At its meeting on November 8 and 9, 2016 City Council considered a final report on new ward boundary options for the City and selected a 47-ward boundary option.
At its meeting on March 28 and 29, 2017, City Council passed By-law 267-2017 implementing its decision on new ward boundaries for the City of Toronto.
At its meeting of April 26 to 28, 2017, the Council of the City of Toronto intends to enact technical corrections to By-law 267-2017 respecting the ward boundaries of the City. The technical corrections do not alter the new ward boundaries adopted by City Council. No revisions will be made to the map of the new ward boundaries as a result of the technical corrections.
If the technical corrections are enacted by City Council, a notice of passing will be issued within 15 days of the date of passing.
More information about the process leading up to the decision can be found:
Can I appeal the ward boundary decision?
Any person can appeal the ward boundary by-law to the Ontario Municipal Board within 45 days of the date of passing.
Any person may also appeal the technical corrections to By-law 267-2017 within 45 days of their date of passing.
- Check out the OMB's information sheet on the appeal process (External site)
The Ontario Municipal Board requires letters of appeal to be submitted to the City of Toronto together with the filing fee a certified cheque or money order for $300 made payable to the Minister of Finance.
The OMB asks that you ensure your letter of appeal sets out your objections to the by-law and the reasons in support of your objection.
The City will send your appeal and payment to the Ontario Municipal Board together with required documentation.
The City will accept your appeal:
By mail or courier:
City Clerk's Office
12th Floor, West Tower, City Hall
100 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M5H 2N2
City Clerk's Office Registry Services Counter
First Floor, Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Toronto ON