Meeting: Bloor/Dundas Avenue Study

The following email came from Councillor Gord Perks. If you wish to have any comments passed on via our residents association, please contact us.

Please be advised that the next meeting for the Bloor/Dundas Avenue Study is a Local Advisory Committee meeting, held on:

Wednesday, November 5
6:30 p.m.
Loyola Arrupe - Main Floor Dining Area
1709 Bloor Street West (map)

Signs will be posted directing folks to the meeting area.

Note: The public are welcomed to attend the LAC meetings and observe the LAC discussions. To ensure a focused discussion that will provide an opportunity to review the materials to date and provide opportunities for feedback as we move forward (see page 6 of the Avenue Study terms of reference), we ask that members not appointed to the Local Advisory Committee reserve their comments for the Bloor Dundas 'Avenue' Study public meetings.

We encourage all residents, business owners and stakeholders to participate fully in the larger community meetings for the Bloor Dundas 'Avenue' study, because your comments, questions and concerns spark further discussion at the LAC meetings and assist with the study's progress. You may also want to connect with your area Resident's Association, Business Improvement Area or community agency (see list of LAC members below) to ask that your comments be included in the LAC discussions.

LAC membership includes representation from:

  • Area Residents
  • Bishop Marrocco / Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School
  • Bloor By the Park B.I.A.
  • Councillor Gord Perks, Ward 14, Parkdale-High Park
  • Friends of Dundas and Bloor
  • High Park Community Advisory Council
  • High Park Residents Association
  • Lithuanian Lutheran Church
  • Loblaw Properties
  • Loyola Arrupe
  • Roncesvalles Macdonell Residents Association
  • Roncesvalles Village B.I.A.
  • South Junction Triangle Residents Association
  • The Crossways Complex
  • Vilnius Manor
  • WestBend Community Association

If you have any questions, please contact Senior Planner Corwin Cambray at
416-397-0244 or by email at

For more information about the Bloor/Dundas Avenue Study, please visit the City of Toronto's website.