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  News Release 1998
  
TitleDate of News Release
City of Toronto Officially Launches Millennium WebsiteDecember 22, 1998
Mayor Lastman unveils winning design for Dundas SquareDecember 21, 1998
Ontario Divisional Court overturns certification of class action lawsuit against Keele Valley Landfill SiteDecember 18, 1998
Outdoor Skating Rink Opens at Scarborough Civic CentreDecember 17, 1998
Scarborough Civic Centre Wraps Up 1998 at Annual Family New Year's Eve PartyDecember 17, 1998
Mike Bullard and Santa help Pioneers share holiday at hostelsDecember 14, 1998
Canadian ambassador to El Salvador and Guatemala visits Toronto in response to Hurricane Mitch relief effortDecember 8, 1998
Catholic students drive campaign for homeless peopleDecember 8, 1998
City Issues Two Debentures Totaling $250 MillionDecember 8, 1998
City Highlights Top 10 Intersections for 1997December 7, 1998
Catholic students give gift of transportation to homeless peopleDecember 4, 1998
Mayor Lastman asks Toronto to pitch in for victims of Hurricane MitchNovember 30, 1998
Busy Seasonal Activities Planned for Scarborough Civic CentreNovember 27, 1998
Mayor and Minister open renovated shelterNovember 23, 1998
Toronto tops for Canadian design and fashionNovember 20, 1998
Lastman talks dollars and sense with NY financiersNovember 19, 1998
Allan Gardens All Dolled Up for Victorian Christmas Flower ShowNovember 19, 1998
Giuliani and Lastman agree: red-light cameras save livesNovember 18, 1998
Ground Breaking Ceremony for the Milliken Community Recreation CentreNovember 17, 1998
Mayor Mel and Marilyn's Award for the Arts November 16, 1998
Toronto Arts Council Foundation Honours ArtistsNovember 16, 1998
Yonge-Dundas Project clears final legal hurdleNovember 12, 1998
Mayor Lastman gives Yonge-Dundas Project a boostNovember 10, 1998
Some Municipal Offices Open Remembrance DayNovember 10, 1998
The Bump in the Road at the Humber is HistoryNovember 10, 1998
"Distinctive" Waterfront Conference Coming to TorontoNovember 9, 1998
Toronto Invites Submissions for 1999 Book AwardNovember 5, 1998
City of Toronto Announces Appointment of Director of CommunicationsNovember 3, 1998
Public Meetings Being Held to Review Toronto Ward BoundariesOctober 30, 1998
Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilOctober 30, 1998
Tumi Festival Highlights Peruvian Arts, HeritageOctober 28, 1998
Notice of Rescheduling and Cancellation of MeetingsOctober 23, 1998
Nothing Small About Toronto Small Business ForumOctober 23, 1998
Two-Day Celebration for Opening of Neilson HouseOctober 20, 1998
St. Lawrence Market Harvest Festival continues Saturday, October 24October 19, 1998
"Night of Knights" Kick-off Features Musical Interlude and Fresh Baked Bread!October 19, 1998
Bargain Buys at Public Vehicle Auction October 24October 16, 1998
Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilOctober 16, 1998
Tunnel Excavation Begins at Western BeachesOctober 16, 1998
Dundas Square Design Competition Narrowed to Six Finalist Teams October 15, 1998
Task Force on Community Access and Equity interim report availableOctober 15, 1998
2008 Olympic Bid Community Council MeetingsOctober 13, 1998
Task Force on Community Access and Equity releases interim report October 9, 1998
City of Toronto Starts Countdown to the Year 2000October 8, 1998
City of Toronto Hosts Briefing to Highlight Tax Relief Program October 7, 1998
Media Advisory: Fire ServicesOctober 7, 1998
Mayor Mel takes Toronto to HollywoodOctober 7, 1998
City of Toronto wins national awardOctober 5, 1998
Lastman to world: Toronto is open for businessOctober 5, 1998
Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilOctober 2, 1998
"The Great Escape" is coming soon - are Toronto residents ready?October 1, 1998
Concerts at the Scarborough Civic CentreOctober 1, 1998
Mayor conducts red-light camera testSeptember 29, 1998
Celebrate Community Parks WeekSeptember 29, 1998
City of Toronto appeals Keele Valley Landfill decisionSeptember 28, 1998
Jane Pitfield Elected Councillor in City of Toronto By-ElectionSeptember 25, 1998
Wine and liquor bottles soon to be returned to sellerSeptember 24, 1998
Islamic Art and Science Exhibition at the Scarborough Civic CentreSeptember 23, 1998
Short-list of firms announced for Toronto's Biosolids Beneficial Use ProgramSeptember 23, 1998
East York By-Election set for Thursday, September 24September 21, 1998
Walking tours of Toronto parks show off beauty of fall coloursSeptember 21, 1998
Carbon Monoxide Awareness WeekSeptember 20, 1998
List of Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilSeptember 18, 1998
City of Toronto Kicks Off United Way CampaignSeptember 14, 1998
How to Start an Import/Export Mail Order BusinessSeptember 14, 1998
High Park Children's Garden Hosts Play Day and Harvest Festival During Fall SeasonSeptember 14, 1998
City Requests Your Ideas for Year 2000 CelebrationSeptember 10, 1998
Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame Announces 1998 InducteesSeptember 9, 1998
Annual Thomas Foster Picnic Provides Memorable Afternoon for Toronto's ChildrenSeptember 4, 1998
Continuous Advance Voting Begins September 8 for By-Election September 4, 1998
List of Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilSeptember 3, 1998
Seven on short list for 1998 Toronto Book AwardSeptember 1, 1998
Community Safety Task Force Meeting to Discuss Changes to Young Offenders ActAugust 31, 1998
"Back to School"August 31, 1998
Safety Day at CNE Set for September 2August 27, 1998
Toronto's Committee on the Status of Women Urges Prime Minister Not to Appeal Pay EquityAugust 27, 1998
Official Opening of Rotary Park Pool Set for Saturday, August 29August 26, 1998
Cycling Ambassadors host safety event at Canadian National Exhibition to discourage motorists from opening vehicle doors into trafficAugust 26, 1998
Equal Access Children's Playground Opens SaturdayAugust 26, 1998
Mayor Lastman opens 120th ExhibitionAugust 21, 1998
Executive Director, Facilities and Real Estate appointedAugust 14, 1998
City of Toronto and St. George's Society Ready to Rumble at Annual Cricket MatchAugust 11, 1998
Toronto's water experiences taste and odour problem August 10, 1998
Nominations Open for East York By-ElectionAugust 6, 1998
1,418 employers call 397-jobs Lastman to examine exspansion of programmeJuly 31, 1998
Mayor establishes Young Offenders Task ForceJuly 30, 1998
Scarborough Athletes Compete in the 26th Annual Indianapolis-Scarborough Peace GamesJuly 30, 1998
Public Service Announcement: GST and Income Tax for Small BusinessJuly 29, 1998
Free Summer Concert Series Continues at Metro HallJuly 28, 1998
Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilJuly 28, 1998
Mayor Mel launches unique job program for youthJuly 27, 1998
Council approves property tax rates, phase-ins and capsJuly 24, 1998
Breaking the Cycle of HomelessnessJuly 23, 1998
Concerts at the Scarborough Civic CentreJuly 23, 1998
Make a splash at these late-night Toronto region watering holesJuly 21, 1998
Nathan Phillips Square hosts movies and music under the starsJuly 16, 1998
Healthy City Neighbourlies Award honours community innovationJuly 15, 1998
Games, Music, Prizes Highlight Summer Festival at Sorauren ParkJuly 14, 1998
Mayor Vows Safe, Cool Toronto PlaygroundsJuly 14, 1998
Committee on the Status of Women Pleased with Apology to Jane DoeJuly 14, 1998
Free Summer Concert Series Continues at Metro HallJuly 13, 1998
Toronto Parks and Recreation Invites Everyone to "Take a Hike"July 13, 1998
Mayor Mel is Out for Blood on Bay St.July 13, 1998
Extended Hours for Some Outdoor Swimming Pools July 13, 1998
List of Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilJuly 10, 1998
City of Toronto makes pledge to Sheldon KennedyJuly 10, 1998
City of Toronto greets Sheldon Kennedy with a children's rally in Metro SquareJuly 9, 1998
Street Style, Toronto's alternative street festival, returns June 30, 1998
Free Summer Concert Series Continues at Metro HallJune 29, 1998
Annual Robbie Soccer Tournament Media ConferenceJune 26, 1998
List of Upcoming Meetings For Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilJune 26, 1998
City's Task Force to hold additional public hearings on new property assessment and tax policyJune 25, 1998
Canada Day Celebrations Bash to Take Place at Thomson ParkJune 25, 1998
City Councillor and Toronto MPP Push Province to Implement Red Light Cameras at High Risk IntersectionsJune 24, 1998
Concerts at the Scarborough Civic CentreJune 24, 1998
High Park Volunteer Stewardship Program Celebrates Second Anniversary With Huge PlantingJune 22, 1998
Consumers Gas: Partners in the Community for 150 YearsJune 22, 1998
New Park Overlooking Lake Ontario Officially OpensJune 22, 1998
Toronto Artists Invited to Take Advantage of Free SpaceJune 22, 1998
City events recognize Lesbian and Gay Pride Week June 19, 1998
Toronto on the Move: LastmanJune 19, 1998
Free Summer Concert Series Kicks Off at Metro HallJune 16, 1998
Public input sought for the Arts and Culture Grant Program ReviewJune 16, 1998
KPMG study says Bay Street better bargain than Wall Street June 16, 1998
Official Opening of the Sheldon Lookout Park June 16, 1998
High Park Volunteer Stewardship Program Celebrates Second AnniversaryJune 16, 1998
Chong applauds community effortJune 12, 1998
List of Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto Council June 12, 1998
Ease Your Load - FREE Grocery Pick-Up at St. Lawrence MarketJune 11, 1998
Blue ribbon for seniors launched at the Nissan Toronto ChallengeJune 11, 1998
Farmer's Market Opens at Scarborough Civic CentreJune 11, 1998
First Nations Day at Scarborough Civic Centre June 10, 1998
Mayor Lastman and Councillor Mihevc announce consultations on access and equity issuesJune 9, 1998
Walking Tours of Toronto Parks Continues in JuneJune 9, 1998
Toronto puts its best foot forward to help seniors on June 14June 8, 1998
Official Launch of Toronto International Festival Caravan June 8, 1998
1998 Final Property Tax Bill Delayed Until August June 8, 1998
Metro Hall Sizzles With Summer Music Series June 8, 1998
Yonge Dundas Square Approved by OMB June 5, 1998
Council approves providing same-sex survivor pension benefits for employees June 4, 1998
Festival, Official Opening of Playground and Garden Highlight Children's Month in High Park June 2, 1998
Toronto Honours Visit of Patriarch Bartholomew by Renaming Street, Dedicating ReserveJune 2, 1998
How to Start your own BusinessJune 2, 1998
Toronto Hosts Provincial Tree Climbing ChampionshipJune 2, 1998
Get Fresh at Nathan Phillips Square Farmers' MarketJune 1, 1998
List of Upcoming Meetings for Standing Committees and Toronto CouncilJune 1, 1998


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