Brad Bradford

Toronto City Councillor
Beaches - East York | Ward 19

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Toronto's Plan for the Winter

Did you know that Toronto has an incredible plan for making the most of this winter? A lot of winter rec programming starts today. With COVID affecting the season, we're finding ways to make the most of the cold and dark to keep ourselves...

Support the effort - bringing a...

Sign the petition and help bring a community garden to 25 Oakcrest Avenue! Dear neighbours, I’m working with a group of passionate local leaders to bring a community garden to Beaches-East York. Led by East End Neighbourhood Urban Farm...

Lest We Forget - Remembrance Day 2020

Remembrance Day is a time for our community to come together, remembering and honouring the brave men and women who fought for this country. Ceremonies will look a bit different this year with restrictions on in-person gatherings. I hope that...

Second Wave - Small Business Update

It’s been a little while since I’ve updated folks on what’s happening on the small business file at the City. First, I want to continue sharing my thanks for the hard work and kindness you are showing to support local businesses in our...

Community Consultation - Development...

A development application has been submitted to the City of Toronto for an 110-unit, 6-storey condominium building at 1684 Queen Street East. The City hosted a virtual community consultation meeting on October 13, 2020. A recording of the video is...

Naming a laneway in honour of Reese...

Please take a minute to to complete the petition at this link to support naming a laneway in honour of Reese. Reese Fallon lived with her family in our East End community. At 18, she had just graduated from Malvern Collegiate Institute and...

Beaches-East York Road Safety Petitions

Road safety is my top local priority. I'm working with neighbourhoods across Beaches-East York to introduce road safety measures like stop-signs, speed humps and safety zones onto local streets. The City's bylaws require a polling process in...

Murphy's Law Redevelopment - Community...

As many of you may have heard, there's a development application in for the Murphy's Law property (including the former Days Inn) at Queen and Kingston. The community consultation is happening next Tuesday, October 13th, virtually at 6:30pm....

Community Consultation on Development...

A development application has been submitted to the City of Toronto for an 81-unit, 9-storey rental building at 2720 Danforth Avenue. The City hosted a virtual community consultation meeting on September 23, 2020. A recording of the meeting is...

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