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The #CityOfTO is increasing the supply of supportive homes with deeply affordable rents, on-site support and social services, and on public transit. These homes ensure everyone has a warm, safe place to call home. #HomeSweetHome #Toronto #HousingTO
Toronto Elections is hiring! Help deliver Canada's biggest municipal election during advance voting days (Oct 7-14) and election day (Oct 24). To apply, visit… #TOVotes22
Did you know the City offers family golf nights? Every Saturday and Sunday evening at all five #CityOfTO golf courses children under 18 can play nine holes for free with each adult green fee purchased. Learn more here:…
#Didyouknow washing your car at home can cause dirt, oil & other chemicals to enter the catch basin & end up in the Lake? Consider a commercial car wash as alternative - they're required to treat wastewater before it enters the sewer. Learn more at…
Hey #Toronto businesses! Are you already reducing your use of single-use and takeaway items such as coffee cups, straws, utensils and black plastic containers? The #CityOfTO wants to share your story. Complete the survey today at #ReduceWasteTO
Help reduce the number of mosquitoes around your home by emptying standing water from pool covers, toys, buckets, & flower pots. More tips: #WestNileVirus
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Learn how to establish your small business’s web presence and what goes into developing eCommerce capabilities. ➡ Learn more about the #CityOfTO's Web & eCommerce webinars:…
The #CityOfTO is increasing the supply of supportive homes to ensure everyone has a warm, safe place to call home - using innovative modular construction on City-owned land or by acquiring existing hotels or motels. #HomeSweetHome #Toronto #HousingTO
Register below to find out more about the Black Mandated Funding Framework Advisory The session will provide an overview of how to participate on the advisory! #BMFF #CABRTO #Black #Funding #Toronto
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The #CityOfTO is creating affordable home ownership opportunities working with @HabitatGTA & @OptionsforHomes or Inclusionary Zoning in major transit areas - 4,000 new affordable home ownership opportunities by 2030. #HomeSweetHome #Toronto #HousingTO
Here are items that can always go in the Blue Bin: paper and cardboard, steel and aluminum cans, trays and roasting pans, glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles and jugs. Please empty and rinse containers. More tips:
#TrafficAlertTO Queen’s Park, b/w Bloor St W and Queen’s Park Cres is currently reduced to two SB lanes and one NB lane to accommodate Easier Access construction work at Museum Station. Learn more:… City-wide road restrictions map:…
Connect with @cityoftoronto Community Recreation staff to learn about: • jobs available for winter 2023 • interview preparation tips • overview of application process Ask a recruiter! Bring your questions to the session. for dates, times and locations
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Lifeguards fly coloured flags to indicate swimming areas and water conditions. 🟩 Green flag - low hazard 🟨 Yellow flag - moderate hazard 🟥 Red flag - high hazard 🟥🟨 Red-over-yellow flag - supervised swimming area
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Travelling to the Toronto Island this weekend via the ferry? When you arrive at Jack Layton Ferry Terminal this weekend online ticketholders may proceed to wicket 8 and 9. Purchase tickets onsite at wicket 1 through 7. Visit
ICYMI: We'll be at #NationalBankOpen & #WheelsOnTheDanforth providing residents age 5+ with the opportunity to stay up to date with their #COVID19 vaccines. More info:…
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General admission to all 10 Toronto History Museums is permanently free! Plan your visit now:
Toronto’s tastiest tradition is back! Choose from nearly 200 participating restaurants. Running now until August 28th. #liciousto #SeeTorontoNow…
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Bring unwanted items to a Community Environment Day at a Drop-Off Depot in August and September for reuse, recycling and safe disposal. Help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and pick up free compost while you're there. Learn more at:…
There are two types of tickets available for purchase, single-ride or monthly passes. 🎟️ Buy single-ride tickets on the website or in person at Gates 1 - 7 🎟️ Monthly passes are only available for purchase in person at Gate Enjoy your trip!
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Headed to the Island today? 🏝️ Come check out the#TOIslandPlann Pop-Ups and discover all the great things taking shape as part of the Toronto Island Master Plan! Look out for the signs, and scan the QR code to access the Pop-Ups Map. 🤳 Learn more…HYd
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Check out Summer Arts Break at Eglinton Sq. Saturday mornings in August. Presented by @PrologueArts this #CulturalHotspot series celebrates the cultures of the #GoldenMile community through interactive performances.
Did you know the City offers family golf nights? Every Saturday and Sunday evening at all five #CityOfTO golf courses children under 18 can play nine holes for free with each adult green fee purchased. Learn more here:…
A reminder to remove any batteries from items before disposing of them. When batteries are put into your waste bins they can cause fires in collection trucks & at waste facilities. Learn how to safely dispose of batteries & other household hazardous waste:
👋Parents/caregivers: Have a child in grade 7-12 & didn’t receive their routine vaccines? We're holding many school mobile clinics for Meningococcal, Hep B & HPV vaccines over the summer before they head back to school. Learn…3p
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Washing your vehicle this weekend? Keep chemicals, dirt & oil from running into the sewer and Lake. Wash your car on a permeable surface, like gravel where water can be absorbed or use a pail & dispose of contents in a sink where it goes for treatment.…
Toronto has some of the best beaches & are ideal for swimming or just getting your toes wet! When at City beaches, remember: ✔ Swim between the red-over-yellow flags ✔ Stay within arm's reach of children ✔ Swim when lifeguards are on duty More:
Trees can absorb 21 kg of CO2 every year and provide clean oxygen for up to 4 people. Free trees are available through the Community Canopy Program for Toronto residents. Register at
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Popular travel times for the Toronto Island Ferry are between 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. for the return trip. Plan your trip by travelling during less busy days and times. These include: 🛳 Mid-week days 🛳 Early mornings or late
Join the TPL team! We’re hiring for the following positions: -Payroll and Accounting Clerk -Event Associate -Specialist – Data Hub -Truck Driver Apply by August 19. More info:
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TODAY: We'll be at #NationalBankOpen from 11am-8pm, providing residents age 5+ with the opportunity to stay up to date with their #COVID19 vaccines. More info:…
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#CityOfTO is working to have more mixed-income homes built close to transit, using Inclusionary Zoning which requires new residential developments to include affordable housing units, helping those who earn $32-$92K #HomeSweetHome #Toronto #HousingTO
There's a lot to learn when you operate a small business. The #CityOfTO has your back. Along with expert partners, the City offers regular business webinars on the most important aspects of starting your business and making it thrive. ➡ Learn more:…
Get your glow on!… We’re hiring Fitness Instructors and Specialty Fitness Instructors who will lead safe and enjoyable group fitness classes for all ages and abilities. #pilates #yoga #qigong #taichi #cardio
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🎉 Summerlicious is here! Explore Toronto's amazing food culture and savour delicious three-course prix fixe menus at ~200 of the city's favourite restaurants.#LiciousTOO runs from August 12 – 28. Book your reservations today
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Summerlicious starts today at participating restaurants across #Toronto. News release:…
More than two-thirds of eligible residents age 18 and older have had their first #COVID19 vaccine booster. News release:…
Toronto Water conducts CCTV/smoke/dye testing on the sewer system to identify line defects. Staff will not ask residents to provide personal information and will not need to enter homes to conduct this work. If unsure, contact 311 to verify.
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#TrafficAlertTO The intersection of Carleton St and Church St is closed for streetcar track replacement until September 2. This critical work will help to prevent future @TTCnotices delays and keep our infrastructure in a state of good repair.
⏰ Last Chance for 2022 #Awakenings Artist Mentorship ⏰ Applications for the program close Monday. This one-of-a-kind opportunity is open to artists ages 21+ with a focus on projects from the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Apply now at… #TellTheFullStory
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Residents can now book appointments for the monkeypox vaccine at @TOPublicHealth clinics News release:…
Weekend events and road closures for August 13 to 14. News Release:…
Today's power outage caused a tremendous disruption to residents in the downtown core – it should not have happened and I'm thankful this wasn't a much worse situation.
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Together with @HydroOne, we’ve restored the remaining customers in the downtown area. Thanks to everyone for your continued patience today. If you’re still without power, please report to our dispatch team at 416-542-8000 (and press 1).…
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Outage update: Together with Hydro One, we’ve made progress & been able to restore approximately half of all impacted customers. Revised boundaries are: North of Carlton St. to south of Queens Quay E. & York St. east to Bayview Ave.
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Statement from the City of Toronto: power outage affecting downtown. Media Statement:…
Update: Power Restored at St. Lawrence Market Thursday, August 11 Power has been restored at St. Lawrence Market. The Market will remain closed for the rest of the day and will reopen for regular hours of operation tomorrow, Friday, August 12 from 9am-7pm. #DarkTO
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Due to power outages downtown, some parks and recreation facilities are impacted. Splash pads and park lighting, including sports fields and park washrooms, in affected areas may be out of service. We appreciate your patience while work is underway to restore power. @TorontoHydro
The ongoing power outage is affecting several traffic signals in the downtown core. Any signalized intersection without power must be treated as an all-way stop. Please stay alert, patient and watch out for other road users. #DarkTO
@HydroOne If you’re within one the following two approximate areas, your power may be affected: - North of Carlton St. to south of Queens Quay E. & York St. east to Bayview Ave. - North of The Esplanade south to Queens Quay E. & Church St. east to Lower Jarvis St.
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