Wallace Junction Focus Area

Wallace Junction Focus Area: Community Improvement Plan

The Golden Apple Waldorf Daycare

❦ The Golden Apple is nestled in the Junction neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario. Childcare is provided for children ages 12 months to 5 years according to the views of Rudolf Steiner and the principles of Waldorf education. French will be incorporated in our daily rhythm through songs, storytelling & puppetry, organic & fresh, hands-on meals served several times a day and a holistic environment filled with inspiring, open ended toys such as, silks, wooden toys, felted animals and Waldorf dolls.

Public Meeting: Community Improvement Plans

This public meeting is a followup to the Wallace Junction Focus Area meeting.

The details are all contained in the attached PDF document, which you can download below.


To be held by Planning and Growth Management Committee (Under the Planning Act)

Stimulating Economic Growth: Proposed Community Improvement Plans for the City of Toronto, the Waterfront and the South of Eastern Employment District

DATE: May 8, 2008
TIME: 10:00a.m., or as soon as possible thereafter
PLACE: City Hall, Committee Room 1, 2nd Floor. 100 Queen Street West, Toronto

Wallace Junction Focus Area

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The City of Toronto has distributed the following flyers throughout the neighbourhood:

Community Meeting

Wallace Junction Focus Area

Area bounded by Dupont Street, the GO/CNR/CPR rail corridor, Lansdowne Avenue, and Dundas Street West

Focus areas enable municipalities to provide financial incentives to support improvement and rehabilitation of areas that have been identified as Community Improvement Project Areas (CIPAs). Generally, these are areas that are in need of assistance with regard to: declining building stock, conflicting land uses, barriers to improvement and redevelopment, as well as declining social, environmental and/or economic conditions. The Planning Act, the City of Toronto Act, 2006 and the Toronto Official Plan support the designation of CIPAs and the preparation of focus areas.

Purpose of the Meeting

The meeting will inform the community on the Wallace Junction Focus Area. The Community will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed plan prior to its consideration by Toronto and East York Community Council. If you cannot attend the meeting, you can still make your views known by sending an email to Councillor Adam Giambrone at councillor_giambrone@toronto.ca or call our office at 416 392-7012.

Date: April 23, 2008
Time: 6:30 to 8:30
Location: Wallace Emerson Community Centre, Abrigo Room

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