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Click to view information about our All Candidates Meeting.
Spring is finally here – if only the weather would cooperate! The warmer weather puts Ward 25’s incredible parks in the spotlight, and I’ve included great news about park improvements coming to Don Mills, St. Andrews and the Yonge & Lawrence neighbourhood. Early 2015 has been busy as usual at City Hall. Toronto’s City Manager is set […]
Click to view information about our Community Consultation Meeting.
Click to view Councillor Jaye Robinson’s November Newsletter.
Click to view Councillor Jaye Robinson’s June Newsletter.
Federation of North Toronto Residents Associations 2014 CITY OF TORONTO MAYORAL CANDIDATES FoNTRA has scheduled two evenings of meetings for Executive members of FoNTRA member organizations with Candidates for Mayor. These meetings will be held in a new format with Candidates presenting a summary of their platform for 15 – 20 minutes. This will be followed by a one hour […]
TORONTO TREE PANEL DISCUSSION, Thursday, Feb. 13, 7:30 p.m., Doors at 7 p.m. Lawrence Park Community Church, 2180 Bayview Avenue Councillor Jaye Robinson is moderating a panel discussion, organized by For Our Grandchildren, on the impacts of extreme weather events on our city and on our tree canopy, featuring expert gardener and author Mark […]
Dear Resident Associations, Save The Date – Wednesday November 28, 2012 Internationally-renowned architect and urban designer Antoine Grumbach is visiting Toronto as part of the Eglinton Planning Study. Click here for the PUBLIC Notice thru Councillors Mr. Grumbach, who has worked on LRT lines in Paris and Moscow, will be giving a public […]
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE EDWARDS GARDENS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the sixth Annual General Meeting of the Edwards Gardens Neighborhood Association will be held at 4 Hyde Park Circle on Monday October 29, 2012 from 7.15 – 7.45 p.m. for the following purposes: 1. Discussion of issues important […]
Dear Resident and Ratepayer Executives: City-Wide Initiative: The Natural Environment Trail Management Strategy Needs Your Input Toronto boasts 5 watershed areas that include Etobicoke Creek; Mimico Creek; Humber River; Don River and Highland Creek (see map below). The natural trails run through forests and meadows and along rivers, wetlands and ponds. These protected […]