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Toronto City Council declares climate emergency and commits to accelerating action to address climate change

October 2, 2019 Today, City Council voted unanimously to declare a climate emergency and adopted a stronger emissions reduction target for Toronto – net zero by 2050. In recent years, Toronto residents and businesses have experienced more frequent flooding and other severe weather events. Toronto’s weather is expected to get hotter, wetter and wilder as… Read more »

Port Lands development recommendations for film, television and digital media industry presented today

The City of Toronto’s Film, Television and Digital Media Advisory Board received recommendations for the development of a portion of the Port Lands today to position Toronto at the forefront of the next wave of audiovisual production and enhance Toronto’s ability to attract and retain production investment. The final report of the Soundstage Market Sounding… Read more »

Artists’ Network paints a new story in Leslieville

By Joanna Lavoie, Toronto.comSeptember 24, 2019 The Artists’ Network has a new, permanent home in Leslieville. Starting in October, the Canadian member-led nonprofit — which works to support visual artists in their business practice — will start hosting meetings, workshops and exhibitions in its new home at 1158 Queen St. E., better known as the… Read more »