Category: News

Local students make pitch for more Accessible Pedestrian Signals in Leslieville

May 28th, 2019 Beach Metro News Two local students are calling for six Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) to be placed in the Leslieville area to help  seniors stay safe. Dalia Amer and Maddie Dick made a presentation to last week’s Toronto and East York Community Council meeting calling for the APS systems to be installed… Read more »

Bill 108: Changes to Ontario’s Planning System

The Province’s Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act Opens in new window, passed First Reading in the Ontario Legislature on May 2, 2019. This Bill seeks to amend 13 different statutes Opens in new window that impact municipalities and land use planning processes. Some of the changes proposed through Bill 108 will affect… Read more »

Stop the Cuts Petition

On April 11, 2019, the Province of Ontario tabled its 2019 budget. It included unilateral, retroactive cuts to the City of Toronto’s already approved 2019 budget. These funding cuts – about $177 million in 2019 alone – will directly impact services the people of Toronto need and expect from its governments. Demand the Province of… Read more »

Pape Watermain Replacement – Construction Update #1

This notice provides an update on construction activities to be carried out at Pape Avenue in the intersection of Pape Avenue and Danforth Avenue. In order to complete work and minimize disruption, some overnight work is needed on: WED., MAY 15, 2019 TO WED., MAY 29, 2019: 10:00 P.M. – 6:00 A.M. Crews will replace… Read more »