Archive for June, 2020

INDIE Ale house during construction.

GNC vitamins, supplements store closing, St  Clair & Runnymede Rd, 2555 St Clair Ave West.

 

The local GNC at St  Clair & Runnymede Rd, 2555 St Clair Ave West.

Parts of Eglinton Avenue West are surplus.

NOTICE is given that in accordance with the City’s real estate disposal by-law, on March 23, 2020, a portion of the public highway lands located on Eglinton Avenue West (along the southern property boundary of 2270-2296 Eglinton Avenue West) and legally described as Part Lot 58 Plan 1700 Township of York, Part 1 on PLAN 66R-30983; being part of PIN No. 10491-0485 (LT), was declared surplus. The public highway lands have a total area of approximately 33 m2 ± (355 ft2 ±). The City proposes to invite an offer to purchase the subject lands from the adjacent property owner of 2270-2296Eglinton Avenue West.

The following City official has information about the proposed disposition: Mr. Bruno Iozzo, bruno.iozzo@toronto.ca,Tel: 416-392-8151, Metro Hall, 55 John Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3C6. Enquiries may be made of the said official until July 10, 2020.

For More Information Contact

Real Estate Services
Phone: 416-338-9572
Fax: 416-392-1880

Metro Hall, 2nd Floor
55 John Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 3C6
Canada

Signed By

Ulli S. Watkiss, City Clerk

Date

June 26, 2020

Additional Information

Background Information

Declaration of Surplus Properties – View

Affected Location(s)

2270 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario
M6E 2L4

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Govan Brown Pride days decorations.

Deadline July 1st to apply to city to close streets for childrens play.

 

Opening Neighbourhood Streets for Children’s Play: Results from the StreetPLAY Pilot Program in Toronto

 

 

Deadline July 1st Apply by Wednesday, July 1 to temporarily close off your street to traffic this fall from September 1 through October 31. Learn more here and apply for your permit here.

Pandemonium book store July 2012

John. B. Aird Gallery is delighted to invite you to our GAY GARDENS

John. B. Aird Gallery is delighted to invite you to our 
GAY GARDENS
Online Exhibition/Art Book
Curated by: PATRICK DE COSTE 
Juried: JOWENNE HERRERA & PATRICK DE COSTE

On view: June 26 to July 17 2020

 

Enter Here
 

GAY GARDENS

CAN A GARDEN BE GAY ?  CAN A FLOWER BE LESBIAN ?  CAN A TREE BE LGBTQ2IPA ?

Gay Gardens is curated by Patrick DeCoste. The project's inspiration comes from Carl Linnaeus, a Swedish scientist, who published Systema Naturae in 1735. The book describes his method of naming and classifying plants based on their sexual organs and sexual actions. Society was shocked and embarrassed by the botanical orgies happening in their back yards. A woman has sex with six different men, in the lily flower’s arrangement of pistils and stamens. The virtuous canna is monogamous with one husband and one wife. Ferns and mosses keep their sex organs hidden and their marriages too.

Our jury of Gay Garden experts, Jowenne Herrera and Patrick DeCoste, selected works from various mediums and subjects to be a part of our online garden exhibition/publication. While viewing our Gay Gardens artbook, we highly recommend listening to DeCoste's Gay Gardens soundtrack, “I Beg Your Pardon, I Never Promised You A Rose Garden” by Lynn Anderson.

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Covid-19 cases in the Junction and Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction

Track mounted vertical drill rig at Queen St., East in King Street east by the Don Valley River

The Bauer BG55 Tier 4  550,000 LB track mounted vertical drill rig, a rig tended for large site and projects is used on the tunnelling project for Toronto’s storm water mediation project on June 25th 2020.