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DEMAND ACTION ON PROPOSED HIGH DENSITY DEVELOPMENTS IN WYNFORD / CONCORDE COMMUNITY

PLEASE JOIN US IN CHALLENGING THE APPLICATION FOR PROPOSED DEVELOPMENTS IN THE WYNFORD/CONCORDE COMMUNITY Fengate Asset Management has proposed two major developments on the west side of Wynford Drive Concorde Place/Gate, currently under review by the City of Toronto Planning Department. The developments include buildings to be demolished (the two office buildings at 1-3 Concorde Gate (Home Depot), 10-12 Concorde Place (ESRI) and the Don Valley Hotel) to make way for the proposed developments.  

Created: 2021-08-24 Statistics

Arrest Justin Trudeau and Liberal MPs for TREASON immediately.

  Justin Trudeau, with the Liberal government, has conspired with known terrorist and former Nazi collaborator George Soros to sell Canada's Syrian migrant policy to 13 undisclosed countries. Soros's (Open Society Foundation) role on the world stage is: fund regime change and/or destabilize nations, fund terrorism and import unvetted Islamic economic migrants infiltrated by radical Islamic terrorists under the false pretense of "refugee".  Trudeau and Soros have just increased migrant entry from

Created: 2017-02-10 Statistics

Students Voice Should be Heard

We Students of Alexander College have couple of concerns and we believe that college should pay attention to those concerns. Majority of students believe that following are the issues that should be resolved after a discussion between students and college: Waiting list for the courses should be much less than it is now. We feel that there are two ways to do this. First is to hire more staff and second option is to let the students register on first come first serve basis, rather than prioritizin

Created: 2021-07-11 Statistics

Give back the 2020 graduates fundraised money

This petition is in support of 2020 graduates getting back the money we worked so hard to fundraise. We understand, especially with the recent outbreak, that going door to door is not ideal. This is why we are going to pursue an online option in hopes that the board will accept this when brought to them! Signing this petition shows that you agree with 2020 graduating classes across Newfoundland and Labrador getting the money back they fundraised. Although it is not for the original intent, it sh

Created: 2021-02-09 Statistics

Support Dorchester Dream Park Site Approval in Parking Lot

The Dorchester Inclusive Community Park Committee is currently seeking location approval for the Dorchester Dream Park (pilot project name). Our vision is to build a community hub that is intentionally designed to be inclusive for all community members; safety being one of our highest priorities. The Dorchester Dream Park will prove to be a gathering location for recreation and socialization opportunities. It will include an all-ages, inclusive playground, with equipment that provides side-by-si

Created: 2021-10-03 Statistics

Support Richmond Hill residents’ right to choose flexible voting methods!

Richmond Hill residents and voters should have the option to vote online or by paper ballot in the 2022 Municipal Elections. At the June 9th Council Meeting the Clerk will be presenting a report about voting methods for the 2022 Municipal Elections for Council approval. Read the Clerk's Report here  The Council Accountability Group (CAG) feels that the decision on which voting method to use at the time of voting should be made by the voters based on their individual needs at that time.  By sign

Created: 2021-05-14 Statistics

Keep the Bow Valley Parkway closed!

We are asking Parks Canada to keep the eastern 17km section of the Bow Valley Parkway (from Highway 1 junction to Johnston Canyon parking lot) CAR-FREE FROM MAY TO THE END OF SEPTEMBER SEVEN DAYS A WEEK.   We don't think that the two proposed options go far enough because they do not include the busiest months of July and August.   We love this safe way of exercising and call on Parks Canada to keep providing this high-quality and environmentally friendly experience to locals and visitors foreve

Created: 2021-08-07 Statistics

Proposed development @ 801 York Mills Rd and 1855 Leslie St.

  Please join us in opposing the application for Zoning By-law Amendment at 801 York Mills Road and 1855 Leslie Street.   First Capital Realty has proposed a major redevelopment of the property on the south east quadrant of York Mills Road and Leslie Street.   It includes the buildings currently housing Windfield’s Restaurant and Swiss Chalet. It also includes the property on Leslie where Browns Veterinary clinic was.  It does not include the property at the corner containing a strip plaza wit

Created: 2021-05-14 Statistics

Safety for all: remove the tent city on Fifth Avenue and provide alternative housing

To: Mayor Lyn Hall and Council members of the City of Prince George; Northern Health; BC Housing; Shirley Bond, MLA for Prince George-Valemount; Mike Morris, MLA for Prince George-Mackenzie; and Todd Doherty, MP for Cariboo-Prince George     Over the past few months, a tent city has been allowed to grow at the end of Fifth Avenue, behind the Citizen’s office, in Prince George. This has led to an escalation in property crime, public drug use, public disturbances, gun shots, and illegal fires and

Created: 2021-07-17 Statistics

Do not close the road on Sechelt beach at Trail Bay to traffic. ( Boulevard) Keep the small section open for the public to use as one of the only beach accesses to Sechelt beach.

Keep Sechelt beach road ( Boulevard) on the oceanfront at Trail Bay open to traffic. It has been there for years, why change it now that some new owner wants the traffic gone? The needs of the community need to be listened to. Many people who can not walk far use this to relax in their cars, enjoy the waves and read etc. It is the only quiet access to the oceanfront in the area, Davis Bay is noisy and not as safe. People are respectful and I have been going there for 14 years now and have never

Created: 2021-07-13 Statistics