Pages Navigation Menu

East York people, places, events & insights

New EY street sign logos in limbo but alive pending Council consideration

Posted by on Sep 19, 2017

The question of whether the East York logo can appear on new and replacement street signs in the former borough remains up in the air but still alive after Toronto’s City Council’s Public Works and Infrastructure Committee was deadlocked…

Read More

Councillors and former mayors say Sept. 19 public support for street sign logos is urgent

Posted by on Sep 18, 2017

Former East York mayors Alan Redway and Michael Prue, along with representatives of local historical and preservation groups and city councillors all say the public needs to let politicians know they want to see the EY logo continue to appear on local street signs at a meeting Tues. Sept. 19.

Read More

Sept. 13 Kairos Kitchi Blanket Exercise will give insight into colonization

Posted by on Sep 13, 2017

A participatory exercise that can offer non-aboriginal East York residents insight into the impact of colonization on Canada’s Indigenous peoples is being held today at 5:30 p.m. in East Lynn Park.

Read More

EY registration starts Sept. 13 for City’s autumn recreation programs

Posted by on Sep 12, 2017

At 7 a.m. on Wed. September 13 the registration sweepstakes for East York and downtown Toronto are underway for city programs covering a diverse variety of activities for wide range of ages.

Read More

Residents can air views on proposed 30-floor condo Sept. 14

Posted by on Sep 6, 2017

Some residents near the corner of Main St. and Danforth Avenue were taken aback last month when it was announced that developers have applied to build a 30-storey condominium…

Read More

Platform condos starts pre-build sales of Greenwood-Danforth units

Posted by on Sep 5, 2017

With City Council having approved in July the requested Official Plan amendments to allow the Platform Condos project at 1177 Danforth Ave. at Greenwood and Danforth Ave. to be exempt from on-street parking provisions, the way has been cleared for the project to go ahead. The company has now launched a “pre-construction sales” campaign to sell units before shovels hit the ground. The 102-unit 9-storey building will require demolition of the Beer Store now on the...

Read More
Hey Listen Up!