News from City of Toronto
City of Toronto invites residents to share their views on regulation of short-term accommodation rentals
You're invited to share your views at meetings on March 28 and April 12, and residents can also fill out an online survey to provide their views on the proposed regulations.
You can find out more about community consultations on the proposed supervised injection sites at the link below. You can also complete a survey where you can share your concerns and ideas.
The City of Toronto has information on this web page on what to do when there are problems with your heat and other vital services.
The Call for Proposals deadline for submissions to the Toronto Homelessness Research Symposium is Friday, July 31, 2015.
The City of Toronto is embarking on a review to address issues related to rooming houses. This survey is one method of gathering feedback from the public.
The City of Toronto is developing a poverty reduction strategy and is asking for your input on a survey, open until March 20, 2015.
When: Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Community room, Golden Mile Employment & Social Services, 1880 Eglinton Ave. East, Toronto
Registration: Call Linda Kwong at 416-397-5060 to register, or visit toronto.ca/ecportal.
This info session will cover basic employment standards (overtime pay rate, vacation pay, termination pay), how to calculate public holiday pay, EI, and more.
Date: Thursday, January 16, 2014
- 9:30 a.m. to noon: Permanent Resident Voting in Municipal Elections
- 1:30 to 4 p.m.: Newcomer Access to City Services
Where: The 519 Church Street Community Centre, 519 Church St., 2nd Floor Auditorium
The City of Toronto and OCASI will host two Open Dialogue sessions on a variety of social issues affecting our communities and invite community members, including Councillors, staff, and community agencies.
The City of Toronto's Close the Housing Gap campaign aims to persuade the federal and provincial governments to keep funding social housing at existing levels and provide funding for social housing repairs.
The City of Toronto informs landlords and tenants how much rents can be reduced if the landlord's property tax has been reduced by 2.49% from one year to the next.
The City of Toronto and Toronto Community Housing (TCH) have launched Close the Housing Gap, an advocacy campaign to persuade the federal and provincial governments to continue funding social housing at existing levels and provide new, long-term funding for social housing capital repairs.
Date March 4, 2011
Time 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Where Council Chamber, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.
The City of Toronto, Toronto Board of Trade, and United Way Toronto will host a symposium on the anniversary of the Senate report "In From the Margins: A Call to Action on Poverty, Housing and Homelessness."