Category: News

Committee votes to rescue Toronto’s Crow’s Theatre from tax troubles By David NickelSeptember 5, 2019 Toronto could give the Crow’s Theatre on Carlaw Avenue more than $71,000 to help clear up an outstanding property tax bill that came about due to a misunderstanding about just how far back the small theatre’s tax exemption would go. The city’s General Government and Licensing Committee voted to… Read more »

Fall 2019 Community Newsletter Now Available!

Check your mailboxes for your copy of my latest community newsletter. You can also click here to read it online. There’s a whole page of #EastEndLove inside! I hope you can also join me for Community Environment Day on Saturday, September 14th from 10 am to 2 pm at Jack Layton Way (by Bridgepoint Hospital). Drop off reusable and recyclable items, safely dispose of… Read more »

Registration for City of Toronto’s fall and winter recreation programs begins this weekend and next week

Registration for City of Toronto fall and winter recreation programs as well as December holiday camps starts Saturday, September 7 and continues next week. The City is Toronto’s largest provider of safe, fun and high-quality recreation programs for people of all ages, skill levels and interests. Registration for Toronto & East York beings at 7… Read more »

Access to Toronto’s Cherry Street bridge returns in time for long weekend

30-Aug-2019 The Cherry Street bridge over the Keating channel will be reinstated for public access, including motorists, cyclists and pedestrians just in time for Labour Day weekend. Members of the public wishing to use the bridge to access/return from the port lands will be able to do so by approximately 7 p.m. tonight. The bridge… Read more »