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City of Toronto launches four-point plan to save money and improve service

November 22, 2016
 
The City of Toronto announced today the launch of a four-point modernization plan that will improve service to the public, increase efficiency and save money. Mayor John Tory was joined by Councillor Gary Crawford (Ward 36 Scarborough Southwest), Chair of the City's Budget Committee, and Councillor Paul Ainslie, Chair of the City's Government Management Committee, to present the strategy at Metro Hall. 

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City of Toronto innovation mission strengthens Toronto's business presence in Israel

November 18, 2016        
 
Mayor John Tory’s business mission to Israel has established lasting business connections and has sparked the expansion of companies like Toronto biometric technology firm BioConnect to Israel.

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Toronto Public Health announces winners of student culinary challenge 2016

November 17, 2016             
 
Today, Toronto Public Health (TPH) hosted a cooking challenge with students from culinary programs at Humber and Centennial Colleges. The challenge was part of TPH's Savvy Diner initiative aimed at increasing nutrition knowledge among prospective chefs, with the goal that they will incorporate healthy options in their menus. The winners of the culinary challenge are Humber College culinary students Emma Marple and Amber Bell.

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Council Highlights: Toronto City Council meeting of November 8 and 9, 2016

November 18, 2016
 
Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions made by Toronto City Council. The City Clerk's formal documentation is available at http://www.toronto.ca/council.

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Toronto Public Health announces winners of student culinary challenge

November 17, 2016             
 
Today, Toronto Public Health (TPH) hosted a cooking challenge with students from culinary programs at Humber and Centennial Colleges. The challenge was part of TPH's Savvy Diner initiative aimed at increasing nutrition knowledge among prospective chefs, with the goal that they will incorporate healthy options in their menus. The winners of the culinary challenge are Humber College culinary students Emma Marple and Amber Bell.

Read more: Toronto Public Health announces winners of student culinary challenge