Category: News

Rally to Stop the Eviction of 28-30 Langley Ave Residents

Tenants fear the conversion of their affordable housing into Airbnb-type ghost hotel units Join Ward 14 Councillor Paula Fletcher, local residents as well as members of Fairbnb Canada, ACORN and East End Legal at a rally to stop Langley Arms Inc. (a corporation headed by Jason Castiglione, William Gillies, Ian Leggett and Elias Markos) from… Read more »

City of Toronto offers free and affordable March Break activities

Monday, March 11 to Friday, March 15 is March Break for elementary and high school students in Toronto. The City of Toronto offers many free and affordable activities for students and their families that week. Drop-in programs City community centres offer free or low-cost programs for all ages. More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/rec or… Read more »

East End Arts – #EastEndLove Project

ABOUT THE #EASTENDLOVE PROJECT Help East End Arts spread some #EastEndLove! This community-engaged and -led public art project is presented by East End Arts, and uses stencil screen printing, collaborative arts workshops, and public art to spread messages of acceptance, anti-discrimination, anti-racism, and love throughout the east Toronto community. Artistically led by lead artist Lara… Read more »

New Web Page on Storm Damage to Trees

Last year I put forward a motion at the July City Council meeting requesting Urban Forestry to develop a web page for residents that provided information¬†on what residents need to do in various circumstances when a tree falls or is damaged due to severe weather. You can read my motion MM44.48 here:¬†http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2018.MM44.48 The Director of… Read more »