Ontario requires new high-rises to have sprinklers ctvtoronto.ca See the video clip: http://watch.ctv.ca/news/clip60767#clip60767 The provincial government has changed the Ontario Building Code to make it mandatory for all new condos and apartments higher than three storeys to have sprinklers. The changes, announced Wednesday morning, will take effect by on April 1, 2010.
The YMCA Employment & Newcomer Programs located at Dufferin /Finch Ave. W. will be undertaking a project in the Westminster- Branson area and we would like to give youth the opportunity to participate. The Project is called Take BAC 13 (BAC stands for Beautiful and Clean) and the 13 represents the 13 “priority” neighbourhoods involved […]
A Rose by Any Other Name 24 HOURS – Thursday May 15, 2008- Thien Huynh SIGNS OF CHANGE – But Will Rebuilding Jane-Finch Make a Difference p.6 Jane-Finch wants to wow everyone with a new name and makeover. After close to a year working to transform itself into the more posh-sounding University Heights, the beleaguered […]
Jane-Finch dot-com Website opens community to the world By TAMARA CHERRY, SUN MEDIA http://www.torontosun.com/News/TorontoAndGTA/2008/05/12/5538201-sun.html Jane-Finch.com movers Paul Nguyen, Jason Roberts, Mark Simms and Sue Chun give their neighbourhood a forum. (Dave Thomas/Sun Media)
New transit lines will drive house prices Resale values can jump 20% with expansion of transportation routes May 7, 2008 Tony Wong BUSINESS REPORTER http://yourhome.ca/homes/article/422263 The proposed expansion of the Toronto Transit Commission’s Spadina line to Vaughan will be a major catalyst to population growth, driving up resale values by as much as 20 per […]
See an article below: The TTC’s technology problem Posted: April 22, 2008, 4:14 PM by Rob Roberts … The best speech, though, came from Councillor Anthony Perruzza, the rumpled, motorcycle-riding everyman who represents York West, and also sits on the TTC.