Mon., Aug. 22 – Canada Post Town Hall, Annette Public Library, 145 Annette St., 7-8:30 pm. Canadians deserve a say in the future of their postal service. The current review of Canada Post is intended to make it self-sustaining, while providing valuable services to Canadians well into the future. Arif Virani, our MP, wants to hear from us on important questions such as:
- Do you want to save door-to-door delivery?
- Do you want postal banking to return?
- How should Canada Post adapt to the new digital world?
Register for this public consultation at www.eventbrite.com/e/canada-post-review-town-hall-tickets-26970812426
Mon., Aug. 29 – Movie Night in High Park, Picnic Area 2, near Bloor St. entrance, behind the Chess House, 8 pm. Councillor Doucette and CUPE Local 416 are sponsoring a free showing of “Zootopia.” Bring your own chairs and blankets.
From Gord Perks: West Neighbourhood House Newcomer Youth Program is offering an all-week Sailing Trip for girls ages 13 to 24, next week from August 22 to 26. Please share this with your youth and families. For more information, see the link above. To register, contact Jovie: 647-268-4417 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More from Gord: The City of Toronto is seeking public input on a licensing framework for rental apartment buildings. The intended goal of the licensing framework is to build on the current Multi-Residential Apartment Building Audit Program by promoting best practices in building maintenance, strengthening enforcement of property standards violations, and improving tenant engagement and access … more
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