Friday, January 25, 2019
Thursday, January 24, 2019
TTC wants to go conjoin the junction 40 bus for you and Lambton 30, or in other words moving part of the the Lambton 30, to the Junction 40 route.
Text from the TTC
Currently, buses operate along Dundas Street West between Runnymede Loop (on the northwest corner of Runnymede Road and Dundas Street West) and Dundas West Station.
The TTC proposes operating two branches of the route:
- 40A branch: Buses operate along Dundas Street West between Kipling and Dundas West stations.
- 40B branch: Buses operate along Dundas Street West between Jane Street and Dundas West Station. At Jane, buses would loop along Jane, St. Clair Avenue West and Runnymede Road.
Buses operating along both branches would replace current 30 Lambton service west of Runnymede.
Currently, buses operate along Dundas Street West between Kipling Station and High Park Avenue, then along High Park Avenue and High Park Station. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from mid-May to Labour Day, the TTC extends the path so that buses operate into High Park.
The TTC proposes operating buses only between Runnymede Loop (on the northwest corner of Runnymede Road and Dundas Street West) and High Park Station. Buses would continue to operate into High Park late-spring and summer weekends.
Buses operating along the 40 Junction route would replace 30 Lambton service west of Runnymede.
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Many small/medium developers, meaning those building low and medium rise, get giddy regularly on Toronto lack of council duty to correct development for residential buildings.
Much of the new condo stock purchases in the city are for investment with airbub or high cost rental not for the purchasers use as a home.
Reading any of the Crain’s publishing company’s city business newspapers, Chicago, New York, Detroit, clearly shows what can be done when cities enforce their building and land use codes.
Need prof ask your Uber delivery person about condo use for airbub and high end rentals.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Earth Hour is March 30th 2019 8:30 - 9:30.pm
The Candlelight Walkers are celebrating indoors from now on....
Let's make Toronto's Ward 4 of Parkdale -High Park
Canada's leaders in Earth Hour Participation
St. Johns Road as a combined with Dundas St West just 10 years ago ended with with two inflow roadways, a group of people along with an city Council member Bill Sandercook, worked to remove one of the roadway inflows to create a public space. A gazebo various rocks and places to sit, along with pleasant surfacing were created.
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Monday, January 21, 2019
Arif Virni, this Saturday, January 26 from 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. at the Parkdale Intercultural Association (1365 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON, M6K 1M1) for a Town Hall on Seniors with the Honourable Filomena Tassi, federal Minister of Seniors!
View the area to the right of the red line the area to the left coloured gray is the Junction, Which is highly prosperous industrial area and the new commissioned water system.
Sunday, January 20, 2019
Electronic Waste Collection Saturday, January 26, 2019, 10 am - 2 pm Annette Library, 145 Annette St. (outside)
Electronic Waste Collection
Saturday, January 26, 2019, 10 am - 2 pm
Annette Library, 145 Annette St. (outside)
Friday, January 18, 2019
Applications now accepted in City of Toronto program offering community grants for innovative ideas to reduce waste – deadline March 1, 2019,
Applications now accepted in City of Toronto program offering community grants for innovative ideas to reduce waste – deadline March 1, 2019
From Gord Perks, Published on Jan 10, 2019 11:13 am
Applications are now being accepted for the City of Toronto’s 2019 Waste Reduction Community Grants Program. Grants of up to $25,000 are available to support innovative community-based projects that reduce residential waste and/or increase participation in the City’s waste diversion programs. The Waste Reduction Community Grants Program is part of the City’s Long Term Waste […]
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experience can suggest will be left un-done and the chances of securing some pelts are at least promising. The locality selected is the Kippewa country in the Province of Quebec and variety will likely be given by a hunt after caribou.
In any event an enjoyable mid-wmter outing is certain and the prospects of substantial success good. The party will meet on January 17th and they have certainly some interesting experiences ahead of them.
The ladies of Montreal have been so inspired by these preparations that eight of them have applied for permission to join in the hunt. They will tramp on snowshoes and rough it exactly as the, men are expected to do.
Thursday, January 17, 2019
Russell cars of Toronto Junction tested on the roads of England, 1905,06,07,08,09, a period when the Junction had Tesla class companies.
1905,06,07,08,09, a period when the Junction had Tesla class companies. During this period simple gasoline engunes powered factories, boats/launches, portable machines for farming and cars.
The Junction. was home much of Toronto high tech companies od the period frim cars to boats, and machinery, the area teamed with foundries, engine makers,power distribution companies.
Russell cars are the pioneer autos in Canada and well maintain the lead they have deservedly achieved. A beautiful catalogue has been issued by the Canada Cycle and Motor Company, Limited, Toronto Junction, giving full particulars of these cars and showing how well suited they are for rough Canadian roads.
The well known Russel cars were shown by the Canada Cycle and Motor Company, Limited, TorontoJunction, and made a most creditable display. These cars have been put to the most severe tests throughout Canada and in each instance have come out triumphant. They have heen taken to England and on the roads of that country have succeeded in giving as great satisfaction as they have in Canada. Amongst the tests was one of a thousand miles through the wilds of Muskoka. Others have been made in Australia where the difficulties are as great as in Canada. In all these varied trials the "Russet" came out well and showed in economy of repairs the value and strength of the machines. Many satisfied customers have testified to the pleasures given through the use of these cars, and the appearance made appeared to justify all that has been said about the fine "Russell"
Friday, January 11, 2019
Denmark plans to build nine artificial islands in southern Copenhagen in a bid to attract businesses, the government announced this week, amid an ongoing housing and office space shortage.
The plan will see an extension of the Avedøre Holme area south of the Danish capital, creating nine new islands to be given the collective name Holmene.
It's not the first time the government has presented an ambitious project to reclaim land from the sea. Last autumn, plans were announced to build 20,000 homes on a brand new island in the Øresund, with a completion date an estimated 50 years into the future.
Saturday, January 5, 2019
Friday, January 4, 2019
Background Information(December 17, 2018)
Report from the City Clerk - Endorsement of Events for Liquor Licensing Purposes
(December 17, 2018) Attachment 1
(December 17, 2018) Attachment 2
Communications(September 24, 2018) Letter from Collin Joseph, Pride Toronto (TE.Main.TE2.66.1)
(October 10, 2018) Letter from Steven Dagenais, Canadian Music Week (TE.Main.TE2.66.2)
(November 7, 2018) Letter from Richard Robinson, Ideacity Closing Night Party (TE.Main.TE2.66.3)
(December 13, 2018) Letter from Jeff Atkinson, Honda Indy Toronto (TE.Main.TE2.66.4)
(October 22, 2018) Letter from Shannon Inniss, Tastemaker 2019 (TE.Main.TE2.66.5)
(December 11, 2018) Letter from Mariya Druker, FUN Toronto (TE.Main.TE2.66.6)
(December 11, 2018) Letter from Mandie Murphy, Left Field Brewery Fan Appreciation Day (TE.Main.TE2.66.7)
(November 28, 2018) Letter from Rafik Riad, Buy Good. Feel Good. Expo (TE.Main.TE2.66.8)
(December 14, 2018) Letter from Patti Marshall, TD Toronto Jazz Festival 2019 (TE.Main.TE2.66.9)
(December 19, 2018) Letter from Miguel de Medeiros, Wine and Spirits Festival (TE.Main.TE2.66.10)
(January 2, 2019) E-mail from Marie Copps, Copps Productions Ltd. (TE.Main.TE2.66.11)
Thursday, January 3, 2019
Bent Moretti, Alexandra
Deans, Richard (Jamie)
The Director, Business Growth Services, Economic Development and Culture recommends that Toronto and East York Community Council:
1. In accordance with the City's Public Appointments Policy, appoint the following nominees to the Business Improvement Area (BIA) Boards of Management set out below at the pleasure of Toronto and East York Community Council, and for a term expiring at the end of the term of Council or as soon thereafter as successors are appointed.
/and for the rest of the city
Baby Point Gates:
Bloor By The Park:
Bloor West Village:
Peng, Jin Yan
Pho, Vi Yung (Steven)
Tom Sing, Jenny
Deleo, John Paul
den Hartog, Elizabeth
Qin Jun (Jiang), Jiang
Emond, Robert (Bob)
Dupont by the Castle:
Forest Hill Village:
Gerrard India Bazaar:
Greektown on the Danforth:
Hannah, Dr. Heather
De La Vega, Consuelo
Da Silva, Silvia
Di Renzo, Paulette
Peters, Jeffrey P.
Moore, Lisa Jo
Whyte Noronha, Sophia
Deans, Richard (Jamie)
Regal Heights Village:
Martins Kouyoumjian, Christine
Van Zulen, Fabio
Little Jeffares, Rosemary
Bent Moretti, Alexandra
Rosedale Main Street:
St. Clair Gardens:
St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood:
Toronto Entertainment District:
Di Santo, Paola
De Luca, Melissa
Vanden Heuvel, Cindi
West Queen West:
Von Lichtenberg, Doc
Yonge and St. Clair:
2. Direct that Schedule A of the Municipal Code Chapter 19, Business Improvement Areas, be amended by changing the number of directors of the following Boards of Management:
The Beach 12
Bloor By The Park 8
Bloor West Village 8
Bloorcourt Village 11
Church-Wellesley Village 9
College Promenade 9
Corso Italia 13
The Danforth 7
Danforth Mosaic 12
Dovercourt Village 7
Dupont by the Castle 8
Forest Hill Village 9
Gerrard India Bazaar 11
Greektown on the Danforth 10
Harbord Street 7
Hillcrest Village 11
Junction Gardens 8
Liberty Village 16
Little Italy 13
Midtown Yonge 9
Oakwood Village 13
Ossington Avenue 10
Pape Village 12
Regal Heights Village 10
Riverside District 10
Rosedale Main Street 12
St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood 13
Toronto Entertainment District 14
Trinity Bellwoods 8
The Waterfront 13
West Queen West 17
Wychwood Heights 7
Yonge and St. Clair 17
The purpose of this report is to appoint directors to the Boards of Management of forty-five (45) Business Improvement Areas that fall within the Toronto and East York Community Council boundaries for the new term of Council and make necessary changes to Schedule A of the Municipal Code, Chapter 19.
There are no financial implications resulting from the adoption of this report.
The Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer has reviewed this report and agrees with the financial impact information.
Background Information(December 21, 2018) Report from the Director, Business Growth Services, Economic Development and Culture - Appointments to Business Improvement Area Boards of Management
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
2019 Howland Lecture - Thursday January 10
Doors open @ 6:00 p.m.Exhibit opens @ 7:00Lecture begins @ 7:30
Come join us for our annual Howland Lecture. This year's presentation is by Heather Marshall, Toronto Environmental Alliance and Toronto Parkdale-High Park Councillor Gord Perks whose topic is "It's Up to us: Taking Action to Protect the Humber."Heritage York will be opening their new exhibit "What's Up With The Humber?" in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the designation of the Humber River as a Heritage River.
Free Admission*RefreshmentsFree-will donations accepted.
Concurrent with the 2019 Howland Lecture will be the opening of the new exhibit
In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the designation of the Humber River as a Heritage River, an ew exhibit of how humans have used and impacted the Humber River for over 11,000 years will be opened. Created by a University of Toronto Master of Museum Studies student, the exhibit will highlight the impact of human activity on both the Humber River and the environment it supports.
For an off-hours or private viewing, please contact our office @ (416) 767-5472.
Free Admission*RefreshmentsFree-will donations accepted
Projected HarbourWork for Toronto in 1919. The Toronto Harbor Commissioners' budget for this year contemplates an expenditure of $3,300,000. It does not, how- ever, mean that all the work covered by this amount will be carried on through the year, but it is anticipated that work will be done involving an expenditure of approximately $2,000,000. Much will de-pend on general financial conditions, and the opportunities offered for placing the commissioners' bonds on the market. It is intended to continue what is known as the industrial harbor development, in an easterly direction from the point where it now ends between John St. and Spadina Ave., through to York St., and also to reclaim about 90 acres of additional land for industrial purposes, and possibly some park reclamation work in addition.
It is also the intention, providing the city's approval is obtained, to top dress and complete the park and amusement areas between Sunnyside and the Humber River, but this cannot be completed for the present, owing to the unfinished condition of the Dominion Government breakwater. Provision will also be made for roadways and sidewalk construction, sewers, etc. So far as the Dominion Government work in the harbor is concerned, it is expected that some 4,400 ft. of crib work on the western breakwater will be completed, and also the turning basin in the eastern section, thus providing for about 4,000 ft. of dock wall, with concrete superstructure. The circulating channel will also be completed, providing for dockage construction for another 1,800 ft.
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