Thank you for expressing interest in the ongoing work to reduce noise and vibrations from streetcars at the King/Sumach intersection. The presentation from the meeting held on November 16, 2016 is now posted online at: http://www.ttc.ca/Service_Advisories/Construction/King_Sumach_Track.jsp
As indicated at the evening meeting on November, 16, 2016, TTC will continue to schedule an accessible shuttle […]
Corktown Winter Market
Shop Local! A few of our local retailers have teamed up to put on the First Ever Corktown Winter Market. Please show them your support by going to visit them at their shops this weekend.
When: Sunday, November 27
Time: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Tandem Coffee – 368 King St E Roselle […]
Update – The work at King and Sumach is taking longer than anticipated and is required to be conducted through to late September. In addition to weekdays, track crews may also conduct some work on weekends.
Transit service – The 514 Cherry Streetcar diversions can be found on the TTC website.
Progress Update of the conduit installation for signal upgrades in the portion of the Union Station Rail Corridor from Queen Street East to Union Station.
This work is moving south and west through the rail corridor from Queen Street at the Don River and is now approaching Cherry Street and the Gooderham & Worts neighbourhood. […]
The Tragically Hip Celebration
So you didn’t get tickets to The Tragically Hip’s final show but want to feel like you’re there? Come to the showing of CBC’s live broadcast in The Distillery District.
The Gata Water Ceremony
Where: Sherbourne Common
When: Thursday, August 18 from 6:30pm – 10pm
This performance will move through the […]
eNewsletter: New Public Art, Shopping and Dogs of Corktown!
Garden of Future Follies
We are ever so lucky to have so much public art in our neighbourhood. Make sure that you wander over to the newest addition “Garden of Future Follies” which can be found at the very east end of Front Street, in […]
Canada Day Celebrations
How will you spend Canada’s 149th Birthday? There is so much to do in Toronto this weekend that it is impossible to list everything here! Here are a few of the many downtown events. Happy Canada Day to all!
Canada Day at Queen’s Park – Friday, July 1 from 10:00am […]
Construction Update from Metrolinx
On Tuesday, June 7, the installation of conduit (cable) began in the area closest to Queen Street. This work will be moving south through the rail corridor towards Cherry Street over the coming weeks. This work is scheduled to take place between the hours of 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Tracks must be taken out […]
June is Bike Month!
The weather is perfect for going for a bike ride. June is Bike Month and there are all sorts of events planned. Check out this Link to see what might be of interest to you!
May 31 – Under Gardiner meeting
You are invited to attend the second public meeting for […]
This is a busy week of openings and events in Corktown! Lets hope the weather is as awesome as it was last weekend!
May 21 – Gears Bike Shop in the Canary District (500 Front St E. – right by Corktown Common) is now open. Go down and check it out!
May 25 – Grand Opening […]
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