Friday Jul. 28, 2017

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City of Toronto Press Releases

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Toronto - Together with Toronto Mayor David Miller, Microsoft Canada launched the Rexdale Pro Tech Media Centre in Jamestown - one of 13 priority neighbourhood areas identified by the City of Toronto for focused support and investment on July 3, 2007.
Toronto - The fifth edition of Toronto’s ever-popular restaurant promotion, Summerlicious presented by American Express, begins Friday, July 6.  The public can take advantage of incredible value through exclusive prix fixe menus offered at 130 of Toronto’s top dining establishments.
Toronto - On Monday, July 9, federal and provincial partners will join with the City of Toronto to launch the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI). This new index rates the level of local air pollution based on the risk to human health.
Toronto - The City of Toronto officially launched the heating of four indoor pools using solar energy on July 6, 2007. The solar pool heating systems are the largest municipally-owned installations in Canada, and are heating pools at three of the City's recreation centres.
Toronto - “It is a truly sad day in the city of Toronto. Today we mourn the loss of Mr. Toronto, Ed Mirvish; a man who can only be described as a local hero" said Mayor Miller.  In honour of Ed Mirvish, the City of Toronto will lower the flags to half mast at City Hall and the civic centres on Friday, July 13.
Toronto - Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone (Ward 19, Trinity Spadina) was on hand yesterday at City Hall to accept Toronto’s new designation as Canada’s first LED City.
Toronto - Toronto Public Health is investigating an outbreak of E.coli 0157 among individuals who attended a picnic in Scarborough's Morningside Park on July 1. Several hundred people attended the event, which was a reunion for the Punqudutivu Students Association of Sri Lanka.
Toronto - The City of Toronto’s Bicycle Safety Partnership has received the 2006 Road Safety Achievement Award from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation for its 2006 Kids CAN-BIKE Camp. Councillor Adrian Heaps, chair of the City’s Cycling Committee, will present the award to Toronto City Council at its meeting on Tuesday, July 17.
Toronto - With City Council’s unanimous passage of the first phase of Toronto’s Climate Change, Clean Air and Sustainable Energy Action Plan last night, Toronto is poised to implement the most ambitious environmental plan in North America.
Toronto - The WoodbineLive! development is expected to generate approximately 10,000 jobs across a variety of economic sectors, including the construction industry, office services and the entertainment, hotel, hospitality and retail sectors.

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