The Garrison Cottages were once located within a parcel of land that stretched, south of Queen, between Peter Street and Roncesvalles. Remnants of these single story houses, built in the mid 1800s, remain.
Click Here to visit Lost Toronto‘s Garrison Cottages post to learn more and see amazing pictures of the buildings from the 1800s up until today.
Join the Ossington Community Organization for their “Thank God It’s Over cocktail party and fundraiser!” Come out and get the lowdown on what happened during the OMB trial, help the OCA pay their debt down and enjoy the sounds of Neil Clark.
When? Saturday 7 December 8PM-12:30AM.
Where? Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw, Gold Room.
What? Cocktails! Fundraising! Merriment! and Argyle Street’s very own rock-jazz guitar god Neil Clark (neilclark.com).
Why? The OMB trial for “109OZ” wrapped up on 15 November. Although, we don’t know the results yet, it seems like we might have done pretty well.
Link to PDF invite
Dundas West Liquor License Application
The Happy Hooker (fish sandwich and taco shop on Dundas West) has applied for a Liquor License. If you have any concerns or objections, please contact Ashley DeSilva in Mike Layton’s office by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Hearings for 964 Queen W on December 11, 2013
964 Queen Street West has filed for a variance with the city’s committee of adjustment department. If the changes affect you, be sure to attend the public hearing on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 2pm (Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 2). Please see the specific notice below for more details.
PURPOSE OF THE APPLICATION: To alter a three-storey mixed use residential building, currently, containing three residential units, by constructing a four storey rear addition; including, the addition of a fourth residential unit.
MEETING DATE AND TIME: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 2:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Committee Room 2, Second Floor, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St W, M5H 2N2
964 Queen St W Notice
964 Queen St W Plans
Click here to read Toronto’s 2013 Report and learn how Toronto measures up on factors such as housing, employment, safety, transportation and health and wellness.
Vital Signs reports are conducted in collaboration with community organizations across the country. The reports aim to measure the vitality of its community in key areas, providing the community with critical information that can help set priorities and identify opportunities for action.
Through the leadership of CAVE (Communities Advancing Valued Environments) and local artist Angel Carrillo the garages of the houses between 941-993 Dundas Street West have had graffiti removed and replaced with beautiful murals. The murals were painted by local at-risk youth and helped to frame graffiti as an accepted form of contemporary art.
This project has beautified and personalized the public façades of the laneway facing the park. It’s a wonderful addition that encourages community pride and cohesion.
On a related note, Well known artist Elicser and Movember have added a new mural to our ward along Dundas Street West at Beatrice (picture below). Find out more about Movember by clicking here.