City of Toronto Parks Forestry and Recreation
ARC (Afterschool Recreation Care) & Talent Flow Information Session
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Friday January 22nd, 2016
4:30pm and 6:30pm
Music is an exciting expression of who we are as Torontonians and the diversity of our vibrant communities. An active music scene helps attract visitors and creates jobs and investment in our city.
The City of Toronto is requesting public input through a music survey that will help define the City’s new music strategy being developed for City Council’s consideration.
The City of Toronto invites residents and visitors to take advantage of the City’s many activities, programs and attractions available during the holidays.
Fitness, camps and recreation programs
The City offers fitness classes, weight rooms, camps, permitted hobby clubs and more, offering something for everyone.
The City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation division is holding a Snap & Share photo contest, presented by Nikon Canada, to highlight the wonders of winter in Toronto’s parks, ravines and recreation spaces. From today until February 19, the public is invited to snap and share photos in six categories for a chance to win great prizes. Contest categories include: Colour in Winter, Family Fun, Walking in a Winter Wonderland, the Great Indoors, Winter Wildlife, and Toronto Walking Tour. The last category will be exclusive to participants of a photography walking tour, which will take place in High Park on February 6 and be led by Nikon Canada Ambassador and professional photographer Kristian Bogner. The contest will also include a People’s Choice component.
In the last few days, residents of Ward 39 have contacted me concerned about graffiti written on utility boxes at Kennedy and Steeles, on Canongate Trail west of Elmfield Crescent and west of Kelvin Grove Avenue and in the Mountcastle Gate-Steeles area.
After seeing the graffiti, I immediately contacted officers in the Community Response Unit at Number 42 Division, Toronto Police Service.
The railway crossing on Steeles Avenue East at the Stouffville GO railway limits the movement of pedestrians, cyclists, transit and vehicles in the area. There are daily issues of congestion and many road users experience difficulties travelling along and across Steeles Avenue East.
Mark your calendars. On December 19th from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, Scarborough Community Alliance Church at 135 Silver Star Blvd. will be hosting The Christmas Story: A Live Nativity. We would love for you to join us for the celebration!
Steeles L’Amoreaux Strength In Partnership
Health Committee invites you to
The Screening of
PANDI – Flyer DY Nov 19 2015
Help fight the flu and reduce your risk of getting influenza by attending one of Toronto Public Health’s free flu vaccine clinics from October 28 to November 30 at nine locations across the city.
You can attend:
The Scarborough Free Flu Vaccine Clinic
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Scarborough Civic Centre
150 Borough Drive
2:30pm to 7:30pm
A Seminar on Cybercrime will be presented by 42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee in partnership with Toronto Police Service 42 Division.
Whether Email, Facebook or Twitter – The seminar will offer an understanding of cybercrime trends on the internet and in social media; financial crimes and social crimes; cyber bullying and hacking; and, what you can do to protect your privacy. A question and answer period follows each speaker.
The panel of experts includes:
- Claudiu Popa, Informatica Corporation – Protecting yourself from financial Cyber Crimes.
- D.C. Kenrick Bagnall, Toronto Police Service, Cybercrime Unit – Cyberbullying and social media issues.
- Shaharris, Hackernest – Protecting your email and privacy from hackers.
The seminar will be held on:
Sunday, October 25, 2015
Milliken Park Community and Recreation Centre
4325 McCowan Road (just south of Steeles Ave.) Scarborough
Light refreshments will be available.
For further information, please contact:
Dorothy Feenan – Civilian Co-Chair, 42 Division CPLC
Phone: 416-283-1221 Email: email@example.com