Tag: East End

Relief Line Update Meeting – Gerrard to Queen

Update on the Relief Line Segment – Gerrard to Queen Dear Friends, Last June many of you came to Matty Eckler where City staff presented Pape as the “emerging” route for the Relief Line. This included the segment from Gerrard to Queen. Overwhelmingly, local residents felt that Carlaw had not been adequately reviewed and that… Read more »

Around the World in East Chinatown: #StreetARToronto

StreetARToronto (StART), in partnership with the Toronto Police Service, asked 22 of Toronto’s outstanding street artists to create large-scale murals of world monuments in the East Chinatown (Broadview Avenue and Gerrard Street) community to add colour and vibrancy to the neighbourhood, help reduce graffiti vandalism, and showcase Toronto’s creative street art talent. StART is a… Read more »

Riverdale Historical: A Taste of History

Historic cook Bridget Wranich will introduce some of English Canada’s early cooking and baking traditions as they would have been adapted for Fort York’s officers mess 200 years ago.  Come to hear how cooking reveals an important  but often overlooked aspect of social history and sample historic baked goods that used to be produced in the Fort’s bake oven and open hearth. Bridget… Read more »

Fletcher weighs in on Commonwealth Bid

In an interview with CP24 Sunday afternoon, Coun. Paula Fletcher agreed that council would need lots of information from staff before moving forward, but she said the idea is worth examining. “I think we should look at it,” Fletcher said. “It would be just reasonable since we had the Pan Am Games and we have… Read more »