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Feeding appetite’s in Toronto’s dining epicenter

  “We’re considered iconic?” general manager, Gary laughs “You know, when you’re working in a restaurant and spend all your time here you don’t really think of that.”  Hey Lucy’s opened in 1997 to eager and willing weekend visitors seeking a place to grab a drink...

Opening Of New York-Bay-Yonge Ramp

Members, The new York-Bay-Yonge ramp will be open Sunday following the announcement by Mayor John Tory. You will be interested to know that the new ramp will feature: three lanes to Lower Simcoe Street; with a right-turn to go southbound on Lower Simcoe Street a Fixed...

Support For Small Business – Tax Capping Proposal

Members, City Council will be considering a proposal to “cap” commercial tax increases due to property value assessment increases. Councillor Cressy is supportive of this measure and will be encouraging his colleagues to approve it. Please click here for...

Overdose Prevention & Response Training

Members, Toronto Public Health is providing a free overdose prevention, recognition and response training. In this training, you will learn about the overdose/toxic drug supply crisis in Toronto, basics in overdose prevention and recognition, and how to systematically...

Crane Hoist – Front Street (CBC) – Jan 12-15

Members, We have been notified that a crane hoist is planned for this weekend at the CBC building (250 Front St. West) to move mechanical equipment to the roof. A mobile crane will be set up on Front Street just east of John Street. Work will begin on Friday night,...

King Street Transit Pilot

MAP link to city website CONTACT The King Street Transit Pilot is now in full effect. The project takes place on King Street from Bathurst Street to Jarvis Street. Expected pilot duration is one year. Background The pilot is about moving people more efficiently on...

Request Feedback On King St Pilot

Members,    The BIA is participating in weekly calls with the City and other stakeholders regarding the King Street Transit Pilot.  We are working closely with the City and TTC to coordinate a positive message around shopping, theatre, and dining on King St.  For...

Road Closures: Cavalcade Of Lights

The following streets will be closed on Saturday, November 25 from 4 to 11:30 p.m. for the Cavalcade of Lights: • Bay Street from Dundas Street to Richmond Street West (local traffic only from Dundas Street to Hagerman Street and controlled access point for Albert...