Community and Culture

  • Oakwood Collegiate's Official Virtual Open House Website!

    Oakwood Collegiate's Official Virtual Open House Website!Everything you need to know about Oakwood Collegiate is here. Learn about the school's mission, culture, and goals - listen to parent and student testimonials about why they love Oakwood. Find out why this community school is so incredibly special.  The Oakwood Virtual Open House site also features a recording of OCI's virtual open house presentation.
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  • College Promenade BIA - Call for Art Proposals

    College Promenade BIA - Call for Art ProposalsArt, diversity, multiculturalism and community are some of the significant elements that make Toronto unique. 2021 has been dedicated as the Year of Public Art, kicking off the City's new 10-Year of Public Art Strategy, signalling Toronto's renewed commitment to public art. The College Promenade BIA has received a grant of $8000 to create a public art installation in our neighbourhood (our boundaries are along College Street between Havelock St and Shaw St)....
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  • #ShopBloorcourt

    #ShopBloorcourtThroughout March, the Bloorcourt BIA will be hosting a marketing and giveaway campaign. Every day they are raffling off a $50 gift card to a local #Bloorcourt business. Learn how to get involved through the above link.
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  • CafeTO 2021

    Registration Window for CafeTO Opens Tomorrow!The first registration window for the expanded CaféTO program will open Friday, February 26 at 9 a.m. The first window will remain open for a full month, until Friday, March 26, and the second window will open immediately afterward.
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  • Aangen’s All Dried Up Series

    All Dried Up is a dehydrated meal product developed to support seniors' nutrition and ensure adults with physical or cognitive barriers can access healthy, nourishing meals that are safe to prepare and easy to serve. Created in consultation with a geriatric nutrition specialist, All Dried Up is heart-healthy, supports digestion and contains antioxidants that address joint pain and swelling. One cup of hot water added to our pre-portioned soups is all that is needed to prepare and serve a delicious meal. It's as simple as toast...
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  • Your Arena Board Needs You!

    Are you passionate about recreation? Do you want to support the work of important facilities in your community? The City of Toronto has eight indoor ice arenas operated by boards of management. These boards oversee the programs and operations of the arenas and are a way for local residents to get involved in supporting facilities in their community. We are looking for local residents with an interest in community engagement and recreation to serve as public members on the following...
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  • MOCA Public Survey

    The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) is developing a strategic plan with the help of PROCESS. The plan will create a shared vision and a strategy for the next 5 years and beyond. PROCESS and MOCA have created a survey and would like to hear from you! They are interested in better understanding how MOCA's community understands their work, who they serve and how they should grow. Whether you visit MOCA all the time (well, before COVID), you never...
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  • Haven Toronto Sock Drive

    Did you know that socks are one of the most requested items from people using shelters? Haven Toronto has partnered with Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club, Toronto Police 11 and 22 Divisions, and the Port Credit Academy of Martial Arts for a sock drive between February 15 and 28. New socks can be dropped at any of their locations to help someone in need.
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  • The Rooster of Barcelos Project

    The Rooster of Barcelos Project will be located in Little Portugal at Dundas Street West & Lakeview Avenue (1212 Dundas St. W, at the Lakeview Ave. Parkette). A rooster statue has been gifted by the Municipality of Barcelos, Portugal, to the City of Toronto to be designed, painted and displayed in Little Portugal. The City of Toronto is seeking artist submissions according to one or both of the guiding themes. Apply here by February 14, 2021.
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  • Dufferin St. Clair Library turns 100!

    Yesterday, the Dufferin/St. Clair Library turned 100 years old! For the last 100 years, this local library has been providing important services to the Earlscourt community, and it remains an anchor and point of pride for the surrounding neighbourhood. Happy Birthday to the Dufferin/St. Clair Library! You can learn more about the library's history here.
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Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Suite C42
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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Phone: 416-392-7012

Fax: 416-392-7957

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1240 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1N5

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