Category "City-hall"

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...

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...

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...

Back to School Road Safety Improvements!

As more folks are heading back to work and our kids are getting back to school, road safety is a top priority. With the recent investments across the City into active transportation, more people are discovering it as a great alternative way to...

Expanding Permit Parking North of...

Dear Neighbour,  I’ve heard from you and your neighbours about the need to improve parking options and increase the availability of permit spaces in the area.  While areas across our City have combined their permit zones to...

Addressing Racism Within the Toronto...

Over the last few months Toronto has been having a difficult but critical conversation about racism in our city. These discussions have focused on the discrimination that Black, Indigenous, and other People of Colour (BIPOC) face at the hands of...