Community and Culture

  • Davenport Helps (Need Support? ) (Want to Help?)

    There was a great article on two of our neighbours, Gabrielle and James, who created Davenport Helps to assist vulnerable people in our community. If you need support, visit here. If you want to help, visit here. I wanted to thank them both and everyone who has volunteered for all their hard work.
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  • Local Business Maps

    Want to know which businesses are open in your community? Several Business Improvement Associations have created these helpful maps. Bloordale: Bloorcourt: Ossington: College Promenade:
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  • Support Safe Haven (Donate)

    The Safehaven Project for Community Living puts exceptional service at the heart of all its programming, advocacy and initiatives. Safehaven’s clients are children with complex care needs, which can include a combination of multiple chronic conditions, functional and cognitive impairments, mental health challenges and social vulnerability. With National Volunteer Week just around the corner, there are many opportunities to support Safehaven in fun and flexible ways while respecting social distancing expectations. For more information on supporting Safehaven, contact Ashley Pettifer...
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  • Support The Stop (Donate)

    The Stop continues to provide food to those most in need in our community. Today, they have shared that every dollar donated will be matched by the Sprott Foundation. This means your $25 investment will give them $50 dollars to purchase nutritious, whole foods to support vulnerable people in our community. Please consider donating here if you can.
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  • Dufferin Grove Neighbourhood Support Network

    Two amazing Dufferin Grove residents are working to support their community! For those on Rusholme, Havelock and Gladstone from Bloor to College or Sylvan, Lindsey, Dewson and Hepbourne from Dovercourt to Dufferin who are in need of support, they can contact Meagan at [email protected] (or [email protected] for service in Portuguese).
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  • Itacate Tacoria

    I want to give a special shout out and thank you to Itacate Tacoria at 998 St Clair Avenue West which generously provided meals at no cost to health care workers and those who have lost their employment due to COVID-19. Thank you for being good community partners.
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  • College Promenade Interactive Business Map

    Want to know which businesses are operating during the pandemic and their hours of operation? Check out this helpful map.
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  • South Asian Women’s Centre (Donate)

    The South Asian Women’s Centre have been hard at work providing food to people in our community in need. Click here to donate.
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  • Sistering (Donate)

    Sistering is a multi-service agency serving homeless women and the transgendered community. They are in need of several items for donation, including: Sanitizers, any size (unused, unsealed) Tim Hortons gift cards, $5 and $10 denominations New underwear Grocery gift cards, $25 denomination (No Frills, Freshco) Please leave any items at 129 Havelock St. Donations can also be on their website. These donations will be dropped at Sistering on Monday April 20th.
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  • BrazilFest Cancellation

    I regret to inform you that due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 the Toronto International BrazilFest management team have made the difficult but necessary decision to cancel The 17th Annual Toronto Brazilian Summer Festival which was due to take place on July 19th, at Earlscourt Park.
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City Hall Address:

Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Suite C42
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

Open: Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 416-392-7012

Fax: 416-392-7957

Constituency Office:

1240 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1N5

Open: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
1pm - 6pm

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