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Consultation regarding how to reduce single-use and takeaway items – October 2, 2018

The City of Toronto is undertaking consultation to help inform future decisions regarding reducing single-use and takeaway items. You are invited to learn more about this topic, ask questions and share feedback at in-person event, via live-webcast, webinar, or through an online survey. Please circulate and share this information with your networks.

IN-PERSON EVENT + WEBCAST
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Open house 6 – 7pm
Presentation & questions 7 – 8:30pm
BMO Conference Centre & Education Centre. 60 Leonard Ave (Bathurst Street and Dundas Street)
RSVP to attend.
Webcast: toronto.ca/wastestrategy

WEBINAR
Thursday, October 4, 2018
2 – 3 p.m.
RSVP to receive a link to this event.

Comments will be accepted until October 28, 2018. The same information will be presented on both dates.

If you are unable to participate and would like to comment, please contact: wastestrategy@toronto.ca | 416-392-3760

Public meeting locations are wheelchair accessible. Please email Robyn.Shyllit@toronto.ca one week in advance to arrange additional accommodation.

Invitations to stakeholder specific meetings will be sent in subsequent communications.

More information: www.toronto.ca/wastestrategy

 

Consultation regarding how to reduce single-use and takeaway items – October 2, 2018

The City of Toronto is undertaking consultation to help inform future decisions regarding reducing single-use and takeaway items. You are invited to learn more about this topic, ask questions and share feedback at in-person event, via live-webcast, webinar, or through an online survey. Please circulate and share this information with your networks. IN-PERSON EVENT + WEBCAST Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Open house 6 – 7pm Presentation & questions 7 – 8:30pm BMO Conference Centre & … Read moreConsultation regarding how to reduce single-use and takeaway items – October 2, 2018

Grand Opening of Manor Community Green

Doubling the Fun on Manor Road   Councillor Josh Matlow worked with the neighbourhood to retain most of the Glebe Manor Bowling Club’s green space from development and consulted with the community to make this park a reality. On Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 Councillor Matlow invited the community celebrate with a game of Bocce Ball! SERRA is looking for volunteers to help set up a Bocce league for our local residents. Please contact us at serra@southeglinton.ca if … Read moreGrand Opening of Manor Community Green

Grand Opening Celebration of the new Mona Piper Playground

On Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 Councillor Josh Matlow invited the community to celebrate the grand opening of the Mona Piper Playground at the corner of Manor Rd. and Forman Ave., located beside Manor Road United Church. The new playground was named in honour of Mona Piper, who was the longest serving crossing guard in the City of Toronto, and someone who helped kids cross safely for 43 years near Maurice Cody School. Mona Piper made our … Read moreGrand Opening Celebration of the new Mona Piper Playground

Have your say! Take the City of Toronto Parkland Survey.

The City of Toronto has a 20-year Parkland Strategy that will be used to help guide the long-term planning for new parks and expanding or improving access to existing parks. This Parkland Strategy will be used to prioritize initiatives and guide decision-making regarding parks and green-space. Residents are invited complete a survey to share their ideas about the City’s parkland priorities for the future. Click here to take the survey. The survey has been extended and … Read moreHave your say! Take the City of Toronto Parkland Survey.