Jean Lumb Public School Information Session

Jean Lumb Public School Information Session

Jean Lumb Public School, serving students Kindergarten to Grade 8, will be opening in 2019 at the Canoe Landing Community Facility!

Along with local trustees and senior staff from the Toronto District School Board, our Concord CityPlace presentation centre will host an information session on Jan 31, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm and school information will be available for pick up.

For parents who will be attending, child care services will be available during the seminar!
Please register for the information session at:

Concord CityPlace Presentation Centre
23 Spadina Avenue
6:00PM – Doors open.

6:30PM – Presentations with Q&A begins
8:30PM – Presentations conclude



Foodshare Toronto Good Food Market

Shop FoodShareTO Good Food Market, Jan 24, 5-7pm, 150 Dan Leckie Way 3rd Fl Community Kitchen

The Good Food Market is being held on Wednesday January 24th at 150 Dan Leckie Way, 3rd Floor Community Kitchen, 5pm – 7pm. Items include: reasonably priced fresh produce, out-of-this-world gourmet sausages and jerk sauce, and baked goods.

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Public Consultations for York St and Rees St Parks

Public Consultations for York St and Rees St Parks
Monday, January 22, 2018
Drop-in Hours – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Presentations – 7:00-7:45 pm
Harbourfront Centre 235 Queens Quay West

If you are unable to attend this community consultation, please consider sharing your feedback through this brief survey called “How to Make a Great Park.”
Complete the survey here:
For more information, please contact


Block 31 Construction Updates

Block 31 Updates

Attached is the monthly construction update for Block 31 (The Canoe Landing Park Community Recreation Centre, Schools and Daycare Facility) provided to the CityPlace Residents Association by the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Department.

January 2018 Block 31 Ratepayer Update 4

December 2017 Block 31 Ratepayer Update 3

November 2017 Block 31 Ratepayer Update 2

October 2017 Block 31 Ratepayer Update 1


MPP Han Dong New Year Levee

MPP Han Dong New Year Levee

Our local MPP Han Dong office has shared the following: On January 20, from 1-4 pm, come out to the Fort York Visitor’s Centre at 250 Fort York Blvd for MPP Dong’s 4th Annual New Year’s Levee!
We’ve got:
– Free food and hot beverages
– Skating along the Bentway
– An immersive historical experience in Fort York
– Kids creative corner where children can make their own Valentines Day cards
Families can bring their own skates or rent on site!

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Canada Summer Jobs Program

Canada Summer Jobs Program – Deadline to Apply is on February, 2, 2018
Details are available online at

Article Source:
Get funding to hire young Canadians for summer jobs in 2018

Employers can now submit funding applications for Canada Summer Jobs 2018

GATINEAU, QC, Dec. 19, 2017 /CNW/ – Canada’s future prosperity depends on young Canadians getting the education and experience they’ll need to succeed in their careers, keeping our economy growing and our middle class thriving.

Today, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, announced that the employer application period for the 2018 Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program is now open. Small businesses with 50 or fewer employees, not-for-profit employers and public sector organizations that can provide quality summer jobs for students are invited to apply for funding from the Government of Canada to hire students for next summer.

The Canada Summer Jobs program creates summer job opportunities for full-time students aged 15 to 30, allowing them to develop their skills, get meaningful work experience and earn money to pay for next year’s tuition.

Employers are invited to submit applications that complement this year’s national priorities:

  • Employers who intend to hire youth who are in underrepresented groups, including new immigrant youth/refugees,
  • Indigenous youth, youth with disabilities and visible minorities;
  • Small businesses, in recognition of their contribution to the creation of jobs;
  • Organizations that support opportunities for official language minority communities;
  • Organizations that provide services and/or supports the LGBTQ2 community; and
  • Organizations that provide opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT), particularly for women.

    Employers are encouraged to submit a 2018 Canada Summer Jobs funding application online by February 2, 2018. For more information and to apply for funding, please visit or visit a Service Canada Centre.


Public Consultations on Toronto Development Charges

Public Consultations on Toronto Development Charges

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The Bentway Opening Weekend

New year. New space. New site. #ReimagineWinter at The Bentway and experience the fun this season can bring.

Join The Bentway Opening Weekend

Jan 6 – Official Opening

Jan 7 – Mayor’s Skate Party


Bathurst Street (south of Front Street) Road Bridge Rehabilitation and Pedestrian Bridge Replacement

Bathurst St Bridge Repairs

Bathurst Street (south of Front Street) Road Bridge Rehabilitation and Pedestrian Bridge Replacement.

Expected Start Date: January 8 2018
Expected End Date: August 31 2018

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Public Open House on the Proposed Downtown Plan

Public Open House on the Proposed Downtown Plan


Download TOcore December 2 Meeting Notice

Date: December 2, 2017
Time: Drop in between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Presentations at 10:15 a.m., 11:45 a.m. & 1:00 p.m.
Location: YWCA Toronto, 87 Elm Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G 0A8

The City of Toronto is holding an open house on the proposed Downtown Plan, where you can drop by to gather information, speak with staff and share comments.

The proposed Downtown Plan will serve as a blueprint to guide growth in the heart of Toronto and the development of infrastructure to support it over the next 25 years. The Plan seizes on the opportunities that come with intensification, while addressing the challenges often associated with growth. To guide implementation, the Downtown Plan will include five supporting Infrastructure Strategies that address parks and public realm, mobility, community services and facilities, energy, and water.

This open house will provide an overview of the proposed Downtown Plan and the five Infrastructure Strategies. Please drop in at any time, share your thoughts, and learn more about how the plan for our growing Downtown will improve liveability for all Torontonians.

For more information and to take our online survey on the Plan:

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