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City of Toronto announces annual Clean Toronto Together campaign

The City of Toronto today announced the details of its 2015 Clean Toronto Together campaign. Every year, tens of thousands of Toronto residents, schools, businesses and community groups take part in the spring cleanup to help keep the city clean and green. At the same time, City divisions are conducting inter-divisional cleaning activities across Toronto,

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City of Toronto consulting with Toronto residents on review of rooming houses

The City of Toronto is presenting a series of consultation sessions on a Rooming House Review initiative addressing issues related to the conditions and regulation of rooming houses in Toronto. The review is led by the Municipal Licensing & Standards and City Planning divisions in partnership with other City divisions. The consultation component of the

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City of Toronto offers free and affordable activities during March Break

During March Break, March 16 to 20, the City of Toronto will offer free and low-cost activities at its community centres, parks and historic sites. Highlights of Parks, Forestry and Recreation division activities and attractions follow, in addition to information about Toronto’s historic sites/museums. Camps: March Break recreational camps are a great opportunity for children

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Registration for City of Toronto spring/summer recreation programs opens this weekend

The City of Toronto offers fun and affordable recreation programs for all ages, skill levels and interests. Registration for spring and summer recreation programs including summer camps begins at 7 a.m. on March 7 in Etobicoke/York, March 8 in Scarborough, March 10 in North York, and March 11 in Toronto East York district. “Registration for

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Extreme cold temperatures affecting water service and City’s response times for service calls

Prolonged, extreme cold temperatures are having an impact on the private drinking water pipes in many homes and buildings, as well as water meters and the City of Toronto’s watermains, causing delays in response times to service calls. The City of Toronto has received more than 1,400 “no water” calls since February 14. About 95

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Extreme cold temperatures can affect water service in Toronto

How to prevent or thaw frozen water pipes and report watermain breaks With extreme cold temperatures forecast to continue this weekend, the City of Toronto is reminding residents to protect the drinking water pipes in their home to prevent them from freezing. There are also a number of steps that residents can take if they

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Get ready for spring and summer recreation program registration

Registration for spring and summer City of Toronto community recreation programs including summer camps begins at 7 a.m. on March 7 in Etobicoke/York, March 8 in Scarborough, March 10 in North York and March 11 in Toronto and East York districts. Residents should be aware of registration dates, how to register and payment options before

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Scarborough Subway Extension Project getting underway

The City of Toronto’s City Planning division, together with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), is starting to plan an extension to the Bloor-Danforth Subway (Line 2) to better serve Scarborough’s 650,000 residents. Interested members of the public are invited to attend the first public meetings and open houses for this important project. The proposed Scarborough

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City of Toronto launches 2015 tax and rate supported budgets

The City of Toronto’s Budget Committee today began the budget process to review the 2015 staff recommended tax supported and rate supported budgets. The budgets deliver significant service improvements in key priority areas including transit, poverty reduction and public safety. “Toronto’s 2015 budget is focused on getting Toronto moving, putting families first and keeping taxes

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Winterlicious Prix Fixe reservations begin tomorrow at more than 210 Toronto restaurants

Starting Thursday, January 15, participating restaurants will begin accepting reservations for Toronto’s popular Prix Fixe promotion, Winterlicious presented by Interac Association. There are more than 210 restaurants city-wide participating in this 13th annual Winterlicious Prix Fixe promotion, the largest number to date. Reservations are strongly recommended and are to be made directly with the participating

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  • Inaugural Meeting of City Council
  • Inaugural Meeting of City Council
  • Presenting a scroll to City Manager, Joe Pennachetti
  • Presenting a scroll to City Clerk, Ulli Watkiss
  • Presenting a scroll to Winne Li, Director of Council and Support Services
  • Signing Declaration of Office
  • Signing Declaration of Office
  • Timberbank Jr. P.S.
  • Timberbank Jr. P.S.

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