Join the community meeting for the development of 3350 Weston Rd

On Sept 27th, we need your input for the proposed mid-rise tower residential building at 3350 Weston Rd. 

Friend --

A development application from a private developer has come in for a mid-rise tower residential building at 3350 Weston Road. Please attend the public consultation meeting on Wednesday, September 27th starting at 6:30 pm at Carmine Stefano Community Centre (3100 Weston Rd) for this important public consultation meeting. More details can be found below.

In this newsletter, you can find: 

  • Community Meeting at 3350 Weston Rd
  • Changes to Black Creek Pioneer Village 
  • Finch West LRT Construction Notices
  • PollinateTO Grants
  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Network Study

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me at 416 338 5335 or [email protected]. My team is here to support you.


Councillor Anthony Perruzza
Ward 7, Humber- River Black Creek

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Continued support of the Marian Shrine of Gratitude


I joined community members at the Marian Shrine of Gratitude to show my support. If you haven't had a chance yet, sign our petition at: 

ACORN Tenant Meeting

Over the weekend, I got an opportunity to join an ACORN meeting to speak to local tenants and listen to their issues. Thank you to ACORN for welcoming me into your space and for your continuous advocacy work for tenants.

Community Meeting at 3350 Weston Rd


Join the meeting regarding the development at 3350 Weston Rd! 

Date: Wednesday, Sept 27th
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Location: Carmine Stefano Community Centre, Gym A (3100 Weston Rd) 

Click here for more details about the development plan. 

Changes to Black Creek Pioneer Village


Toronto's Black Creek Pioneer Village is undergoing major changes, starting with a name change to 'The Village at Black Creek' in early 2024. There are also plans to redevelop the parking lot to expand the museum and visitor center, aimed at revitalizing the site and aligning with city goals. A study by CreateTO, in collaboration with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), will explore these changes and present development options for approval by the TRCA's Board of Directors. 

Finch West-LRT Notices


Until Friday, September 22nd, there will be a continued: 

  • Temporary lane closure at Signet Dri, Arrow Rd at Finch Ave W. 
  • Temporary traffic changes at Duncanwoods Dr and Finch Ave W.  



Until Friday, October 13th, there will temporary traffic changes at Norfinch Dr and Oakdale Rd and Finch Ave W. 

PollinateTO Grants 

Applications are now open for the City of Toronto’s PollinateTO Grants program. Through the program, the City offers grants of up to $5,000 to support community-led initiatives that result in the creation or expansion of pollinator habitat on public and private lands in Toronto. 

 Projects eligible for funding include those that create new pollinator habitats in green spaces, such as schoolyards and parks, and those that expand existing gardens with pollinator-friendly plants. Projects that create pollinator pathways (multiple gardens on a residential street) are also eligible for funding. Projects must be visible to the public and educate and/or engage the community.

Community groups, not-for-profit organizations, student groups, parent councils, Indigenous groups and other resident-led groups are encouraged to apply. Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, October 25.

 Interested residents are invited to attend an information session on Wednesday, October 4, to learn more about the grants and applications process. More information is available on the PollinateTO Grants webpage:

Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Network Study: upcoming events and public survey

The City of Toronto is developing a Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Network Study to help ensure that public charging will be available where and when it is needed across Toronto, to achieve our goals for sustainable transportation and EV uptake. We’re asking for input from all residents - current and potential EV owners, and drivers and non-drivers – to help us identify where and when public EV charging will be needed to meet demand as more people and businesses switch to electric vehicles and to better understand how public EV charging fits into an equitable low-carbon transportation system in Toronto.

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