Filming at 1083 Dundas Street W at Shaw, October 10, 2015

A filming request has been made for 1083 Dundas st w on October 10. Parking spaces will be used on Dundas Street West between Shaw and Ossington.

Production Type: FEATURE
Project Title: 22 Chaser
Production Company & Address: 22 CHASER PRODUCTIONS INC
30 BOOTH TORONTO, ONTARIO, CA, M4M 2M2

Production Company
Location Manager: Moe Rai
Location Manager Cell #: 416-700-3554

Filming Location(s) & Times:
1083 DUNDAS ST W –
Start Date Time: 10/Oct/2015 12:30 PM To: 11/Oct/2015 3:00 AM

Parking Location(s):
DUNDAS ST W between SHAW ST and OSSINGTON AVE Side: S
Start: 09-Oct-15 18:00 End: 11-Oct-15 03:00
SHAW ST between ARGYLE ST and DUNDAS ST W Side: W
Start: 09-Oct-15 18:00 End: 11-Oct-15 03:00

 

Filming in Trinity Bellwoods Park: September 25, 26 and 28

See below for filming details.

SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 –Burger King Commercial

Production Type: COMMERCIAL
Project title: Burger King 1509
Production Company & Address: STELLAR CITIZENS INC
18 Beverley St #425
Toronto ON M5T 2I2
Production Company Phone#: 416-898-9912
Location Manager: Jennifer Newman
Location Manager Cell #: 416-529-5366
Filming Location & Times: Trinity Bellwoods Park 790 QUEEN ST W –
Start Date Time: 25/Sep/2015 7:00 AM To: 25/Sep/2015 11:00 PM
Filming an interviewer with an “Ed the sock” type character walking around talking to real people in and around the park. All public access will be maintained.
Cast & Crew: 25
Number of Vehicles: 10
Parking Location(s):
LOBB AVE BETWEEN CRAWFORD ST AND SHAW ST Side: N or S/
Start: 25-Sep-15 07:00 End: 25-Sep-15 23:00
MASSEY ST BETWEEN ADELAIDE ST W AND QUEEN ST W Side: E or W/s
Start: 25-Sep-15 07:00 End: 25-Sep-15 23:00

 

SEPTEMBER 26, 2015 “Stir” TV Special
 
Production Type: TV SPECIAL
Project Title: Stir
Production Company & Address: MODUS OPERANDI 2000 ENTERPRISES INC
515 EUCLID TORONTO, ONTARIO, CA, M6G 2T1
Production Company Phone #: Business:   416-710-3849,
Location Manager: Natalie Remplakowski
Location Manager Cell #: 905-782-4771
Filming Location(s) & Times:
88 CRAWFORD ST –
Start Date Time: 26/Sep/2015 7:00 AM To: 26/Sep/2015 11:59 PM
Parking Location(s):
CRAWFORD ST between ADELAIDE ST W and QUEEN ST W Side: E or W
Start: 26-Sep-15 07:00 End: 26-Sep-15 23:59

 

SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 — “Modern Classics” Project

Production Type: COMMERCIAL
Project Title: Modern Classics – 150917
Production Company & Address: OPC TV
125 GEORGE TORONTO, ONTARIO, CA, M5A 2N4
Production Company Phone #: 416-643-7340
Location Manager: Isil Gilderdale
Location Manager Cell #: 416-300-6009
Filming Location(s) & Times:
790 QUEEN ST W – actors walking through park talking
Sept 28 – 12 pm – 5 pm
Cast & Crew: 25
Number of Vehicles: 6
Parking Location(s):
S/s DUNDAS ST W between SHAW ST and CRAWFORD ST
Start: 28-Sep-15 09:00 End: 28-Sep-15 23:00

 

SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 — “Below her mouth” Project

Production Type: FEATURE
Project title: Below Her Mouth
Production Company & Address: BELOW HER MOUTH PRODUCTIONS INC
9 PRICE TORONTO, ONTARIO, CA, M4W 1Z1
Production Company Phone#: Business: 416-255-0017,
Location Manager: Holly O’Brien
Location Manager Cell #: 647-520-4958
Filming Location & Times: 831 DUNDAS ST W –
Start Date Time: 28/Sep/2015 6:00 PM To: 29/Sep/2015 6:00 AM
LN W PALMERSTON S DUNDAS –
Start Date Time: 28/Sep/2015 6:00 PM To: 29/Sep/2015 6:00 AM
Interior/exterior filming. Signatures for filming after 11PM to be obtained from affected residents
Parking Location(s):
DUNDAS ST W BETWEEN EUCLID AVE AND PALMERSTON AVE Side: S
Start: 28-Sep-15 16:00 End: 29-Sep-15 07:00

Laneway Reconstruction on Plymouth Avenue

The City of Toronto is planning to reconstruct Plymouth Avenue from 39m west of Claremont Street to Bellwoods Avenue as well as the laneway located 38m west of Claremont Street from Dundas Street West to Plymouth Avenue.

This work is part of the Council-approved 2015 Capital Works Program to renew aging city roads and laneways for current and future needs.

Expected Start Date: Early Fall 2015
Expected End Date: Winter 2015

PlymouthWhat to Expect Before Construction

  • Work crews will mark the locations of underground utilities, such as gas, water and cable so that the construction work does not interfere with these utilities.
  • Affected properties will receive a Construction Notice approximately two weeks before work begins with more information about the work.
  • Work in the boulevard in front of homes and commercial properties is expected. This work includes removing and replacing driveways, municipal sidewalks and grassed boulevards, where necessary.
  • Property owners should remove items located within City property limits (boulevard), such as landscaping and or decorative objects before work starts. If you have a sprinkler system within the boulevard, please contact the Field Ambassador listed on page 2.

Accessible Accommodation: Residents who require accommodation (level
entry, longer notice, etc.) must contact the Field Ambassador to arrange for
access during the construction period.

More Information
If you have questions about the upcoming work, please contact:

Download the construction notice here.

Construction Notifications: City Hall Meetings September 24 and October 7

The following properties have construction planned:

176NewTorontoVictorianWorkersHome Yarmouth Road
186 Euclid Avenue
922 Queen Street West
332 Montrose Avenue
357 Palmerston Boulevard
51 Hepbourne Street
726 Richmond Street West
590 Ossington Avenue
79 Pendrith Street

Be sure to attend the public meetings if you have any concerns. Full details below.

The following items will be before the Committee of Adjustment on Thursday, September 24, 2015 in Committee Room 1 of Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West.

Within the files below you will find instructions on how to submit your comments to the Committee of Adjustment and how to sign up to speak. If you have any questions or comments, please email me at councillor_layton@toronto.ca or call (416) 392-4009.

9:30am
176 Yarmouth Road (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

3:30pm
186 Euclid Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

922 Queen Street West (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

332 Montrose Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

The following items will be before the Committee of Adjustment on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 in Committee Room 2 of Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West.

Within the files below you will find instructions on how to submit your comments to the Committee of Adjustment and how to sign up to speak. If you have any questions or comments, please email me at councillor_layton@toronto.ca or call (416) 392-4009.

9:30am
357 Palmerston Boulevard (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

1:30pm
51 Hepbourne Street (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

726 Richmond Street West (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

2:30pm
590 Ossington Avenue (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

79 Pendrith Street (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)

About the Committee of Adjustment:
The Committee of Adjustment is comprised of citizen members and Councillors do not sit on this committee. They regularly hold public hearings to consider applications for minor variances, permission and consents. To learn more about the Committee of Adjustment please visit: www.toronto.ca/abcc/qj-committee-adjustment.htm

Note: Committee of Adjustment Decisions are posted online here.

Gain Leadership Skills at Scouts (Open to Girls and Boys from Age 5 to 26)

3rd-TO-poster_scoutsThe 3rd Toronto Scout group has been serving the Trinity Bellwoods and Parkdale community since 1909 by providing programming for girls and boys from the age of 5 through to 26.

The goal of scouting is to create well rounded individuals with diverse interests that can contribute to society. This is achieved through programs that challenge youth to discover and engage in their local community and explore the great Canadian outdoors whilst having lots of fun and making new friends.

By grouping youth into small groups to solve challenges they gain teamwork skills. Youth are also responsible for training younger youth, providing important leadership skills. The well established scouting infrastructure allows our group to introduce youth to the great Canadian outdoors inexpensively through camping and diverse outdoor adventures.

For more information see the 3rd Toronto Scout group website or contact us at 3rdtoronto@gmail.com.