This year, participants will reach the top of the hills faster due to a new four-person chair lift that will run in addition to the existing twin chair lift.
Councillor Pasternak will be available to discuss everything happening in Ward 10 and Toronto including the 2013 budget and the proposed Toronto casino.
Community open houses for public consultation will start the second week of January.
This new library will host many books in Russian as well as other languages for the building's residents to enjoy.
Grab your skates and take your family and friends skating. It's time to enjoy the great outdoors and hit the ice at one of the City's outdoor rinks.
Disconnecting your downspouts will help reduce the amount of stormwater sent through the sewer system and reduce your risk of basement flooding.
The City of Toronto is studying ways to improve Allen Road for the people who travel on it and the communities that surround it.
The development includes 167 one-bedroom and 70 two-bedroom apartments and is funded by 3 levels of government and B'nai Brith Canada.
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) has begun mailing out Property Assessment Notices to all Ontario properties.
As part of the Basement Flooding Protection Program, the City of Toronto will be modifying and upgrading the storm sewer systems for several streets in Ward 10.