Several big names trailing in latest Toronto ward polls
A poll conducted last weekend in Humber River — Black Creek, where incumbents Giorgio Mammoliti and Anthony Perruzza are squaring off to snag a seat on the truncated 25-seat council, shows Perruzza with a 20 point lead.
Read full article https://www.cp24.com/news/several-big-names-trailing-in-latest-toronto-ward-polls-1.4139711
These are the city builders that Toronto needs
Thanks to Premier Doug Ford, Toronto’s 44 municipal wards were smashed into just 25 while the election was well underway.
Read full article https://www.thestar.com/opinion/editorials/2018/10/15/these-are-the-city-builders-that-toronto-needs.html
Mammoliti Behind In The Early Stages of Municipal Campaign
Giorgio Mammoliti would face defeat against Anthony Perruzza in the municipal ward of Humber River-Black Creek if the election were held today.
Read full article https://www.mainstreetresearch.ca/mammoliti-behind-in-the-early-stages-of-municipal-campaign/
Toronto & York Region Labour Council Endorsements 2018
View a list of endorsements for Toronto City Council, TDSB Wards, TCDSB Wards, York Region Mayors and Regional Councillors, York Region District School Board and York Catholic District School Board.
Read full article http://www.labourcouncil.ca/uploads/8/8/6/1/8861416/endorsementlistseptember27th2018.pdf
My choice for progress in our community
The upcoming municipal election poses a great challenge in our area and around the City.
Read full article https://www.downsviewadvocate.ca/2018/09/choice-progress-community/
Toronto studying how motorcyclists can drive between lanes of traffic at red lights
Toronto is studying possibly allowing motorcyclists to move between traffic while at a red light, a practice that advocates say would increase safety.
Read full article https://toronto.citynews.ca/2018/07/14/toronto-studying-motorcyclists-can-drive-lanes-traffic-red-lights/
City launching 5 programs to help residents reduce waste through bike repair hubs, canning workshops
The city wants you to repurpose abandoned bicycles, repair your ripped clothing and share that extra food that grows in your garden.
Read full article https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/city-community-reduce-program-reuse-toronto-bike-1.4744582
DUKE Heights BIA, Osgoode Law School launch online legal info service
Free service open to local businesses. York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School and the DUKE Heights Business Improvement Area (BIA) recently launched a free online legal information service for BIA members.
Read full article https://www.toronto.com/news-story/8289921-duke-heights-bia-osgoode-law-school-launch-online-legal-info-service/
A Community Initiative Comes to Life at the New Driftwood Parkette Playground
On August 13th over 200 volunteers came together at Driftwood Parkette (359 Driftwood Ave.) for the one-day build of a new playground. The playground is a result of a partnership between Councillor Anthony Perruzza’s office, the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation department, local residents, and organizations.
Read full article https://www.downsviewadvocate.ca/2016/10/community-initiative-comes-life-new-driftwood-parkette-playground/
North York neighbourhood rebranded as Duke Heights
A neighbourhood in North York is getting a makeover in more ways than one. The large industrial area between Dufferin and Keele streets is welcoming a new identity after being renamed Duke Heights. Ward 8 Coun. Anthony Perruzza told CBC News the name change is only the beginning of what is to come for the neighbourhood with major transit projects on the way.
Read full article https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/duke-heights-1.3355258
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OMNI offers content in over 25 languages, see our Shows or Documentaries sections.
Read full article http://www.omnitv.ca/on/it/shows/lo-stivale-canadese/
Aging community housing buildings in need of repair
The recent report released by the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis has tied improvements to Toronto Community Housing to increased social and economic opportunity.
Read full article https://torontoobserver.ca/2015/10/07/aging-community-housing-buildings-in-need-of-repair/