Hubbard Park honours William Peyton Hubbard who was was elected as a City Alderman becoming Toronto’s first Black elected politician in 1894. He later went on to serve as Acting Mayor. An exceptional advocate for fairness and for an inclusive city, William Hubbard led the efforts to establish our public utility provider, Toronto Hydro. With… Read more »
Thanks to everyone who joined us at the official unveiling of the Leslieville Mural! And thank you to all of our community partners, local businesses, and residents who were involved in selecting Elicser’s beautiful updated take on Alexander Muir sitting under a maple tree. I know this new landmark will be enjoyed by Leslievillians for… Read more »
You can share your thoughts and ideas on each of the preliminary design concepts for Carlaw+Dundas by July 5, 2016 online here.
Dear Friends, Just under two years ago, I wrote to you asking for your help and support to keep the Red Door Shelter on Queen Street in Leslieville after a real estate deal gone bad put the Red Door’s future in jeopardy. Our community answered the call in an unprecedented way – over 50,000 people… Read more »