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May 22, 2001
Multilingual newsletter published
  
The City of Toronto invites all people living or working in Toronto to tell us
their ideas and suggestions about what the City should look like in the future.
We want to make the first Official Plan for the new City a meaningful guide for
community planning and decision making.

The newsletter, published in six languages, highlights major themes in the
report Toronto at the Crossroads: Shaping Our Future. This report is a
milestone for the new Official Plan. More than ever, we still want community
input to ensure the Official Plan will reflect community priorities, objectives
and aspirations.

To receive a newsletter published in Chinese, English, French, Polish,
Portuguese and Spanish, members of the public can contact one the following:

Toronto Chinese Community Services Association
310 Spadina Ave., Suite 301, Toronto M5T 2E8
416-977-4026


Centre francophone du Toronto metropolitaine
20 Lower Spadina Ave., Toronto M5V 2Z1
416-203-1220


The Hispanic Development Council
517 College St., Suite 402, Toronto M6G 4A2
416-516-0851


Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services
15 Roncesvalles Ave., Suite 202, Toronto M6R 2K2
416-533-9471


Portuguese Translator, Main Floor
City Hall, Toronto M5H 2N2
416-392-7348


City Planning, Urban Development Services: 416-392-8101

TTY (Access Toronto): 416-338-0889

Web site: www.city.toronto.on.ca/toronto
plan

e-mail: torontoplan@city.toronto.on.ca


Media Contact
Access Toronto
416-338-0338

 

 

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