Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Toronto with the potential of an ice storm Saturday into Sunday turning into heavy rain later Sunday.
Fro immediate service call my office 416 321 2788 we will be monitoring voice mail 24/7
City of Toronto salt trucks are on standby and are ready to salt the roads as needed on Saturday and Sunday. City staff are out clearing the tops of catch basins prior to this weekend system.
The City of Toronto will open the Emergency Operations Centre to monitor the situation, coordinate and communicate response efforts.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish members of the Canadian Bangladeshi community and those of Bengali heritage, Happy Pahela Baishakh.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish members of the Canadian Sikh community a Happy and Prosperous New Year, on the occasion of Vaisakhi.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish members of the Canadian Tamil community a Happy and Prosperous New Year, on the occasion of Puttāṇṭu vāḻttukkaḷ.
Road and Water Mains Construction Work in Ward 39
In addition to hydro work, there will also be a number of road and water mains construction projects happening around the neighborhood. Locations and types of construction work are listed below.
My office has been informed of a Toronto Hydro project taking place within Ward 39. The rebuilding project will involve upgrading overhead electrical cables and replacing hydro poles within the City’s public property allowance.
The boundaries of the project include Reidmount Avenue (North), Reidmount Avenue (East), Sheppard Avenue East (South) and Kennedy Road (West). Please take a look at the map below for the exact boundaries of the project.
‘I remember thinking, ‘These people know about what’s going on, because they’re licensing this,'” says Casandra Diamond, who survived sex trafficking for a decade within licensed Toronto massage parlours. (Paul Borkwood/CBC News)
I would like to join all Canadians in commemorating the 101st Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
Easter Monday, April 9, 1917, marked the beginning of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, with all four divisions of the Canadian Corps, fighting together for the first time. The Commander of the 28th Battalion at Vimy, Brigadier-General Alexander Ross, said of the battle at the unveiling of the new Vimy Memorial in 1936, “It was Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific on parade. I thought then…that in those minutes I witnessed the birth of a nation”.
It is with a deep sense of reverence that I commemorate with you the 24th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide.
Today, we pause to remember this atrocity against the Tutsi which was perpetrated by members of the Hutu majority government – the execution of approximately 1 million.
I would like to extend my warmest wishes to all those celebrating Easter according to the Julian calendar.
Easter is a time to remember the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, to Christians, it represents a time of re-birth. Easter is associated with special foods and is celebrated with family and friends.