Transportation Tomorrow Survey is on now until December 2016

Transportation Tomorrow Survey is a voluntary travel survey of randomly selected households across Central Ontario. The survey conducts every five year and is an important source of information to support planning for transportation infrastructure and transit services across the region.

Selected households would receive their access code in the mail. Once you have that access code, please log in at http://www.TTS2016.ca to take the survey.

For more information, please visit http://tts2016.ca/en/faq.php.

Toronto Ward Boundary Review wants to hear from you! Survey ends Sep/23

The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is conducting the second round of public consultation and seeking your input via online survey: http://www.drawthelines.ca/additional-information-participate/.

A ward boundary review looks at the current number of people living in each ward and at how those numbers are expected to grow in the future. Due to factors like uneven population growth and new construction, some wards have become much much more populated than other. To ensure that each Torontonian is being fairly and equally represented at City Council, the review has proposed changes to the ward boundaries and presented several options: http://www.drawthelines.ca/theoptions/.

To learn more about the review, visit http://www.drawthelines.ca/. Fill in the survey, so your opinion is counted.

Oct/4 Metrolinx Fall Agincourt Community Information Meeting,

Please mark your calendars of the next Metrolinx Agincourt Corridor Community Information meeting to be held on Tuesday October 4th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Agincourt Community Recreation Centre at 31 Glen Watford Drive, just north of Sheppard Avenue. At this meeting Metrolinx will be providing neighbourhood residents with a status update on recent and ongoing developments surrounding the twin tracking project already underway along the Agincourt-Stouffville GO Corridor.  Please note this meeting replaces the one previously scheduled for September 27.

Youth in Policing Initiative Winter 2017

The Toronto Police Youth in Policing Initiative is recruiting for the 2017 winter program!

This initiative was created in recognition of the importance of providing support and employment opportunities for young people all year round. The aim of this program is to promote participation in and exposure to the work environment through diverse, educational, and productive work assignments.

Please visit here for more details and eligibility of the applicants.