Summer Picnic With Strangers is a casual gathering of all individuals who want to talk to someone they haven’t met before.
- Date: Saturday, July 30, 2016
- Time: 3:00 PM
- Location: Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto, ON
Grab the kids, grab a blanket, and grab a bite at one of our local businesses. The following locations are offering take-away movie snacks for the event:
Scoop Shop by Sweet Sammies
$9 pints of ice cream. Ice cream flavours rotate regularly, including bestselling flavours like Salted Caramel Brownie Cheesecake, Malted Milk Chocolate, Ontario Strawberry, Cajeta, and Cashew Coffee Cacao Nib as well as vegan options.
808 Dundas St W, Open until 9pm
$4 trio of chocolate truffles. Choose three dark chocolate truffles with a combination of ingredients like wines, herbs, spices and flowers.
829 Dundas St W, Open until 7:30pm
The Pie Commission
$6.50 plus tax for a Pie-on-the-go. These Bloody Good Pies are offered in both savoury and sweet flavours, with fresh beef, chicken and vegetables as well as dessert pies.
887 Dundas St W, Open until 8pm
*Please note the rain date for this event is Tuesday, June 29th at DUSK.
The City is holding a community meeting on the West Queen West Planning and Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Study where you can ask questions of City Staff and share your comments.
When: Thursday, June 23, 2016
Time: 6:30 p.m. Open House / 7:00 p.m. Presentation and Facilitated Discussion
Where: 1115 Queen Street West – The Theatre Centre (map)
Toronto City Planning staff are continuing to study the built form and heritage character of Queen Street West, within the area shown above.
This meeting will introduce the community to the West Queen West HCD Study and provide opportunity to comment on the area’s heritage value.
The evening will begin with an Open House from 6:30-7:00pm, followed by an update by City Staff on the WQW Planning Study. FGMDA Architects, will then give a presentation followed by a discussion facilitated by the project team.
If you would like more information please contact the consultant team, one of the City Planning representatives and/or your Ward Councillor.
Alex Corey email@example.com
Noise is a big issue in Toronto, and as the city increases in density, it is a problem that will only grow. In fact, the City’s April 2015 noise consultation found that 82.5% of respondents indicated noise problems in their Ward.
After two years of consultations with Toronto businesses, industries and residents—on May 12, 2016—the City released a draft of the new noise bylaw.
The TBCA (as a member of The Toronto Noise Coalition) has analyzed the proposed new by-law and found that it fails on three key fronts: 1) Key weaknesses in the original by-law remain unchanged; 2) The proposed changes further reduce noise protections; 3) No efforts have been made to strengthen enforcement.
In light of these failures, the Coalition is urging all supporters to attend the upcoming Licensing and Standards Committee meeting on:
Thursday May 19th, 9:30 AM
Committee Room 1, Toronto City Hall
We need your support to show the Committee that the City needs a proper noise by-law that addresses the real concerns of Toronto’s vibrant communities. We cannot allow the City to approve the proposed by-law in its current form. We need to speak up if we want to be heard!
Please share this message with your networks and encourage your friends and family to attend the May 19th meeting.
Please find below an executive summary of the Coalition’s report on the proposed by-law.
Read the full report here.