Road Closures and Restrictions for WE Day Toronto

Road Closures and Restrictions for WE Day Toronto

Bremner Boulevard between York Street and Lake Shore Boulevard will be closed Tuesday, September 26th from 7:00 am to Friday, September 29th at 3:00 am, but local parking garages will the accessible.

There will also be lane restrictions on Bremner Boulevard, Bay Street, Blue Jays Way, Grand Trunk Crescent, Front Street and The Esplanade September 26th to September 28th from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Source: | Road Closures and Restrictions for WE Day Toronto


Spokechella 2017

Spokehaus in collaboration with CPRA hosted SpokeCHELLA in Canoe Landing Park on Friday, September 22nd, 2017, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm.

Proceeds from the event will go directly to programs and initiatives at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation.


CityPlace Terry Fox Run a Success

CityPlace Terry Fox Run a Success
by Matthew Thomas @NBAPOV
Journalism Student & Aspiring Sports Writer
September 19, 2017

This past Sunday marked the fourth annual CityPlace Terry Fox Run at Canoe Landing Park. The event was a huge success, raising a best $16,000+ towards progressive cancer research and attracting over 250 participants..

The weather was beautiful and the neighbourhood was out in full force on Sunday morning. As usual, the event started with some energizing morning Yoga lead by Tribe Fitness. The warm-up was followed by a 5km run/walk. Local partners within the community such as Jimmy’s Coffee and Myodetox provided some much needed post-run refreshments and therapy.

Event Organizer, Sal Chaudhry stated, “There is nothing quite like a great-cause bringing the community together. We can’t wait to build on our success next year.”

Way to go CityPlace!

Photo Credits: Laura Rossi Photography


Public Meeting on the Future of the Rail Corridor Site

Public Meeting on the Future of the Rail Corridor Site

Date: Monday, September 25th, 2017
Time: 6:00-8:30 pm
Location: City Hall, Council Chambers and members Lounge, 100 Queen St. W.

“This is the second public meeting regarding the City-initiated Official Plan Amendments for the rail corridor between Bathurst Street and Blue Jays Way. The purpose of this meeting is to offer the public the opportunity to learn more about the project and provide feedback to City staff on the emerging vision and draft Official Plan Amendment. The event will begin with an Open House at 6:00 pm and a presentation at 6:30 pm. A question and answer period will follow the presentation.

This City-initiated amendment to the Toronto Official Plan proposes a new planning framework to support a large park over the rail corridor between Bathurst Street and Blue Jays Way (“Rail Deck Park”). The proposed planning framework envisions a vibrant, sustainable, and accessible park for all Torontonians, and will address land use, public realm improvements, connectivity, and servicing, among other matters. The City-initiated amendments will include updates to the Railway Lands West, Central, and East Secondary Plans.

Public consultation is an important part of the planning process for the rail corridor and Rail Deck Park. We look forward to hearing your input on this important city building initiative. You can find more information at the following website:”

Download September 25 Meeting Notice pdf file


Engaging Toronto Planning Review Panel on Parks and Land Use Above the Rail Corridor

Engaging Toronto Planning Review Panel on Parks and Land Use Above the Rail Corridor

The CityPlace Residents Association was invited to attend the Toronto Planning Review Panel meeting on Saturday, September 16, 2017 to provide some perspectives on Parks and Land Use Above the Rail Corridor

Here are the three main points we framed our perspectives around:

  • The need for parkland near CityPlace and around the Rail Corridor in general
  • How a park could be used to connect different neighbourhoods, as well as serve people in nearby offices, etc.
  • How the site can serve all Torontonians, not just those in neighbouring areas


Ceremonial Ground Breaking – Block 31

Ceremonial Ground Breaking – Block 31

On Wednesday, September 13th, 2017, there was the ceremonial ground breaking ceremony in CityPlace Canoe Landing Park for the Bishop Macdonell Catholic School and Jean Lumb Public School, Daycare Space, and the Canoe Landing Community Centre! We were made to understand that Fall 2019 is the expected completion date.


Movie Night in Canoe Landing Park

CityPlace Picks ‘Princess Bride’ as final movie for Summer 2017

Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Time: 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Location: Canoe Landing Park, 95 Fort York Blvd

Join the CityPlace Fort York BIA for movie night selected by the residents of CityPlace Fort York. Gather your friends and family, and come a little early to enjoy the night!

Look forward to seeing you there.


Textile Diversion in CityPlace

Textile Diversion in CityPlace

The following buildings in CityPlace currently have a Diabetes Canada Textile Diversion Bin available for textile diversion:

10 Navy Wharf Court

25 Capreol Court

35 Mariner Terrace

5 Mariner Terrace

3 Navy Wharf Court

75 Queens Wharf Road

170 Fort York Blvd

The goal is to have a full textile diversion program in our vertical neighbourhood, with all new and existing towers in CityPlace participating, which will further the goal toward each building supporting textile diversion, environmental sustainability and zero waste initiatives.

The attached information including fact sheets and letter to condominium corporations are part of our efforts to move this initiative forward.

CityPlace Letter to Property Manager and Board Members

CityPlace used clothing and textile recycling program fact sheet

To engage residents on textile diversion initiatives, Diabetes Canada participated in CityPlace community events and festivals including our Zone Swap, Earth Day event and Cityfest!

Highrise Communities Celebrate Earth Day

Recycling & Garbage City of Toronto

To learn more about this initiative, please contact us at


Metrolinx: Construction Activity Update

Metrolinx: Construction Activity Update: Signal Modernization Work Between Simcoe Street and Jarvis Street

“Work will continue between Simcoe Street to Jarvis Street from Monday September 4 to Monday September 11 from 8 pm to 6 am

I’ll keep you all posted on any new developments and, as always, if you have any questions please let me know.

As well, to give you all a better look at the work going into completing our signal modernization project, I wanted to share with you some pictures that we recently had taken around Scott Street. These photos show workers preparing and using a vacuum truck to excavate and install conduit around the Scott Street Power Distribution Module.

Michael Paolucci
Community Relations and Issues Specialist – RER”

Download Signal Modernization Notice pdf file



The CPRA was pleased to participate in Cityfest 2017! It was a success.

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