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City's 311 hotline has seen an increase of suicide calls

Power outages and downed tree limbs after the ice storm of 2013, residents without water for days on end following the deep freeze of 2015. These are the kind of crises that drive up calls to 311, the city hotline that typically deals with more mundane complaints, about garbage pickup, broken traffic lights and potholes. 1,248 more words

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BFCA community newsletter submission: March 2014

Dear Neighbour:

It has been very busy at City Hall in the New Year. City Council passed the 2014 Budget, Toronto Water is installing new automated water meters in the Ward, City Council is reviewing the island airport expansion proposal and the future of the aging Gardiner Expressway continues to be debated. 307 more words

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BFCA community newsletter submission: January 2014

Dear Neighbour:

I would like to wish you and your family a Happy New Year. I would also like to extend festive greetings to those of you who celebrate Chinese New Year. 342 more words

Toronto

Rob Ford cleared to work one to two days a week as he recovers from cancer surgery

TORONTO — Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford has been cleared to work one or two days a week as he continues his recovery from cancer surgery. 117 more words

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The financial and environmental cost of littering

By:  Richard

Litter makes our city look dirty and it also costs you, the taxpayer, over $10 million a year to clean up. While the City of Toronto has earmarked funds for litter and waste collection in its annual budget, everyone has a social responsibility to help keep our communities clean. 374 more words

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Presto coming to the TTC

By:  Richard

Presto is a fare card system that was introduced in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) in late 2009. As its namesake suggests, Presto makes fare payment fast and convenient for those transferring between the region’s different transit systems. 366 more words

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Scarborough celebrates Canada Day

The City of Toronto encourages residents and visitors to enjoy Canada Day and celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday in Toronto on Wednesday, July 1. City-organized and community events will be held across Toronto. 103 more words

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