A tree and a neighbourhood get heritage designation - and other City Council highlights

TORONTO - That 250 year old oak tree on 76 Coral Drive, and the St. Lawrence neighbourhood, now have heritage designations; Toronto accepted a $25 million dollar donation for a park; and city staff will monitor the ice thickness of Grenadier Pond.


2016 tax-supported operating and capital budgets for Toronto in the preliminary review process

TORONTO - Toronto's Budget Committee began the budget process to review the preliminary 2016 tax-supported operating and capital budgets on December 15, 2015.


Multi-million dollar GTA car theft ring busted - 18 people arrested, 640 charges laid

TORONTO - A joint police services operation put the brakes on an organized crime ring, suspected of stealing close to 500 vehicles in the Greater Toronto Area this year and selling them abroad.


Social media helps solve three-year-old homicide investigation into death of Mike Pimentel

TORONTO - A three-year-old murder case has been solved, partly due to police taking to social media to engage the public in searching for Mike Pimentel’s killer.


$93 million pyramid scheme busted - Toronto, Vancouver man facing charges

TORONTO - Financial Crimes investigators have made two arrests in connection with a massive pyramid scheme that allegedly bilked thousands of investors out of tens of millions of dollars.


Toronto Public Service sets another fundraising record in 2015 for United Way

TORONTO - The United Way Toronto & York Region received an early Christmas present from City of Toronto employees to the tune of $1,580,000, which was the 2015 amount raised during their annual fundraising efforts.


Don’t be fooled by the ‘too good to be true’ deal - Counterfeit products are risky

TORONTO - With the holiday season approaching, consumers are being warned to look out for counterfeit or pirated items, some of which, including gas-burning ovens, could be dangerous because they aren’t tested for safety.


If you had a drink, don’t drive - RIDE officers are out very night during the holidays

TORONTO - There’s a long line up of cars at the intersection of Kingston Road and Chine Drive as police officers stop cars and for Holiday RIDE checks.


Economic impact of 2015 Nuit Blanche Toronto estimated at $41.5 million

TORONTO - The City of Toronto announced on December 2, 2015 that the economic impact of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2015, the city’s free annual all-night celebration of contemporary art, is estimated to be about $41.5 million, according to the findings of an Ipsos Reid survey. The October 3rd event had an estimated attendance of over one million people, including 205,000 out-of-town visitors.


Numerous charges to be laid in multiple incidents of Fire Code violations in Toronto

TORONTO - Three recent fires and an incident where three people were sent to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning has resulted in Toronto Fire Services laying multiple charges for Ontario Fire Code violations.


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