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City Updates

  • Toronto Needs Missing Middle Housing Options to Address Housing Affordability

    This week, Toronto City Council will consider an important motion presented by Mayor John Tory and myself, expanding housing options and types in our city buy reviewing planning permissions in... Read More

  • Modular Housing Pilot

    At Council this month, I put forward a motion for City staff to investigate the implementation of a new modular supporting housing pilot initiative. 

    Housing development approvals and construction in... Read More

  • TTC Public Information Campaign and Consultation on Transit Review

    City of Toronto and TTC launch public information campaign and consultation on transit review

    A public information campaign and public consultation on the Realignment of Transit Responsibilities Review will launch... Read More

  • Second Meeting of Special Committee on Governance

    The City of Toronto's Special Committee on Governance will hold its second meeting at 9:30 a.m. on April 12, in Committee Room 1... Read More
  • City Accepting Submissions for New Crossing Guard Locations

    As a result of the recommendations from the Toronto Police Service Transformational Task Force, the School Crossing Guard Program is currently being transitioned from the Toronto Police Service to the... Read More

  • Laneway Suites Vote Deferred One Month

    Unfortunately, Councillors on the Toronto and East York Community Council decided to defer making a decision on laneway suites until the June 6, 2018 Community Council meeting and has asked... Read More

  • Addressing Rat Related Complaints in our Communities

    The last few years have seen a dramatic rise in rat control related complains by residents and business owners. As a result, I recently moved a motion at City Council... Read More

  • Changing Lanes: Laneway Suites Community Consultation Meeting

    The City hosted a Community Consultation meeting this past March 29 to solicit feedback regarding laneway suites. Laneway suites are self-contained dwelling units... Read More

  • City of Toronto offers free and affordable activities for March Break

    Monday, March 12 to Friday, March 16 is March Break for elementary and high school students in Toronto. The City of Toronto will offer many free and affordable activities for... Read More

  • Toronto celebrates Black History Month

    Mayor John Tory has proclaimed February as Black History Month in the City of Toronto. Exhibits, lectures, events and other programming are planned at libraries, community centres and other public... Read More

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