Community and Culture

  • Black Futures On Eglinton

    Between September 2019 and August 2020, CP Planning and Black Urbanism TO partnered to design and deliver the Black Futures on Eglinton cultural mapping study. This study implemented creative approaches to identifying, celebrating, and supporting the cultural strength within the Eglinton Avenue West area, lovingly known as 'Little Jamaica' to many. As part of this study, locals and community allies of a wide variety of ages, ethnicities, and lived experienced engaged in solidarity to exchange thoughts that together make up...
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  • Carleton Village Community Town Hall

    Yesterday evening, I met with residents of Carleton Village, Toronto Police Service 11 Division, and the Laneway Project Executive Director, to discuss ways to keep Carleton Village safe and vibrant. With over 70 individuals registered, we had a productive discussion on community safety and I look forward to continue working with the community on further safety measures.
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  • Wallace Emerson Community Town Hall

    On January 28th, 2021 at 6:30 PM, I will be hosting a meeting for Wallace Emerson residents on keeping our community vibrant, safe, and inclusive. To be part of the conversation, please register via this link.
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  • Regal Heights Sing Along

    While the community cannot get together physically for their traditional Regal Heights Carol Sing, the Regal Heights Residents’ Association will be moving their celebrations online. You can participate by singing a seasonal carol, reading a poem or story, or simply wishing your neighbours a Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays!
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  • Corso Italia Food Drive

    Looking to give back this holiday season? The Corso Italia Business Improvement Area Association is working with Oasis Dufferin and The Stop to provide fresh, wholesome and nutritious food to families in need. Pick up food from a local business and make a donation at Oasis Dufferin (1219 Dufferin St) or The Stop (1884 Davenport Rd)!
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  • Light Up Oakwood Village

    Until January 7, you can vote for the best Oakwood Village storefront and win! You can use the QR code posted in store windows, or post a picture on Instagram tagging @OakwoodVillageBIA and using the hashtag #lightupoakwood. More details at
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  • Supporting First Portuguese

    This week my team was happy to work with community members and the union representing City employees, Local 416, to make a significant donation to First Portuguese Centre, which serves so many vulnerable people in our community.
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  • Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club - Holly Toy Drive

    The Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club’s annual Holly’s Toy Drive will be happening again this year. You can drop off toys at the front entrance of the Club at 180 Westmoreland Avenue until December 18.
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  • Toronto Foundation's "Good to Give Guide"

    This guide is a short list of some of the organizations tackling the most pressing challenges facing Toronto at a time of great uncertainty and crisis. Many small and mid-size charities in Toronto are doing the tough work to fight inequality, but they need more financial support to scale up their successes.
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  • Support Depanneur

    The Depannneur has long been working to support others and share cultures through the magic of food. Now, you can support them by purchasing their new cookbook, featuring 100 recipes from 100 cooks who graced their kitchen over the last 10 years.
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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
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