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City of Toronto launches tax-supported budgets for 2017

December 6, 2016             
 
Toronto City Manager Peter Wallace, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager Rob Rossini and Executive Director of Financial Planning Josie La Vita presented the City of Toronto's 2017 preliminary tax-supported budgets to the City of Toronto's Budget Committee today. The budgets will be reviewed and debated by Budget and Executive committees before being finalized and approved by Council at its meeting of February 15 and 16.

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Nuit Blanche Toronto announces its 2016 economic impact and event's curators for 2017

December 5, 2016
 
The City of Toronto has announced the economic impact of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2016, Toronto's free annual all-night celebration of contemporary art. Produced by the City of Toronto in collaboration with Toronto's arts community, Nuit Blanche 2016 transformed the city on October 1 with the talents of more than 300 local, national and international artists and curators. Initial details for 2017 are also being announced at this time.

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Winter season programming in Toronto

November 30, 2016
 
The City of Toronto offers affordable community recreation programming for the winter season. Residents of all ages can register for winter skating programs, swimming programs and March Break camps.

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Toronto Public Health shares tips on preparing for cold weather season

December 1, 2016   
 
As we get closer to the beginning of winter and temperatures start to drop, Toronto Public Health is sharing tips with the public on how to stay warm during the cold weather season.

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Toronto moves forward to operate supervised injection services

November 30, 2016             
 
Tomorrow, in recognition of World AIDS Day, Toronto Public Health will submit an exemption application to Health Canada to operate a supervised injection service in Toronto. Queen West Central Toronto Community Health Centre and South Riverdale Community Health Centre will also submit their applications tomorrow to operate supervised injection services as part of their existing harm reduction services for people who inject drugs.  

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