Tuesday, 06 May 2014 18:31
On June 4th, attend this event by Enterprise Toronto. Featuring Ruthie Burd, founder of The Lunch Lady, a business she grew from startup to more than 50 franchises and 250 employees. The event is free, but advance registration is required as there are a limited number of seats. For full details, see the attachment below.
Saturday, 03 May 2014 05:27
As a valued member of the City of Toronto Business Improvement Areas, you are invited to take part in an exclusive sale of individual tickets for the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada 2014 before the general public. Tickets range from $10 to $50. Sale beings at noon on Wednesday, May 7 and ends at 9am on Thursday, May 8.
Friday, 25 April 2014 01:29
Thank you for expressing your opinions regarding the proposed Open Streets TO event. As you recall the event organizers proposed to close the Bloor-Danforth corridor to vehicular traffic, from High Park to Withrow Park between 8 am and 1 pm, on four Sundays in July and August. The Danforth BIA had suggested a one day trial event in an off-peak month would be a more appropriate trial for such a significant undertaking. On the specific proposal for a four Sunday…
Thursday, 10 April 2014 06:49
Some of you may have heard in the news this week about a proposed event called Open Streets TO. Open Streets TO is a program where the streets are opened to people and closed to cars. People are invited to walk, bike, roller blade along the route. It is a soft closure which means that the east/west route is closed to traffic but the north/south roads are open to traffic. Open Streets TO are proposing the following:1. To close Bloor…
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 04:55
Please review the attached information below provided by the city for upcoming consultation meetings pertaining to the proposed Relief Line east of the Don River. There are two upcoming meetings if any of you are interested in attending. Meeting dates, times and locations are in the attachment.
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 18:22
Small businesses play a crucial role in Toronto's economy and in our communities. Over 97 percent of the established businesses in the City of Toronto are small businesses that have between 1-99 employees. Our small businesses must be cherished as they offer flexibility, ingenuity and serve alternative or niche markets. Decision makers must create the best business climate possible to ensure small businesses have the opportunity to thrive. We would like to personally invite you to take part in a…

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