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January 10, 2019

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Lacrosse is one of the youngest organized sports your child can play and Mimico Lacrosse offers free registration for 3 and 4 year old Mountaineers!

 

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Applications now accepted in City of Toronto program offering community grants for innovative ideas to reduce waste

Applications are now being accepted for the City of Toronto’s 2019 Waste Reduction Community Grants Program. Grants of up to $25,000 are available to support innovative community-based projects that reduce residential waste and/or increase participation in the City's waste diversion programs.

 The Waste Reduction Community Grants Program is part of the City’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy, which identifies the need to support grassroots initiatives that reduce waste. The program launched last year and awarded more than $116,000 toward ideas that included the development of signage and programing for tenants of a downtown building, establishment of a sharing library for special event materials for the community, educational training on reducing textile waste and making sustainable fashion choices, and a program aimed at reducing lunch packaging in schools.

 Initiatives eligible for funding include those that promote waste reduction and reuse, increase waste management education and engagement, and align with the City’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy. Priority will be placed on initiatives that promote waste reduction in apartment buildings and condominiums, and involve multilingual communities, equity-seeking groups and Neighbourhood Improvement Areas.

 Groups eligible to apply for funding include resident, tenant, neighbourhood and business associations, service clubs, community organizations, registered charitable organizations, environmental organizations and school groups, clubs and councils.

 March 1 is the deadline to submit an expression of interest. 

 More information about the Waste Reduction Community Grants, the 2018 recipients and the application process is available at http://www.toronto.ca/wastegrants.

 More information about the Long Term Waste Management Strategy is available at http://www.toronto.ca/wastestrategy.

Winterlicious reservations begin today!

Winterlicious is coming and reservations are now being accepted at the nearly 200 participating Toronto restaurants. From January 25 to February 7, step up to the plate and explore Toronto's food culture at this year's Winterlicious, created by the City of Toronto.

 Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made online or by telephone directly with the restaurants. Three-course prix fixe lunch menus are priced at $23, $28 and $33, and dinner is priced at $33, $43 and $53. The list of participating restaurants, and their menus, are available online at http://www.toronto.ca/winterlicious.

 Tickets are also on sale for the Winterlicious Culinary Event Series. With some events already sold out, the public is encouraged to purchase tickets for the following one-of-a-kind experiences:

  • Dinner with the Mackenzies, Mackenzie House on January 25, 26, 27 and 31 and February 1 and 2

  • A Culinary Tour of Toronto, Palais Royale on January 25

  • Lil' Gourmets – The Flavour of Family, Acqua Dolce on January 26 and 27 and February 1, 2 and 3

  • Afternoon Tea, Casa Loma on January 26 and 27 and February 2 and 3

  • Taste of Italy – Formaggi & Vino, Cibo Wine Bar Yorkville on January 28

  • Savour St. Lawrence Market, St. Lawrence Market on January 28 and 29 and February 2, 3 and 4

  • Feed Your Fashion, Kasa Moto on January 29

  • Spanish Gypsy Tales, Tapas at Embrujo on February 5

  • Food – The New Fashion, The Hazelton Hotel on February 6

GTAA- Resurfacing Runway News

January 7, 2019

In keeping with our commitment to 90-day advanced communication about runway maintenance projects at Toronto Pearson, I am writing to inform you that runway resurfacing of north/south runway 15L/33R will start in early April 2019, completing in June 2019. When the details of the project schedule are finalized, we will reach out with more information.  The GTAA will also be rolling out a communications campaign to inform residents about the work in the week of January 3, 2019. 

   

We will be resurfacing runway 15L/33R, one of two north/south runways at Toronto Pearson. Work is anticipated to begin as early as April 3, 2019. Excluding any unforeseen delays, the resurfacing project is expected to be completed in June 2019. We have scheduled the work for overnight off-peak hours (10 p.m. to 6 a.m.) when flight traffic is lowest. This project will consist of electrical work and the milling and resurfacing of runway 15L/33R to keep the surface in top condition and ensure continued safe operations. Because 15L/33R intersects with east/west Runway 05/23, this project will briefly limit the availability of 05/23 and may also affect nighttime preferential runways.

 

We recognize that resurfacing will create a temporary impact for some residents due to aircraft noise and we apologize for any inconvenience that this causes your constituents. If constituents have concerns about aircraft noise, they can be directed to the GTAA’s Noise Office at 416-247-7682 or to the online noise complaint form. More information on noise management can be found on the Noise Office webpage, and regular updates are available on Twitter (@TorontoPearson) or our community newsletter, Checking In.

City of Toronto's holiday activities and services

The City of Toronto encourages residents and visitors to explore City programs and attractions offered during the holiday season. From outdoor winter recreational activities such as tobogganing and skating, to savouring seasonal hot cider and cookies at Toronto's historic sites, there is always something new to discover in Toronto. 

 Most City of Toronto operations and all municipal offices will be closed on December 25 and 26, as well as January 1. City services that regularly operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week such as 311 Toronto and emergency services will be available. Information about the TTC and curbside waste collection is provided later in this news release.

 Toronto Early Learning & Child Care Centres, along with District Offices, will be closed on December 25 and 26 and on January 1.

Welcome to winter

Winter in Toronto is best experienced in the City's parks and natural spaces that become a winter wonderland for skating, hiking and snow-angel-making, and in the City's recreation centres where residents can warm up and stay active with fitness, art, swimming and more.

Skiing and snowboarding
The City operates two ski/snowboard centres. The season begins January 1 and ends mid-March, dependent on weather and snowfall conditions. Ski and snowboard lessons are offered at both facilities. More information, including schedules, is available at http://www.toronto.ca/ski.

 Skating

Residents can lace up a pair of skates and find their new favourite rink this holiday season, the City offers 113 indoor and outdoor ice pads, natural rinks and trails to choose from. A variety of free, leisure ice-skating programs for all ages and abilities is available this winter. Outdoor rinks that are open may be unsupervised. Indoor arenas will be closed on December 25 and 26 and January 1. Schedules vary by location. More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/skate

 Tobogganing

This winter, get out and try tobogganing in your neighbourhood. Tobogganing hill locations and safety tips are available at https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/recreation/skating-winter-sports/tobogganing/.

 Fitness and recreation programs

The City offers a variety of fitness classes and other drop-in recreation programming over the holidays. Community recreation centres will be open until 4 p.m. on December 24 and 31 and closed on December 25 and 26 and January 1. Some facilities may be closed during the holiday period for annual maintenance. More information and schedules are available at http://www.toronto.ca/rec or by calling 311.

Swimming

Drop-in swim programs are available at pools across the city this holiday season. City indoor pools will offer both family-friendly leisure swims and fitness swims. Schedules vary by location and are available at http://www.toronto.ca/swim

 Riverdale Farm 
Riverdale Farm is home to a variety of domestic farm animals, including Tamworth pigs, goat kids and sheep. These represent animals commonly found on a turn-of-the-century Ontario farm. Riverdale Farm is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and admission is free. More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/parks/zoo, or at http://www.riverdalefarmtoronto.ca/ or by calling 311.

High Park Zoo

Toronto's oldest zoo has entertained people for over 120 years. The zoo houses domestic and exotic animals such as bison, llamas, highland cattle and reindeer. The zoo is open daily from 7 a.m. to dusk. Admission is free. More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/parks/zoo

 Winter flower shows
City conservatories are must-see winter destinations. Each year, City gardeners craft floral scenes with thousands of colourful blooms, vines and lush plants from around the world. The shows at Centennial Park Conservatory and the Allan Gardens Conservatory run until January 9. More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/conservatories/.

 Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo will be open throughout the holiday season except on December 25. Admission on Boxing Day will be 50 per cent off. More information about the Zoo's 12 Days of Enrichment event, operating hours and admission prices is available at http://www.torontozoo.com/.

 St. Lawrence Market Complex
To serve Toronto residents and visitors, the St. Lawrence Market Complex has modified hours over the winter holiday season, including extended Sunday and Monday hours for the South Market from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on December 23, 24 and 30, as well as from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on December 31. The South Market will be closed on December 25 and 26 as well as January 1 and 2. Regular hours of operation will be observed on all other days throughout December and January.

The South Market features 64 merchants and is open five days a week, year-round. During the holiday season, the St. Lawrence Market will also offer a variety of paid classes and free drop-in cooking demonstrations and seminars on holiday meal ideas.

The St. Lawrence Market Saturday Farmers Market and Sunday Antique Market operate year-round in the Temporary Market at 125 The Esplanade. Both markets will be open during the winter holiday season. The Saturday Farmers Market will be open from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. on December 22 and 29. The Sunday Antique Market will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on December 23 and 30.

More information about the St. Lawrence Market Complex holiday hours and holiday-themed activities is available at http://www.stlawrencemarket.com.

 Toronto History Museums

Eight of the City's History Museums are offering holiday-themed events and tours for families and adults. Most of the museums are open daily except Mondays. All of the museums will be closed on December 25 and 26 as well as January 1. Highlights for individual locations are noted below. Times and participant age details for activities vary by day and by location. More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/holidays.

 Colborne Lodge (11 Colborne Lodge Dr.; south end of High Park)

Warm up by the hearth and take in the sights and aromas of a Victorian Christmas. Enjoy the natural greenery that decorates the house, toast the season with a glass of hot mulled cider by the wood stove and nibble on special holiday treats until Sunday, January 6, 2019. Note: the Museum Shop features historic games and decorations.    

 Fort York National Historic Site (250 Fort York Blvd.)

During special programming from December 27 to 31, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily, children can join the cooks in the historic kitchen to help make gingerbread cookies. Upon arrival, sign up at the Museum Store to participate – included with regular admission.

 Gibson House Museum (5172 Yonge St.)

Visitors will experience the elegant traditions of the Scottish holiday season and learn how the Gibson family celebrated Hogmanay in the 19th century. On December 29 and 30, evening dinner events will celebrate the Scottish traditions of Hogmanay. Pre-registration with payment is required.

 Mackenzie House (82 Bond St.)

Through January 6, visitors will learn the story of how families celebrated Christmas in 19th century Toronto. Enjoy a cookie and cider, and print a seasonal card on the 1845 press. On December 28 and 29, evening events will celebrate the Scottish traditions of Hogmanay with live music and refreshments. Advanced tickets required for evening events.

 Market Gallery (95 Front St. E., second floor)

Toronto Through the Eyes of Women Artists features works by Canadian artists such as Marion Long, Paraskeva Clark and Doris McCarthy. The exhibition highlights how women artists have depicted and engaged with Toronto over the past 160 years. On display until April 27.

 Montgomery’s Inn (4709 Dundas St. W.)

Visitors can learn about traditions of light and warmth from around the world with the Montgomery's Inn advent calendar.

 Scarborough Museum (1007 Brimley Rd.)

During December weekends until December 23, visitors can experience the beautiful festive decorations, enjoy delicious winter treats and make a Victorian ornament or a traditional pop-up Christmas card. On Saturdays, the museum will stay open until 8 p.m. Visitors can witness the beauty of the site under sparkling lights, listen to stories by the fire, taste traditional treats in the historic kitchens and sing carols in the parlour.

Spadina Museum (285 Spadina Rd.)

Through January 6, visitors can experience a 1920s holiday season on a guided tour of Spadina Museum. Holly wreaths, evergreen garlands and mistletoe adorn the house. In the re-created 1930s kitchen, visitors can have holiday treats including mulled cider. 

 Todmorden Mills Heritage Site (67 Pottery Rd.)

Through January 6, experience the Christmas traditions of two different eras – the 1890s and the 1940s. Visitors can enjoy festive sips and treats in the historic homes decorated for the season, create a vintage take-home craft and enjoy a winter stroll through the Wildflower Preserve. A guided tour of Helliwell House explores the late Victorian fern craze that swept the nation.

 New Year's Eve at Nathan Phillips Square

Ring in the New Year at Nathan Phillips Square. The annual celebration takes place against the festive backdrop of Toronto's official Christmas tree and the lights of Nathan Phillips Square. Audiences will experience live musical performances by LIZA, Cadence Weapon and DJ NDN. The evening includes a DJ skating party featuring DJ Money Jane and DJ MelBoogie, sponsored by Tim Hortons, and a stunning fireworks display to usher in 2019. Full program details are available at http://www.toronto.ca/newyearseve.

 More activities can be found on the City's Festivals and Events Calendar at http://ow.ly/IMye30heuqo.

 Winterlicious Culinary Event Series tickets

Tickets are now on sale for the Culinary Event Series that will be a part of Winterlicious 2019, running from January 25 to February 7. The series will feature 13 eclectic and exciting food experiences. Tickets make for a perfect holiday gift. Details are available at https://www.toronto.ca/winterlicious.

 TTC Service

On certain days during the holiday season, the TTC will run on modified or holiday schedules. More information is available at http://www.ttc.ca.

 From December 22 to January 6, the TTC Group Day Pass will be available at the weekend discount price of $12.50. With it, a group of up to six people, maximum two adults, can explore the city for one day of unlimited travel. Children 12 and under always ride for free.

 The TTC will also provide free, extended New Year's Eve service from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. on January 1, courtesy of Corby Spirit and Wine. New Year's Eve last subway times are available at http://www.ttc.ca.

Garbage, Blue Bin and Green Bin collection

 There will be no collection on Tuesday, December 25 and January 1. Those who receive Tuesday daytime or night collection will receive collection on Wednesday. Wednesday daytime and night collection will be shifted to Thursday. Thursday daytime and night collection will be shifted to Friday. Regular daytime collection on Friday, December 28 and January 4 will take place on Saturday.

 Night collection will begin earlier than usual on Monday, December 24 and 31, so material should be placed out no later than 5 p.m.

 All transfer stations and depots for residential drop-off of garbage, yard waste, recyclables, household hazardous waste and electronics will be closed on December 25 and on January 1.

  More information is available at http://www.toronto.ca/waste.

 Winter Operations

The City's winter operations will continue as usual during the holidays. Local road plowing will begin when the snow stops falling and if the snow accumulation has reached at least eight centimetres. Residents are reminded that 311 will only take specific snow-clearing service requests after the crews have had a chance to clear the snow and are asked not to call 311 during the storm to ask when a street will be plowed. Residents can track where plows and salt trucks are and which roads have been serviced using the City's real-time, online tracking map available at http://www.toronto.ca/PlowTO.

Mayor Tory encourages young people across city to apply now for City of Toronto summer recreation jobs

Mayor John Tory launched the City of Toronto's summer recreation job recruitment drive. The City is now accepting job applications until early February for summer camps, aquatic programs and other recreation positions.

 “These are great jobs for young people to gain employment experience while helping the City continue to offer its excellent recreation programs,” said Mayor Tory. “As Mayor, I am proud that we can offer these important employment opportunities in neighbourhoods across Toronto and that we have been able to increase the number of recreation spaces available for families to access.”  

In addition to accepting applications online, the City will host a recreation recruitment event on Tuesday, December 18 from 5 to 8 p.m. at North Kipling Community Centre. Applicants can receive tips on what to expect during the hiring process, as well as résumé and interview preparation support at the event.

Every year, Parks, Forestry and Recreation (PF&R), the City's largest youth employer, employs approximately 9,000 recreation workers, with about 17 per cent of the positions filled by new hires. 

 PF&R hires consistently throughout the year, with a strong focus on summer hiring from December to February. Demand for additional staff is expected to expand in line with the 2018 council-approved growth plan, which has created 20,000 new spaces in City recreations programs. As well, new and renewed facilities and programs like Swim to Survive provide a combination of opportunities for part-time staff to work additional hours and gain new skills, as well as for new staff to join the team.

More information about recruitment for City recreation positions is available at http://www.toronto.ca/recjobs.

 

Registration for City of Toronto's winter swim and skate programs and March break camps begins this weekend

Registration for City of Toronto winter swim and skate programs and March Break camps starts this Saturday. The City offers a wide range of safe, fun and high-quality recreation programs, including swimming, skating and camps, for people of all ages, skill levels and interests. This year the City added 20,000 new recreation program spaces that will continue to be available in 2019.

 Registration begins at 7 a.m. on: 

  • Saturday, December 1 in the Etobicoke/York and Scarborough districts

  • Tuesday, December 4 in the North York, Toronto/East York and West Toronto/York districts

Registration is ongoing for December holiday camps and winter recreation programs.

To help residents prepare for registration, customer service can be reached at 416-338-4386 and will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on November 29 and 30 and December 3. 

 Some areas of the Etobicoke/York and Toronto/East York Districts were merged to create the West Toronto/York District. The registration day for some of these locations has changed. Residents are asked to plan ahead and confirm the district for their programs before registration starts. Locations affected by this change can be found online at www.toronto.ca/data/parks/funguide/wty.html or by calling 416-338-4386.

How to register 
Step 1: Get account numbers 
Residents need a family number and client number to sign up for recreation programs. Those looking to register are encouraged to get their numbers before registration day by calling 416-338-4386 or speaking with staff at a City community centre. 

Step 2: Choose programs 
Residents are advised to have a few backup choices prepared in case their preferred program is full. A listing of programs can be found online at www.toronto.ca/funguide or in the printed Fall/Winter FUN Guide available at City Hall, civic centres, community centres and libraries. A program wish list can be created with the online FUN Guide. 

Step 3: Register 
Residents are encouraged to have all information and payment options ready. There are three ways to register: 

  • Online at https://efun.toronto.ca/ (online is the easiest and fastest way to register) 

  • By telephone with customer service assistance at 416-338-4386 

  • In person at select locations listed in the printed FUN Guide and also available online at www.toronto.ca/rec  

 Residents who call the touch-tone registration line will be rerouted automatically to a customer service representative as touch-tone registration is no longer available. 

 Free recreation programs
Many community centres offer free recreation programs, including leisure swimming and drop-in programs for children, youth and older adults. More information is available at www.toronto.ca/lowcostrecreation.  

If registrants are unable to attend 
Parks, Forestry and Recreation programs are popular and many of them have waiting lists. If registrants are unable to attend the program they registered for, they are asked to contact their local community centre or call 416-338-4386 so the spot can be offered to someone else. 

Welcome Policy yearly credit 
The Welcome Policy credit can be used to register for City recreation programs. Those receiving social assistance (Ontario Works) and living in Toronto are pre-approved to receive this credit and should speak to their caseworker. Visit www.toronto.ca/wp for more details. 

Older adult discounts 
Adults 60 years and older receive a 50 per cent discount on the regular price of regular adult recreation programs, excluding private, semi-private and small group lessons.

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Make History by Naming Etobicoke Centre's Future Streets

The City of Toronto is transforming the Six Points Interchange from a highway-like junction to a community-centric Etobicoke Centre that will feature pedestrian-friendly intersections, boulevards, trees and bike lanes.

 Three new streets will be created as part of this work, and the City invites you to enter a friendly competition to name the new streets. Everyone is welcome to participate and submissions can be made online at toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.

 All entries must include details on why the name was submitted for consideration. Proposed street names should portray a strong positive image and have a historical, cultural, Indigenous or social significance or recognize the local community, the City, the Province of Ontario or Canada. Review the City's Street Naming Policy for full details on the criteria for street naming. Submissions can be made until Sunday, December 9.

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 More information on the competition and Six Points Reconfiguration Project is available at toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.


 

Winter is Coming – City of Toronto ready for cold and snow

 The City of Toronto is ready for winter. Snow-clearing equipment is arriving, salt supplies have been replenished, mapping and communication technology is ready to be enabled and crews are prepared to respond to the effects of cold weather on the City's watermains and water service pipes.

 "Snow and cold temperatures may be around the corner but City crews are ready, " said Mayor John Tory. "Through planning, technology and access to a robust fleet of snow-clearing vehicles, we are confident that residents and visitors will be able to get around safely and effectively all winter long."

 Toronto budgets more than $90 million annually to ensure that its roads and sidewalks are clear and safe during the winter season.

 The City has the following staff and equipment in its winter operations fleet:

  • more than 1,500 personnel (contracted and City staff) on standby 24/7

  • 600 snow plows

  • 300 sidewalk plows

  • 200 salt trucks

  • 200 pickup and dump trucks

  • 200 smaller pickups

In addition, cold weather and rapid swings between thaw and freezing temperatures can cause an increase in watermain breaks. City staff are ready to respond to service calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 As soon as the snow begins to fall, salt trucks are deployed to the expressways and main roads. Local roads and laneways are salted soon after the main roads. The City's first priority during a snowfall is to keep the main roads clear for emergency and TTC vehicles. After that, crews move on to the local roads and usually complete clearing those roads between 14 and 16 hours after the storm ends.

 "Salters are here, more equipment is on its way and staff and contractors are ready 24/7 to keep our roads safe now and into April if needed. We have a comprehensive winter operations plan that will help us through the entire 2018-19 winter season," said Barbara Gray, General Manager of Transportation Services.

 The City has also identified a priority network of bike lanes and cycle tracks in the downtown core that will continue to receive enhanced winter maintenance, including snow plowing and salting to improve safety for cyclists.

 Staff will diligently monitor weather again this season. Contracts are flexible so snow-removal equipment can be released later or earlier, depending on late-season weather forecasts such as for a late-winter storm.

 More information about the City of Toronto’s snow-clearing operations, including how and where the City deploys trucks and personnel, how snow clearing is prioritized, and more is available at http://www.toronto.ca/snow.

 Residents can track salt-truck locations and identify which roads have been serviced using the online tracking map at http://www.toronto.ca/PlowTO.

 More information about sidewalk snow-clearing in Toronto and a map of the areas where the service is provided are available at http://www.toronto.ca/transportation/snow/sidewalks.

 Details about the City's Salt Management Plan are available at http://www.toronto.ca/salt.

 Cold weather is a major cause of watermain breaks but it is not the only one. The City is dealing with aging infrastructure, with the average watermain 59 years of age. To address this issue, the City of Toronto has committed $1.9 billion over the next 10 years to upgrade its watermain distribution system. More information can be found at http://www.toronto.ca/watermains.

 Cold weather can cause pipes inside the home and on private property to freeze. Residents are reminded to prepare their pipes for winter by wrapping foam pipe insulation around pipes most prone to freezing, especially near outside walls and in crawl spaces, attics and garages. It is also important to seal air leaks around windows and doors, and to disconnect hoses and drain and shut the outdoor water supply. More tips are available at http://www.toronto.ca/frozenpipes.

 Residents can learn more about how to prepare for extreme weather and weatherproof their homes at http://www.toronto.ca/extremeweatherready.

 Toronto is Canada's largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of more than 2.9 million people. It is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the world's most livable cities. For information on non-emergency City services and programs, Toronto residents, businesses and visitors can visit http://www.toronto.ca, call 311, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/TorontoComms, on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/cityofto or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/cityofto.

Municipal Shelters

The current zoning regulations permit municipal shelters in most zones, with two locational conditions:

o 250-metre separation distance from another shelter

o requirement to be located either on a major street or on an intersecting street if the lot is within 80 metres of the major street

City staff were directed by City Council, at its meeting on December 5 to 8, 2017, to look at zoning by-law amendment options to provide more opportunities for locating shelters across the city. At its meeting on June 7, 2018, the Planning and Growth Management Committee directed staff to hold city-wide public consultations on the proposed options to increase the as-of-right zoning permissions for municipal shelters (PG30.8).

All meetings are from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and a short presentation will be held at 7 p.m.

  • Thursday November 22 Etobicoke Civic Centre, Main Boardroom

  • Monday November 26 North York Civic Centre, Committee Room 3

  • Tuesday November 27 Metro Hall, Room 310

  • Monday, November 29 Scarborough Civic, Committee Room