Celebrate Canada's 150th birthday at four locations across Toronto including Nathan Phillips Square, Scarborough Civic Centre, Humber Bay Park West and Mel Lastman Square. Free!
The City wants to hear from the public about barriers faced by people with disabilities. Register for a public consultation or complete the online survey by June 30.
Pick up your #C150TO gear (t-shirts, mugs, hats, water bottles and more) and celebrate Canada's 150th birthday in style!
Residents are invited to share their views on a strategy for protecting the city's bees and other pollinators. Learn more about the strategy and complete a short survey.
Trans youth of colour should experience the same well-being, safety and opportunities afforded to all Torontonians. Help create a Toronto that says "no" to all forms of discrimination and racism.
The City of Toronto has sustained further flooding impacts as a result of recent rainfall. City staff continue to monitor conditions, assist residents and implement flood mitigation efforts.