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TitleDate of News Release
Mayor welcomes everyone to City Hall New Year's Day (Reminder)December 30, 2002
City intensifies waste diversion efforts as Keele Valley Landfill closesDecember 27, 2002
New members elected to the Taxicab Advisory CommitteeDecember 20, 2002
Media Advisory City of Toronto presents a Holiday Choral CelebrationDecember 20, 2002
City calls on residents for Toronto Election Finance Review Task Force December 20, 2002
Holiday happenings to celebrate New Year's EveDecember 20, 2002
Union Station Restoration and Revitalization: Public Information ForumDecember 19, 2002
The North York Ski Centre guarantees a white ChristmasDecember 19, 2002
Garbage and recycling collection changes over the holidaysDecember 19, 2002
It's time to hit the slopes...December 19, 2002
New Honorary Chief, Major-General Richard Rohmer, presents Toronto Emergency Medical Services annual awardsDecember 19, 2002
Big Canadian bands warm up February with more than 40 free concerts December 18, 2002
Media Advisory: Major-General Richard Rohmer, new Honorary Chief of Toronto Emergency Medical Services, will present Toronto EMS annual awards December 18, 2002
Municipal election nominations open January 2, 2003December 18, 2002
Holiday happenings to keep you active December 17, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto EMS paramedics loading up to save lives in CambodiaDecember 16, 2002
Holiday happenings in Toronto's historic housesDecember 10, 2002
City of Toronto raises more than $1 million for the United Way December 9, 2002
City of Toronto approves permanent Fraud/Waste Hotline - 416-392-3712December 9, 2002
$50-million, 5-year capital investment needed to meet public demands for library servicesDecember 6, 2002
Relive the wonder of the Cavalcade of Lights from your living roomDecember 6, 2002
Toronto welcomes new affordable housing program - City calls on province for rent supplement funding to make new units truly affordableDecember 6, 2002
Media Advisory: West Acres Seniors Recreation Centre hosts Holiday Open HouseDecember 6, 2002
City Management Discover Missing InventoryDecember 6, 2002
Community volunteers focus of Toronto Food Action AwardsDecember 6, 2002
Increased transit funding of $100 million per year would benefit Toronto and RegionDecember 5, 2002
Shop. Dine. Explore. Celebrate the holidays in Toronto. December 5, 2002
Blades plus ice plus good music equals funDecember 5, 2002
Designs in Ice carves out cool winter funDecember 5, 2002
Celebrate! Don't hibernate with Toronto WinterfestDecember 5, 2002
Distinctive new Emergency Response Unit vehicles mean faster response times for Toronto EMS paramedicsDecember 5, 2002
Top ten intersections for serious collisions in the cityDecember 4, 2002
All taxpayers should fund increases in emergency servicesDecember 4, 2002
Media Advisory: Top ten intersections for serious collisions in TorontoDecember 4, 2002
38th Annual Christmas Around the World Festival at City Hall Rotunda, December 7 to 8December 4, 2002
Media Advisory: Second annual Toronto Food Action Awards honour community volunteersDecember 4, 2002
City of Toronto presenting cheque to the United WayDecember 3, 2002
Proposed 2003 City Budget caps tax increase at 3 per cent December 3, 2002
Cavalcade of Lights Festival: An Illuminated Success December 2, 2002
Santa, Principal Dancer, and Deputy Mayor delight children at City HallDecember 2, 2002
Media Advisory: City staff table proposed 2003 budget at joint committee meetingDecember 2, 2002
Extreme cold weather alert calledDecember 2, 2002
The Nutcracker magic transforms Centennial Park and Allan Gardens Conservatories into floral wonderland December 2, 2002
Photo Opportunity: Allan Gardens Conservatory Christmas Flower Show official openingNovember 29, 2002
Photo Opportunity: Santa, Principal Dancer and Deputy Mayor Case Ootes team up for special reading of the NutcrackerNovember 29, 2002
Media Advisory: A bright preview of the Cavalcade of Lights FestivalNovember 29, 2002
Media Advisory: Presentation of CityWatch Awards for 2002November 29, 2002
Media Advisory: Road closures for Cavalcade of Lights Festival, Saturday, November 30November 29, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto paramedics holding fundraiser tonight for victims of September 11 terrorist attacksNovember 29, 2002
Toronto Business Success StoriesNovember 29, 2002
Media Advisory: A floating preview of the Cavalcade of Lights FestivalNovember 28, 2002
Sponsors are a crucial part of the Cavalcade of Lights festival teamNovember 28, 2002
Fast facts about Toronto's Christmas Tree November 28, 2002
Light spectacular takes over Toronto skiesNovember 28, 2002
City to stage major symposium on youth safetyNovember 28, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto thanks its business community at the new Yonge Dundas SquareNovember 27, 2002
Media Advisory: City launches "Watch for Bikes" campaign November 26, 2002
Council Reference Group releases consultation report on City's Plan of Action for the Elimination of RacismNovember 25, 2002
Toronto City Council calls for effective representation for urban CanadiansNovember 22, 2002
It's A Christmas Tree: Mayor MelNovember 22, 2002
City gets provincial approval to continue red light cameras November 22, 2002
Media Advisory: City to present awards and release consultation report at Human Rights celebrationsNovember 22, 2002
Toronto thanks "Green" volunteersNovember 22, 2002
City will present annual awards at Human Rights celebrationsNovember 21, 2002
No nonsense discussions under way and moving forwardNovember 21, 2002
Media Advisory: Sakura Project donates 220 trees to Toronto Parks and RecreationNovember 21, 2002
Media Advisory: Literacy Hearing to examine barriers to learning and accessNovember 20, 2002
Media Advisory: Thanking Toronto's green volunteersNovember 20, 2002
Investment in public transit pays tremendous dividends: ShinerNovember 20, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Youths celebrate completion of anti-racism training programNovember 20, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Op: Sheppard subway sparks major developments in cityNovember 19, 2002
Central Waterfront Secondary Plan wins international planning award November 18, 2002
Union Station restoration and revitalization: public information meetingNovember 18, 2002
Media Advisory: "Tobacco Lies" author speaks to students on tobacco industry tacticsNovember 15, 2002
Helping get girls up, active, and off their diets November 15, 2002
Moody's releases report on City credit rating upgradeNovember 14, 2002
Microsoft Canada pledges $3.5 million to kids@computers Scholarship ProjectNovember 12, 2002
Trade Mission to Asia lands deal for T.O.November 12, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto invites comments about portable signsNovember 8, 2002
George M. Thomson Receives 2002 Lieutenant Governor's Medal of Distinction in Public AdministrationNovember 8, 2002
Medical Officer of Health proposes Pesticide Reduction PartnershipNovember 8, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: kids@computers Scholarship Project celebrates major community sponsorship November 8, 2002
REMINDER: City hosts Remembrance Day ceremonies across TorontoNovember 8, 2002
Media Advisory: Author Sandra Friedman to speak at public information sessions on body image issuesNovember 8, 2002
Progress report for seniors cites the good, the bad and the challenges facing TorontoNovember 7, 2002
Toronto honours City-wide Garden Contest finalistsNovember 7, 2002
Media Advisory: City committee discusses Toronto's marketing and tourism profileNovember 6, 2002
Mayor respects Dubin's decisionNovember 6, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Toronto Seniors' Advocate to launch major progress reportNovember 6, 2002
Media Advisory: City honours City-wide Gardening Contest finalistsNovember 6, 2002
Toronto's Cavalcade of Lights - A Month Long Holiday CelebrationNovember 6, 2002
David Usher headlines evening of music, lights and spectacle at Nathan Phillips Square November 6, 2002
Culture Division receives two awards for outstanding museum programmingNovember 6, 2002
Media Advisory: Complete Mediator-Arbitrator report available on City's Web siteNovember 5, 2002
Media Advisory: Mayor Mel Lastman to hold media availability to comment on Mediator-Arbitrator's reportNovember 5, 2002
50th Annual Remembrance Day Service at the Strachan Avenue Military Cemetery November 5, 2002
City Council approves zero tolerance in racial profilingNovember 1, 2002
Media Advisory: Bus springs into action at Kipling AcresNovember 1, 2002
Media Advisory: Art show and new book put human touch on homelessness and housing issuesNovember 1, 2002
Toronto takes action to protect occupants of 1510 King Street WestNovember 1, 2002
Lane closures set for Bloor Street on weekendNovember 1, 2002
Don Valley Parkway closed for maintenance on weekendNovember 1, 2002
High Park to inspire memories and new artistic works - The High Park Oral History Project seeks local storiesNovember 1, 2002
Dan Leckie Way honours late education advocate, environmental activist and City CouncillorNovember 1, 2002
City hosts Remembrance Day ceremonies across TorontoNovember 1, 2002
Study assesses emerging trends and solutions for Toronto's food industryOctober 31, 2002
Toronto Official Plan approved by City CouncilOctober 31, 2002
City celebrates the program that grows - Tree Advocacy Program honoured at Council October 31, 2002
Media Advisory: Lower Portland Street to be renamed in honour of late Councillor Dan LeckieOctober 31, 2002
Toronto's Poet Laureate continues to entertain audiences October 30, 2002
Lets have a safe and happy Halloween: MayorOctober 30, 2002
Photo Op: Pumpkin carving at City Hall October 30, 2002
Media Advisory: A literary legacy in the making by Toronto's poet laureateOctober 29, 2002
Toronto Pedestrian Charter unveiled at CouncilOctober 29, 2002
Knowing is better: much more to celebrate October 29, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Pedestrian Charter to be unveiled at City Council meetingOctober 28, 2002
Media Advisory: Literacy hearing to examine barriers to learning and accessOctober 28, 2002
Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre marks first phase of redevelopment with opening of refurbished Paper Mill October 25, 2002
Toronto Children's Summit highlights need to invest in childrenOctober 24, 2002
TTC track replacement, road work set for Parliament and Gerrard Streets October 24, 2002
City of Toronto congratulates the Toronto Stock Exchange on 150 yearsOctober 24, 2002
Paramedics on Ice - The 13th Annual Paramedics Memorial Charity Hockey TournamentOctober 23, 2002
City wants public input on plan to clean up waterfrontOctober 23, 2002
Media Advisory: Newly restored Maple Cottage officially opensOctober 23, 2002
Toronto Fire Services hosts firefighter mentoring information sessions October 22, 2002
Toronto Public Health to hold free flu clinicsOctober 22, 2002
Toronto Water Board Protecting our water for generations to comeOctober 22, 2002
City councillor responds to racial profiling controversyOctober 21, 2002
City's Urban Forestry Services receives Urban Stewardship Award October 21, 2002
Mayor welcomes meeting with former Lt.-Gov.October 21, 2002
Toronto partners with Botswana municipality to fight AIDSOctober 21, 2002
Bargain buys at City of Toronto public auction Hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, November 2October 21, 2002
Free flu clinics begin tomorrowOctober 21, 2002
Media Briefing: Proposed implementation of Toronto Water BoardOctober 21, 2002
Nearly 300 citizens rally to save first parliament site October 18, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Op: Donald Trump special guest at Save Our Symphony BallOctober 18, 2002
City recognizes "Persons Day" by announcing award recipientsOctober 17, 2002
Affordable rental housing dedicated today in TorontoOctober 17, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: The Honourable James Bartleman dedicates affordable housingOctober 16, 2002
Building inclusive communities for allOctober 15, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto EMS paramedics sweep 'Medic Up' competitionOctober 11, 2002
Nineteen Toronto EMS Paramedics honoured for outstanding service and braveryOctober 10, 2002
Site of Upper Canada's first parliament buildings at risk October 10, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo opportunity: Official opening of the Special Operations Training CentreOctober 10, 2002
City endorses Financial Services Alliance's plan to position Toronto as a competitive financial centreOctober 10, 2002
Commercial garbage, recycling and organics collection unchanged for ThanksgivingOctober 10, 2002
Water and lights set the stage at Yonge Dundas SquareOctober 10, 2002
Children's Report Card reports one step backward, one step forwardOctober 9, 2002
Media Advisory: 'Medic Up' - Tactical paramedics and officers run 'The Gauntlet' October 8, 2002
Union Station Restoration and Revitalization: The Process and the FactsOctober 8, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Fire Academy open houseOctober 8, 2002
Media Advisory: City litter audit press conference postponedOctober 8, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: 2002 Toronto Report Card on Children set to raise new questionsOctober 8, 2002
Neighbours step in to make communities safer at 3rd Annual Community Safety NightOctober 8, 2002
Media Advisory: Fountains light up at Yonge Dundas SquareOctober 8, 2002
The St. Lawrence Farmers' Market celebrates its 199th birthdayOctober 8, 2002
Media Advisory: Findings of recent City litter audit to be releasedOctober 8, 2002
Mayor's campaign for city-friendly government wins support in HalifaxOctober 7, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Launch of 3rd Annual Community Safety Night features safety audit of Metro HallOctober 7, 2002
Media Advisory: City recognizes cycle enthusiasts at second annual Bicycle Friendly Business Awards CeremonyOctober 7, 2002
City of Toronto dedicates parkette in honour of Susan Tibaldi October 7, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Fire Services set to ignite Fire Prevention Week - "Team up for Fire Safety"October 4, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: "Give a dog a bone" party celebrates four-legged volunteers at Lakeshore LodgeOctober 3, 2002
Jacques Israelievitch kicks off the fall season of the Performing Arts Lecture SeriesOctober 3, 2002
Giller short list at the libraryOctober 3, 2002
Mayor Shocked at Computer Bribe AllegationsOctober 3, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto invites comments about posters on public property October 2, 2002
New book series, Maple Leaf storyteller, purple ribbons highlight launch of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention MonthOctober 1, 2002
From Fine Art to Kitsch October 1, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Leafs, kids and child welfare experts launch Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month and new book seriesSeptember 30, 2002
Sarah Dearing wins the 2002 Toronto Book AwardsSeptember 30, 2002
Negotiations Stage of RFP to Restore and Revitalize Toronto's Union Station UnderwaySeptember 27, 2002
Media Advisory: Jimmy Simpson Recreation Centre to remain open for two more days for people displaced from 429 Lake Shore Blvd. E. and 324 Cherry St. September 27, 2002
City task force holds second annual Don Narrows community eventSeptember 27, 2002
Unpaid Provincial Offences Act fines due nowSeptember 27, 2002
City of Toronto responds to credit rating upgrade by Moody's Investors ServiceSeptember 27, 2002
Two of Canada's leading entrepreneurs share the secrets of their successes at Toronto's Small Business ForumSeptember 27, 2002
Credit rating upgrade underscores need for additional provincial, federal fundingSeptember 27, 2002
New project in Toronto to assist homeless personsSeptember 26, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Book Awards winner to be announced September 26, 2002
Media Advisory: New project in Toronto to assist homeless persons to be announcedSeptember 26, 2002
Leaders set agenda for financial services sectorSeptember 26, 2002
Road, sidewalk and TTC track work on Richmond Street and Adelaide StreetSeptember 26, 2002
Toronto Shelter, Housing and Support announces new plans to assist people evicted from Home Depot siteSeptember 26, 2002
Mayor to appear at Toronto Computer Leasing InquirySeptember 25, 2002
Rotary Club of Toronto Infirmary offers healthcare services for homeless peopleSeptember 25, 2002
Media Advisory: Financial services leaders meet to discuss action planSeptember 25, 2002
Third Garden unveiling evokes history and art cultivation in west end of CitySeptember 24, 2002
Media Advisory: The Rotary Club of Toronto Infirmary opens to provide healthcare for homeless people in TorontoSeptember 24, 2002
Media Advisory: Small Business Forum 2002 - Toronto's Largest Small Business Event of the YearSeptember 24, 2002
Culture Division awarded $365,000 for Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre September 23, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Art show celebrates life through the eyes of a childSeptember 23, 2002
Historic flag raising of the Wiphala at Toronto City HallSeptember 23, 2002
City of Toronto officially opens the Humber Bay Butterfly HabitatSeptember 20, 2002
Toronto's historic museums join in OAA's "Architecture Week" event September 29 to October 6September 20, 2002
Contest encourages smokers to quitSeptember 19, 2002
City of Toronto StatementSeptember 19, 2002
The St. Lawrence Market hosts the 5th Annual Global Roots Festival September 20, 21, 2002September 19, 2002
Emergency medical skills on display at Basic Trauma Life Support ConferenceSeptember 19, 2002
City of Toronto officially opens "Cross" Roads Skateboard Park September 19, 2002
City of Toronto invites comments on new Street Vending Bylaw September 18, 2002
Information Forum to be Held on City of Toronto's Information and Technology VisionSeptember 18, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto submission to the Education Equality Task ForceSeptember 17, 2002
Knowing is Better: Toronto Reference Library at 25September 17, 2002
Mayor Mel Lastman peddles to first-place finish in unusual Molson Indy eventSeptember 17, 2002
New guide offers consumer smart choicesSeptember 17, 2002
Media Advisory: Third Garden unveiling recognizes the value of arts and community partnershipsSeptember 16, 2002
City of Toronto celebrates ArtsWeek 2002September 16, 2002
Photo Opportunity: Green Bin Organics Program hits the streetsSeptember 16, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto and Molson Indy Festival Foundation "start up" new splash padSeptember 16, 2002
Historic Fort York hosts third annual Tecumseh Arts Festival October 5 to November 5, 2002September 16, 2002
City of Toronto launches new Internet address - toronto.caSeptember 13, 2002
New York City 9-1-1 communicator in Toronto to help celebrate Emergency Services Day at SkyDomeSeptember 13, 2002
Small Business Forum 2002 - Toronto's largest small business event of the yearSeptember 12, 2002
Operating hours for City Hall, Metro Hall and the civic centres are changingSeptember 12, 2002
City starts Green Bin organics collection in Etobicoke week of September 17September 12, 2002
Yellow Bag Program - Media AvailabilitySeptember 11, 2002
City of Toronto launches Etobicoke Green Bin Program and Dufferin Organics Processing FacilitySeptember 10, 2002
City of Toronto announces its goal for the United Way September 9, 2002
City releases Living the Vision, a report to the community September 9, 2002
City of Toronto hosts 2002 Trillium Garden AwardsSeptember 9, 2002
City of Toronto Culture Division opens exhibits that provide a look at Toronto's multi-cultural pastSeptember 9, 2002
Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre celebrates fall with a Harvest Festival September 9, 2002
Registration for Fall Parks and Recreation programs begins September 9, 2002September 6, 2002
Ontario's first community-based village market to benefit Toronto and low income homeless communitiesSeptember 6, 2002
Toronto lifeguard team defends national titleSeptember 6, 2002
City releases report: update on province's zero tolerance policy for social assistance fraud September 6, 2002
Media Advisory: City launching its 2002 United Way campaign September 6, 2002
Community-based village market September 6, 2002
Media Advisory: September 11 remembered one year laterSeptember 5, 2002
Media Advisory: City to hold public hearings on literacySeptember 5, 2002
International Literacy Month proclaimedSeptember 4, 2002
Media Advisory: Torontonians head to market! Calico showcases talent of city's low-income communitiesSeptember 4, 2002
Drive safely - students returning to schoolSeptember 3, 2002
Healthcare Emergency Operations Centre ready for medical emergencies in the Toronto area August 30, 2002
Media Advisory: 10th Anniversary Mayor Mel's Charity Golf Classic 2002 salutes Canada's Film Capital!August 30, 2002
TTC track replacement, road paving set for Dundas Street WestAugust 29, 2002
Media Advisory: City to mark September 11 anniversary August 29, 2002
Last chance for campers to enjoy Glen Rouge Campground this seasonAugust 28, 2002
Commercial Yellow Bag garbage collection Program begins September 3, 2002August 27, 2002
City thanks Road and Trail Safety Ambassadors August 26, 2002
City Emergency Services to participate in chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear trainingAugust 26, 2002
Task Force to Bring Back the Don extends membership deadlineAugust 26, 2002
Media Advisory: Public Health opens new vaccination clinicAugust 22, 2002
Media Advisory: Close to 5000 people vaccinated - clinics to run until FridayAugust 20, 2002
Media Advisory: Scouts Canada to recognize role of Toronto EMS in local Scouting movementAugust 19, 2002
Media Advisory: Hepatitis A vaccination clinics updateAugust 19, 2002
Hepatitis A case identified in supermarket employeeAugust 16, 2002
Media Invitation: 8th Annual Etobicoke Discover Boating Day for the Elderly and Challenged -- Sunday, August 18August 16, 2002
Taxicab Advisory Committee welcomes newly elected representative for independent taxicab ownersAugust 15, 2002
New road improves traffic flow, reconnects Fort York to cityAugust 14, 2002
Media advisory: New road improves traffic flow, reconnects Fort York to city August 13, 2002
Heat affects your health - and help is availableAugust 13, 2002
New bus "hits the road" at Toronto home for the agedAugust 13, 2002
Heat alert extended for third dayAugust 13, 2002
Rogers road reconstruction and TTC track removal August 13, 2002
City hosts large truck safety demonstrationAugust 12, 2002
Saying thanks for a successful emergency medicine program in CambodiaAugust 12, 2002
Heat alert extendedAugust 12, 2002
Media Advisory: City helps to protect Toronto's trailsAugust 9, 2002
Road closure for the Taste of the Danforth eventAugust 9, 2002
Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards deadline, September 12August 9, 2002
Date set for final public consultation on the Plan of Action for the Elimination of Racism and DiscriminationAugust 9, 2002
Wigwamen to build affordable housing at 20 Sewells RoadAugust 8, 2002
Road, sidewalk and TTC track work on Queen Street EastAugust 8, 2002
Feast of St. Lawrence offers five great events in one at St. Lawrence Market from August 16 to 18August 8, 2002
Toronto Book Awards finalists make great summer readingAugust 7, 2002
City of Toronto awarded funding to study smart card technology and generating energy from animal waste August 6, 2002
Toronto EMS supports fellow paramedic's cross-country tourAugust 2, 2002
Seventy-five years of Union StationAugust 2, 2002
Heat alert in effect today August 1, 2002
WYD blessings continue to touch communityAugust 1, 2002
Toronto City Council Votes to Commence Negotiations with Union-Pearson Group to Redevelop Toronto's Union Station August 1, 2002
Update on sewage back up near Downsview landsJuly 30, 2002
Toronto shores up its arts communityJuly 29, 2002
Pilgrims should be prepared for rising temperaturesJuly 26, 2002
World Youth Day pilgrims boost Toronto's economyJuly 26, 2002
Bring Back the Don Task Force seeks new membersJuly 25, 2002
Yard waste collection resumes next weekJuly 24, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto media briefing - World Youth DayJuly 24, 2002
Media Advisory: The new Yonge-Dundas Square is looking for buskersJuly 23, 2002
Message to visitors to Toronto: Use the library to email and stay in touch with homeJuly 22, 2002
Mackenzie House Museum hosts performance of Mary Ann Shadd Cary's lifeJuly 22, 2002
Toronto Inukshuk gets ready to welcome the world July 22, 2002
Media Advisory: Official dedication ceremony for the Toronto Inukshuk July 19, 2002
City of Toronto outlines plans for World Youth DayJuly 18, 2002
Toronto emergency cooling centres continue to operateJuly 17, 2002
Toronto's biotech community celebrates a spectacular yearJuly 17, 2002
City of Toronto media briefing - World Youth DayJuly 16, 2002
Heat Emergency called for TorontoJuly 16, 2002
Queen St. bridge re-opens to vehicles July 16July 16, 2002
Toronto Paramedics helping people 'Beat the Heat'July 16, 2002
Use water efficiently during hot weatherJuly 15, 2002
Heat Alert in effectJuly 15, 2002
Media Advisory: Mayor to hold a media availability this morningJuly 15, 2002
Economic Development, Culture and Tourism Service Update for Sunday, July 14July 14, 2002
34 Outdoor Pools Available for Public Leisure Swim on SundayJuly 13, 2002
Economic Development, Culture and Tourism Department Service Resumption UpdateJuly 13, 2002
Garbage and recycling collection resumesJuly 12, 2002
Photo-Op of garbage clean-upJuly 12, 2002
Update of Ferry Service and Golf Course OperationJuly 12, 2002
City of Toronto media briefing on resumption of serviceJuly 12, 2002
Province passes back-to-work legislation City begins resumption of services July 11, 2002
Mayor Lastman to hold a media availability this afternoonJuly 11, 2002
Cancellation of this afternoon's media updateJuly 11, 2002
City opens one new residential garbage site, closes anotherJuly 11, 2002
Update for media on City of Toronto's service delivery contingency planJuly 10, 2002
Mayor Lastman to hold a media availability this afternoonJuly 10, 2002
Update for Media on City of Toronto's Service Delivery Contingency PlanJuly 9, 2002
The Medical Officer of Health is issuing a heat alert for today, Monday July 8, 2002. July 8, 2002
Deputy Mayor to hold media briefingJuly 6, 2002
City granted injunction order for clean-up of transfer stationsJuly 6, 2002
CUPE Local 416 obstructs clean-up orders at Ingram and Victoria Park -- City seeks injunction to permit clean-up July 6, 2002
City of Toronto Begins Clean up at Trinity-Bellwoods ParkJuly 5, 2002
City of Toronto's Last Offers to CUPE Locals 416 and 79 July 5, 2002
Update on Special Events in the City of Toronto during Labour DisruptionJuly 5, 2002
City of Toronto responds to clean-up orderJuly 5, 2002
Update on City of Toronto's Service Delivery Contingency PlanJuly 5, 2002
Local 79 walks out on negotiations - City implements contingency planJuly 4, 2002
City opens 12 new residential garbage drop-off sites Thursday morningJuly 3, 2002
2002 Celebrate Toronto Street Festival cancelledJuly 3, 2002
Heat Alert ExtendedJuly 3, 2002
Update on City of Toronto's Service Delivery Contingency PlansJuly 3, 2002
Use water efficiently during hot weatherJuly 2, 2002
Toronto EMS mourns the loss of a family member, EMS Supervisor/Paramedic Rick Boustead July 2, 2002
Update on City of Toronto's Service Delivery Contingency PlansJuly 2, 2002
City of Toronto Spokesperson to Hold Media BriefingJuly 1, 2002
Illegal dumping at transfer stationsJune 29, 2002
Residential garbage adjustments during the labour disruptionJune 28, 2002
Status of Special Events in City of Toronto during Labour DisruptionJune 28, 2002
Mayor to Torontonians: Work with usJune 28, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto CAO to Hold Media BriefingJune 28, 2002
City of Toronto's Corporate Workforce DataJune 27, 2002
City of Toronto Spokesperson to Hold Media Briefing: AmendedJune 27, 2002
Toronto Parks and Recreation and Culture Programs and Services UpdateJune 26, 2002
Union Rejects Offer to Settle - City Implements Contingency PlanJune 26, 2002
Falstaff Breakfast Club for Kids to be renamed in honour of Toronto EMS Paramedic Rick Boustead June 25, 2002
EMS paramedic first in Toronto to receive Exemplary Service Medal June 25, 2002
Negotiations with CUPE extendedJune 23, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto - Media Contact Information - Potential Labour DisruptionJune 21, 2002
Media Advisory: Urban Alliance on Race Relations reception postponedJune 21, 2002
Smog Summit keynote speakers address air quality solutions June 21, 2002
City releases detailed contingency plans in the event of a labour disruptionJune 20, 2002
Public Health launches 20/20 campaign for clean air June 20, 2002
Media Advisory: Bringing solutions to Smog Summit 2002 June 19, 2002
Mayor Lastman and co-chairs launch City Summit Week at University of TorontoJune 19, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto - Deputy Mayor Case Ootes and Chief Administrative Officer to Hold Media Briefing June 19, 2002
Media Advisory: Flag raising ceremony marks National Aboriginal Day and the summer solsticeJune 19, 2002
Toronto's St. Clair West community celebratesJune 19, 2002
Lieutenant Governor officially visits City Hall June 19, 2002
City of Toronto appoints general manager for new Yonge-Dundas SquareJune 18, 2002
Celebrate Toronto's Rock 'n Roll Heart at Yonge and DundasJune 18, 2002
Celebrate Toronto's Diversity at Yonge and BloorJune 18, 2002
Celebrate Toronto with Big Bold Entertainment at Yonge and EglintonJune 18, 2002
Celebrate Toronto's Rich Arts and Cultural Scene At Yonge and St. ClairJune 18, 2002
Celebrate Toronto's Children at the Kidzone @ LawrenceJune 18, 2002
Stellar Club Yonge Line-up ranges from TSO to Rock and Roll!June 18, 2002
Get Your Feet on the Street to Celebrate Toronto! July 5, 6 and 7, 2002 - Fun FactsJune 18, 2002
Ride the Rocket to the Celebrate Toronto Street FestivalJune 18, 2002
400 Volunteers Help Celebrate TorontoJune 18, 2002
Corporate Sponsors Celebrate Their City and Their Customers at the Celebrate Toronto Street Festival June 18, 2002
Award-Winning Street Festival Celebrates the People,Culture and Energy of TorontoJune 18, 2002
Massive Street Party Kicks off 5th Annual Celebrate Toronto Street FestivalJune 18, 2002
Al Waxman bronze statue to be installed in Kensington Market June 18, 2002
Toronto City Summit launchJune 18, 2002
Mayor Lastman to wear Hurricanes jersey June 18, 2002
Yonge Street hosts the Celebrate Toronto Street Festival - Road ClosuresJune 17, 2002
Get your Feet on Yonge Street and Celebrate Toronto!June 17, 2002
Media Advisory: Celebrate on St. ClairJune 17, 2002
Toronto launches Sidewalks are for Pedestrians campaignJune 17, 2002
Media Advisory: Lieutenant Governor of Ontario makes first official visit to City HallJune 17, 2002
Media Advisory: The City of Toronto celebrates National Aboriginal DayJune 17, 2002
Citizens of Toronto and the GTA ready to kick smogging habit finds the Citizens' Panel of the Smog SummitJune 14, 2002
Community Services Committee set to discuss Toronto's Homeless Shelter StrategyJune 14, 2002
Media Advisory: City promotes safe cyclingJune 14, 2002
City of Toronto responds to issuance of "no-board" report to CUPE Local 79June 14, 2002
City of Toronto honours community groups to celebrate Children's Services MonthJune 14, 2002
The Toronto Inukshuk reaches new heightsJune 14, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health and Mac's stores help reduce tobacco sales to youth June 13, 2002
Trillium Garden Award nominations begin June 13, 2002
Media Advisory: The Elms Community hosts 15th annual Community Fun Day and Flea MarketJune 13, 2002
Media Advisory: Consulting-Portal Inc. establishes a "Centre of Excellence" in TorontoJune 13, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially opens Malvern Recreation Centre's Outdoor Sports Centre June 13, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto honours community groups to celebrate Children's Services MonthJune 13, 2002
Media Advisory: Upstairs and downstairs on Davenport Hill -- exploring historic sites and landmarks on a walking tourJune 13, 2002
Action plan charts cultural, heritage and employment rejuvenation of Old Town TorontoJune 13, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Inukshuk reaches new heightsJune 12, 2002
2002 final property tax bills are in the mailJune 12, 2002
City of Toronto responds to issuance of "no-board" reportJune 11, 2002
Media Advisory: Art show offers history lesson at Toronto Homes for the AgedJune 11, 2002
City of Toronto unveils Jane-Finch community art projectJune 10, 2002
West Nile Virus summer strategy presentedJune 10, 2002
Jack Batten leads historic walking tour on Davenport HillJune 10, 2002
Dunlop Tires supports City of Toronto Lifeguard TeamJune 10, 2002
Walk celebrates launch of Nature on the Toronto Islands: An Explorer's GuideJune 10, 2002
Consultations continue for Plan of Action to eliminate racism and discrimination June 7, 2002
Homer and Bart take the Nissan Toronto Challenge to raise some "doh"June 7, 2002
Mayor lauds report's findingsJune 7, 2002
Town hall meetings to examine new Official PlanJune 7, 2002
City of Toronto wants a negotiated settlement with its unionsJune 6, 2002
Media Advisory: Old Town Toronto plans to become newJune 6, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto unveils Jane-Finch community art project June 6, 2002
All three levels of government support BIO 2002June 6, 2002
Media Advisory: Cyclists learn how to Bike-and-RideJune 6, 2002
Cook-off and beer show take over the St. Lawrence Market on Father's Day weekendJune 5, 2002
Media Advisory:Mayor Mel Lastman kicks-off Bio 2002June 5, 2002
Media Advisory /Photo Opportunity: City to honour outstanding volunteersJune 5, 2002
Toronto remembers D-DayJune 5, 2002
Media Advisory: Take a walk on the wild side on Toronto IslandJune 5, 2002
Media Advisory: Community to take action at Smog Citizens' ForumJune 5, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Students challenge councillors June 4, 2002
Media Advisory: The Nissan Toronto Challenge is walking and running into its second decadeJune 3, 2002
Media Advisory: Community to take action at Smog Citizens' ForumJune 3, 2002
Toronto unveils new campaign to market its biomedical cluster as "Toronto's Discovery District"June 3, 2002
June 2 proclaimed Canadian Forces DayJune 3, 2002
Public Health marks World No Tobacco Day May 31, 2002
Municipal Service Board Recommended for City of Toronto Water and Wastewater ServicesMay 31, 2002
The Task Force to Bring Back the Don and Transportation Services launch the second summer of naturalizing Don Valley lands along the DVPMay 31, 2002
Road closures for the Ride For Heart eventMay 31, 2002
Toronto celebrates Canadian Forces DayMay 31, 2002
Third Annual Doors Open Toronto exceeds all expectations - over 100,000 visits to Toronto's landmarks and hidden gemsMay 30, 2002
Media Advisory: Recommended governance of City of Toronto Water and Wastewater ServicesMay 30, 2002
City of Toronto officially names the Gus Harris Trail May 30, 2002
Bike Week bonanza beginsMay 30, 2002
Gold medalist and students celebrate World No Tobacco DayMay 30, 2002
City recognizes Aventis Pasteur Biotech Challenge winnersMay 30, 2002
Eight Toronto new media professionals recognized at Canadian New Media AwardsMay 30, 2002
Toronto launches its biomedical cluster's 'Discovery District'May 30, 2002
Salute to Seniors kicks off City of Toronto's Free Summer Music SeasonMay 29, 2002
Celebrate Toronto with a Summer of Free Music!May 29, 2002
City's Beaches begin summer testingMay 29, 2002
City "strong and getting stronger": MayorMay 29, 2002
New emergency response partnership supports rooming house tenants coping with fire, hazards or unsafe living conditionsMay 29, 2002
CAN-BIKE challenges cycling skillMay 28, 2002
Mayor to deliver State of the City speech May 28, 2002
Media Advisory: Media invited aboard - water tested for safe swimmingMay 28, 2002
Media Advisory: New response protocol launched to help Toronto citizens living in "single room" housingMay 28, 2002
Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation launched in grand styleMay 28, 2002
City surveys people in Toronto who left Ontario WorksMay 28, 2002
City presents vision for shaping Toronto's future in new Official Plan May 27, 2002
Media Advisory: Release of draft of new Official Plan for Toronto May 24, 2002
City launches public consultations on Plan of Action to Eliminate Racism and DiscriminationMay 24, 2002
Media Advisory / Photo Opportunity - Toronto home for the aged opens Internet Café, helps residents embrace electronic ageMay 24, 2002
Bike Week 2002 pedals into high gearMay 24, 2002
New Media Week features exciting events May 23, 2002
Bruce Mau speaks at spring launch galaMay 23, 2002
Toronto writer Matt Cohen's life and works celebrated at park dedicationMay 23, 2002
Mayor Mel Lastman presents tickets to see Tiger Woods to Toronto youthMay 23, 2002
First annual Mayor's Community Safety Award winners announcedMay 23, 2002
Archives leading the way in preserving the pastMay 23, 2002
Students to take action at Smog Youth ForumMay 22, 2002
City appoints commissioner of Community and Neighbourhood ServicesMay 22, 2002
Winners of inaugural Mayor's Community Safety Awards to be announcedMay 22, 2002
Winner of fourth annual Children's Advocate Award for Innovation - Art City in St. James TownMay 22, 2002
Toronto youth and Mayor Lastman tee-up to see Tiger WoodsMay 22, 2002
Bloor-Spadina Parkette to be renamed Matt Cohen ParkMay 22, 2002
Fourth Annual Children's Advocate Award for Innovation to be announcedMay 22, 2002
Scarborough community celebrates Greek cultural and economic ties May 21, 2002
Toronto City Summit moves forward - agenda for a decadeMay 21, 2002
Nanotechnology is not science fictionMay 17, 2002
Citizens take action on smog in TorontoMay 17, 2002
Report on Drug Use in Toronto ReleasedMay 16, 2002
Yonge Street sidewalk work begins next weekMay 16, 2002
South Etobicoke's Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) join together to preserve their main streetsMay 15, 2002
Lastman bets on another Leafs winMay 15, 2002
Media Advisory: Nanotechnology--what it is and what it meansMay 15, 2002
Fireworks highlight annual Victoria Day celebration at Ashbridges Bay ParkMay 15, 2002
Glen Rouge Campground opens Thursday, May 16May 15, 2002
Oak Ridges Moraine Steering Committee releases report offering solutions for dealing with impact of population growth on the GTAMay 14, 2002
City launches nominations for Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards May 14, 2002
Media Advisory: Councillors highlight need for window safetyMay 14, 2002
Media Advisory: Commercial market area study reveals South Etobicoke's growth potentialMay 13, 2002
City responds to Report of the Early Learning and Child Care Commission May 13, 2002
Public Health outlines options for reducing pesticide useMay 13, 2002
Media Advisory: Oak Ridges Moraine Steering Committee to receive Regional Growth StudyMay 13, 2002
Mayor Lastman declares Blue and White Day: Calls on Toronto to show their support for our Toronto Maple LeafsMay 13, 2002
Investment promotion mission to Hong Kong lines up new business for TorontoMay 13, 2002
Toronto Cycling Committee seeks membersMay 10, 2002
The Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR)annual conference is set to beginMay 10, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto's students rewarded for efforts in biotechnologyMay 8, 2002
Reminder: Bargain buys at City of Toronto public auction Hundreds of items for sale on May 11May 8, 2002
Repairs to Bloor Street bridge over Mimico CreekMay 8, 2002
Mayor announces strategy to promote a safer Toronto for youthMay 8, 2002
Toronto delegation sells Korean business on the CityMay 8, 2002
City to hold World Youth Day 2002 community information meetings for downtown residents and businessesMay 7, 2002
City participates in national emergency preparedness week May 7, 2002
Media Advisory: North York Community Council honours university student May 7, 2002
Media Advisory: Mayor to announce strategy to promote a safer Toronto for youthMay 7, 2002
'Celebrate Toronto Street Festival' named best public entertainment event May 7, 2002
University Avenue in full bloomMay 7, 2002
New bibliography of Toronto history available at City of Toronto historic museums and on Web siteMay 3, 2002
Public Health says "Eat your veggies and fruit"May 3, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opens new playground at Glendora ParkMay 3, 2002
Media Advisory: New Harbourfront parks: What is your vision? Join us for a public meeting and walking tour May 2, 2002
Loveable pets need a homeMay 2, 2002
Lastman bets on another Leaf winMay 2, 2002
Media Advisory: Mayor to attend groundbreaking ceremony of Zellers Splash Island at Toronto ZooMay 1, 2002
Fine art goes outdoors at the St. Lawrence Market May 1, 2002
Urban Heat Island Summit opensMay 1, 2002
Join in with the Mayor to clean up the City and start your home clean up todayMay 1, 2002
Cancer roundtable to recommend prevention strategiesMay 1, 2002
Mayor applauds Sgro task force findingsApril 30, 2002
City receives funding to strengthen emergency responseApril 29, 2002
City to hold World Youth Day 2002 community information meetings in the Downsview Lands areaApril 26, 2002
City of Toronto to host third annual Canadian new media awards April 25, 2002
International summit on urban heatApril 25, 2002
Diversity Advocate releases progress reportApril 24, 2002
Location of Public Inquiry into Computer Lease Contracts AnnouncedApril 24, 2002
Media Advisory: City staff to provide information about E. coli levels at Ashbridges BayApril 24, 2002
Bargain buys at City of Toronto public auction Hundreds of items for sale on May 11April 23, 2002
Photo opportunity: Maria A. Shchuka Branch reconstruction groundbreakingApril 22, 2002
Toronto turtles get new homesApril 22, 2002
Home renovation events focus on saving moneyApril 22, 2002
Colborne Lodge to host Earth Day in High ParkApril 18, 2002
City to obtain input on access, equity and human rights recommendationsApril 18, 2002
Prescribed burns in Toronto parks scheduled for tomorrowApril 17, 2002
Everyman Al April 17, 2002
Dan Needles: Playing it Funny!April 17, 2002
'Cool' schools receive grants for environmental projectsApril 16, 2002
Lastman Congratulates Premier Eves and New CabinetApril 15, 2002
Photo Opportunity: Toronto Homes for the Aged Volunteers take a bowApril 12, 2002
City of Toronto invites public to renovation forumsApril 12, 2002
Media Advisory: Turtles sighted on Toronto Island on Earth DayApril 10, 2002
Lastman, Brown Exchange Ideas on WaterfrontApril 10, 2002
Residents pitch in to help clean up cityApril 10, 2002
Experience a Taste of DOORS OPEN TORONTO 2002April 10, 2002
3rd Annual DOORS OPEN TORONTO: Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26, 2002April 10, 2002
Apartment recycling hitting new heightsApril 10, 2002
Mayor Thanks Paramount for the BusinessApril 9, 2002
New Film Lab Great for Toronto: MayorApril 8, 2002
Public conversation on pesticide reduction launchedApril 8, 2002
A statement from Mayor Mel Lastman regarding the TTC tentative labour agreementApril 8, 2002
City of Toronto appoints a new executive director to top tourism jobApril 8, 2002
Environment Days Set to BeginApril 5, 2002
Mayor Meets with Motion PIcture AssociationApril 5, 2002
Thinking of riding your bike to work?April 4, 2002
Don Valley Parkway closed for maintenance on weekendApril 4, 2002
Toronto Public Library aims to sign up 5,000 new library card holders in special junior kindergarten campaignApril 4, 2002
Mayor Launches City Summit to Focus on Solutions for TorontoApril 4, 2002
Media Advisory: Canadian Winter Olympians receive red and white salute Toronto styleApril 3, 2002
Exhibit of Toronto memorabilia at the Market GalleryApril 3, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo-op: Mayor Lastman to Announce SummitApril 3, 2002
City of Toronto responds to credit rating downgrade by Dominion Bond Rating ServiceApril 3, 2002
Top entertainers join Mayor Lastman for Toronto's Salute to Canada's Olympic AthletesApril 2, 2002
Toronto Mourns Passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen MotherApril 2, 2002
City hosts water and wastewater utility study open houses March 28, 2002
Nominations for the Volunteers of the Year Awards close April 8March 28, 2002
Help make roads safer for cyclists March 27, 2002
Toronto's financial who's who celebrate AllianceMarch 26, 2002
Media Advisory: City hosts ceremony to celebrate successful Provincial Offences Court transfersMarch 26, 2002
Toronto poised for profit from London's experienceMarch 26, 2002
Media Advisory: Announcement of funding to improve facilities and services for homeless peopleMarch 26, 2002
Queen Street bridge to be reconstructedMarch 25, 2002
Mayor congratulates Eves on winMarch 25, 2002
Media Advisory: Students participating in creating a sustainable GTA March 25, 2002
City unveils plaque to honour war hero Corporal Frederick George TophamMarch 25, 2002
Awareness campaign marks World Tuberculosis DayMarch 22, 2002
Medical Officer of Health calls for action on cancerMarch 21, 2002
City poster campaign reinforces need to eliminate hate activityMarch 21, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto war hero honoured with park plaque March 21, 2002
Toronto biotechnology initiative hosts seminar on therapeutic and reproductive cloningMarch 21, 2002
Media Advisory: Dolly, Molly and Polly - Toronto biotechnology initiative hosts breakfast seminar on therapeutic and reproductive cloningMarch 20, 2002
Media Advisory: Celebrating International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and World Poetry DayMarch 20, 2002
Fashion award winners celebrated at galaMarch 20, 2002
Media Advisory: The City of Toronto and Fashion magazine present the 2001 Awards for Excellence in FashionMarch 19, 2002
West Toronto Junction set to become a centre for new media businessMarch 19, 2002
Mayor, urges Feds, Province to finish cultural projects fundingMarch 19, 2002
Toronto to host Olympic Salute April 4, 2002March 18, 2002
Mayor Lastman to announce details of Toronto Olympic CelebrationMarch 18, 2002
Media Advisory: Home for the aged resident stories offer living historyMarch 15, 2002
City installs new pedestrian bridge at St. Lawrence MarketMarch 15, 2002
FlashinthecanMarch 15, 2002
Toronto District School Board, Etobicoke North - Ward 1 by-election: Accessing resultsMarch 15, 2002
Digifest 2002 moves into the fourth dimensionMarch 15, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto hosts Canada's first Flash festivalMarch 13, 2002
Census findings underscore Toronto's need for sustainable funding: MayorMarch 12, 2002
Forestry plans controlled burns in early spring to stimulate new growthMarch 12, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Homes for the Aged residents embrace the electronic ageMarch 11, 2002
City of Toronto operating a hotline in support of fraud policyMarch 11, 2002
City Council Protects Services in 2002 Capital and Operating Budgets March 8, 2002
City launches nominations for Women's Issues Award at International Women's Day receptionMarch 8, 2002
City of Toronto welcomes participants to Toronto Stock Exchange symposium on Canadian securities regulationMarch 8, 2002
Mayor calls waterfront superjail "ridiculous"March 7, 2002
Flaherty's extremism getting old: mayorMarch 7, 2002
Media Advisory: City's International Women's Day reception launches nominations for women's issues awardMarch 7, 2002
Toronto Parks and Recreation hosts the 60th annual Showcase on Ice, at the Air Canada Centre March 7, 2002
Council condemns Hindu Temple vandalism March 6, 2002
Toronto City Council Appoints New City SolicitorMarch 6, 2002
'Celebrate Toronto Street Festival' wins Economic Development Council of Ontario Awards of ExcellenceFebruary 28, 2002
Public Service Announcement: City of Toronto/March of Dimes Ski for Kids event cancelled for March 1 February 27, 2002
City gears up for busy 2002 cycling season at International Bicycle ShowFebruary 27, 2002
Agincourt residents share past for new living history exhibitFebruary 26, 2002
Public invited to first community consultation meeting for the Malvern Library building project February 25, 2002
Media Advisory: Students participating in creating a sustainable GTA February 25, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo-Op: Mayor Lastman thanks United WayFebruary 25, 2002
Court decision confirms municipal authority to pass bylaws on rental housing February 22, 2002
Policy and Finance Committee considers recommended City budgetFebruary 22, 2002
Citizens shape Toronto's new waterfrontFebruary 21, 2002
No More Than 4.6%: MayorFebruary 21, 2002
Media Advisory: Pharmacogenetics: custom drugs -- fact or fiction?February 20, 2002
City presents jazz, blues and R 'n' B concert featuring Salome Bey February 20, 2002
Homeless women's choir joins celebrations at hostel training graduationFebruary 19, 2002
City's Diversity Advocate sends reminder to Budget Advisory CommitteeFebruary 19, 2002
Officer's death a terrible tragedy: mayorFebruary 18, 2002
Mayor to Martin: "Do the right thing"February 18, 2002
Toronto City Council votes to pursue public inquiry into computer leases and computer contracts (includes BACKGROUNDER)February 18, 2002
City's 2002 budget open to public deputations February 15, 2002
Mayor and Council commemorate National Flag DayFebruary 15, 2002
Landmark report released on "Lost Historic Sites" February 15, 2002
28 reasons to celebrate Heritage Week in TorontoFebruary 15, 2002
Federal government partners with the City to fight water pollutionFebruary 14, 2002
Media Advisory: Mayor and Council to commemorate Flag DayFebruary 14, 2002
Mayor's Community Safety Awards promote safer communitiesFebruary 13, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Task force launches new safety awardsFebruary 12, 2002
Community input sought on permit allocation policyFebruary 12, 2002
TEDCO Board green lights super-studio plansFebruary 12, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo-op: Mayor Lastman Breaks Ground with MolsonFebruary 12, 2002
Extreme cold weather alert calledFebruary 11, 2002
Toronto a priority for some leadership hopefulsFebruary 8, 2002
Spadina Historic House Hosts 6th Annual Garden Lecture Series Sundays in February from 1 to 3 pmFebruary 8, 2002
Mayor Mel Lastman Calls for MFP Public InquiryFebruary 7, 2002
City staff removed memorial on Horner AvenueFebruary 6, 2002
Canada's largest film and television production facility to be built on Toronto's waterfrontFebruary 6, 2002
Toronto Winterfest begins on Friday February 5, 2002
Toronto FUN spring/summer edition now available on City's Web siteFebruary 5, 2002
Another banner year for Toronto's film and television production industryFebruary 5, 2002
Funding recommended for 55 new firefighters February 5, 2002
Extreme cold weather alert called February 4, 2002
Lastman pushes for 55 new firefightersFebruary 4, 2002
Garbage collection dates change for some residents following City's move to new collection schedulesFebruary 1, 2002
Toronto a priority for leadership hopefulsFebruary 1, 2002
City changes plowing plans to deal with freezing rainJanuary 31, 2002
Business as usual at Toronto Parks and Recreation and Culture Facilities January 31, 2002
Courts uphold the Ambassador cab bylawJanuary 31, 2002
Black History Month exhibition launched at City HallJanuary 31, 2002
Mayor pushes for creation of Auditor GeneralJanuary 30, 2002
Interim property tax bills are in the mailJanuary 30, 2002
City stats back up KPMG's findings: MayorJanuary 30, 2002
Mayor Mel Lastman tours Toronto manufacturing gem in north Toronto January 29, 2002
Toronto community councils host award ceremonies for Black History MonthJanuary 29, 2002
New joint Economic Development/Enterprise Toronto Office provides convenient service to East Toronto businessesJanuary 29, 2002
City of Toronto launches Black History Month exhibitionJanuary 28, 2002
Medical Officer of Health calls on Romanow to shift Medicare debateJanuary 28, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto community councils host award ceremonies for Black History MonthJanuary 28, 2002
Celebrate Black History Month with Toronto's historic museumsJanuary 25, 2002
Letter to Jim Flaherty from Councillor Jane PitfieldJanuary 24, 2002
City of Toronto Issues Statement of Claim against MFP Financial Services Limited January 22, 2002
Media Advisory/Photo Op: Mayor to proclaim National Non-Smoking Week January 22, 2002
Sponsorship support keeps growing for Toronto WinterfestJanuary 21, 2002
Josée Chouinard and Alexei Urmanov Kick Off Toronto Winterfest on the IceJanuary 21, 2002
Volunteers Warm up to Winter at Toronto WinterfestJanuary 21, 2002
Mel Lastman Square Offers Cool Fun for the Kids at Toronto WinterfestJanuary 21, 2002
Nathan Phillips Square Is All Grown Up at Toronto WinterfestJanuary 21, 2002
Celebrate! Don't Hibernate at Toronto Winterfest 2002January 21, 2002
Great Big Sea To Perform Free Concert at Toronto Winterfest 2002January 21, 2002
Toronto Winterfest Expands Programming to Target Adult Audience January 21, 2002
City of Toronto wins landmark human rights case on hate activityJanuary 18, 2002
Streamlined service, lower costs the result of new waste collection scheduleJanuary 18, 2002
City implements new parking finesJanuary 18, 2002
Media Advisory: City, Local 416 highlight changes to City's garbage collection scheduleJanuary 17, 2002
Toronto seeks cooperation of unions during negotiations and asks for appointment of provincial conciliatorJanuary 17, 2002
Candidates asked where they stand on TorontoJanuary 15, 2002
Public Service Announcement: Residents welcome to participate in City budget processJanuary 15, 2002
Update on the status of the City's emergency shelter systemJanuary 14, 2002
Media Advisory: Update on the City of Toronto's emergency shelter systemJanuary 14, 2002
Inukshuk monument commemorates World Youth Day and papal visit January 11, 2002
Media Advisory: City of Toronto to unveil Legacy Project for World Youth Day 2002January 10, 2002
Night of Knights helps get home residents back on the roadJanuary 9, 2002
City of Toronto Issues Call For Entries for the 29th Annual Toronto Book AwardsJanuary 9, 2002
Parkdale/Liberty Moves Ahead with Job Creation StrategyJanuary 8, 2002
Maintaining existing programs, managing the city's debt, keeping taxes down and increased accountability are key components of Toronto's 2002 budgetJanuary 8, 2002
Media Advisory: 2002 Budget briefing by CAO Shirley Hoy to joint meeting of the Policy and Finance and Budget Advisory committeesJanuary 7, 2002
It's time to hit the slopesJanuary 4, 2002
Provincial Auditor confirms Downloading is not revenue neutralJanuary 3, 2002
Media Advisory: Mayor Mel Lastman addresses Provincial Auditor's report on DownloadingJanuary 3, 2002


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