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Statement on Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752

For many Canadians, the new year has brought the unbearable news of the loss of their family and friends aboard Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752 in Tehran on January 8. The Canadians lost in this tragedy were, in many cases, returning home after visiting grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins and friends in Iran.  The Mayor […]

Hours of operation for the end-of-year holidays

December 24, 2019 to January 2, 2020 (inclusive) — Administration offices— Library— Samuel Moskovitch Arena— Public Works Yard— Aquatic and Community Centre— Gymnasium— Overnight parking tolerance— Waste collection schedule Administration offices Closed Library Open: 12 pm to 5 pm Samuel Moskovitch Arena Closed Public Works Yard Closed Aquatic and Community Centre  Date Hours of operation […]

Abraham de Sola St. blocked from December 9 to December 13

Abraham de Sola St. will be blocked. Detours will be available through David Lewis St. Pedestrians will still be able to walk on the south sidewalk of Abraham de Sola St. Duration: From December 9 to December 13, from 7 am to 7 pm. Cause: Street occupation is taking place because a building is connecting […]

Digging in District 7 (November)

Bell Canada will be digging at various locations in District 7. No street closures are planned. When: Work will be ongoing until the end of November 2019.Cause: Bell is adding conduits in order to pass fibre optics for better service in the area, and adding conduits for the city street lights.