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City of Toronto outdoor ice rinks begin to open this weekend

November 25, 2016
 
Mayor John Tory will help the City of Toronto begin opening its outdoor artificial ice rinks at 3 p.m. tomorrow with a skate at Otter Creek, 140 Cheritan Ave. Beginning tomorrow, weather permitting, 15 rinks will open, including featured locations such as the rink at Nathan Phillips Square, the covered rink and ice skating trail at Greenwood Park and the ice skating trail at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. The remaining 36 outdoor rinks are scheduled to open Saturday, December 3. 

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Snow clearing for seniors and people with disabilities in Toronto 2016

November 23, 2016                            
 
If you are a senior or disabled resident of Toronto, the City will clear snow from the sidewalk in front of your home in those areas where the service is not provided by machine.

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Toronto's housing partners recognized today to mark National Housing Day

November 22, 2016
 
The City of Toronto and the GTA Housing Action Lab marked National Housing Day today by recognizing the individuals and organizations that play such a vital role creating safe, secure and affordable housing, as well as those who advocated for a national housing strategy.

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City of Toronto getting ready for busy winter season 2016

November 23, 2016                           
 
With winter just around the corner, the City of Toronto is gearing up to deal with the impacts of winter – both on city streets and beneath them. The work includes managing snow and ice on city streets, and responding to the effects of cold weather on the City's watermains and water service pipes. 

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Cultural Hotspot's North York Cultural Loops Guide available online

November 22, 2016          
 
The Cultural Hotspot's third edition of its Cultural Loops Guide highlights North York cultural institutions, public art, green and historic spaces, architecture and more through a series of self-guided tours. The guide is available at: http://www.toronto.ca/culturalhotspot/explore.

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