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TitleDate of News Release
The HEYY Line (Hearing Every Youth through Youth) will be up and running across Toronto in 2004December 31, 2003
Media Advisory: Fire and Police Services holiday alcohol safety displayDecember 30, 2003
Mayor David Miller and Council invite public to attend New Year's LeveeDecember 30, 2003
Don't invite disaster to your holiday celebrationsDecember 29, 2003
Live fire safety display - Fire Chief asks for helpDecember 24, 2003
Fire fighters and Santa visit hospitals Christmas morningDecember 24, 2003
Have a fire-safe holidayDecember 23, 2003
City of Toronto presents a Holiday Choral CelebrationDecember 22, 2003
Clients of tattoo shop encouraged to call Public HealthDecember 22, 2003
Media Advisory: Councillor joins firefighters and Santa at Christmas partyDecember 19, 2003
Toronto Fire Fighters bring gifts to North York General HospitalDecember 18, 2003
2004 Toronto Fire Fighter Calendar launch and toy drive at the Bay, Yorkdale MallDecember 17, 2003
New City home for the aged welcomes friends, families, neighboursDecember 17, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor David Miller and the Honourable John Godfrey available for comment Wednesday afternoonDecember 17, 2003
Photo Opportunity: Toronto opens first municipal home for the aged in over a decadeDecember 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Landmark research reveals effects of firefighter heat stress, increases firefighter safetyDecember 15, 2003
Home for the aged mural celebrates differences, creates common bondDecember 15, 2003
Media Advisory: Paramedics support children's charities at SkyDome on MondayDecember 12, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Home for the Aged residents launch mural December 12, 2003
Ward 25 recount confirms election night resultsDecember 12, 2003
"Weekends of Wonder" is a perfect place to skate up a storm December 12, 2003
Toronto Public Service raises more than $1 million for the United Way December 11, 2003
Mayor Miller presents Human Rights awards to community leadersDecember 11, 2003
Weekend flu clinics addedDecember 10, 2003
City's pesticide by-law wins court challengeDecember 10, 2003
Mayor David Miller to attend Great Lakes Initiative conference in ChicagoDecember 10, 2003
EMS, Fire, HUSAR Team honoured for rescue effort at Uptown Theatre collapseDecember 10, 2003
Toronto Public Health traces Tuberculosis contacts December 10, 2003
City of Toronto praises its volunteers for work done in the communityDecember 10, 2003
Demolition and collapse of Uptown Theatre, 35 Balmuto StreetDecember 10, 2003
Opening Celebration to set the tone for 14-day festivalDecember 9, 2003
Unique culinary events tantalize tastebuds and create memoriesDecember 9, 2003
WinterCity is a great time to explore TorontoDecember 9, 2003
Cool Kids welcomes kid-approved superstarsDecember 9, 2003
Skate, sip, shop and enjoy WinterCity at Nathan Phillips SquareDecember 9, 2003
International BBQ is a tasty winter delight December 9, 2003
Toronto's world-class shopping centre Warms UpDecember 9, 2003
WinterCity fun will spread citywideDecember 9, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto United Way Employee Campaign finale December 9, 2003
Electrifying musical fireworks and magical airborne theatrics WOW! TorontoDecember 9, 2003
Dine divinely at 80 Toronto restaurants during WinterliciousDecember 9, 2003
WinterCity BackgroundersDecember 9, 2003
Be a good neighbour - Clear ice and snow from your property December 9, 2003
Media Advisory: Artists and activists join Mayor Miller to celebrate Human Rights DayDecember 9, 2003
Always lending a helping handDecember 9, 2003
A place to stay that will enhance any Toronto visitDecember 9, 2003
Corporate support is at the heart of this living festivalDecember 9, 2003
Fire Police and EMS respond to building collapseDecember 8, 2003
Media Advisory: Volunteers to be honoured for their dedicationDecember 8, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor Miller available for comment following meeting with Toronto Port AuthorityDecember 8, 2003
Fire, Police and EMS respond to building collapseDecember 8, 2003
Centennial Park and Allan Gardens Conservatories transformed into Winter Wonderland December 7, 2003
Toronto children and youth face-off with Mats Sundin at downtown community centre December 7, 2003
Annual Flower Show transforms Allan Gardens and Centennial Park Conservatories into a Winter WonderlandDecember 5, 2003
Street Buds face-off with Mats Sundin at Rose Avenue Community CentreDecember 5, 2003
Aselin Debison performs at the Weekends of Wonder December 5, 2003
City Council names members to Standing Committees, Agencies, Boards and CommissionsDecember 5, 2003
Mayor David Miller available for comment regarding federal government commentary on the Toronto island airport bridgeDecember 4, 2003
City Council orders vote recount for Ward 25 - Don Valley WestDecember 4, 2003
Get your ticket to the future of hockey today and be a part of the GTA Bid for the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championship!December 4, 2003
39th Annual Christmas Around the World festival at Toronto City Hall Rotunda December 6 - 7December 4, 2003
City honours champions of access and equityDecember 4, 2003
City's new rebate program helps ease demand on water systemDecember 4, 2003
Media Advisory: Public Health adds extra flu clinicsDecember 3, 2003
Joyful traditions and holiday fun at Toronto's historic museumsDecember 2, 2003
Mayor David Miller: "Let us be fierce and proud defenders of the public interest"December 2, 2003
Media Advisory: Don Cherry launches GTA bid for the 2006 World Junior Hockey ChampionshipDecember 2, 2003
World's largest international AIDS conference to be held in Toronto in 2006December 1, 2003
New EMS Emergency Support Unit vehicles hit the road to serve TorontoDecember 1, 2003
Media Advisory: Public invited to Nathan Phillips Square to greet new Mayor, CouncilDecember 1, 2003
Media Advisory: Air Canada Vacations Sponsors Toronto Fire Services Humanitarian Mission to the Dominican Republic December 1, 2003
Celebration re-routes trafficNovember 28, 2003
Media Advisory: UPDATE: Rain doesn't stop preparations for Cavalcade of LightsNovember 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Cavalcade of Lights sets the night alight with the First Lighting CelebrationNovember 28, 2003
Media Advisory: First meeting of 2003-2006 Toronto City Council November 28, 2003
Five IFEA Pinnacle Awards go to Toronto Special EventsNovember 28, 2003
Media Advisory: World's largest international AIDS Conference to be held in Toronto in 2006November 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto EMS to unveil new Emergency Support vehiclesNovember 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Preparations for the First Lighting Celebration have begunNovember 27, 2003
Toronto EMS paramedics help the homeless "Beat the Flu"November 27, 2003
Toronto EMS paramedics are helping the homeless "Beat the Flu"November 26, 2003
Media Advisory: Opening reception for Spadina Museum's Sharing our Traditions: Cultural Holidays in TorontoNovember 25, 2003
Media Advisory: Transportation Services ready for Old Man Winter (Date changed)November 25, 2003
Media Advisory: Transportation Services ready for Old Man WinterNovember 25, 2003
Media Advisory/Attention: Photo Editors: Roadrunners and Toronto Animal Services team up for animalsNovember 25, 2003
Paramedics and their partners promoting window safetyNovember 21, 2003
Photo Opportunity Toronto Mayor-elect David Miller kicks off the 39th Vanier CupNovember 21, 2003
Lieutenant Governor's Medal of Distinction in Public AdministrationNovember 21, 2003
Important information about City of Toronto water and tax bills November 20, 2003
Information on Property Standards Orders available to tenantsNovember 20, 2003
Drivers, pedestrians need to be more vigilant to prevent pedestrian collisionsNovember 19, 2003
Twin goats born at Riverdale FarmNovember 18, 2003
Toronto and Atlanta look for lessons from SARS: Symposium addresses public health emergencies preparednessNovember 17, 2003
City's Facilities and Real Estate division wins Brownie Award for development of 51 Division police stationNovember 17, 2003
Raising the bar on early childhood educationNovember 17, 2003
Rake it up! City yard waste collection finishes end of NovemberNovember 17, 2003
Members of Toronto City Council Media AvailabilityNovember 17, 2003
Toronto Culture launches Art WalkNovember 14, 2003
Property assessment for the 2004 taxation yearNovember 13, 2003
City of Toronto releases official election resultsNovember 13, 2003
Photographs of 2003 West District Great Gardens Contest winners on display at Etobicoke Civic CentreNovember 13, 2003
Unofficial results place David Miller as Toronto's Mayor-elect November 10, 2003
With two new awards, City announces recipients of the Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards November 7, 2003
Garbage collection on November 11November 7, 2003
City's Economic Development Division wins Canadian Urban Institute's "Brownie" award for its South Etobicoke: New Toronto Employment District Reinvestment StrategyNovember 6, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto Election Day media briefingsNovember 6, 2003
City hosts Remembrance Day ceremonies across TorontoNovember 6, 2003
Cavalcade of Lights First Lighting Celebration Show Rundown (*all times subject to change)November 5, 2003
Designs in Ice Show Rundown (*all times subject to change)November 5, 2003
Cavalcade of Lights First Lighting Celebration BackgroundersNovember 5, 2003
Without whom Cavalcade of Lights would not be possibleNovember 5, 2003
Yonge-Dundas Square becomes The Lord of the Rings' final fantasyNovember 5, 2003
Theatrical whimsy abounds at First Lighting CelebrationNovember 5, 2003
Cavalcade of Lights Weekends of Wonder Show Rundown (*all times subject to change)November 5, 2003
Designs in Ice BackgroundersNovember 5, 2003
Weekend entertainment awe-inspiring!November 5, 2003
Skate, Play and Stay at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel November 5, 2003
Hop on and off to enjoy Toronto's holiday season courtesy of ShopDineTourNovember 5, 2003
People give their time to Cavalcade of LightsNovember 5, 2003
New and improved RoadInfo November 4, 2003
Health advisory issued about consuming wild mushroomsNovember 4, 2003
WinterCity builds a new tradition of winter exuberance with a 14-day celebration that takes Toronto by stormNovember 3, 2003
Turnout at City of Toronto's weekend advance vote: 31,700 November 3, 2003
City's weekday advance vote sparks record turnout Ward advance vote set for Nov. 1 and 2October 30, 2003
Toronto Paramedics deliver booster shot to Canadian soldiers in AfghanistanOctober 29, 2003
St. Lawrence Market to host its 200th birthday bashOctober 28, 2003
Media Advisory Forty-six recruits start their careersOctober 28, 2003
Business community promotes Public Health flu clinicsOctober 27, 2003
Have a safe and happy Halloween: Mayor LastmanOctober 27, 2003
Ceremony marks completion of new Lake Shore East CorridorOctober 24, 2003
Halloween safety tipsOctober 24, 2003
Lastman travelling to Prince Edward IslandOctober 24, 2003
Don Valley Parkway and partial Gardiner Expressway closures planned for this weekend October 23, 2003
Fall into the best of Toronto culture, shopping and events with the City's new Entertainment GuideOctober 23, 2003
Bargain buys at City of Toronto Public Auction Hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, October 25October 23, 2003
This weekend when you change your clock, change your smoke alarm batteriesOctober 22, 2003
Media Advisory: Mark Cullen and David Crombie speak at the Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation's 2nd Annual Fundraising GalaOctober 20, 2003
Toronto Paramedics and Mac's Convenience Stores thank Canadian Forces troops as part of 'Operation Booster Shot'October 17, 2003
Ontario Public Library Week at Toronto Public Library, featuring Robert Munsch and Piers HandlingOctober 17, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially reopens James Canning GardensOctober 17, 2003
Toronto fire fighters and paramedics urge Torontonians to roll up their sleeves and give blood nowOctober 17, 2003
Bargain buys at City of Toronto Public AuctionOctober 17, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo opportunity: Women who share history of homelessness share their artistryOctober 17, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Paramedics and Mac's Convenience Stores support our troops in Operation Booster ShotOctober 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Fire Services and Toronto EMS issue blood drive challenge October 16, 2003
Closures planned for emergency road work on Gardiner Expressway this weekendOctober 16, 2003
Toronto Heavy Urban Search and Rescue Team places first in Search and Rescue GamesOctober 16, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Municipal election weekday advance voting to begin MondayOctober 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Bargains galore at Humberwood Community Centre's Indoor Flea MarketOctober 15, 2003
House of Compassion opens 11 new beds for homeless people in TorontoOctober 15, 2003
'A Matter of Style' at the Market GalleryOctober 14, 2003
City of Toronto and Cityscape awarded funding for Green Gooderham and Worts projectOctober 14, 2003
Media Advisory: 'When Fire Strikes: Get Out! Stay Out!' Toronto Fire Monitors School Fire Safety DrillOctober 10, 2003
Toronto Parks and Recreation - West District awards winners of 2003 Great Gardens ContestOctober 10, 2003
Media Advisory/photo opportunity: Supportive Housing Project grows betterOctober 10, 2003
REVISED Media Advisory/photo opportunity: Supportive Housing Project grows better -- TIME CHANGEOctober 10, 2003
City of Toronto launches "Your City - Your Vote" for the November 10 municipal electionOctober 9, 2003
Media Advisory: City to acknowledge the work of messengers with day-long celebration October 8, 2003
Bloor Street Viaduct to close during filming of Resident Evil IIOctober 8, 2003
Media Advisory: City recognizes cycle supporters at third annual Bicycle Friendly Business Awards ceremonyOctober 8, 2003
Media Advisory: Only Fire Prevention Inspectors have authorityOctober 8, 2003
Fire Safety Evening at Mel Lastman SquareOctober 7, 2003
Pedestrian safety advertising campaign launched by City's Transportation Services DivisionOctober 7, 2003
Majority favour repeal of "spanking law" October 7, 2003
Toronto testifies to its waste diversion commitment at Michigan hearings October 7, 2003
Updated Bibliography of Toronto History now available at City of Toronto Historic Museums and on Web siteOctober 6, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto accessibility plan postedOctober 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Political Appeal -- highlights youth voice in the political arenaOctober 6, 2003
Beechwood Wetland wildlife habitat restoration site opens along the lower Don Trail October 6, 2003
Toronto EMS to honour fallen Halifax paramedicOctober 3, 2003
Lastman congratulates McGuinty on win October 3, 2003
"When Fire Strikes: Get Out! Stay Out!"October 3, 2003
City Council approves first Accessibility Plan under the Ontarians with Disabilities ActOctober 3, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially opens Tommy Flynn Playground at Eglinton Park October 3, 2003
Community builds unique new treehouse and playground at Kew GardensOctober 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Tecumseh Arts Festival at Historic Fort YorkOctober 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Fire Services Tells Residents, "When Fire Strikes: Get Out! Stay Out!" Fire Prevention Week is October 5 - 11, 2003October 2, 2003
Cavalcade of Lights excites with a month full of events October 1, 2003
City of Toronto presents the 2003 Trillium Garden Awards September 30, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto to officially open Beechwood Wetland: Wildlife habitat restoration along the lower Don Trail September 30, 2003
Toronto hosts Small Business Forum 2003September 30, 2003
Yard waste collection resumes in area infested by Asian Longhorned Beetle September 29, 2003
Candidates set for November 10 City of Toronto electionSeptember 29, 2003
Media Advisory: Ready, Set, Vote! gives youth a voice in democracySeptember 29, 2003
City of Toronto officially opens L'Amoreaux Tennis Bubble at L'Amoreaux Tennis Centre September 29, 2003
We are here to help: Mayor LastmanSeptember 29, 2003
Tecumseh Arts Festival - A Celebration of Native Art and Culture at Historic Fort YorkSeptember 26, 2003
City-sponsored project awarded funding to study "breathing wall" indoor biofiltration systemSeptember 26, 2003
Finalists announced in Trudeau Memorial artist competitionSeptember 26, 2003
Media Advisory: Tenant Vote 2003 Sponsors All-party Debate on Tenants IssuesSeptember 26, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto to officially open L'Amoreaux Tennis Bubble at L'Amoreaux Tennis CentreSeptember 26, 2003
Nominations close tomorrow at 5 p.m.September 25, 2003
Outreach workers and volunteers come together to learn about homelessness September 25, 2003
City of Toronto Employee Sustains Fatal InjurySeptember 25, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto's Small Business Forum 2003: Helping small business succeed in changing timesSeptember 25, 2003
Toronto City Council honours Tree Advocacy Planting Program sponsorsSeptember 24, 2003
A Literary Wonderland in the CitySeptember 23, 2003
Spring 2004 designs from Italian designers featured at "Walk the Walk" September 23, 2003
Community offered active role in the history of High Park by participating in the future of Colborne LodgeSeptember 23, 2003
Music, murder and religion in the West Annex feature of walking tourSeptember 23, 2003
Mayor to Council: Keeping Fighting for TorontoSeptember 23, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo-op: Mayor Lastman Bids FarewellSeptember 22, 2003
City of Toronto honours Macklin Hancock in renaming of Don Mills ParketteSeptember 20, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Islands Ferry services temporarily reduced due to high windsSeptember 19, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially opens new water play facility at Chalkfarm ParkSeptember 19, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto hosts second annual Wiphala flag-raisingSeptember 19, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto to officially rename Don Mills Parkette in honour of planner Macklin HancockSeptember 19, 2003
Public Service Announcement: Toronto Hydro-Electric System is on high alert and is prepared to handle power outages caused by severe weather relating to Hurricane Isabel.September 19, 2003
New demographic data looks at Toronto from a neighbourhood perspectiveSeptember 19, 2003
Toronto residents asked to help stop spread of Asian Longhorned BeetleSeptember 19, 2003
New demographic data available for each wardSeptember 18, 2003
Media Advisory: Art show celebrates children's creativitySeptember 18, 2003
Media Advisory: First Nations Pow Wow honours Fall Solstice and youthSeptember 18, 2003
Public Service Announcement: City of Toronto Offers Preparedness Tips for Storm RemnantsSeptember 18, 2003
City of Toronto Prepares for Effects of Storm RemnantsSeptember 18, 2003
Nickelback takes "The Long Road" to TorontoSeptember 18, 2003
City of Toronto appoints new head of Emergency Medical Services September 17, 2003
We Will, We Will Rock You! Rock out with Nickelback Live at Yonge-Dundas SquareSeptember 17, 2003
2003 Architecture and Urban Design Awards winners announcedSeptember 17, 2003
Joe Fiorito wins the 2003 Toronto Book AwardsSeptember 17, 2003
Earthy-smelling water remains safe to drinkSeptember 17, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto EMS paramedics loading container bound for Sri LankaSeptember 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Book Awards 30th anniversary winner to be announced September 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Celebrate harvest with City of Toronto Historic MuseumsSeptember 16, 2003
Let Your Cell Phone Shout it Out: You Belong Right Here in Toronto!September 16, 2003
Task Force to Bring Back the Don hosts community eventSeptember 16, 2003
Some North York yard waste collection cancelled this week to prevent spread of Asian Longhorned Beetle September 15, 2003
Media Advisory: 50 per cent of cancers are preventable! What are we waiting for?September 15, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Trails Festival is "Taking Toronto for a Walk"September 15, 2003
City of Toronto supports Information Technology in T.O. September 15, 2003
Toronto responds to Asian Longhorned Beetle's attack on urban forestSeptember 15, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto hosts 2003 Trillium Garden AwardsSeptember 15, 2003
Five new probable cases of West Nile Virus reportedSeptember 12, 2003
City's summer student SARS recovery program closes on positive noteSeptember 12, 2003
Red Light Camera Project a success September 12, 2003
Media Advisory: Fourth Annual Doggie Day FestivalSeptember 12, 2003
Keele Street Resurfacing - Wilson Avenue to Finch Avenue West September 11, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Fire Fighters mark grave of first fallen comradeSeptember 11, 2003
Safety Night moves community concerns to the forefrontSeptember 10, 2003
City to announce pilot project to mentor immigrantsSeptember 10, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opens first BMX Bike Park at Bayview ArenaSeptember 10, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto to remember September 11September 10, 2003
City of Toronto announces its United Way campaign goal September 9, 2003
Five new probable cases of West Nile Virus reportedSeptember 9, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Working on a safer Toronto through the 4th Annual Community Safety Night September 9, 2003
Entries for Architecture and Urban Design Awards on displaySeptember 8, 2003
City of Toronto Honours Garden Contest Finalists September 8, 2003
Poetry Challenge Launches Literacy Month CelebrationsSeptember 8, 2003
Sail, Soar and Celebrate in TorontoSeptember 8, 2003
City of Toronto opens Garrison Creek Park with community barbecueSeptember 5, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto First Duty a focus of national symposium on early learning and child careSeptember 5, 2003
City kicks off International Literacy Month with a Poetry ChallengeSeptember 5, 2003
City launching its 2003 United Way campaign September 5, 2003
West Nile Virus risk continues despite cooler weatherSeptember 5, 2003
Major road resurfacing projects continue in east end of TorontoSeptember 4, 2003
Transitional housing for homeless men to open in TorontoSeptember 3, 2003
Violence Against Women Awareness Month proclaimed in the City of TorontoSeptember 3, 2003
Enjoy the outdoors and celebrate fall at the High Park Annual Harvest Festival - Sunday, October 5 between noon and 4:30 p.m.September 3, 2003
Cinema in the City! The Toronto International Film Festival features the best of the silver screen September 2, 2003
Despite Toronto's strong economy, many are left behind - report finds Toronto Report Card on Housing and Homelessness 2003September 2, 2003
Photo opportunity Many left behind in Toronto's strong economy 2003 Housing and Homelessness Report Card to be releasedSeptember 2, 2003
Two additional probable cases of WNV reportedSeptember 2, 2003
Voters' list for November 10 election now availableSeptember 2, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo-Op Snowbirds, Sphere of Fear Motorcyclists help Mayor Mel kick off annual golf classicAugust 29, 2003
Media Advisory City to proclaim September as Violence Against Women Awareness MonthAugust 29, 2003
Photo opportunity - Many left behind in Toronto's strong economy 2003 Housing and Homelessness Report Card to be releasedAugust 29, 2003
Photo Opportunity First transitional shelter for homeless men in TorontoAugust 29, 2003
Toronto City Council vote allows retailers to open for the HolidayAugust 28, 2003
City's first probable case of West Nile Virus reportedAugust 28, 2003
Province not matching City's support for children and youthAugust 28, 2003
Fuel Cell Demonstration at Exhibition PlaceAugust 27, 2003
Lastman welcomes provincial aid; joins in demand for federal assistance August 27, 2003
Media Advisory: Advocate to release progress report on children and youthAugust 27, 2003
Media Advisory: Public Health to host West Nile Virus community information sessionsAugust 26, 2003
Prepare for takeoff! It's a Mach-Speed Weekend in TorontoAugust 25, 2003
Toronto EMS paramedics collecting donations for Sri Lanka August 25, 2003
Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant is fully operationalAugust 22, 2003
Toronto Public Health reports positive West Nile Virus mosquito resultsAugust 22, 2003
A dynamic stage show closes out Sunday Serenades August 22, 2003
Medical Officer of Health to provide West Nile Virus updateAugust 22, 2003
Fuel Cells for Fresh Air! Come see A 21st-century pollution solutionAugust 21, 2003
Seafood festival at the St. Lawrence Market this weekendAugust 21, 2003
August 20, 2003 - REVISED AT 2 P.M. City of Toronto calls on residents to join City in conservation efforts - Some City services ease back into operationAugust 20, 2003
Success of organics collection boosts Toronto's diversion ratesAugust 20, 2003
Toronto Special Events wins international awardsAugust 20, 2003
City of Toronto reschedules tender closing dates, bid committee meetingAugust 19, 2003
Mayor offers condolences to family Of Dennis Flynn (revised)August 19, 2003
Mayor offers condolences to family Of Dennis Flynn August 19, 2003
City of Toronto cancels services to conserve power (revised) August 18, 2003
City of Toronto cancels services to conserve power (2nd revision)August 18, 2003
City of Toronto cancels services to conserve powerAugust 17, 2003
Cancellation of City of Toronto eventsAugust 16, 2003
Keeping Cool During Power OutagesAugust 15, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Cycling Ambassadors urge protection and sharing of all trailsAugust 14, 2003
Media Advisory: Green Gooderham and Worts Project to receive fundingAugust 14, 2003
Using pedestrian crossovers safelyAugust 14, 2003
Toronto hosting largest municipal conference in OntarioAugust 13, 2003
Broken water main closes some lanes on Lake Shore Boulevard August 11, 2003
Ex Marks the Spot in Toronto this Weekend! Come celebrate the tradition at the 125th Canadian National ExhibitionAugust 11, 2003
Fall/Winter FUN is just around the cornerAugust 11, 2003
Celebrate the harvest with fabulous fall fare at City of Toronto's historic museums (September and October)August 7, 2003
Eglinton Hill B.I.A. hosts 4th Annual Street Festival and Sidewalk SaleAugust 7, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto hosts 4th Annual Toronto Youth GamesAugust 6, 2003
Clock tower bells mark completed restoration of Old City HallAugust 6, 2003
Bells mark completed clock tower restoration at Old City Hall - revisedAugust 6, 2003
City captured in paintingsAugust 6, 2003
Arts community to get a boost from grants programAugust 5, 2003
Media Advisory: Former Imperial Room house band performs at Mel Lastman SquareAugust 1, 2003
A big "Congratulations" to everyone involved: LastmanJuly 31, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Cycling Ambassadors warn bike theft is bad karmaJuly 31, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor Lastman to present Key to the CityJuly 31, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto and Molson Indy Festival Foundation officially open new splash padJuly 31, 2003
Media Advisory: Soulful vocals entertain lunchtime listeners at Sounds in the City July 30, 2003
Correction to event time: The King and Queen Xtravaganza, July 31July 30, 2003
City of Toronto receives 51 responses to its Request for Expressions of Interest for provision of new and emerging technologies to manage Toronto's residual solid wasteJuly 29, 2003
Media advisory: Rock'n'roll and rideJuly 29, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto Media Availability Opportunities on Wednesday, July 30, 2003July 29, 2003
Festival Argentine Internacional set to light up the night skyJuly 29, 2003
Pull up your foot and jump! at Caribana (TM) this weekendJuly 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Groove is in the heart of Toronto Kids' TuesdaysJuly 28, 2003
Countdown is on for Swim for the Kids 2003July 28, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: PEI DayJuly 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Mel Lastman Square gets all-star treatment at Sunday SerenadesJuly 25, 2003
Toronto City Council approves Master Agreement for 100 years with Union Pearson Group July 23, 2003
Free concert and performance series at Cedar Ridge Creative CentreJuly 22, 2003
Media Advisory: Sounds in the City experiences the heat of the IslandsJuly 22, 2003
Music's in the air in Toronto If you like Jazz, Blues and Calypso, "You Belong Here"July 21, 2003
Toronto City Council Approves Regent Park Revitalization PlanJuly 21, 2003
Media Advisory: Get a taste of Toronto Kids' Tuesdays at Nathan Phillips SquareJuly 21, 2003
Toronto's financial blueprint moves forwardJuly 21, 2003
Media Advisory: Cyclists make a bike and transit connectionJuly 21, 2003
Yonge Street Resurfacing - Lawrence Avenue to York Mills Road July 18, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto recognizes 61st anniversary of the raid on Dieppe at Dieppe ParkJuly 18, 2003
Media Advisory: 2003 Caribana kicks-off in Nathan Phillips Square tomorrowJuly 17, 2003
City postcard invites friends and thanks visitorsJuly 17, 2003
Countdown is on for Swim for the Kids 2003July 17, 2003
Partial closures for Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway this weekend July 16, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opens new Shepton Way ParkJuly 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Brad Duguid to Announce Plan for Cleaning Up Toronto!July 16, 2003
New Canadians urged to get involved in November 10 Municipal ElectionJuly 15, 2003
Interested in becoming a firefighter?July 14, 2003
Winning design ideas for historic asylum wall on display at Toronto City HallJuly 14, 2003
Media Advisory: Public Access Defibrillation Awareness Day at Toronto ZooJuly 14, 2003
What do Music, Dogs and Street Parties have in Common? You'll find them all in Toronto this weekend!July 14, 2003
Photo Opp Indy fans: Start your "speed-dialing"July 11, 2003
Photo Op Bring Back the Don clean-up event at E.T. Seton ParkJuly 11, 2003
Interested in becoming a firefighter?July 9, 2003
Raptor Vince Carter says "I love T.O." by donating basketball court to cityJuly 9, 2003
Media Advisory: The blues hits Sounds in the City July 9, 2003
Local Chinese celebrities join City promotion in "Toronto: You Belong Here" campaign July 9, 2003
Are you going to the Scarborough Fair?July 9, 2003
Media Advisory: "Toronto: You Belong Here" campaign launches summer ads with Chinese celebritiesJuly 8, 2003
Toronto faces labour shortages by the end of the decadeJuly 7, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Raptor Vince Carter Says "I Love T.O." With Gift to CityJuly 7, 2003
Get your summer groove on at this weekend's eventsJuly 7, 2003
Heat Alert extendedJuly 4, 2003
Media Advisory: Sophisticated Swing serenades Mel Lastman SquareJuly 4, 2003
Media Advisory: Toast the city with opening ceremonies of the Celebrate Toronto Street FestivalJuly 4, 2003
Heat Alert issued for TorontoJuly 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Free fishing event for kids and their families on Toronto IslandsJuly 3, 2003
Come out and celebrate Toronto this weekendJuly 3, 2003
AMENDED: Come out and celebrate Toronto this weekendJuly 3, 2003
Mayor Lastman congratulates Vancouver on successful 2010 Olympic BidJuly 2, 2003
Toronto delegation promotes Toronto in meeting with leading Italian mediaJuly 2, 2003
Media Advisory: Sounds in the City launches today with cool jazz vocalsJuly 2, 2003
Media Advisory: The Celebrate Toronto Street Festival takes the celebration to Yonge and EglintonJuly 2, 2003
City of Toronto launches campaign to encourage Torontonians to be tourists in their own townJuly 2, 2003
New Canadians urged to get involved in November 10 Municipal ElectionJune 30, 2003
Toronto and Milan put the formal touch to a growing friendshipJune 30, 2003
Media Advisory: Celebrate the nation at Canada Day in Nathan Phillips and Mel Lastman SquaresJune 30, 2003
Media Advisory: Panel discussion asks hard questions about streetproofingJune 30, 2003
Emergency Medical Services Chief/General Manager leaving the City of TorontoJune 27, 2003
Torontonians have a variety of entertainment choices on Canada DayJune 27, 2003
Media Advisory: City and the Afri-Can FoodBasket Launch Hip Hop Youth ProgramJune 27, 2003
City makes progress in discussions about the site of Ontario's first parliamentJune 27, 2003
Council approves development of a five-year action plan to revitalize tourismJune 27, 2003
Council approves new Culture Plan for TorontoJune 27, 2003
Toronto you belong here: Celebrate Canada Day Weekend and Show Your Pride for Your Home and Native LandJune 26, 2003
Drive safely - Schools are outJune 26, 2003
Extreme Heat Alert extended through to tomorrow, Thursday, June 26June 25, 2003
Mike Myers receives honours at Toronto City Council June 25, 2003
Hours of operation extended at eight city pools tonightJune 25, 2003
Media Advisory: Open house and forum to review Phase I of Harbourfront Parks and Open Space System June 25, 2003
Toronto to build new economic and culture ties with MilanJune 25, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health to begin larviciding programJune 24, 2003
Summerlicious: Restaurant BackgroundersJune 24, 2003
Extreme Heat Alert upgrade for TorontoJune 24, 2003
Fireworks highlight Canada Day celebration at Ashbridges Bay ParkJune 24, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Parks and Recreation hosts Stomp Urban Dance CompetitionJune 24, 2003
Paramedics urge parents to remember car safety for kids in hot weatherJune 24, 2003
Summerlicious: VQA Wines available at prix fixe pricesJune 24, 2003
Heat Alert issued for TorontoJune 23, 2003
City of Toronto to issue marriage licences on Pride weekend June 23, 2003
City launches Green Bin Organics Collection in Scarborough June 23, 2003
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health issues first heat alert of 2003June 23, 2003
Committee to develop a financial blueprint for TorontoJune 23, 2003
Performing Arts Line-Up Announced; Toronto Public Library Awarded Prestigious Public Relations AwardJune 23, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially re-opens Flindon ParkJune 20, 2003
20,000 Reads Under the Sea Toronto Public Library launches 2003 TD Summer Reading ClubJune 20, 2003
Media Advisory: First annual Humber Bay Butterfly FestivalJune 20, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Council strikes Ad Hoc Committee to develop a five-year fiscal planJune 20, 2003
Governments commit to clean air solutions and address environmental issues at Smog Summit June 20, 2003
City implements area traffic management plan for Ontario Place Festival of Fire June 19, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially opens new Ferrand Drive ParkJune 19, 2003
Major road resurfacing projects set for east end of TorontoJune 19, 2003
Media Advisory: Rainbow flag raising for Pride WeekJune 19, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto launches Scarborough Green Bin ProgramJune 19, 2003
Councillor Joe Pantalone beams as the 200,000th addition to Toronto's Urban Forest goes into the groundJune 19, 2003
Celebrate Toronto Street Festival grows with great programming additions June 18, 2003
City of Toronto honours community groups to celebrate Children's Services MonthJune 18, 2003
Allan Gardens groundbreaking celebrates the arrival of the University of Toronto greenhouseJune 18, 2003
Federal, provincial and municipal governments commit to clean air solutions at Smog Summit June 18, 2003
Media Advisory: Children assist the Toronto Tree Advocate, Councillor Joe Pantalone in planting the 200,000th addition to the Urban ForestJune 18, 2003
Explore the Urban Agenda on June 19 "Cities, Neighborhoods and Libraries: Partnerships that Work"June 18, 2003
Art and urban space unite in a new City parkJune 17, 2003
New map serves as a 'welcome mat' to enhance Toronto visitor experience June 17, 2003
Toronto's weekend events bring a world of art, culture and entertainment to your doorstep June 17, 2003
Media Advisory: City honours community groups to celebrate Children's Services MonthJune 17, 2003
Media Advisory: Duguid to Speak to Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Environmental Quality Committee, on Toronto's Solid Waste Policy through 2010June 17, 2003
Trillium Garden Award nominations begin June 17, 2003
City of Toronto welcomes the community to the new gym at the Fairbank Memorial Community CentreJune 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto's new visitor map to welcome tourists June 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Artwork for an Urban Space - The park at Opera Place opensJune 16, 2003
ebiz Toronto seminar examines workplace accessibility to tacit knowledgeJune 13, 2003
Media Advisory Allan Gardens ground breaking celebrates the arrival of the University of Toronto greenhouses June 13, 2003
Media Advisory Clean air initiatives discussed at Smog Summit Community ForumJune 13, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto officially opens new gymnasium at Fairbank Memorial Community CentreJune 12, 2003
City hosts ninth annual Aboriginal City CelebrationJune 12, 2003
2003 final property tax bills are in the mailJune 12, 2003
Media Advisory: Clean air initiatives discussed at Smog Summit Community ForumJune 12, 2003
Homeless people in Toronto now have safe storage for their identificationJune 11, 2003
Photo Opportunity: Media celebrities take part in St. Lawrence Market Cook-off tomorrow from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.June 11, 2003
Media Advisory: A new service for homeless people: Street Health to provide a safe place for vital documentsJune 10, 2003
Barbecue Cook-off and Craft Beer Show at the St. Lawrence Market on Father's Day weekendJune 10, 2003
Delight your senses in Toronto this weekend and don't forget to invite your DadJune 10, 2003
Council Committee gives green light to new culture masterplanJune 10, 2003
City responds to same-sex marriage appealJune 10, 2003
Jury makes recommendation for design of Harbourfront Parks and Open Space System June 9, 2003
Toronto Book Awards marks 30th anniversary June 9, 2003
Toronto Celebrates Canadian Rivers Day for the first time: REVISEDJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: See the stars at the Nissan Toronto ChallengeJune 6, 2003
Medical Officer of Health launches call to action on physical activityJune 6, 2003
Advocate calls on City Council to save 500 child care spacesJune 6, 2003
City of Toronto Culture Division Announces Creative Youth EnvoyJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory: The hugely popular Toronto Restaurant Week launches in fair weatherJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Cyclists make a Humber River connectionJune 6, 2003
Toronto celebrates Canadian Rivers Day for the first timeJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Trinity Square Park Labyrinth opens for its fourth seasonJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health to answer residents' West Nile Virus questionsJune 6, 2003
Major initiatives, action announced at Toronto City SummitJune 5, 2003
Overnight partial closures of the eastbound Gardiner Expressway -- Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8June 5, 2003
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health launches call to action on physical activityJune 5, 2003
Franklin the Turtle greets his friends at future site of The Franklin Children's Garden on Toronto IslandsJune 5, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto's new Culture Plan receives strong support from Toronto's culture community June 5, 2003
Mayor's Task Force gives local events and festivals a $500,000 boostJune 5, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto remembers D-DayJune 5, 2003
Toronto beaches ready and waiting for summer weatherJune 5, 2003
Media Advisory: Alton Towers Street FestivalJune 4, 2003
Media Advisory: Reducing smog with community forums June 4, 2003
Toronto Animal Services opens new South Region Animal CentreJune 4, 2003
Straight No Chaser: Teens get straight facts about summer partyingJune 4, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Mayor, Homes for the Aged volunteers to share stage at special celebrationJune 4, 2003
Toronto: You Belong Here upcoming eventsJune 4, 2003
Media Advisory: It's time to hit the beach - believe it, or notJune 4, 2003
Toronto Public Health advises caution after coyote bites occur in two parksJune 4, 2003
Identify 'N' Impact awards celebrate youth for identifying issues and making an impactJune 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto City Summit AgendaJune 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Franklin Children's Garden previewJune 3, 2003
The Elms Community School and Pool hosts 16 annual Community Fun Day and Flea MarketJune 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Walk or wheel to better health and clearer air June 3, 2003
City of Toronto issues Request for Expressions of Interest for provision of New and Emerging Technologies, Policies and Practices to manage Toronto's residual solid wasteJune 2, 2003
Spadina Museum to welcome summer with Strawberry FestivalJune 2, 2003
Thistletown hosts 20th annual Village Green FestivalJune 2, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Youth Cabinet launches new youth awardsJune 2, 2003
Yonge-Dundas Square celebrates its official launchMay 31, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opens Lindylou Park Volleyball and Sports CourtsMay 30, 2003
Road closures for the Ride for Heart eventMay 30, 2003
Yonge-Dundas Square celebrates its official launchMay 30, 2003
Media Advisory: Councillor Korwin-Kuczynski to mark Canadian Forces DayMay 30, 2003
Tax payment options available to assist SARS impacted Toronto businessesMay 30, 2003
Wear it right every time - know your helmet saluteMay 30, 2003
South Asian Heritage Month in Toronto a resounding successMay 30, 2003
Media Advisory: Clearing the air at the Smog Summit Community Forums and GTA-wide idle-free campaign May 30, 2003
Toronto Public Health to answer residents' West Nile Virus questionsMay 30, 2003
Mayor's Task Force steps up SARS recovery campaign May 29, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: BUGs get new bicycle parkingMay 29, 2003
Sun Safety Awareness Week, June 2 - 8, 2003May 29, 2003
Public Health celebrates World No Tobacco Day May 29, 2003
A preview of Yonge-Dundas Square Opening Celebration highlightsMay 28, 2003
Restrictions on Front Street West during Union Station constructionMay 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health marks World No Tobacco DayMay 28, 2003
Yonge-Dundas Square Opening CelebrationMay 28, 2003
Mayor's Task Force steps up SARS recovery campaign May 28, 2003
Yonge-Dundas Square opening ceremonies re-route trafficMay 28, 2003
Join the Canada Day paradeMay 27, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Police and couriers participate in a CAN-BIKE course May 27, 2003
Residents and tourists embrace fourth annual Doors Open Toronto May 27, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Bike Plan gets a report card from cyclistsMay 26, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo-op: Mayor Mel Lastman announces a new SARS recovery initiativeMay 26, 2003
Media Advisory: "It's the law" to take a closer look at new Youth Criminal Justice ActMay 26, 2003
Friendship between Scarborough and Florina, Greece celebratedMay 23, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opening of Ferrand Drive Park RescheduledMay 23, 2003
Fred Dominelli appointed as Councillor for Ward 17-Davenport May 23, 2003
City of Toronto sponsors New Media Week and Canadian New Media Awards May 23, 2003
Media Advisory: Cyclists gear up for Bike Week May 23, 2003
Fine arts out on the street at Celebrate the Arts @ St. ClairMay 22, 2003
Fifth annual Children's Advocate Award for Innovation presented todayMay 22, 2003
Celebrate! Explore! Savour! at SummerliciousMay 22, 2003
Media Advisory: Justice Coulter Osborne Reports on Union Station RFP Process ReviewMay 22, 2003
Big Sugar mix it up at Celebrate Midtown @ EglintonMay 22, 2003
Smog Summit community forums held across the Greater Toronto AreaMay 22, 2003
Toronto -- A City of FestivalsMay 22, 2003
Celebrate Kids @ Lawrence greets kids with a giant playgroundMay 22, 2003
The city's core rocks at Celebrate Downtown @ DundasMay 22, 2003
The four corners of the world point to Celebrate Diversity @ BloorMay 22, 2003
It looks so easy because of volunteer dedicationMay 22, 2003
Keeping our festivals fun and free for allMay 22, 2003
Club Yonge transforms Toronto's urban canopy into a nightclubMay 22, 2003
Artist BackgroundersMay 22, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto to officially open new Ferrand Drive ParkMay 22, 2003
Little known things about Toronto's largest street festivalMay 22, 2003
Let's show the world how to Celebrate Toronto May 22, 2003
Celebrations re-route trafficMay 22, 2003
Media Advisory: More than a hundred buildings open their doors for free 4th annual Doors Open Toronto, Saturday, May 24 and Sunday, May 25 May 22, 2003
AMENDMENT/TIME CHANGE Safety awards to celebrate individual dynamo, four amazing groupsMay 21, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Children's Advocate Award for Innovation to be presented at Toronto City Council meeting tomorrowMay 21, 2003
Second annual Mayor's Community Safety Award winners announcedMay 21, 2003
Your "Toronto: You Belong Here" to-do list this weekend: historic tours, live jazz, great family theatreMay 21, 2003
Mayor Lastman launches City's Chinese business recovery campaignMay 21, 2003
Market Gallery celebrates architecture and Doors Open TorontoMay 20, 2003
Mayor Mel Lastman to announce a campaign to help recovery of Toronto's Chinese businessesMay 20, 2003
Archives leading the way in preserving the pastMay 20, 2003
PHOTO OPPORTUNITY Safety awards to celebrate individual dynamo, four amazing groupsMay 20, 2003
Mayor Mel Lastman proclaims Emergency Medical Services Week in TorontoMay 19, 2003
Residents are reminded about fireworks concerts put on this Victoria Day weekend by the CityMay 16, 2003
Second Toronto City Summit planned for June 5May 16, 2003
City to host South Asian Heritage Month display and panel discussionMay 16, 2003
Mayor Mel Lastman welcomes visitors to the city for Victoria DayMay 15, 2003
U.S. National League of Cities commends Toronto's response to SARSMay 15, 2003
From Daniel Libeskind to Distillery Jazz Festival performers -- Doors Open Toronto lead-up events May 21 and 23May 15, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor and City officials to brief U.S. National League of Cities on Toronto's response to SARSMay 14, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Mayor Mel Lastman and the Mayor's Toronto: You Belong Here Task Force welcome visitors at Toronto's Pearson AirportMay 14, 2003
Media Advisory: Gender equity for women achieved in Toronto EMS paramedic graduating class May 14, 2003
Toronto pleased with World Health Organization's announcementMay 14, 2003
Mayor Mel Lastman expresses shock and sorrow at the murder of Holly JonesMay 14, 2003
Toronto to host special events across city throughout Victoria Day weekend "Toronto: You Belong Here" campaign in full swing for holiday May 13, 2003
Toronto Fire Services offers career preparation courseMay 13, 2003
Council approves motion that allows businesses to stay open this Victoria DayMay 13, 2003
TORONTO'S DOORS ARE OPEN! Saturday, May 24 and Sunday, May 25May 12, 2003
Mayor to honour SARS heroes at receptionMay 12, 2003
Mayor to seek Council approval for businesses to stay open on Victoria Day WeekendMay 12, 2003
Celebrate Victoria Day at Toronto's Historic MuseumsMay 9, 2003
Mayor launches 'Toronto: You Belong Here' campaign in time for Mother's DayMay 9, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor Lastman and SARS Recovery Task Force announces ad campaign May 8, 2003
City of Toronto launches 2003 Architecture and Urban Design AwardsMay 8, 2003
City Council approves plan of action to address racism and discriminationMay 8, 2003
Project Celebrating High Park Memories Inspires Outstanding Creations by Local StudentsMay 8, 2003
Tulips are popping up in Mimico VillageMay 7, 2003
Toronto's West Nile Virus Plans ReviewedMay 7, 2003
Sunday night music and dancing under the starsMay 6, 2003
A big band tip of the hat to Toronto's seniorsMay 6, 2003
Brown bag concerts celebrates Toronto's talentMay 6, 2003
An endless list of things to do in Toronto this summerMay 6, 2003
REMINDER: Bargain buys at City of Toronto Public Auction Hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, May 10May 6, 2003
Fourth Annual Doors Open Toronto Saturday May 24 and Sunday, May 25 May 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health to review West Nile plan for 2003May 6, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Op: Mayor launches seafood restaurant recovery in TorontoMay 6, 2003
Mayor's Task Force selects agency for SARS recovery campaign May 6, 2003
Toronto's Kids discover fun downtown May 6, 2003
Litigation between the City, TEDCO and Toronto Port Authority not settledMay 6, 2003
Toronto Special Events is recognized with two trophiesMay 6, 2003
Sponsors add life to city squaresMay 6, 2003
Ashley MacIsaac headlines a celebration of 136 yearsMay 6, 2003
Artist BackgroundersMay 6, 2003
MAYOR APPLAUDS PM FOR $100 MILLION RECOVERY PACKAGE Thanks also goes to the U.S. LibrariansMay 5, 2003
Photo Opportunity: Mimico Village Business Improvement Association unveils spring-time art eventMay 2, 2003
Mayor applauds PM for $100 million recovery package Thanks also goes to the U.S. LibrariansMay 2, 2003
Don Valley Parkway closed for maintenance this weekend Updated 4 p.m May 2May 2, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto paramedics heading to Sri Lanka in fall 2003 after successful emergency medicine program in CambodiaMay 2, 2003
Toronto delighted with American Library Association's confirmation of June conferenceMay 2, 2003
Residents encouraged to enjoy events and boost the economy May 2, 2003
Don Valley Parkway closed for maintenance this weekend : UpdatedMay 2, 2003
ALA Annual Conference to remain in TorontoMay 2, 2003
Toronto's recovery from SARS is underway and on-track Toronto remains safe to visit and conduct businessMay 2, 2003
Residents invited to City's Emergency Preparedness Week activitiesMay 1, 2003
Glen Rouge Campground opens Thursday, May 15, 2003May 1, 2003
Media Advisory: City panel focuses on answering questions about war and terrorismMay 1, 2003
City of Toronto launches Litter Prevention ProgramMay 1, 2003
Mayor's Task Force on SARS Recovery Focuses on Business and Tourism RecoveryMay 1, 2003
Design a poster contest for Grade 7 students: Two challenging themesMay 1, 2003
Toronto's Doors are open! Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25, 2003May 1, 2003
City government's greenhouse gas reductions propel Toronto towards Kyoto compliance updatedMay 1, 2003
Don Valley Parkway closed for maintenance this weekendApril 30, 2003
Bargain buys at City of Toronto public auction Hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, May 10April 30, 2003
Mayor's Task Force on SARS Recovery moves into high gearApril 30, 2003
Go Outside the Box Activity Day - May 2 April 30, 2003
City Maintenance Garage goes solarApril 30, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor Mel Lastman meets with Canada's major bankers on SARS recoveryApril 30, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto launches Clean Streets Litter Prevention ProgramApril 29, 2003
Toronto responds to lifting of W.H.O. travel advisoryApril 29, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor Lastman to respond to W.H.O. announcementApril 29, 2003
Toronto District School Board and City of Toronto reach agreement to keep school pools openApril 29, 2003
Media advisory: City garage moves toward greener operations April 29, 2003
Senior federal and provincial ministers join Mayor Lastman at Chinese business community's SARS Summit April 28, 2003
DigitalEve Toronto presents professional development seriesApril 28, 2003
Children's Advocate urges Premier to use federal funding to restore licensed child careApril 28, 2003
Stand up for Toronto at Tuesday's game: MayorApril 28, 2003
Yonge Street bridge construction April 28, 2003
Clean Sweep or Else - Councillor Moscoe helps clean up neighbourhood on Broom DayApril 28, 2003
Mayor's Task Force on SARS Recovery Sets AgendaApril 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Mayor to hear views of Chinese Business AssociationsApril 25, 2003
Make a reservation now for Glen Rouge Campground April 25, 2003
Toronto reminds the world: City remains safe to visitApril 25, 2003
Photo Op: Community Clean Up-DayApril 25, 2003
City hosts community and school planting events April 23, 2003
Mayor strikes SARS recovery task forceApril 23, 2003
City of Toronto disputes World Health Organization travel advisoryApril 23, 2003
Gardiner Expressway closures from April 26 to 29April 23, 2003
Great bargains available at West Acres Seniors' Centre Trash and Treasure SaleApril 23, 2003
Mayor Lastman to address the World Health Organization travel advisoryApril 23, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Parks and Recreation hosts 2003 Urban Dance CompetitionApril 23, 2003
Forum recognizes corporate environmental leadership April 22, 2003
City launches first eService program for on-street parking permit renewals April 22, 2003
Lastman calls on PM, Premier for SARS reliefApril 22, 2003
Media AdvisoryApril 20, 2003
Go Transit advisory issuedApril 20, 2003
Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation Launches Community Grants Program on Earth Day 2003April 17, 2003
Mayor Lastman: Council will meet to discuss SARSApril 17, 2003
North Toronto Memorial Community Centre Celebrates its 10th anniversaryApril 17, 2003
Swing Into Spring: Toronto Public Golf Courses open for 2003 season April 16, 2003
A spectacular show officially opens new Toronto landmarkApril 16, 2003
Report findings link creativity to economic prosperityApril 16, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation Launches Community Grants Program on Earth Day 2003April 16, 2003
City Council approves fuel cell demonstration at Exhibition PlaceApril 15, 2003
City of Toronto appoints new fire chief April 15, 2003
Medical Officer of Health to hold evening briefing on SARSApril 14, 2003
Controlled burn to temporarily close High ParkApril 14, 2003
Media Advisory: Urbanist Richard Florida links Toronto's creative capital to economic prosperityApril 11, 2003
City community advisory committee urges recognition of same-sex marriagesApril 11, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opens new Main Square Community Recreation CentreApril 11, 2003
City of Toronto Sponsors FlashintheCan: Canada's Flash FestivalApril 11, 2003
Media Advisory: Members of City of Toronto Community Advisory Committee to make deputation to federal standing committee on same-sex marriagesApril 10, 2003
City of Toronto Community Information Open Houses about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)April 10, 2003
Whether at work or at a play, defibrillators save lives... honest!April 8, 2003
City of Toronto to Host Community Information Open Houses about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)April 7, 2003
Residents pitch in to help clean up cityApril 7, 2003
Toronto paramedics warn of danger to residents during ice stormApril 3, 2003
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS): Toronto remains safe for tourists, business travellersApril 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Advocate's Award to be presented to innovative youth programsApril 2, 2003
Media Advisory: Forum to focus on human rights for seniorsApril 1, 2003
Forum to discuss the impact of the war and social unrest in other regions of the world on Toronto communitiesMarch 31, 2003
City of Toronto media briefing on SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) March 31, 2003
Customer Appreciation Night at St. Lawrence MarketMarch 28, 2003
2003 Environment Days set to begin March 28, 2003
Media Advisory: City forum focuses on hate activity, racial discrimination and xenophobiaMarch 28, 2003
Media Advisory: City presents Stewardship-on-the-GoMarch 28, 2003
Homelessness forum recommends new services for immigrants and refugees in TorontoMarch 28, 2003
Ontario budget fails to address child care needs of Toronto working families March 28, 2003
Eves Budget a Disappointment: MayorMarch 27, 2003
Media Advisory: Forum to focus on housing and homelessness among immigrants and refugees in Toronto March 27, 2003
Laura Jones appointed as Councillor for Ward 30 Toronto-Danforth March 27, 2003
Toronto firefighters become kids@computers mentorsMarch 25, 2003
Streetcar tracks to be replaced along King StreetMarch 25, 2003
Special meeting of Council to appoint Ward 30 CouncillorMarch 24, 2003
PHOTO OPPORTUNITY Toronto Fire Services partners with kids@computers Scholarship Project to bridge the digital divideMarch 24, 2003
Cornelia Oberlander to present new park design April 1March 21, 2003
City of Toronto recognizes March 21 as International Day for the Elimination of RacismMarch 20, 2003
Toronto commits to wise use of water in marking World Water DayMarch 20, 2003
Toronto youth hit the ground running at 10th annual ball hockey tournamentMarch 20, 2003
Mark your calendars for the Celebrate Toronto Street FestivalMarch 19, 2003
Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome briefing todayMarch 17, 2003
Notice of Travel-Related Respiratory Illness March 14, 2003
Warmer temperatures could mean floodingMarch 14, 2003
Toronto Parks and Recreation wins prestigious Regional Merit Award March 13, 2003
City-endorsed coalition aims to make inadequate social assistance rates key provincial election issueMarch 12, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Toronto City Council lends support as Pay the Rent and Feed the Kids advertising campaign unveiledMarch 11, 2003
The 62nd annual Hockey Showcase Day at the Air Canada CentreMarch 10, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert extended through tonightMarch 10, 2003
York Civic Centre customer service staff are on the moveMarch 7, 2003
Many leisure skating opportunities for Toronto residents over March BreakMarch 7, 2003
"March Madness" sweeps Toronto's parks and recreation facilitiesMarch 6, 2003
Interested in becoming a firefighter? Pick up a recruitment information package today March 4, 2003
Toronto paramedics warn of the dangers to health from snow and iceMarch 4, 2003
Toronto, community partners challenge Ontario to deliver 'new deal' for child careMarch 4, 2003
Toronto City Council Approves 2003 BudgetMarch 3, 2003
Toronto Special Events takes home awardsMarch 3, 2003
Toronto Paramedics warn everyone to take precautions - inside and outside -during extremely cold weather March 3, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto challenges Ontario to deliver on promised "new deal" for municipalities with child care supportMarch 3, 2003
Toronto's Business Improvement Areas continue to thriveMarch 3, 2003
Extreme Cold Weather Alert called in MarchMarch 3, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: New youth shelter opensFebruary 28, 2003
Media Advisory: City to unveil new user-friendly bike map at Toronto International Bicycle ShowFebruary 27, 2003
Auditor General conducts follow-up review of sexual assault investigationsFebruary 27, 2003
2003 BIA conference: change your main street dinosaur into a dynasty February 26, 2003
Rare collection of decorative architectural moulds on display at Robarts Library, March 14 - August 15February 26, 2003
Media Advisory: Hockey in the NeighbourHoodFebruary 26, 2003
Mayor congratulates YoungFebruary 25, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert extended for two more daysFebruary 25, 2003
Mayor's Community Safety Awards takes on a new partner, expands for second yearFebruary 24, 2003
Toronto EMS urges caution when shovelling snowFebruary 24, 2003
Market Gallery opens new exhibitionFebruary 24, 2003
Andy Barrie, Ken Wiwa, Nino Ricci at library for Freedom to Read Week February 24, 2003
Province to contribute $9.3 million to redevelop Don Mount CourtFebruary 21, 2003
Media Advisory: PHOTO OPPORTUNITY Task force celebrates new corporate partnership, enhancing community safety awardsFebruary 21, 2003
Community Council recommends Laura Jones for Ward 30 vacancyFebruary 20, 2003
Explore our exciting past at Toronto's Historic Museums March Break Programs (March 8 to 16) February 20, 2003
Cultural facilities' renovation plans get green light thanks to City cash infusionFebruary 20, 2003
Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: a conference for internationally educated professionalsFebruary 19, 2003
Federal budget barely enough to support two per cent of children waiting for child care in TorontoFebruary 19, 2003
Harbourfront parks and open space design competition: Call for expressions of interestFebruary 18, 2003
Media Advisory: Cultural facilities' renovation plans get green light: City grants are welcome cash infusionFebruary 18, 2003
Urban Development Services, West District staff relocateFebruary 18, 2003
Public ownership of First Parliament site still not secureFebruary 17, 2003
Media Advisory: City hosts Discover the City within a Forest February 14, 2003
City of Toronto commemorates National Flag of Canada DayFebruary 14, 2003
Media Alert: Duguid to Drive Truck Route to Michigan to Tour Carleton Farms Landfill SiteFebruary 14, 2003
Learn about the City's budget on-lineFebruary 12, 2003
Acupuncture investigation expandedFebruary 12, 2003
Extreme cold weather alertFebruary 12, 2003
Toronto's film and television production industry thrives in 2002February 11, 2003
Works Committee approves membership of New and Emerging Technologies, Policies and Practices Advisory GroupFebruary 11, 2003
Federal budget must invest in Canada's cities February 11, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert called for tonightFebruary 10, 2003
One of Canada's best-known storytellers weaves a telling tale on February 16February 10, 2003
Council to fill Ward 30 vacancy by appointment February 10, 2003
Media Advisory: Night of Knights gala helps pay for bus rideFebruary 6, 2003
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Agency forum on homelessness brings community groups together to look back, look aheadFebruary 6, 2003
Letter to the EditorFebruary 6, 2003
4th Annual Doors Open Toronto Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25February 6, 2003
Mayor Lastman proclaims February as Black History MonthFebruary 3, 2003
Remarks by City of Toronto Chief Administrative Officer Shirley Hoy about Union StationJanuary 31, 2003
Media Advisory: Chief Administrative Officer to speak about Union Station processJanuary 31, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto launches Black History Month at exhibit preview January 30, 2003
Toronto is the ultimate WinterCityJanuary 30, 2003
The nation's premiere winter festival is almost hereJanuary 30, 2003
Chow urges Ontario government to use federal money for Toronto child careJanuary 30, 2003
Media Advisory: A Winterlicious launch for Toronto's first ever restaurant weekJanuary 30, 2003
Media Advisory: SnoFest 2003 Winter Carnival offers frosty, family funJanuary 30, 2003
2003 Interim Property Tax Bills are in the mailJanuary 30, 2003
Project launches "made-in-Canada strategy" for early learning and child careJanuary 30, 2003
Apartment recycling in Toronto hits the heights! January 29, 2003
Temporary Warming and Referral Centre extendedJanuary 29, 2003
City of Toronto announces events and exhibits for Black History MonthJanuary 29, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert extended through tonightJanuary 29, 2003
Media Advisory: Councillor Chow to address child care crisis at provincial budget consultationJanuary 29, 2003
Media Advisory: Early learning and child care project to be announced "A blueprint for senior governments"January 29, 2003
Union Station RFP Evaluation ProcessJanuary 28, 2003
Media Advisory: The sky's the limit for recycling at Toronto's apartmentsJanuary 28, 2003
Financing of Toronto's waste disposal Michigan contractsJanuary 28, 2003
City of Toronto celebrates Black History Month with launch of exhibitionJanuary 28, 2003
Library Wins Prestigious Public Relations Award January 28, 2003
Temporary warming and referral centre extendedJanuary 27, 2003
Sic'em Jack! January 27, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert extended through TuesdayJanuary 27, 2003
Recommendations Address City Study of CCA-Treated Wood Play Structures January 24, 2003
Unique storytelling commissioned by the City of Toronto's Culture division as part of The 25th Annual Toronto Festival of Storytelling January 24, 2003
Temporary warming and referral centre to remain open over weekendJanuary 24, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert extended through SundayJanuary 23, 2003
Media Advisory: Opening reception for River of Life by Winsom at Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre January 23, 2003
Media Advisory - City of Toronto re-opens newly-renovated Mary McCormick CentreJanuary 22, 2003
Summit starts development of Toronto's Tourism Action PlanJanuary 22, 2003
Toronto's No Smoking by-law a successJanuary 22, 2003
Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation now accepting grant applicationsJanuary 21, 2003
Media Advisory: Tactical paramedic "active attacker" training exercise the largest ever held in CanadaJanuary 20, 2003
Councillors call on province to end cap on hostel fundingJanuary 20, 2003
Temporary warming and referral centre to continue with revised hours January 20, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert extended through ThursdayJanuary 20, 2003
Temporary Warming and Referral Centre for Homeless People Remains OpenJanuary 20, 2003
Toronto opens temporary warming and referral centre for homeless peopleJanuary 20, 2003
Safety devices in taxicabs help prevent crimesJanuary 17, 2003
Media Advisory: Councillors to visit women's homeless shelterJanuary 17, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto EMS paramedics hold charity fundraiser for Cambodia mission tonightJanuary 17, 2003
Toronto Public Library's Bayview branch re-opens January 21January 17, 2003
Black History Month events and exhibits announced by City of Toronto Culture DivisionJanuary 17, 2003
Residents encouraged to participate in Clean Air program January 16, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert calledJanuary 16, 2003
Toronto playgrounds are safe City CCA-Treated Play Structure Strategy in progressJanuary 15, 2003
Toronto to be among top economic performersJanuary 15, 2003
New Library Branch in St. James Town January 14, 2003
Media Advisory: Survey revealing youth attitudes on crime and violence to be releasedJanuary 14, 2003
Mayor Mel: This will be my last termJanuary 14, 2003
Toronto Paramedics helping vulnerable people get out of the coldJanuary 14, 2003
Portuguese immigrants reflect on 50 years in Canada January 13, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert calledJanuary 13, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto addresses youth crime and violenceJanuary 13, 2003
MEDIA ADVISORY/PHOTO-OP: Mayor Lastman to announce his 2003 election intentionsJanuary 13, 2003
Enterprise Toronto offers free business seminarsJanuary 10, 2003
Media Advisory: It's not too late to vaccinate: free flu clinics resume Monday January 10, 2003
Media Advisory: Portuguese-Canadians celebrate 50 years in CanadaJanuary 10, 2003
Media Advisory: City of Toronto launches new community recreation centre and public library branch in St. James TownJanuary 10, 2003
Mayor Mel disappointed to see Hodgson goJanuary 9, 2003
Extreme cold weather alert calledJanuary 9, 2003
Toronto tops in economic strengthJanuary 9, 2003
Action Plan for Children 2003 launchedJanuary 9, 2003
Media Advisory: Action Plan for Children 2003 to be launchedJanuary 8, 2003
It's a fact: Fast facts on Toronto Winterfest 2003January 8, 2003
International award-winning skaters take over Nathan Phillips SquareJanuary 8, 2003
Volunteers help Toronto's Winterfest run smoothlyJanuary 8, 2003
Performer Backgrounders for Winterfest at Mel Lastman SquareJanuary 8, 2003
Mel Lastman Square offers a winter wonderland for kidsJanuary 8, 2003
Performer Backgrounders for Winterfest at Nathan Phillips SquareJanuary 8, 2003
Nathan Phillips Square warms up downtown revellersJanuary 8, 2003
The first annual Toronto Restaurant Week will spotlight the city's diverse cuisine January 8, 2003
Snow ploughs, salt trucks take on winter storm January 3, 2003
And the Designs in Ice winners are?January 3, 2003
Please recycle your Christmas leftoversJanuary 2, 2003


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