Announcing Neighbourhood Grants Program - May 4th deadline
The Neighbourhood Grant program aims to to activate neighbourhoods and advance the Toronto Strong Neighbourhood Strategy 2020 (TSNS 2020). Funding will be available for events that take place in the 31 Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIA) and the 8 Emerging Neighbourhoods between July 15 and December 31, 2018.
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Appellants wishing to file an appeal may do so by completing a Form 1 – Notice of Appeal and submitting a digital copy of the completed Form 1, in person, at a designated Committee of Adjustment Service Counter. The accompanying appeal fee for the appeal is $300.00 per appeal per appellant. Please note, all appeals must be filed within the legislated timeline (Within 20 days a Committee of Adjustment Decision is issued).
For more information on initiating the appeal process with TLAB, please visit our website: www.toronto.ca/tlab. Under the section "Filing An Appeal", we provide a step by step guide on how to file a TLAB appeal.
For your reference, I've also provide links to the following resources that may be of assistance:
TLAB Forms – All of TLAB's Forms
TLAB Public Guide -- The Public Guide provides information about the TLAB and its processes.
TLAB Rules of Practice and Procedures -- The Rules apply to proceedings brought before the Toronto Local Appeal Body.
TLAB Practice Directions
March 7, 2018
City of Toronto offers free and affordable activities for March Break
Monday, March 12 to Friday, March 16 is March Break for elementary and high school students in Toronto. The City of Toronto will offer many free and affordable activities for students and their families that week.
"The City will have a variety of March Break activities that are fun for the whole family," said Mayor John Tory. "I encourage all Toronto residents to get out and enjoy City rinks, parks, cultural and historic sites."