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City of Toronto employees announce United Way goal of $1,250,000

September 19, 2014     
 
The Toronto Public Service today announced its United Way fundraising goal of $1.25 million at an event held at David Pecaut Square. The event also featured a talent show by civic employees. City officials were joined by representatives of City unions and associations. The Toronto Public Service United Way campaign is jointly led by union and management. Leaders from four other large municipal sector organizations – Toronto Hydro, Toronto Community Housing, Toronto Police Service and Toronto Transit Commission – also attended in support of the United Way effort.

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Changes to parking regulations on Toronto's King Street West

September 19, 2014    
 
The City of Toronto has extended the rush-hour parking restrictions for King Street West on weekdays.

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City of Toronto increasing enforcement of construction activity on city streets

September 8, 2014                     
 
The City of Toronto will be increasing its enforcement of construction activity taking place within the City's right-of-way to make sure those areas are safe for all road users. The initiative will begin this week.

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New community mural reflects the heart of Roseneath Park

September 11, 2014          
    
The City of Toronto joined Toronto charitable organization Arts for Children and Youth, the W. Garfield Weston Foundation, Friends of Roseneath Park and members of the community today to celebrate the Heart of the Park mural in Roseneath Park.

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City of Toronto dedicates stairs to Raymond Souster

September 6, 2014             
 
The City Councillor for Ward 13 Parkdale-High Park was joined by Toronto's Poet Laureate, George Elliott Clarke, today to dedicate the stairs leading into Willard Gardens Parkette as the Souster Steps. 

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