Archive for January, 2019

Babbet metal in Parkdale

2% sales tax report 4 Toronto link.

TTC wants to go conjoin the junction 40 bus for you and Lambton 30, or in other words moving part of the the Lambton 30, to the Junction 40 route.

Text from the TTC

40 JUNCTION

Currently, buses operate along Dundas Street West between Runnymede Loop (on the northwest corner of Runnymede Road and Dundas Street West) and Dundas West Station.

The TTC proposes operating two branches of the route:

  • 40A branch: Buses operate along Dundas Street West between Kipling and Dundas West stations.
  • 40B branch: Buses operate along Dundas Street West between Jane Street and Dundas West Station. At Jane, buses would loop along Jane, St. Clair Avenue West and Runnymede Road.

Buses operating along both branches would replace current 30 Lambton service west of Runnymede.

30 LAMBTON

Currently, buses operate along Dundas Street West between Kipling Station and High Park Avenue, then along High Park Avenue and High Park Station. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from mid-May to Labour Day, the TTC extends the path so that buses operate into High Park. 

The TTC proposes operating buses only between Runnymede Loop (on the northwest corner of Runnymede Road and Dundas Street West) and High Park Station. Buses would continue to operate into High Park late-spring and summer weekends.
Buses operating along the 40 Junction route would replace 30 Lambton service west of Runnymede.

Gord Perks tweet on new building in Toronto, being build outside of regs.

Many small/medium developers, meaning those building low and medium rise, get giddy regularly on Toronto lack of council duty to correct development for residential buildings.

Much of the new condo stock purchases in the city are for investment with airbub or high cost rental not for the purchasers use as a home.

Reading any of the Crain’s publishing company’s city business newspapers, Chicago, New York, Detroit, clearly shows what can be done when cities enforce their building and land use codes.

Need prof ask your Uber delivery person about condo use for airbub and high end rentals.

Earth Hour is March 30th, Candlelight Walkers effort.

Earth Hour is  March 30th 2019 8:30 – 9:30.pm 

The Candlelight Walkers are celebrating indoors from now on….

INVITE US TO YOUR EVENT

Let’s make Toronto’s Ward 4  of Parkdale -High Park

Canada’s leaders in Earth Hour Participation

Parkdale High Park   416 801-0103 (KK) 

St Johns Rd public space, moves into it’s ten year.

St. Johns Road as a combined with Dundas St West just 10 years ago ended with with two inflow roadways, a group of people along with an city Council member Bill Sandercook, worked to remove one of the roadway inflows to create a public space. A gazebo various rocks and places to sit, along with pleasant surfacing were created.

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Arif Virni, this Saturday, January 26, Town Hall on Seniors

Arif Virni, this Saturday, January 26 from 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. at the Parkdale Intercultural Association (1365 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON, M6K 1M1) for a Town Hall on Seniors with the Honourable Filomena Tassi, federal Minister of Seniors!
 Those interested in attending may register with my office via phone at 416-769-5072 or via email here at Arif.Virani@parl.gc.ca.
 

Industry and water access to most likely reasons the city of Toronto need to annex the Junction.

View the area to the right of the red line the area to the left coloured gray is the Junction, Which is highly prosperous industrial area and the new commissioned water system.

Electronic Waste Collection Saturday, January 26, 2019, 10 am – 2 pm Annette Library, 145 Annette St. (outside)

Electronic Waste Collection

Saturday, January 26, 2019, 10 am – 2 pm
Annette Library, 145 Annette St. (outside)