Toronto is reviewing some Bylaws 

February 22, 2019 


Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw Review February 28, 2019, 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall, Committee Room 3 The aim of the review is to discuss potential improvements to the Clothing Drop Boxes Bylaw to ensure that clothing drop boxes remain safe and maintained. More information: http://ow.ly/SqGe30nItzE Body Rub Parlours and Holistic Centres Bylaw Review March 4 – March 19, 2019 The aim of the review is to update the licensing bylaw to promote public health and safety, as well as effective oversight and enforcement. There will be four public consultations and five stakeholder meetings. More information: http://ow.ly/zPdw30nGZC8 Vehicle-For Hire Bylaw Review March 4 – March 19, 2019 The aim of the review is to discuss potential updates to the bylaw for taxicabs, limousines and private transportation companies, such as Facedrive, Lyft and Uber.  There will be nine public consultations, each focused on a specific area of the bylaw. Topics to be discussed include accessibility, vehicle equipment and public safety. More information: toronto.ca/vehicleforhirereview 

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From Toronto Police Services, 53 Division 

Crime Prevention Constable Timothy Somers reports …

Automated Speed Enforcement coming to Avenue Road 

Coming soon to Avenue Road southbound …

Canada Square Launches Web Site 

Long talked about new massive re-development …

Ice Cream Drop-By 

Saturday, September 12, 2020 …

Canada Square – Project Update Meeting – Aug. 17/20 on Zoom 

A Zoom meeting to learn more about this is open to you …