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On January 20, 2015, staff presented the recommended tax and rate supported 2015 operating budget of $11.5 billion and 2015-2024 capital budget and plan of $31.7 billion.
Each year, the City of Toronto is proud to support events and exhibits scheduled for Black History Month, inviting members of the public to explore and celebrate the heritage, traditions and culture of African-Canadians.
City of Toronto employees announced a record fundraising total of $1,440,000 in support of United Way Toronto. Having set a goal of $1,250,000, this is the 14th year in a row that the Toronto Public Service has exceeded their fundraising goal.
Toronto's Official Plan Review includes public consultations to discuss transportation, transit priorities and how we'll fund these initiatives. Have your say!
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.
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).
T.O. INview displays locations and details of planned capital infrastructure projects scheduled for construction in Toronto. The site includes different types of construction information from Transportation Services, Toronto Water, City Planning, transit authorities and utility companies.
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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 and Corporations, each having its own relationship with City Council. Other services are administered through corporations that are partnered with the City.