Edwin Ave.

LF Parking Spot or Garage Spot near Dundas + Dupont

Hi there,

I work in the area, and am looking for a parking spot to rent, open to covered or uncovered. The office is at Dundas and Dupont, so somewhere in the area.


28th Annual Maderian Cultural Week

I would like to inform you that the Canadian Madeira Club will be hosting their 28th Annual Cultural Week Celebrations @
Casa da Madeira Community Centre (1621 Dupont St)

The full program is now available on our New Website.

There are several free night that you can drop in and have a look at our exhibits, We have a full program scheduled with Folklore dancing Singing, Local Singers and Great regional dishes for you to try.


if you have any further questions, fell free to contact me @


Carlton Park Area Community Yard Sale

Carlton Park Area Community Yard Sale

Located on

  • Edwin Ave
  • Edith Ave
  • Franklin Ave
  • Perth Ave

North of Dupont St.

Saturday, May 10th, starting at 8:00am

Meeting: Proposal to Open Restaurant on Edwin Ave.

Meeting details are from a flyer distributed by Ward 18 Councillor Ana Bailao's office. You can download a PDF copy of the flyer here.



The Chief Designer of the Metropolis Factory, Marco Pecota, is interested in opening up a family restaurant at the Metropolis Factory location, at 50 Edwin Avenue. I invite you to a community meeting to discuss the proposed plans. Please note that I, City of Toronto Licensing Staff, Marco Pecota, and an AGCO Representative will be present to answer any questions and/or concerns you may have regarding this proposal.

I look forward to hearing from you on this proposal on Tuesday, January 14, 2014.

WHEN: Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014, 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: 50 Edwin Ave., Metropolis Factory

Note: If you cannot attend this meeting for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact my office with your questions and/or concerns.

Carlton Park - Big upgrades coming in 2013

A message from Ward 18 City Councilor, Ana Bailao, via the Carlton Park People's Auxiliary Facebook page:

Hi Carlton Park People's Auxiliary,

As follow-up to our May 14 meeting at St. Sebastien Catholic School I submitted a project list to the City's Parks, Forestry and Recreation capital improvements branch. The City is now committed to carrying out several major improvements in 2013, including: removal of the baseball diamond and addition of junior soccer field; removal of concrete pad and associated restoration; addition of hard landscaping elements like an asphalt path, accessible park entrances with planters, seat walls and fencing; new drinking fountain with dog bowl. We will also ensure the City's Parks department adds additional park benches, tables, landscaping and topsoil. This work will be carried out in consultation with the community and my office will stay top of the file to ensure we have a project manager working with us as soon as possible.

If you would like to participate in this continuing process and receive periodic updates from my office with respect to these improvements, please email councillor_bailao@toronto.ca with your name, address, telephone number.

Please also pass this message along to neighbours who are not part of the Facebook group, but who may nonetheless be interested in participating.

Thanks for your continued efforts to improve our local parks!


Ana Bailao
City Councillor
Ward 18, Davenport

Notes from 362 Wallace Meeting (July 26 2011)

Proposed 362 Wallace Ave. Development - Aerial ViewProposed 362 Wallace Ave. Development - Aerial View

The following notes from the July 26th 2011 public meeting regarding redevelopment of the 362 Wallace Ave. lands are from Shona Kennedy, a resident of Macauley Ave. Edited by me for web formatting. Photos of the display boards were provided by Joanna.

Please note that all drawings and plans are preliminary, and not finalized! Discussions between the developer, City, and local residents will bring about many changes.

Preliminary Meeting – 362 Wallace Proposed Development


  • Councilor Ana Bailao
  • Owners/Developers – Fred Ruth (Somerset Homes) Nick & Conrad (Torbel Group)
  • Architect – Kregg Fordyce
  • Members of the community

Photos: Last week's community cleanup

Edwin Ave. cleanup.: Photo by Craig CharnockEdwin Ave. cleanup.: Photo by Craig Charnock

Last weekend's community cleanup day was a success, thanks to volunteers from all over the neighbourhood. Local cleanup events were held at Carlton Park, Campbell Ave. / Rankin Cres., Symington Ave., Edwin Ave., the West Toronto Railpath, and on South Perth and Sterling Rd. These parts of the Junction Triangle are now looking much better!

Of course, tackling the litter and dumping problems in our neighbourhood is an ongoing struggle, but you don't need to wait until Earth Day to do something about it. If there's any litter in front of your homes or garages, just take two seconds to pick it up and put it in the proper place. You can also report illegal dump sites or excessive litter to the City's 311 phone number, or 311@toronto.ca

Here are some photos from the April 24th 2010 Community Cleanup, submitted by various cleanup organizers around the neighbourhood. Thanks!

2010 Community Cleanup

2010 Community Cleanup

Edwin Ave. cleanup. Photo by Craig Charnock, 2010-04-24.

2010 Community Cleanup

2010 Community Cleanup

Edwin Ave. cleanup. Photo by Craig Charnock, 2010-04-24.

2010 Community Cleanup

2010 Community Cleanup

Edwin Ave. cleanup. Photo by Craig Charnock, 2010-04-24.

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