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City of Toronto and Metrolinx partner to beautify transit infrastructure

November 4, 2016
 
The City of Toronto's StreetARToronto (StART) program and Metrolinx have partnered to complete a series of street art murals to enhance the public realm in the communities along the 20-kilometre stretch of the Kitchener rail corridor along Dundas Street West. 

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City of Toronto launches rate supported budgets for Solid Waste Management Services, Toronto Water and Toronto Parking Authority 2017

November 4, 2016 
 
The City of Toronto's 2017 staff recommended rate supported operating and capital budgets for Solid Waste Management Services, Toronto Water and the Toronto Parking Authority were presented at the City's Budget Committee today. 

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Artwork celebrating women unveiled on 40 pillars on Wilson Avenue

October 27, 2016 
 
Today, StreetARToronto (StART) unveiled street art celebrating women on 40 pillars along the north and south sides of the underpass on Wilson Avenue between Wilson Heights Boulevard and Transit Road, near the TTC's Wilson subway station. 

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Projects animating historic sites across the city announced by City of Toronto, Toronto Arts Council and Evergreen Brick Works

November 4, 2016 
 
Thirteen projects have been selected as part of the latest Animating Historic Sites program in Toronto, which involves artistic programming to attract and engage visitors. 

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City of Toronto taking action to make roads safer for everyone

October 27, 2016 
 
The City of Toronto is accelerating changes to city streets and intersections to improve safety for all road users. The work is tied to the Road Safety Plan that Toronto City Council approved in July. 

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