Calling all mural artists

The Midtown Yonge BIA is currently undertaking “Midtown Yonge BIA Connects! Through Community Animation & Art”, an ambitious project to define a shared sense ofcommunity identity through public art. The BIA believes public art is key in building their business community back better from the pandemic, enlivening the streetscape after years of development, making the … Read more

We are getting a new Community and Aquatic Centre

BlogTo has recently reported construction plans for the new Davisville Community and Aquatic Centre (CAC) will bring a new public recreation facility to the heart of midtown, just steps east of Davisville subway station. The roof design will be similar to the new Canoe Landing community centre in CityPlace. The Davisville CAC’s active roof will include a … Read more

Winter Riding Tips from CycleTO

Some of our local residents are planning to ride their bicycles throughout the winter. If you are one of these hearty residents, please follow the tips provided by the experts at CycleTO. Colder temperatures and darker days are no reason to put away your bike for the season. While it can be a little more … Read more

Changes to Snow Clearing this winter …

Going into the 2021-2022 winter season, City of Toronto officials said around 85 per cent of all public sidewalks were cleared by sidewalk plows. However, after a two-year pilot project and city council approval, 13 per cent of the remaining sidewalks will be cleared by plows and municipal crews were clear the remaining two per … Read more

Transforming Mount Pleasant Village

In October 2016, the Toronto-based urban design landscape architect studio, Public Work, presented to the Mount Pleasant Village BIA a proposed Streetscape Master Plan: the BIA had called a public meeting to review the proposed plan. The plan presents a vision of Mount Pleasant Road from Eglinton to the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, taking into account … Read more