I am writing to you to inform local seniors organizations and other concerned stakeholders about a cut to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) budget that will have direct impact on seniors’ living in our city. I hope to solicit feedback on this issue to ensure that seniors’ needs and interests are being protected.
I have received multiple reports that household garbage is being dumped in public parks.
The City of Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 548, Section 3B states that:
In the case of land that is not a highway, no person shall throw, place, dump or deposit or permit or cause to be thrown, placed, dumped or deposited any refuse on any land not including buildings, within the City, including ponds, lakes, rivers and watercourses, without the consent of the owner or occupant of the property Click here for flyer garbage-in-the-park
Should the City of Toronto levy an extra tax for non-Canadian resident purchases of residential properties?
Recently, the Province of British Columbia imposed extra 15 percent tax on Vancouver residential real estate purchased by foreigners. The Province has also agreed to a request from the City of Vancouver to allow the City to impose a special tax on the owners of vacant property. These measures are being adopted in an attempt to “cool” the Vancouver real estate market and increase supply. Click here for flyer Should the City of Toronto levy an extra tax for non-Canadian resident purchases of residential properties?
This fall, we are continuing the tradition and hosting a Seniors’ Information Session. The Seniors’ Information Session is designed to help seniors and their families learn about the benefits and programs offered by the Municipal, Provincial and Federal governments, as well as community organizations. Representatives will be setting up booths where you can obtain information and ask questions about the services they provide; discuss issues of interest to you; and, express your concerns. Many of the participants will be making presentations.
We have included useful information in our second September 2016 Ward Report.
Click here to read Ward-Report-Sep-2016
August 31, 2016 – Recreation activities available at City of Toronto attractions across the city during Labour Day long weekend
The City of Toronto will offer a wide variety of activities for residents over the Labour Day long weekend, with many family attractions open. On Labour Day – Monday, September 5 – City recreation centres will be closed and their recreation programs will not operate.
We have included useful information in our second Summer 2016 Ward Report.
Please note that the rollout of the PRESTO Electronic Fare Payment System across the TTC continues. Visit ttc.ca/presto.
Ward 39 – June 2016 Newsletter Safety Town Hall June, 2016 6:30pm – 9:30pm L’ Amoreuax Community 2000 McNicoll Ave
Safety Town Hall
Monday, June 20, 2016
6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
L’ Amoreaux Community and Recreation Centre
2000 McNicoll Avenue
Presenters . Toronto Police Service; RCMP; Consumer Protection Services of Ontario; and, Bank of Canada.
Incidents such as home and car break ins; Canada Revenue Agency scam calls threatening residents to pay fines or go to jail; immigration related calls; and, aggressive door-to door sales people claiming that they want to check furnaces, hot water heaters and air conditioners to see if the homeowner is eligible for an upgrade. These incidents can cost you thousands of dollars!
Join us at the Safety Town Hall and learn how to protect yourself!
Read News Letter Ward Report – June 2016
Spring is here! As you prepare to enjoy the great weather ahead, we have put
together some helpful information in this report. We look forward to
welcoming you to my upcoming Community Compost Day on Saturday,
May 28th from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM at Bridlewood Mall.
Should the speed limit on Pharmacy Avenue be lowered?
Recently, City of Toronto staff prepared a report which indicated that lower speeds on residential streets will reduce the risk of major injuries to pedestrians and cyclists in the event of a crash.
Let’s Clean Toronto Together!
It’s time for Toronto’s annual spring clean-up, known as Let’s Clean Toronto Together!
Why not gather your friends, neighbours, co-workers and classmates to clean up a park, laneway or other space that needs your help.