Toronto allocates over $90 million annually to ensure that our roads and sidewalks are clear and safe. The City has 600 snowplows, 300 sidewalk plows and 200 salt trucks in its winter operations fleet. In addition, there are about 200 smaller pickups and dumptrucks to help keep the roads and sidewalks safe and passable during the winter season.
Through the City of Toronto’s Home Energy Loan Program (HELP), you can get a low-interest loan to cover the cost of a new high-efficiency furnace, new windows, doors, insulation and more.
Toronto City Councillor James Pasternak, Ward 10, York Centre is calling on the Toronto Public Library to cancel a permit given to hate activists at the Richview Library, 1806 Islington Avenue, this evening.
The City of Toronto is holding four public consultation meetings to assist with updating its Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. The plan outlines the City’s strategy to prevent and remove barriers and meet requirements under the standards of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
The City of Toronto is reminding residents and businesses about the levels of snow-clearing service that the City provides.
By the end of 2016, PRESTO will be at, at least one entrance of every subway station and on all TTC buses. It is already available on all streetcars.