CRBA AGM, Budget Town Hall, King Street Pilot Study and more….

CRBA Annual General Meeting

The AGM for the 2016-2017 year will be held next week.  Come and find out what we have been up to all year and vote for your new Board of Directors!  There will also be a vote to modify the CRBA By-Laws.  See here for proposed changes.

Community Consultation for 18-32 Eastern Ave

There is a development application for the property on the north side of Eastern between Gilead and Sackville.  This is the first large development proposed for “Old Corktown” and will be precedent setting for all future developments in our neighbourhood.  Come and hear the presentation by the developers and give any input you may have.  This is a collaborative process and all of your comments are welcome.

When: Thursday, February 9, 7pm-9pm
Where: Little Trinity Church, 425 King St E

See here for details of the meeting and the link to the application.

Budget Town Hall

Our Councillor and Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell will be hosting a Town Hall to discuss the 2017 Budget.  Have your say about where your tax dollars are spent.
When: February 8, 6:30pm
When: Regent Park Community Centre, 402 Shuter Street

Valentine’s Day Paper Fair

When: Saturday, February 4, 12pm-5pm
Where: Toronto’s First Post Office, 260 Adelaide St E

Wander over to the Post Office on Saturday for a special edition of #PaperFair, and pick up something special for your sweetie (or yourself!) Free admission and 10% off in the gift shop, all day!

Waterfront Tour this Weekend

If you missed the last free Waterfront Tour, there will be another one this weekend.
When: Sunday, February 5, 11 am
Where: 60 Harbour St.
See here for more information.

King Street Pilot Study Public Meeting

When: Monday, February 13, 6:30 – 9:00pm.
Where: Metro Hall, Room 308, 55 John St.
See here for more information.

Section 37 Survey Input now Closed

The survey that we ran for the past several weeks is now closed.  We had 188 responses from the community and we would like to thank everyone for their time in helping to shape our neighbourhood.  We will be meeting with the councillors office to discuss and will get back to you with the improvements moving forward.

Ongoing Winter Activities

  • Ice Breakers – a new series of outdoor art installations
    • When: January 21 to February 26
    • Where: Harbourfront Centre, HTO Park, Music Garden East, the Rees Street Parkette and the Peter Street Basin
  • Toronto Light Festival – details
    • When:  January 27 – March 12
    • Where: The Distillery District
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