Cab drivers block traffic around City Hall in Uber protest
Toronto Sun May 14, 2015 Don Peat
TORONTO – More than 100 taxi drivers parked their cars around City Hall on Thursday.
The two-hour middday protest snarled traffic on Bay and Queen Sts. and representatives of the drivers warned there will be more protests in the coming weeks.
Special Meeting of Scarborough Hospital Community Advisory Council
Mabel Crolly Boardroom, Birchmount Campus, Scarborough Hospital
Open House and Rummage Sale to kick off Police Week at 42 Division Toronto Police Service
42 Division 242 Milner
Scarborough Hospital Foundation Dinner Maternal Newborn and Child Care Program
Casa Deluz Banquet Hall, 1571 Sandhurst Circle (Woodside Square)
I want to take this opportunity to salute mothers everywhere on this Mother’s Day, May 10, 2015.
There is no job more satisfying and yet, more demanding than that of a mother. Mothers, the world over, regardless of their circumstance, share a collective goal – to provide the best possible life for their children. Throughout history, mothers have shown courage and strength in meeting the challenges facing their communities and societies. They have often led by example and effected social change.
Heathwood Ratepayers Association Meeting
Kennedy Public School Staff Room, 20 Elmfield Crescent
Council voted to recognize the Armenian genocide
…. Despite objections from Mammoliti and members of the Turkish community in the public gallery, council voted to recognize the Armenian genocide, at the request of new Councillor Jim Karygiannis. Though Karygiannis and Mammoliti are newfound council allies, there were no words exchanged over the unusual break in allegiances…..
I want to thank members of the Canadian Armenian Community for their support with respect to Motion MM6.7, which was on the agenda of the May 6, 2015 meeting of Toronto City Council.
Motion MM6.7 which I moved, was seconded by Councillor De Baeremaeker and asked City Council to recognized the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
Banning Uber app on city-owned phones on agenda as council resumes meeting
CP24.com May 6, 2015 Chris Fox
A motion to ban city employees from downloading the Uber app to their work phone and an Ombudsman report that raises serious questions about the conduct of city hall security during Rob Ford’s mayoral tenure are both on the agenda today as city council wraps up a two-day meeting.
Police Week is May 10 to May 16, 2015.
To kick off Police Week, 42 Division, Toronto Police Service invites residents of Ward 39 to come and meet officers at the station on Saturday, May 9, 2015.