Friday Jul. 28, 2017

City News

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Toronto - The TTC is pleased to introduce two more accessible bus routes. Starting on Sunday, May 11, the 32 Eglinton West and 307 Eglinton West bus routes will be wheelchair and scooter friendly.
Toronto - Starting on Sunday, May 11, the TTC is introducing 30 service increases on the following 13 bus and streetcar routes to help reduce crowding.
Toronto - The TTC is pleased to announce the following transit service increases to Toronto's favourite summer destinations. These service changes mean faster and more frequent rides to your favourite spots starting on Sunday, May 11.
Toronto - With 8,762 houses sold in the Greater Toronto Area, April’s resale housing activity was down seven per cent from the record 9,452 transactions from the same timeframe a year ago, Toronto Real Estate Board President Maureen O’Neill announced today.
Toronto - Toronto Public Health is using cell phones and hypertag technology to bring its message of Chlamydia prevention and testing to Grade 11 students across the city.
Toronto - The City of Toronto is increasing the number of cameras on Toronto roads over the next two years aimed at catching drivers who do not stop at red lights.
Toronto - Members of the Child Exploitation Section, in conjunction with 51 Division Youth Services, arrested Peter Randall Bernier, 34, of Toronto and Sandra Veloso, 32, of Maple, following a child sexual abuse investigation.
Toronto - The Toronto Police Service and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public's assistance locating a suspect wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.  Leonardo Renato Franco, 19, is described as 5’5”, 170 lbs., short dark hair, medium build. He has the word “PERU” tattooed on his right shoulder.
Toronto - The Toronto Transit Commission is pleased that it was able to achieve a negotiated settlement with its unions today, subject to ratification by all parties, thereby avoiding a strike.
Toronto - The Greater Toronto Area resale housing market saw 3,955 homes change hands in the first half of April, down five per cent from the same time period last year, Toronto Real Estate Board President Maureen O’Neill announced today.
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