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Torontonians invited to share views on future use of century-old 'Wellington Destructor' incinerator structure

April 19, 2017

The City of Toronto will host a public consultation session on Tuesday, April 25 at St. Mary's Elementary School (20 Portugal Sq.) to collect input from residents on potential uses for an old building at 677 Wellington St. W.  popularly known as the Wellington Destructor.

The Wellington Destructor was a large garbage incinerator inside a brick building. The structure was built in 1925.

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Lane closures scheduled on Dundas Street East for watermain, streetcar track and road construction work

April 19, 2017

A series of lane closures will take place in Toronto on Dundas Street East between Yonge Street and Church Street from April to November to allow for watermain construction work, TTC streetcar track work and road resurfacing.

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City of Toronto’s emergency services recognize their top telecommunicators at annual award ceremony

April 11, 2017

Today at Toronto Emergency Services’ Headquarters, Toronto Paramedic Services Chief Gord McEachen, Toronto Police Service Deputy Chief Richard Stubbings and Toronto Fire Services Deputy Chief Anthony Bavota announced the winners of the City’s annual Telecommunicator of the Year Awards.

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Fore! No, five City golf courses open for the season

April 12, 2017

A sure sign that spring has arrived in Toronto is the launch of golf season. Beginning tomorrow, Thursday, April 13, all five City-run courses will be open for business, weather permitting, and remain open throughout the holiday weekend.

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Nominations open for Mayor's Community Safety Awards

April 11, 2017

The City of Toronto seeks nominations for Toronto-based projects that help build safe communities. Five projects will receive a Mayor's Community Safety Award and $1,000, sponsored by Bell Canada. Winners will be honoured at a ceremony at Toronto City Hall on Saturday, June 10.

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