Employment areas on City of Toronto council radar

  •  November, 2021
By Al Ruggero In October, Toronto’s Planning and Housing Committee met to deliberate Planning Staff’s proposal to narrow permitted uses in the City’s Employment Areas. Phase 1 advances the process of Zoning Conformity. Zoning Conformity for Employment Areas (under OPA 231) started in 2013 and refle...

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Welcome back, Toronto!

  •  October, 2021
By Sean Delaney This is our moment to show love to the places, spaces, businesses, and people that make Toronto such a vibrant, dynamic and diverse city. Recently, Mayor John Tory and Deputy Mayor Michael Thompson, Chair of the Economic and Community Development Committee, in association with f...

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Neighbourhood Stroll- Explore Humber Summit

  •  October, 2021
Now is the time for residents to experience all that tourists have been raving about for years. Discover shops, stops, places and spaces on city main streets. Stay curious, Toronto. This expansive neighbourhood at the north edge of the city stretches from the Humber River to Highway 400. The river ...

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Vaccine aftercare

  •  June, 2021
You’ve gotten your jab in the arm, so what can you expect? now? By Sean Delaney The battle against the COVID-19 pandemic is ramping up, and vaccine availability continues to expand in Toronto, and the rest of Canada. With many of us now taking the first available appointment in an attempt to...

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Emery Village BIA Executive Director's Message - Feb 2021

  •  March, 2021
The Province of Ontario has been in lockdown for the majority of February, and it is essential to keep following stay-at-home orders during this time. On our social media and website, we have posted a number of webinar and learning opportunities to help businesses adjust and grow during this time....

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Councillor's Corner - Jan 2021

  •  February, 2021
Dear Resident, COVID-19 infection rates are on the rise more than ever before. With the current stay-at-home order in place, we need to try our best to prevent exposure by staying home as much as possible. We should only be socializing with those we live with and making essential supply trips when ...

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A year to remember

  •  January, 2021
By Sean Delaney It’s likely going to be a year that is talked about for many years to come. 2020. And according to Toronto City Councillor Anthony Perruzza, he could tell 2020 was going to be memorable - whether in a good or a bad way - almost as soon as the calendar turned. “The challenges star...

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