Toronto is proud to be the Host City of the 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games.
The Pan American Games will be held from July 10 - 26, 2015 and the Parapan American Games will run from August 7 - 14, 2015.
Ten thousand athletes, coaches and officials from 41 countries across the Americas and the Caribbean, and 250,000 visitors will be inspired by Toronto's hospitality, diversity and dynamism during the Games.
The City's e-newsletter City Update focuses on the latest services, innovations and accomplishments at the City of Toronto - Canada's largest city and sixth largest government. This quarterly e-newsletter is for the public, stakeholders, media, City Council and staff. Subscribe to City Update at toronto.ca/e-Updates.
The City budget is a financial plan that describes the money the City will raise and spend within a year.
Every year City staff put forward a recommended budget and then the Mayor and City Council, with input from Toronto residents and businesses, make choices about the City's services and programs.
Each year, Toronto recognizes the contributions to improving human rights made by residents or groups through the Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards. The 2013 awards were presented on December 4 at City Hall to five individuals and one group, in a ceremony to mark Human Rights Day.
Toronto City Council requested City staff to undertake a review of a request from Porter Airlines to permit jet-powered aircraft operations at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA).
Toronto's Official Plan Review includes public consultations to discuss transportation, transit priorities and how we'll fund these initiatives. Have your say!
Toronto is proud to be the Host City of the 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games.The Pan American Games will be held from July 10 - 26, 2015 and the Parapan American Games will run from August 7 - 14, 2015. Find out more about the Games.
The City's Chief Planner welcomes you to hear her and twelve city building experts talk about creative and broad ways to meet the challenges and opportunities in the building of our great city.
If you believe that the City has been negligent in its maintenance of City facilities, roads, trees and sewers, which has caused bodily injury or damage to your property, you can file a claim against the City to seek compensation. More information
The City of Toronto publishes regular podcasts summarizing recent City initiatives, programs and services.
The Employment Centre portal is the first phase of a greater online presence. Visit the portal now to learn about and register for employment workshops and job fairs.
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The City of Toronto's administrative structure is designed to provide members of the Toronto Public Service with both greater public accountability and greater flexibility in responding to the changing needs of the city.
Many important services are administered on behalf of the City and the community through separate City agencies, boards, commissions and corporations (ABCCs) and other special purpose bodies (SPBs), each having its own relationship with City Council. Other services are administered through corporations that are partnered with the City.