Wednesday Oct. 18, 2017

Community News

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Toronto - The City of Toronto wants to add diversity to Toronto’s street food menu offered by street vendors, and has taken steps to encourage and regulate the sale of a variety of tasty food alternatives to hotdogs and sausages. In an effort to gauge interest in an expanded street food menu, the City invites the public to fill out a short online survey.
On March 29 at 8 p.m., Toronto will join cities around the world and turn off their lights for Earth Hour to raise awareness about climate change. To celebrate this global call to action, people are invited to come to a concert at Nathan Phillips Square during Earth Hour.

Banks Bowl for Kids Sake!

Toronto - On Saturday, March 29th Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBST) of Toronto will celebrate the annual Bowl For Kids Sake (BFKS) Bank Day with over 800 bowlers from BMO, CIBC, RBC, Scotia Bank and TD.
Toronto - On Sunday, March 23, 2008, at 2 p.m., the Toronto Beaches Lions Club will hold their annual Beaches Easter Parade. The parade organizers are anticipating 2,000 participants, 13 floats, 16 trucks, 15 automobiles, 15 motorcycles, 36 bicycles, 16 bands, two mounted horses, and 100 additional animals.
Toronto - The Green Toronto Awards’ panel of judges has selected 33 finalists from among more than 120 nominations for the City of Toronto’s environmental awards of excellence. The finalists were selected on the basis of their environmental leadership, achievements and overall contribution to a clean, green and healthy Toronto.
Toronto - On Monday, March 17, Canada Blooms will donate 600 flowerpots to seniors living in Bendale Acres, one of the City’s Homes for the Aged, and in the community. Procter’s Cartage Ltd. will donate their trucking services to help deliver the flowerpots.
Toronto - Mayor David Miller launched the Mobile City Youth photography contest, along with Rita Davies, Executive Director, Toronto Culture, Corrado Paina, Executive Director, Italian Chamber of Commerce of Toronto, and youth associated with the contest.

Helping Girls Make Healthy Choices

Toronto - In March as we celebrate International Women’s Week and Canada’s Nutrition Month, the Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds program continues to help girls transition into women who make healthy eating, self-esteem and physical activity choices.
Toronto - International Women’s Day has become a global day of recognition to celebrate the collective power of women past, present and future. It is celebrated across the world on March 8 and is an important opportunity to address the social, economic and political barriers, as well as inspire women and celebrate their achievements. This year’s Canadian theme is “Strong Women: Strong World.”

Toronto - Toronto Public Library invites artists to submit their work for possible exhibition at ten Toronto Public Library branch locations during the July 2008 to June 2009 exhibit season.

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