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Toronto's Beach Season Kicks Off this Weekend

May 30, 2014

The majority of Toronto's swimming beaches will open Sunday, June 1, with lifeguards on site. Two other beaches will open June 14 once lifeguards have been trained.

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Absence of the Mayor

May 1, 2014

In response to Mayor Rob Ford's notice to the City that he is taking a leave of absence, Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly and City Manager Joe Pennachetti reassured residents that the City of Toronto is well-prepared to ensure that City services and programs continue uninterrupted.

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City of Toronto Issues Extreme Cold Weather Alert and Advises Homless People to Seek Shelter - February 5th, 2014

February 5, 2014  

The City of Toronto has called an Extreme Cold Weather Alert to make vulnerable homeless people in Toronto aware of the dangers of staying outside too long in cold weather and to ensure they have safe and warm places to go. The alert is in effect until further notice.

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Changes to Peak-Period Parking and Turn Restrictions on Three Downtown Toronto Streets

March 3, 2014

The City of Toronto is extending peak period parking and turning restrictions on Queen Street, King Street and Adelaide Street to reduce congestion in the downtown core.

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City of Toronto Serves Property Owner and Contractor with Summons for Demolition of Heritage Building

May 24, 2013      

The City of Toronto's Building Division has been conducting an investigation into the demolition of a designated heritage building on Queen Street East in Toronto. The building was located at 267 Queen St. E.

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