Dufferin Street Road Work Completed Ahead Of Schedule

News Release

October 7, 2015

Dufferin Street Road Work Completed Ahead Of Schedule

The road resurfacing and sidewalk work on Dufferin Street, from Lawrence Avenue West to Jane Osler Boulevard (just south of Highway 401), has been completed and all lanes of traffic have been reinstated four weeks earlier than anticipated.

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Cheer on Toronto Blue Jays at Nathan Phillips Square

News Release

October 7, 2015

Come cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays at Nathan Phillips Square

To support the Toronto Blue Jays in their first playoff run in 22 years, and to give everyone the opportunity to watch the action, the City of Toronto will broadcast the upcoming games on a large screen on the stage in Nathan Phillips Square, fondly being referred to as the #BirdsNest on social networks.

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Adoption Fees Waived For Cats during Toronto Animal Services’ Fall in Love Campaign

News Release

October 6, 2015

Adoption Fees Waived For Cats during Toronto Animal Services' Fall in Love Campaign

Beginning today, residents can "Fall in Love" and adopt a kitten or cat for only the cost of a licence ($15, $7.50 for seniors). The campaign runs until Sunday, October 18 and features a wide variety of cats and kittens for adoption at City of Toronto animal shelters and adoption partner locations.

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Hear the BEEP Where you SLEEP

Media Advisory

October 2, 2015

Hear the BEEP where you SLEEP

It's Fire Prevention Week and Toronto Fire Services is hosting open house events across the city to promote fire and life safety. These educational, interactive events are designed to be fun as well as informative and will focus on this year's theme "Hear the BEEP where you SLEEP". Participants will learn why it is critical for everyone to have working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and to prepare and practise a home fire escape plan.

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Public Meetings Continue This Week on Options for Toronto’s Ward Boundaries

News Release

October 1, 2015

Public Meetings Continue This Week on Options for Toronto's Ward Boundaries

Residents and business owners are invited to attend public meetings to provide input on five options for Toronto’s new ward boundaries as part of the Toronto Ward Boundary Review process. The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is intended to ensure that each person in Toronto has equitable representation at City Council.

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Road Resurfacing on Roseneath Gardens from Earlsdale Ave. to Glenhurst Ave.

News Release

September 24, 2015

Road Resurfacing on Roseneath Gardens from Earlsdale Ave. to Glenhurst Ave.

The City of Toronto will resurface Roseneath Gardens from Earlsdale Ave. to Glenhurst Ave. starting the week of September 28th. Sections of damaged curb and sidewalks will also be replaced. This work will improve both the road and sidewalk conditions along your street.

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City Of Toronto Extending Cycle Tracks Along Richmond-Adelaide Corridor

News Release

September 21, 2015

City Of Toronto Extending Cycle Tracks Along Richmond-Adelaide Corridor

The City of Toronto has nearly completed the extension of the cycle tracks – separated bike lanes – along Richmond Street from York Street to Parliament Street as part of a pilot project to improve cycling infrastructure and enhance safety for all road users in the downtown core.

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Sponsors support arts and culture in Toronto for the 10th edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

News Release

September 17, 2015

Sponsors support arts and culture in Toronto for the 10th edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

From Saturday, October 3 at 6:55 p.m. to sunrise on Sunday, October 4, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is set to transform Toronto into an all-night celebration of contemporary art. Sponsors support arts and culture in Toronto through their involvement in the event's 10th edition.

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