Chorley Park Invitation

Heritage Toronto invites you to attend a plaque presentation commemorating the history of CHORLEY PARK Constructed between 1911 and 1915, Chorley Park was Ontario’s fourth and last official residence of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Saturday, September 27, 2014 1:00PM 245 Douglas Drive Join us for a pay-what-you-can walking tour, following the plaque presentation.

Emergency Bridge Repairs Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge

Effective immediately, the Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge is closed while emergency repairs are undertaken. Once these emergency repairs are complete, the bridge will be re-opened. Any plans for the replacement or further rehabilitation of the bridge will be scheduled for 2017. We recognize that this type of work is disruptive and the City is making…

Sunday August 31, Open Streets Event

Open Streets are programs where the streets are opened to people and closed to cars. People traffic replaces car traffic, and the streets become “paved parks” where people of all ages, abilities, and social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds can come out and improve their health. ROAD CLOSURES  *Click to see course map*  You will be…

Digital Mega-Billboards on the 401

Dear community advocates, City Council will vote this week (today or tomorrow) on a proposal to install eight massive digital megabillboards, along the 401.  (Locations are in North York, Scarborough & Etobicoke). These signs are visible from over a kilometre away, and have a negative impact on traffic safety, neighbourhood quality of life and the…