Citizen politics, unlike party politics, does not seek to change government, but to improve it by watchfulness, oversight and advice
- Ursula Franklin

Public Meeting – As-of-Right Zoning for Secondary Suites – March 20 at City Hall

To be held by the Planning and Housing Committee
(Under the Planning Act)
Request to Amend the Zoning By-law for the City of Toronto 569-2013
As-of-Right Zoning for Secondary Suites
DATE: March 20, 2019
TIME: 9:30 a.m. or as soon as possible thereafter
PLACE: City Hall, Committee Room 1, 2nd Floor, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto

Reference: As of Right Zoning for Secondary Suites – PH3.1

Community Planning Meeting – Spadina-Sussex “Community Area” – March 4, 2019

Huron Sussex residents are invited to a series of meetings to help determine the future of the “Community Area”, a 1,590m2 (17,115 sf) piece of land located at the northeast corner of Sussex Avenue and Robert Street. U of T is looking for your ideas and recommendations for this future open space.

The University is planning on constructing a new student residence, along with a townhouse complex at the corner of Spadina and Sussex. As part of a rezoning process, the University will be improving some of the lands to the west of the project, including the Robert Street Playing Fields and the Community Area.
A committee, including the Ward Councillor, a University representative and a nominee of the Harbord Village Residents’ Association (HVRA) have been tasked with determining what improvements will be made to the Community Area.
All are welcome to learn more about the project and provide recommendations for the design.

Drop in to the Open House

Monday, March 4, 2019, 4:30pm – 7:30pm
UTS – 371 Bloor Street West, Room 139
(Entrance off Spadina Avenue at Matt Cohen Park)

Please hold your calendars for future meetings:

Meeting #2Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Meeting #3Tuesday, May 7, 2019

For more information and to join the mailing list, please contact:

Ontario Place for All

Ontario Place for All is a new grassroots
community group with a goal of keeping
Ontario Place a vibrant, publicly
accessible space for all Ontarians.

We also believe that any changes to Ontario
Place be part of a thoughtful,
comprehensive public review process.

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Update – UTS Construction Timetable 2019

The first two stages of the UTS Building Project:

  1. 713 Spadina Avenue demolition & abatement:
    Hoarding starting Jan 23
    – Abatement starting Jan 28
    – Demolition starting Feb 11
    – Pavement work starting Feb 25
    – Re-locate hoarding Mar 3
    NOTE: Parking access through Spadina will be restricted from Jan 23 to Mar 5. During this period, access to UTS parking lot and resident parking on the north side of Washington will be through the laneway, east of 2 Washington Ave.
  2. UTS Building – 371 Bloor early works:
    – Interior hoarding starting Feb 4
    – South stair demolition & abatement starting Mar 4
    Sean O’Molloy, Senior Project Manager, Project Management – 416-978-8136 or
    – Monday to Friday 8AM – 6PM:   Laurina Mintzer 416-408-1019, Gloria Cuneo 416-978-0630
    – After Hours & Weekends:   Campus Police, Non-Emergency 416-978-2323, Emergency 416-978-2222

    For further information – here is the link for U of T Construction Updates in Huron-Sussex, including Robarts Common, Laneway Housing & Playground and UTS (University of Toronto Schools) & Huron-Washington Park

Emergency Town Hall on Affordable Housing – Dec 4, 2018

Are you a renter? You deserve a safe, affordable home in Toronto. Know your rights, learn about available services and advocate for change!

Tuesday, December 4 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Alliance Française, Pierre Leon Gallery, 24 Spadina Road

Hosted by Jessica Bell, MPP University-Rosedale including guests:
– Kensington Bellwoods Legal Services
– Federation of Metro Tenants Association
– MPP Suze Morrison
– Councillor Mike Layton

RSVP: or 416-535-7206