42 Division CPLC Road Safety Seminar

A Seminar on Road Safety (poster attached) will be presented by 42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) in partnership with Toronto Police Service 42 Division focusing on Education, Engagement and Empowerment. The seminar will be held on Sunday, October 15th, from 1:00 – 4:00pm at Agincourt Recreation Centre, 31 Glen Watford Drive, Scarborough (doors opening at 12:30pm). Continue reading “42 Division CPLC Road Safety Seminar”


SmartTrack/GO Stations Public Meeting

The new SmartTrack/GO stations build upon Metrolinx’s Regional Express Rail program, which includes increased service on 5 of the existing GO rail corridors.

Within Toronto, 6 new SmartTrack stations are planned for the Stouffville, Lakeshort East and Kitchener corridors and two new GO stations are planned for the Barrie corridor.

The City of Toronto and Metrolinx will be undertaking a Transit Project Assessment Process under Ontario Regulation 231/08 to assess the potential environmental effects of the new stations. The public consultation meetings are commencing soon to provide an update on project progress and an overview of planned environmental studies and concept schematics. The project team will be seeking your input on the proposed concept plans and key elements of the project.

There will be 3 public meetings with the following details,

  1. Tuesday, October 10, 2017: Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr., Scarborough | 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Presentation begins at 7:00pm)
  2. Wednesday, October 11, 2017: Riverdale Collegiate Institute, 1094 Gerrard St. E., Toronto | 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Presentation begins at 7:00pm)
  3. Thursday, October 12, 2017: Bloor Street Collegiate Institute, 1141 Bloor St. E., Toronto | 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Presentation begins at 7:00pm)

For more information on SmartTrack, please visit www.smarttrack.to.

“Not Down The Drain”

Do you know what can and can’t go down your drain? Putting the wrong things in your pipes can have some pretty nasty consequences, including basement flooding; polluting our streams, rivers and the Lake; as well as clogging City pipes – something that ends up costing us all.

Items like grease, wipes and dental floss should not go down the drain. Find out more at http://toronto.ca/notdownthedrain.