I’m very proud of the young artists who painted this human rights mural at their new home in Rivertowne. This mural is a real community effort — from the 11 to 13 year-old artists who painted it, to the community artists and the Ralph Thornton Centre, who helped inspire them. Thanks for all your… Read more »
Struggles of urban natives will be priority: Councillors By DON PEAT, SUN MEDIA The City of Toronto is poised to have an urban aboriginal strategy in place by next year.
YOU CAN HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE The Canadian National Exhibition Association (“CNEA”) invites you to get involved. Volunteer your skills to help govern the Annual 18-day Fair. If you are interested in serving on the membership of the CNEA, we invite you to apply.
Detailed plans were unveiled for naturalizing the mouth of the Don River and transforming the Lower Don Lands, a 125-hectare (308-acre) industrial area located south of the rail corridor in the east end of Toronto’s harbour, into a new model for sustainable city building.