CRBA, MEETIN’: A widescreen pan aroma of the group at the November CRBA Public Meeting. Photo by Eric Morse.
News & Events for the week of November 18, 2013
The big story this week: your TORONTO CENTRE BY-ELECTION DEBATE. Presented by a coalition of neighbourhood associations, including the CRBA, the debate will take place this Wednesday, November 20 at Jarvis Collegiate Institute, located at 495 Jarvis Street. The debate will take place from 7 to 9 p.m., with John Tory serving as moderator.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn about the candidates running. Click here to view the press release with all the details.
The Toronto Star’s Fixer, Jack Lakey, took a look at the ongoing closure of the King Street East connection to the Don Valley bridge. He’s got details on why — unfortunately — this short section of roadway will be closed until Spring 2014.
We love welcoming new businesses to Corktown, and so here’s a special shout-out to Aluvion Law, who have recently gone through a rebrand and relaunch and are ready to serve the community.
Here’s the scoop:
Monica Goyal Professional Corporation is relaunching as Aluvion Law. Moving to Corktown six months ago marked the beginning of a transformation for the young law firm. The addition of new lawyers and support staff has expanded the companies capabilities. Aluvion continues to focus on helping individuals and small businesses, but now is proud to offer a new ‘fixed rate’ billing model. Aluvion’s focus on transparency and efficiency is part of it’s efforts to drive down legal costs, and ensure that all members of the Corktown community have the ability to access legal services at a fair price.
You can read all about Aluvion’s fixed rate legal services at their snazzy-looking website.
The Fireworks Festival continues this week at Alumnae Theatre, with a great line-up of theatrical works, along with panels, roundtables and discussions designed to let the audience go behind-the-scenes. Click here for the full line-up and ticket details.
On Monday, November 18 and Tuesday, November 19, the City of Toronto will be hosting another public open house on the issue of the Richmond-Adelaide Cycle Track Study. The CRBA has requested that the cycle tracks on these roads connect to existing bike lanes in Corktown. The open house will take place at Metro Hall – click here to view the details.
On Thursday, November 21, Corktown’s Extension Room will be the venue for EAT. ART. LOVE, a charitable event designed “to raise awareness and spread a message of non-violence within our growing community through art, food, friends and fun.” The event will include performances by Extension Room’s aerialists along with band MEN IN SUITS. The event will kick off at 7 p.m. — you can buy tickets online.
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