Metrolinx Track Resurfacing

Metrolinx Track Resurfacing

It looks like @Metrolinx is doing ongoing track resurfacing at Bathurst St-Peter St rail corridor. We received several notices and these are included here.

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Food Share Toronto Good Food Markets

Shop Food Share Toronto Good Food Market, November 1, 5-7pm, 150 Dan Leckie Way 3rd Fl Community Kitchen

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Shop the Good Food Market
Because you care about what you eat. And what you pay.

Wednesday November 1st, 5:00 PM -7:00 PM
150 Dan Leckie Way, 3RD Floor Community Kitchen

Our almost-famous Monthly Market – the Good Food Market – is back!
We have mountains of fresh and fabulous produce (some local), tasty artisanal sausages from the Urban Swine, and hella-hot jerk sauce from Chef Buoyardy! Some samples will be available. It’s first come, first served!

• Best prices on fresh and nutritious produce in the district
• Free to attend. Cash and carry only.
• Brought to you by FoodShare Toronto
• Contact for more details

Michele Blackwood
Good Food Box Co-Coordinator
150 Dan Leckie Way Toronto, ON


Urban Demographics

Urban Demographics

How does CityPlace demographics fit into the 2016 census tract equation? The Toronto Star has reported and created a an interactive map on its website that shows the increasing diversity of our neighbourhood’s millennials. The article and interactive map can be accessed online at


CityPlace Kids Halloween Crawl

CityPlace Kids Halloween 2017

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Poster Map of Participating CityPlace Towers and Businesses – CityPlace Kids Halloween Crawl

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Several additional venues not indicated on the map are also participating including:

Re/Max City Accord Realty Inc – 17 Capreol Ct

Fox & Fiddle Restaurant – 17 Fort York Blvd

Optima – 81 Navy Wharf Ct

Matrix – 361/373 Front St W

Beanfield – Possible pop up Trick or Treat Maze along the route of the CityPlace Kids Halloween Crawl

CAFE – 66 Fort York Blvd (See Poster)


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The Ground Floor Choir at Jumblies Theatre

The Ground Floor Choir

This is a friendly reminder that the Ground Floor Choir is starting up again on Wednesday October 11th at 6:30pm. Please come back or join us for the first time – everyone welcome! We need all singers to prepare for a fun first performance on Thursday, October 19th.

You are welcome to simply arrive on Wednesday; we will have snacks and music ready for you. If you prefer, you can reach out ahead of time to or call us at The Ground Floor 416-203-8428 with any questions.

Hope to see you there!
All of our workshops are free and everyone is welcome. The Ground Floor Studio is wheelchair accessible.

As always, we aim to offer barrier-free arts programming. If there is anything we can do to help you access our workshops, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

The Ground Floor Studio, located at
132 Fort York Blvd. Toronto, Ontario.

Information Source: Jumblies Theatre


SmartTrack Public Meeting for Spadina-Front Station

SmartTrack Public Meeting Details

Public Meeting and information session for SmartTrack Spadina-Front Station
Date: Thursday, October 12
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm, Presentation begins at 7:00 pm
Location: Bloor Collegiate Institute, 1141 Bloor Street W.

For more information, and to submit online comments, please visit and
City of Toronto
tel: 416-338-2848
fax: 416-392-1591
tel: 416-202-5589


CityPlace Autumn Festival

CityPlace Autumn Festival

Join us at a special edition of the CityPlace Autumn Festival at the Concord Presentation Centre, 23 Spadina Ave on Saturday, October 7th, 2017 from 10:00 am-5:00 pm.

This event will be one of our seasonal Fall activities celebrating our community through food, crafts, and lots of free family friendly activities.


Intersection and Road Closure: Harbour/York St at Bay St

Construction Update: Harbour/York St at Bay St

Construction activity continues along Harbour Street as we work to rebuild the roadway from three to four lanes. Starting on Friday, October 6 at 9:00 P.M. the intersection at Bay Street will be closed for reconstruction until Tuesday, October 10 at 5:00 A.M. Traffic along Harbour Street will be diverted at York Street to go north and southbound.

The intersection at HARBOUR STREET and BAY STREET will be completely closed to traffic, pedestrians and cyclists.This work will take place from 9:00 p.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th to 5:00 a.m. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10th. Work will take place throughout the entire long weekend including overnight.

On Saturday, October 7th from 9:00 P.M. to 12:01 A.M. one lane on Harbour Street will be temporarily opened to allow vehicle traffic to access the Bay Street on-ramp to the eastbound Gardiner Expressway. This is will help move the large volumes of vehicles expected after the Toronto Maple Leafs home opener.


Traffic Management: Access along Harbour Street will be affected as follows:
• Full closure of the intersection at Bay Street and Harbour Street with no through-traffic.
• Eastbound traffic will be diverted at York Street to go north or south bound, and then eastbound on Front or Queens Quay, respectively.
• The eastbound Rees Street on-ramp will be open at all times.
• Westbound lanes on Lake Shore Boulevard West will remain open.
• Through eastbound traffic to downtown is encouraged to take Gardiner Expressway to Jarvis Street and enter downtown from Jarvis during this closure.

Efforts have been made to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users and residents. Road users should expect delays and increased traffic on nearby main and side streets.

Overnight Work Hours: Work will take place 24-hours a day for the entire weekend. The contractor will use extended work hours to minimize traffic disruption and congestion.

Be advised, that overnight work will involve loud noise, such as concrete saw cutting, concrete grinding and concrete removal (e.g. tools and machinery), placing concrete into trucks (banging) and beeping trucks backing-up. This type of work can be expected the first half of the weekend. This noise will not be as disruptive as the ramp demolition work that was delivered this past spring.

There will be periods when very little activity is taking place due to freshly poured concrete curing in the roadway.

TTC Service: This closure will affect the 6 Bay route.
visit for detour information and see pole cards on affected stops.

Pedestrian Access: Due to the nature of the work and for safety reasons, pedestrians will not be able to use the sidewalks within the construction area. Signage will be placed ahead of the intersection to notify pedestrians to use adjacent streets to move north and south.

Alternate Cycle Routes: The cycle tracks on Bay Street will be closed through the intersection. Signage will be posted ahead of the closure to alert cyclists to use alternate routes on Lower Simcoe and Queens Quay. The Lake Shore Boulevard West multi-use trail remains closed from Rees Street to York Street for the duration of construction. Signs for cyclists will be posted directing them to the Martin Goodman Trail on Queens Quay West.

Road, Sidewalk and Driveway Access: In order to complete the work in a safe manner, there will be road and sidewalk restrictions within the construction area.

Driveway and Laneway Access: Laneways that serve businesses and residences in the area will remain accessible for access, deliveries and service.


Metrolinx: Construction Activity Update

Union Station Rail Corridor Track Maintenance

Metrolinx is committed to updating our neighbours along the Union Station Rail Corridor (USRC) and are writing to provide you with information regarding some upcoming construction.

We are completing the replacement of rail on the Union Station Rail Corridor from Bathurst Street to Peter Street. Work is scheduled to take place Thursday September 28 to Friday September 29 and Monday October 2 to Thursday October 5 from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m

Please note: For the purposes of safety, work times are subject to appropriate weather conditions.

We recognize that this work can be disruptive to residents and we are doing our best to carry out this essential construction with the least disruption possible.
Tracks must be taken out of service to complete this work and as a result this work can only be carried out during off-peak times, when there is less train traffic. Nearby residents may notice some activity from power tools and equipment movement during this time.

If you have any questions, or would like to be included on future communications, please do not hesitate to contact me at 416-202- 4425 or

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