Saturday Dec. 16, 2017

Community News

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Toronto - Following Council’s approval in July 2007, the City of Toronto has implemented two new policies within the People, Dogs and Parks Strategy that governs the use of Toronto parks, green spaces and waterfront areas by dog owners and commercial dog walkers.
Toronto - The City of Toronto’s Streets to Homes program is one of the finalists for the 2007/08 World Habitat Awards, making it one of the world’s finest examples of housing projects that deliver practical and innovative ways to house people.
Toronto - Toronto Reference Library, a cultural centre at the heart of the city, today began a revitalization project that will transform the library over the next five years. This is the first significant renovation to the library since it opened in 1977. The library will remain open during construction.
Toronto - As part of its Keep Toronto Reading festival of books and culture, Toronto Public Library is proud to announce Consolation, by Michael Redhill, as the selection for Toronto's first annual Keep Toronto Reading One Book program.
Toronto - The City of Toronto wrapped up its 2007 employee campaign for the United Way today, presenting a cheque for $1.13 million to the United Way of Greater Toronto. The presentation was made at a recognition event for volunteers who played prominent roles in the Toronto Public Service’s fundraising effort.
Toronto - Today, youth from the Lawrence Heights community presented Then and Now: A Digital Imaging Project, featuring their representations of their changing community.
Toronto - COSTI’s Centre for Internationally Trained Professionals & Tradespeople will hold its Annual Networking Event on Wednesday, December 5, 2007, to recognize the accomplishments of over 100 internationally trained professionals who have completed the program and have now found employment in their field of training.

54 Division Annual Toy Drive

Toronto - The Toronto Police Service, 54 Division, is once again holding their annual “Christmas Toy Drive”.  Donations of new and unwrapped toys for children, aged newborn to 15, can be dropped off anytime until Sunday, December 18, 2007, at the front desk of 54 Division, 41 Cranfield Road.
Toronto - Toronto Public Library is expanding wireless internet service to 19 new library locations starting this week.  Toronto Public Library is grateful for funding provided by Citizenship and Immigration Canada for the expansion of wireless internet service.
Toronto - Toronto Public Library is pleased to announce its inaugural First & Best booklist: a selection of the best of 2007 Canadian children's books for children from birth to five. 
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