Monday Nov. 20, 2017

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Toronto - Councillor Maria Augimeri and representatives of the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority will join local youth to celebrate the end of season of the Urban Farm and the official opening of Braeburn House on August 31st.
Toronto - Beginning this Saturday, September 1, homeowners and tenants who violate Toronto’s Pesticide Bylaw will now be subject to fines ranging from $255 to $5,000.
Toronto - Toronto Public Health is reporting the City’s first human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) for 2007.  Toronto Public Health was advised of a 56-year-old male resident from midtown Toronto diagnosed with WNV. The individual has not become ill.
Toronto - Provincial candidates will be permitted to erect election signs across the city of Toronto starting Monday, September 10, the day the writ of the election is issued.
Toronto - Michael Redhill, a poet, playwright, novelist and a previous nominee was named the winner of the 2007 Toronto Book Awards for his novel “Consolation”, published by Doubleday Canada.
Toronto - The Toronto Public Service will launch its 2007 campaign for the United Way of Greater Toronto on Nathan Phillips Square on Tuesday, September 11. City employees will compete in a talent show called City Singers. Celebrity guests/judges include Michael “Pinball” Clemons of the Toronto Argonauts and Tyrone Gabriel of the Nylons, among others.
Toronto - Toronto Public Health is distributing information to parents about a new vaccination program to protect young women from Human Papillomavirus (HPV), a common virus that can cause cervical cancer and genital warts.
Toronto - City of Toronto staff will be joined by Toronto Police in an effort to reduce the number of vehicles left idling during a five-day blitz that started yesterday and ends Friday, September 21.
Toronto - History comes to life at Fort York National Historic Site beginning Thursday, September 20 with the opening of “The Fort at York,” a site-specific play about the night before the Battle of York. The show runs evenings at 8 p.m. until Saturday, October 13.

Toronto Public Health Rabies Update

Toronto - Toronto Public Health has located the woman who brought an injured bat to the Toronto Wildlife Centre on September 4, 2007. Through investigation with that individual, health officials have determined that another woman also came into contact with the bat at a bus stop at the corner of Jane St. and Lawrence Ave. W. during the afternoon of September 3. This woman is urged to contact Toronto Public Health immediately, as the bat has tested positive for rabies.

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