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Chorley Park Update PDF Print E-mail

We are pleased to share the most recent newsletter of the North Rosedale Residents Association which features important updates regarding the Chorley Park project, Teen Safety and Social Media and more. (Read more ...)

Mount Pleasant Cemetery Update PDF Print E-mail

Neighbours launch legal battle against Mount Pleasant Cemetery over who really owns the land.

Area residents say the 1,200 acres it and other cemeteries sit on rightfully belong to the public (read more).

Moore Park Lawn Bowling Club Update PDF Print E-mail

The Moore Park Lawn Bowling Club is situated in beautiful Moorevale Park. We bowl from late April to Oct-Nov. Anyone of any age is welcome to join the fun!  And it is a lot of fun!  Our club also runs a bowling program for neighbouring schools, organizes tournaments with other lawn bowling clubs and can help organize a lawn bowling event for you and your friends!

Try lawn bowling for FREE for 2 occasions; all you need is a flat pair of shoes. Simply show up for any game outlined below. If you decide to join, new members pay only $80 for the first year! See flyer for more details.

Notice of Community Meeting To Discuss Yellow Creek Erosion and Stabilization Project PDF Print E-mail

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is pleased to invite you to attend the first Community Liaison Committee meeting to discuss ongoing slope stability and erosion issues behind Heath Street East and Heath Crescent. The project area is located east of Yonge Street and north of St. Clair Avenue East within the Vale of Avoca ravine system. Click here to read the full flyer.

Monday, April 23, 2018

7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Presentation at 7:15 p.m.)

Northern District Library, Gwen Liu Meeting Room 200

40 Orchard View Blvd, City of Toronto

Registration for Free Trees with Tree For Me PDF Print E-mail

Get a Tree to Plant at Home Through Tree For Me

Registration starts April 1st!

It's that time of year again! We're gearing up for another exciting round of Spring Tree For Me Community Events in neighbourhoods across Toronto! 

Tree For Me is Toronto's community-powered backyard tree planting program. A community-based partnership, Tree for Me makes it easy for Toronto residents to get no-cost native trees for their yards. Through facilitated grants provided by Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation, events are held across the city in support of the Every Tree Counts movement, a partnership between Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation and the City of Toronto to reach 40% tree cover in Toronto. Tree For Me events help put more trees in our yards, more trees in our communities, and more trees in our city.

With Tree For Me, not only will you be able to collect a no-cost tree for your property, you'll learn the skills you need to plant and care for your tree properly!

It's easy: start by taking a short tree matching quiz at treeforme.ca to make sure you get the right tree for the right location in your yard. Starting
April 1st, register for a community event near you at treeforme.ca. Attend your event, learn about tree planting and tree care, take home your new tree and get planting! 

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