The Danforth BIA was one of 22 projects across Canada to receive TD Green Streets cash for innovation urban forestry projects.
The life of a city tree can be tough. Pollution, road salt, litter, bicycle locks and soil compaction are just a few of the hazards trees face in the line of duty.
But a new pilot project on the Danforth aims to encourage businesses and residents to work together to keep their local trees healthy.
Roncesville Village BIA encouraging community to participate in 6th annual Earth Hour candlelight walk
The Roncesvalles Village BIA is encouraging the community to come out and gather in solidarity for this year’s 6th Annual Earth Hour candlelight walk.
The walk will begin at the future site of the Dundas-Roncesvalles Peace Garden in front of the Starbucks at 8:15 p.m. The walk will begin at 8:30 p.m. and finish up around 9:30 p.m.
The unlikely combination of city staff and graffiti artists are breathing new life into city spaces while curbing illegal vandalism.
Thousands of tourists and athletes will be coming to Toronto for the Pan Am Games later this year, and when they do, the West Queen West BIA plans on offering them a new type of sightseeing trip: A tour of the area’s graffiti.
Recognizing Festival Leaders
Ontario - Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO) announced the 2015 Top 100 Festivals & Events in Ontario. These Top 100 recipients represent festivals and events that excel within the industry. Included in the Top 100 are the Festivals & Events of Distinction (LOD), a select group which represent some of the most well-known and respected celebrations in the province; celebrations which draw both an international and domestic audience.