Come along to a Public Drop-in Event to learn more about the design phase for extending the West Toronto Railpath multi-use trail south, from Dundas Street West and Sterling Road to Abell Street and Sudbury Street. Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Location: New Horizons Tower (Auditorium), 1140 Bloor Street West (at
The annual Terry Fox Run is taking place in High Park from 9am on Sunday September 16. Everyone is welcome to participate in a Terry Fox Run, regardless of age, athletic ability or socio-economic standing. While the Run does not have an entry fee or minimum donation they do ask all participants to fund-raise or
The Ward 18 Community Environment Day is being held this Saturday (June 23) from 10am – 2pm in the Dufferin Mall Parking lot.
Roncy Rocks, Music and Arts Fest West, is this Saturday! Roncy Rocks celebrates creative talent by showcasing accomplished and rising local talent along Roncesvalles Avenue. From 11am, there will be live music, an art party, an art show and sale, kids’ activities, a dog show and a sidewalk sale. It all happens rain or shine! Click here for the
In late March, the Giraffe building at the corner of Dundas St W. and Bloor St W. sold to a new owner, a company connected to a developer called Trinity Group. According to land registry records, Trinity Group’s company, Devtrin (Bloor) Inc., paid a total of $35 million for the Giraffe building and three adjacent
The City is hosting a community information meeting on the Parkdale Community Hub project (the corner of Queen West and Cowan) where you can learn about this initiative, ask questions of City Staff, and share your comments. At this meeting, City staff will introduce the Parkdale Community Hub project, provide an overview of their work and
Yesterday was Earth Day and to continue that idea, now that Spring is (finally!!) here the City of Toronto are starting their Community Environment Days. These run from the beginning of April through to the end of July so there’s plenty of time for you to sort out all the things you can’t put out
High demand and limited inventory resulted in significant price appreciation across the GTA during the first quarter of 2017. Supply increased in the last few weeks of March, as more sellers, particularly downsizers, chose to list their homes and move outside the GTA looking for better value. These buyers, known as move-over buyers, are looking