at this time

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Doors Open Toronto 2016

News Release

February 24, 2016

Doors Open Toronto's 2016 theme 'Re-used, Re-visited and Revised' highlights the many lives of Toronto's buildings

The 17th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf returns on Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29. The event will offer free and rare access to more than 130 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city. More than 30 of this year's buildings are participating for the first time.

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