Dixon Hall Youth Centre

Contributed by Bill Morneau. Toronto Centre is filled with people and organizations that care about our community and those who call it home. That’s why we saw the whole community and all three levels of government come together in support of Dixon Hall and their new Youth Centre in Regent Park.   A feature of […]

Drop off for recycling or proper disposal.

Drop off for recycling or proper disposal. Not to be confused with Community Clean up Community Environment Days are held every year from April to September to help reduce the amount of reusable, recyclable or household hazardous waste going into landfill. Do your part to create a cleaner, greener and more liveable Toronto. Drop off […]

BILL MORNEAU Happy Holidays to everyone!

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I would like to wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season filled with special moments to be remembered with your loved ones. This season is an opportunity for us to show what it means to be part of a community. I encourage you and your family to take this opportunity to spread the […]

Queen Street East Preservation

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Contributed by Andre Bermon. Freelance writer and community enthusiast. A conversation must be had to designate Queen Street East, from Sherbourne to River Streets, a Toronto Heritage Conservation District. In recent years, we have witnessed the consequences of unbridled condominium development undermine the unique and historic character of our city. And now an east-bound wave […]

Why I am voting for Lucy Troisi

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Contributed by Carmine, Cabbagetown South Resident. In 10 short months we’ve seen Lucy fight for our neighbourhood safety and well being more so than any other candidate, incumbent, or past councillor.   She taken a stand on additional injection sites in our neighbourhood – not because she is against them – but because the current […]

Safety for all.

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Contributed by Anne Dimon. As a homeowner and long-time resident of Cabbagetown South, I join many of you in expressing concern about the declining safety in our beloved neighborhood.  The recent shooting in a Toronto community housing building, another at Wellesley and Ontario, the vandalism of Mr. Lee’s Dandy Cleaners on the north side of […]

Local MP participates in 2018 Forsythia Festival

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Contributed by Blake Keidan, Photo credit: Kelly Teahen, Forsythia Festival organizer Welcoming in the late, but much anticipated spring, federal Minister of Finance and our Toronto Centre MP Bill Morneau joined residents to celebrate the 47th annual Cabbagetown Forsythia Festival, on May 6th in Wellesley Park.   Together we welcomed a long-awaited spring with the […]

Meredith Cartwright

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Meredith Cartwright is an accomplished human rights lawyer, businesswoman and advocate for Toronto Centre. Meredith earned her law degree from Queen’s University and holds a Master’s degree from Harvard University. She has taught university-level courses at the University of Toronto and currently teaches at OCAD University. Meredith is a strong advocate for women’s and children’s rights […]

David Morris

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David Morris believes real, progressive change starts with opportunity, connection, and community. A belief in community underscores everything David does. David understands Toronto Centre’s biggest challenges. As a long-time public servant and resident of Toronto Centre, David has worked to improve access to quality health care, the availability of healthy food for everyone, and to […]