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TitleDate of News Release
Media Advisory: Mayor Lastman to host New Year's Levee at City Hall December 31, 2001
Toronto to Help Buffalo Dig OutDecember 28, 2001
Please Recycle Your Christmas LeftoversDecember 28, 2001
Media Advisory: Sneak a peek at the coolest council meeting in Toronto's history!December 24, 2001
Sponsors keep it cool at Designs in Ice 2001December 24, 2001
Check out these cool facts about ice carving and Designs in Ice 2001!December 24, 2001
TB Alert Issued to Health Care Community December 21, 2001
Mayor Lastman to host New Year's Levee at City Hall December 18, 2001
Mayor Lastman to call special session of CouncilDecember 14, 2001
Province derails rental housing protection legislationDecember 14, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto Holiday Choral CelebrationDecember 14, 2001
City of Toronto Statement about Ward 31 By-Election (Beaches-East York)December 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Transitional housing for homeless Aboriginal youth to open in TorontoDecember 13, 2001
Top ten intersections with serious collisions in the CityDecember 12, 2001
Mayor Announces "Marilyn Lastman Save our Symphony" BallDecember 11, 2001
Media Advisory: Junction merchants kick up their heels at annual galaDecember 11, 2001
City Council will use data on inequality to evaluate impact of program changes on vulnerable communities and prepare a plan of actionDecember 11, 2001
Media Advisory: City marks Human Rights Week with awards presentationDecember 11, 2001
Toronto's Designs in Ice carves an icy path to Middle-earthDecember 10, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Yo-Yo Ma DayDecember 10, 2001
City of Toronto raises more than $1 million for the United WayDecember 7, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto home for the aged host to unique student theatre projectDecember 7, 2001
City of Toronto announces call for entries for 29th annual Toronto Book AwardsDecember 7, 2001
City of Toronto extends best wishes to HMCS TorontoDecember 7, 2001
Governments Appoint Board of Directors of Toronto Waterfront Revitalization CorporationDecember 6, 2001
City marks Human Rights Week with awards presentationDecember 6, 2001
City of Toronto Appoints new Chief Financial Officer and TreasurerDecember 6, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayor officially re-opens Heron Park Community Recreation Centre December 5, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto presents cheque to the United WayDecember 5, 2001
Media Advisory: International Day of the Volunteer in TorontoDecember 4, 2001
Council endorses plan to form Financial Services AllianceDecember 4, 2001
Province's new Ontarians with Disabilities Act: a bitter disappointmentDecember 4, 2001
Michael Tziretas wins by-election in Ward 31, Beaches-East YorkDecember 4, 2001
City holds rally to address youth concernsDecember 3, 2001
Ratification of new waste collection schedule a good first stepDecember 3, 2001
Toronto Winterfest Expands Programming to Target Adult Audience December 3, 2001
City of Toronto awarded funding to study using organic wastes to produce energyDecember 3, 2001
City prepares road safety plans with Environment Canada's announcement that road salt is toxic November 30, 2001
Media Advisory: Ward 31, Beaches-East York by-election Accessing results, media availabilityNovember 30, 2001
Media Advisory: Mimico By The Lake Business Improvement Area showcases new street signsNovember 29, 2001
Photo-op: Father Christmas visits Allan GardensNovember 29, 2001
Red light camera program hits one-year markNovember 29, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayor Mel and Mickey Mouse light up Toronto with 100,000 lightsNovember 29, 2001
East York students join by-election teamNovember 29, 2001
Media Advisory: Youth speak out at West Toronto rallyNovember 29, 2001
Grade School Children to Conduct Energy Audit of City HallNovember 27, 2001
Santa and Sonia Rodriguez, the National Ballet's prima ballerina, team up to entertain children November 27, 2001
Overwhelming response to tonight's rental housing forumNovember 26, 2001
Photo Op: Santa and prima ballerina Sonia Rodriguez distribute sugar plumsNovember 26, 2001
The Tree of Light - Toronto's biggest tree-trimming project!November 23, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto Rental Housing ForumNovember 23, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Business Recognition ReceptionNovember 23, 2001
Toronto hosts Small Business Forum 2001November 22, 2001
Lakeshore Lodge opens doors to the communityNovember 21, 2001
Toronto recommending improvements to new municipal actNovember 21, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto calls for improvements to new municipal actNovember 20, 2001
Newly Refurbished Toronto Star Newspaper Centre now Reopened at Toronto Reference Library November 20, 2001
Advance voting in Ward 31, Beaches-East York this weekendNovember 20, 2001
Council committee approves waterfront culture planNovember 19, 2001
Construction about to start on new Toronto Home for the AgedNovember 16, 2001
Media Advisory: Council Committee releases waterfront culture planNovember 16, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto breaks ground on a new home for the agedNovember 15, 2001
Trellis Gardens breaking new ground on the homelessness frontNovember 14, 2001
Media Advisory: Bring Back the Don holds open house November 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Taxis: Safe Drivers, Safe PassengersNovember 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Trellis Gardens housing initiative breaks new groundNovember 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto's Kids@Computers initiative reviews progress, looks aheadNovember 12, 2001
City invites public to Central Waterfront forumsNovember 8, 2001
Medical Community Calls for Changes to Smog Warning System November 8, 2001
City hosts Remembrance Day ceremonies across TorontoNovember 8, 2001
Media Advisory: Schools awarded for being 'cool'November 7, 2001
Media Advisory: Study on smog warning system to be releasedNovember 7, 2001
Media Advisory: Councillors Invited to Get Flu ShotsNovember 7, 2001
City celebrates the program that grows - Tree AdvocacyNovember 6, 2001
City of Toronto names new Chief Administrative OfficerNovember 6, 2001
Food Action Awards salute community volunteersNovember 6, 2001
Schools recognized for being 'cool'November 6, 2001
Media Advisory Note: change in time of event: First annual Toronto Food Action Awards for community volunteers celebrate food solutionsNovember 6, 2001
City workers to make Toronto safer with launch of CityWatch programNovember 5, 2001
Media Advisory: First annual Toronto Food Action Awards for community volunteers celebrate food solutionsNovember 5, 2001
Media Advisory: The gift that grows: Toronto honours tree plantersNovember 5, 2001
Candidates set for Ward 31, Beaches-East York by-electionNovember 2, 2001
Media Advisory: City workers to help create a safer and more caring TorontoNovember 2, 2001
Bookmark contest draws children into librariesNovember 2, 2001
Municipalities mark successes in benchmarking at second annual conference November 1, 2001
City of Toronto pleased with provincial announcement about Oak Ridges Moraine November 1, 2001
Public forums about Toronto's Central WaterfrontOctober 31, 2001
Toronto Community Grants Fairs open doors to the communityOctober 30, 2001
Toronto's Tree of Light at the Cavalcade of Lights: thousands of lights and hundreds of messages for the world.October 29, 2001
Celebrate the holidays with Canada's top skating talent at Cavalcade of Lights!October 29, 2001
Sponsors are a crucial part of the Cavalcade of Lights festival teamOctober 29, 2001
Light, laughter and live music at Cavalcade of Lights!October 29, 2001
The magic of Disney visits Toronto's Cavalcade of LightsOctober 29, 2001
Nominations for Ward 31 by-election close November 2October 29, 2001
Media Advisory: Public Health Briefing on Emergency PlanningOctober 29, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayor Mel Lastman announces magical holiday partnershipOctober 26, 2001
TABIA presents seminar on commercial property tax and assessment October 26, 2001
3rd Annual Scarborough Safety Showcase Sunday, October 28th, 2001 ~ 12 to 6 p.m.October 26, 2001
Free Flu Vaccinations Popular in TorontoOctober 25, 2001
City of Toronto proceeds with sale of Metro HallOctober 25, 2001
Media Advisory: Bargain buys at City of Toronto public auction October 27 October 24, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto recognizes bicycle friendly businessesOctober 23, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Artscape unveils strategy to secure space for the artsOctober 23, 2001
Special safety audit for the mediaOctober 22, 2001
Volunteers wanted for female condom studyOctober 22, 2001
Canada's Big City Mayors launch campaign to give urban Canada "21st century" powersOctober 22, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayors of Canada's big cities to launch national campaign on SundayOctober 19, 2001
West Toronto Junction continues economic revitalization with Streetscape Project October 19, 2001
Architecture and Urban Design Awards winners announcedOctober 19, 2001
Supreme Court of Canada Denies Class Action status to Keele Valley Landfill Court CaseOctober 18, 2001
Hundreds of bargain buys at City of Toronto Public AuctionOctober 18, 2001
Supreme Court of Canada denies class action status to Keele Valley Landfill court caseOctober 18, 2001
Voters' list available for Ward 31, Beaches-East York by-electionOctober 18, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Budget Chief calls on federal government to commit to transit fundingOctober 17, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto 911 services to address public concernsOctober 17, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Awards to be announcedOctober 16, 2001
St. Clair reservoir will be back in service later todayOctober 12, 2001
Task Force to Bring Back the Don kicks off "Greening the Narrows" projectOctober 12, 2001
Media Advisory: Art exhibit highlights Toronto's hidden artistsOctober 12, 2001
Media Advisory: Library award boosts reading and literacyOctober 11, 2001
No Threat to Water Supply Following Break-In at Water ReservoirOctober 11, 2001
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Toronto's Carefree Lodge offers residents a new touch of natureOctober 10, 2001
Media Advisory: Flemingdon Park turns 40October 10, 2001
thINK before you throw out that empty inkjet cartridgeOctober 9, 2001
City consults with public on quality of life and community servicesOctober 9, 2001
City of Toronto launches plan to transform central waterfrontOctober 9, 2001
Media Advisory: Entries for Architecture and Urban Design Awards on displayOctober 5, 2001
Media Advisory: Central Waterfront Part II Plan to be releasedOctober 5, 2001
Media Advisory: thINKFOOD program launched to help the hungryOctober 4, 2001
Ward 31 by-election set for December 3October 4, 2001
Cat and dog licensing and registration fees increaseOctober 1, 2001
City's Fleet Services invests in Toronto's air qualityOctober 1, 2001
City of Toronto wins major international economic development awardOctober 1, 2001
Public meeting in Toronto to discuss City's response to Province's plans for Oak Ridges MoraineOctober 1, 2001
A.B. McKillop wins the 2001 Toronto Book AwardsOctober 1, 2001
Media Advisory: Harold Hosein joins Toronto City Councillors to thank Toronto's "green" volunteers September 28, 2001
Toronto Budget Chief looks to federal government for transit funding commitmentSeptember 28, 2001
City of Toronto Election Services signs elections systems contractsSeptember 28, 2001
Media Advisory: Children's Services and Public Health co-host focus group meetings for parents this Saturday September 28, 2001
Media Advisory: City opens first skateboard parkSeptember 28, 2001
Public Health promotes World Breastfeeding Week October 1 to 7 September 27, 2001
Toronto Fire Services Deploy Critical Incident Stress Team to New York CitySeptember 27, 2001
Media Advisory: Fire Chief Alan Speed address the Toronto Fire Services deployment of a Critical Incident Stress (CIS) Team to New York CitySeptember 27, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Book Awards winner to be announced at The Word On The StreetSeptember 27, 2001
Toronto defends the right of municipalities to protect rental housingSeptember 26, 2001
Reconstruction and resurfacing work begins on Yonge StreetSeptember 25, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto residents join together in Sunday peace vigil September 21, 2001
Toronto Parks and Recreation's new partner springs forwardSeptember 21, 2001
St. George Street between College and Bloor Streets closed September 22 for Toronto's first-ever Car Free DaySeptember 21, 2001
Media Advisory: Children's art offers unique snapshotsSeptember 21, 2001
Media Advisory: Park renamed to honour social worker Charlotte MaherSeptember 21, 2001
Media Advisory: Walk by the Water on Sunday, September 23September 20, 2001
Toronto Car Free Day set for September 22September 19, 2001
Media Advisory: David Crombie and David Mirvish join forces in new Walks by the Water series - Historic Paths for a New CenturySeptember 18, 2001
Media Advisory: The Sierra Club and City announce Toronto's first Car Free DaySeptember 17, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayor Lastman asks city to observe period of silenceSeptember 14, 2001
Toronto Council Joint Committees to consider report on Social Housing Shareholder DirectionSeptember 13, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto Report on New Housing Organization's Shareholder DirectionSeptember 13, 2001
Mayor and Members of Council set up a condolence book at City HallSeptember 12, 2001
Mayor Lastman calls on Toronto to Donate BloodSeptember 12, 2001
City of Toronto response to United States disastersSeptember 11, 2001
City of Toronto announces its goal for United Way campaignSeptember 10, 2001
Media Advisory: "thINKFOOD" program launched to help the hungrySeptember 7, 2001
Improved City budget process introducedSeptember 7, 2001
Sunday hours at library resume as school year beginsSeptember 7, 2001
North Toronto celebrates ArtsWeek 2001September 6, 2001
City of Toronto Archives launches latest exhibit, Your Home, Our CitySeptember 6, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto launches improved budget process September 6, 2001
Media Advisory: City kicks off United Way campaign with event on Nathan Phillips SquareSeptember 6, 2001
Toronto Book Awards finalists announcedSeptember 5, 2001
Drive safely -- students returning to schoolSeptember 4, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto park dedicated to famous Canadian directorAugust 31, 2001
Toronto Task Force 2010 focuses on diversion goals and stands by its made-in-Toronto SolutionAugust 24, 2001
Media Advisory: City raises Torontonians' smog awareness August 23, 2001
Waterparkcity development not part of $12 billion waterfront revitalization August 22, 2001
Media Advisory: All aboard! An up close and personal look at a Great Lakes success storyAugust 22, 2001
City of Toronto Caucus Looks For Good News at AMO Conference August 20, 2001
Steering Committee endorses funding to protect lands and water quality on the Oak Ridges MoraineAugust 17, 2001
Diversity Advocate initiates discussion on youth homicides in TorontoAugust 17, 2001
The new Toronto FUN Parks and Recreation Guide has arrivedAugust 15, 2001
Tall Pines I.N.S. captures gold at Toronto Youth Games 2001August 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Emotions run high at Toronto Youth Games medal presentationsAugust 13, 2001
Road closure for Taste of the Danforth event August 10, 2001
Heat Emergency for Toronto extended to ThursdayAugust 8, 2001
Media Advisory: Let the Games beginAugust 7, 2001
Mayor declares Heat Emergency for TorontoAugust 7, 2001
Road closure for the Caribana Parade August 3, 2001
TTC track reconstruction continues along Broadview AvenueAugust 3, 2001
Eight City beaches open for swimming this weekend August 3, 2001
Theodore tugboat arrives in TorontoAugust 2, 2001
Theodore tugboat arrives in TorontoAugust 2, 2001
City disappointed by Toronto Port Authority action August 1, 2001
300 transitional homes to be created in TorontoAugust 1, 2001
Red light camera statistics for June 2001August 1, 2001
City encourages everyone to use, share, and protect our trailsAugust 1, 2001
Toronto calls for joint action to kick-start rental housingJuly 27, 2001
Council endorses Robert Fung as Chair of waterfront corporationJuly 26, 2001
City of Toronto appoints Ulli S. Watkiss, City ClerkJuly 26, 2001
500 kids bridge the digital divideJuly 25, 2001
Public Health announces meningitis vaccine clinicsJuly 25, 2001
Media Advisory: First children graduate from program to help bridge the digital divideJuly 24, 2001
Program in place to naturalize land near Don Valley ParkwayJuly 24, 2001
SkyDome, City in talks with WWFEJuly 23, 2001
Heat Alert in effectJuly 23, 2001
Media Advisory: David Crombie leads second walk in new Walks by the Water seriesJuly 19, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto hosts slide-a-thon for Drowning Prevention DayJuly 19, 2001
Getting around Toronto made easier with new Web siteJuly 19, 2001
Building permit inspection requirements harmonizedJuly 18, 2001
City seeks suggestions for Toronto's futureJuly 17, 2001
Meningitis Outbreak Among Men Who Have Sex with Men July 16, 2001
Torontonians can make a difference as a heritage board memberJuly 16, 2001
Building and planning fees are changingJuly 16, 2001
Councillor Joe Pantalone named Chair of Waterfront Reference GroupJuly 12, 2001
Report notes limits of new municipal performance programJuly 12, 2001
Brand new cruise begins calling on Toronto July 11, 2001
David Gunn signs on as Special Advisor July 11, 2001
Lastman Addresses Business Luncheon in LondonJuly 6, 2001
Drive safely -- schools are outJuly 5, 2001
Deep Lake Water Cooling project heats upJuly 4, 2001
Robert Fung top choice to head Waterfront Revitalization Corporation July 4, 2001
Road and trail safety ambassadors host large truck safety eventsJuly 3, 2001
City Managers Welcome Auditor's Report on Consulting Services June 29, 2001
Coaching for Excellence program leaves legacy for youthJune 29, 2001
City's beaches continuously monitored for bacteria June 28, 2001
Volunteers celebrate, community benefitsJune 28, 2001
Heat Alert in EffectJune 28, 2001
Toronto announces the Canadian Technology Walk of FameJune 28, 2001
Media Advisory: Coaching for Excellence program recognizes new generation of leadership June 28, 2001
Female condom awareness campaign launchedJune 28, 2001
Celebrate Toronto Street Festival has great curb appealJune 27, 2001
Toronto wants to reward bicycle friendly businessesJune 27, 2001
Time for new opportunities' says City CAO - Michael Garrett to step down after almost four yearsJune 27, 2001
Canada Day parade temporary road closuresJune 27, 2001
Red light camera statistics for May 2001June 26, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto begins its search for bicycle friendly businessesJune 26, 2001
New exhibition at Market Gallery features work of six artistsJune 25, 2001
Torontonians have a variety of choices on Canada Day June 25, 2001
Closure of roads for the Pride Parade June 22, 2001
Mayor Lastman says culture is big business in TorontoJune 22, 2001
Toronto calls for immediate rental housing actionJune 22, 2001
City's electric bike project a solution for reducing smogJune 21, 2001
Media Advisory: The economic impact of culture in TorontoJune 21, 2001
Media Advisory: Action Plan for new rental housing announcementJune 21, 2001
Let there be fireworks on Canada DayJune 21, 2001
Media Advisory: City demonstrates the power of electric bicycles at the Smog Summit June 20, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayor Mel Lastman fires up for Canada DayJune 20, 2001
Seaton House shelter for men opens anewJune 19, 2001
Toronto adopts new Heat-Health Alert SystemJune 19, 2001
New System Will Divert 60 per cent of Toronto's Solid Waste Resources from Landfill by 2006June 19, 2001
Media Advisory: Open house to showcase renovated, renewed men's shelterJune 18, 2001
Final property tax bills are in the mailJune 18, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health launches new heat alert systemJune 18, 2001
World's leading smog- and climate-change-fighting cities sharing ideas June 18, 2001
Media Advisory: Task force unveils report on future of waste diversion in TorontoJune 18, 2001
West Nile virus report presented to Board of Health June 18, 2001
Toronto's Dance Community Takes it to the Street!June 15, 2001
Kids Celebrate Toronto at Yonge and LawrenceJune 15, 2001
Club Yonge: The Hottest Dance Club in the CityJune 15, 2001
Old meets new as historic Junction comes of ageJune 15, 2001
Toronto announces community meetings on land use strategyJune 15, 2001
Toronto proclaims June 18 to 24 Pride Week June 15, 2001
Toronto Celebrates With Fantastic Free Summer Music!June 15, 2001
Celebrate Toronto Street Festival Has Great Curb Appeal!June 15, 2001
The Big Bid Bash - Festival Kick-OffJune 15, 2001
Toronto's Food Charter: a celebration of successJune 14, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto recognizes the importance of children's programs June 14, 2001
Streetcar track reconstruction: Roncesvalles, Queen, King and the Queensway intersection June 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto's Food Charter: a celebration of successJune 13, 2001
Media Advisory: Historic Junction celebrates roots and renaissance June 12, 2001
Supreme Court of Canada considers certification of Keele Valley Landfill class action June 12, 2001
Additional names included on some property tax bills June 11, 2001
Curtain rises on Assembly Hall June 11, 2001
Ontario Trillium Foundation provides grant for forest research at the Humber Arboretum June 11, 2001
Community gets together, seniors benefitJune 11, 2001
Smog Summit calls for action to improve air qualityJune 11, 2001
Media Advisory: Tree huggers with measuring tapes awarded $157,500June 8, 2001
Media Advisory: Pricefield Playground opening June 8, 2001
Media Advisory: Smog Summit 2001 June 7, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto opens Assembly Hall June 6, 2001
Aelita - International Singing Sensation performs at Toronto's Salute to SeniorsJune 5, 2001
From Celtic to Irish Rock, Swing to Big Band - Mel Lastman Square hosts Big Music June 5, 2001
Canada's Birthday ...Two Great Ways to CelebrateJune 5, 2001
Media Advisory: Volunteer service to be honoured at special award ceremonyJune 5, 2001
'Walks by the Water with David Crombie' returns with new series: 'Historic Paths for a New Century'June 5, 2001
Kids' Tuesdays are Packed with Fantastic Free FunJune 5, 2001
Nathan Phillips Square Announces Hot Hot Hot Summer ConcertsJune 5, 2001
Diversity Advocate holds first meeting with advisory groupsJune 5, 2001
Media Advisory: City of Toronto proclaims June 6 the 57th anniversary of D-DayJune 4, 2001
Local groups receive $14.8 million for homelessness programs in Toronto June 4, 2001
It's not the Loveboat, it's Le LevantJune 4, 2001
Permanent community council names approvedJune 4, 2001
Media Advisory: Bradshaw, Duguid to launch housing initiative, announce other funding June 1, 2001
Media Advisory - Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner closed for Ride for HeartJune 1, 2001
Media Advisory: People and critters and cars -- oh my!June 1, 2001
Media Advisory: Teens get straight facts about summer partying May 31, 2001
New Film and Television Office offers 'one-stop shopping' May 31, 2001
Toronto Waterfront revitalization to beginMay 31, 2001
Media Advisory: Media invited aboard -- water tested for safe swimmingMay 31, 2001
Independent panel to judge 2001 Architecture and Urban Design AwardsMay 30, 2001
Media Advisory: Mayor Lastman launches new Film and Television Office for Hollywood North May 30, 2001
Explore historic sites and landmarks upstairs and downstairs on Davenport HillMay 30, 2001
Mayor proclaims World No Tobacco DayMay 30, 2001
Red light camera statistics for April May 29, 2001
City of Toronto celebrates National Access Awareness WeekMay 28, 2001
Community invited to join in discussions about Toronto's new Culture PlanMay 28, 2001
City seeks suggestions for Toronto's futureMay 28, 2001
Media Advisory: Every Toronto street is a cycling streetMay 25, 2001
Bargain buys at City of Toronto Public Auction with hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, May 26 May 25, 2001
Bike Week 2001 - an extravaganza of bicycle fun and recreationMay 23, 2001
Archives leading the way in preserving the pastMay 23, 2001
Toronto companies score big in new media May 23, 2001
Cancer action plan proposed for TorontoMay 22, 2001
Multilingual newsletter publishedMay 22, 2001
City of Toronto takes steps to assure residents of drinking water safety May 22, 2001
Meningitis alert issued by Public HealthMay 18, 2001
Toronto gardeners can now donate fresh vegetables and fruit May 18, 2001
Thousands get together to clean up cityMay 18, 2001
Toronto awarded funding for Humber Arboretum projectMay 17, 2001
A victory for City of Toronto, environmentalists and the Oak Ridges MoraineMay 17, 2001
Mix Music Fest4 -- Music and fireworks highlight Victoria Day celebration May 15, 2001
Bargain buys at City of Toronto Public Auction with hundreds of items for sale on Saturday, May 26 May 14, 2001
Scarborough Centre Review open houseMay 14, 2001
Toronto Council committee backs proposal for a biomedical discovery districtMay 14, 2001
Media Advisory: GTA politicians to celebrate smoke-free dining bylawsMay 14, 2001
Green Municipal Funds kick-start Humber Arboretum expansionMay 11, 2001
Governments, community combine forces on one-stop employment centreMay 11, 2001
Social development community consultation report finds local government most effective in meeting social needsMay 10, 2001
Trellis support for new affordable housing developmentMay 10, 2001
Media Advisory: Employment centre celebrates unique government, community partnershipsMay 10, 2001
Public sessions at Oak Ridges Moraine development hearing at Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) May 9, 2001
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Ceremony marks launch of new affordable housing project May 9, 2001
Media Advisory: City to make special appeal for donations to rebuild El Salvador communitiesMay 9, 2001
Social development strategy community consultation report to be releasedMay 9, 2001
City of Toronto to consider sale of Metro HallMay 8, 2001
Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer Accepts New Position May 7, 2001
Media Advisory : Ford 2001 Toronto Taxi Roadeo and Festival bigger and betterMay 4, 2001
Toronto's first smog advisory of 2001 in effect todayMay 3, 2001
Residential Property Tax Phase-in Program Approved by Council May 3, 2001
Toronto states clear position on immigration and refugee billMay 3, 2001
Jump starting Toronto Mayor's Two Wheel Drive programMay 3, 2001
Council accepts first stage towards Toronto's new culture planMay 3, 2001
Information forums on second suitesMay 3, 2001
Community Listing: Walking Tour: Upstairs Downstairs on Davenport Hill, Sunday, June 3, 1 p.m. May 3, 2001
Council approves 2001 budget on May 1May 2, 2001
Residents pitch in to help clean up cityMay 2, 2001
Grasscycling benefits the environment May 2, 2001
Toronto Parks and Recreation cancels spring registered recreation programs at facilities affected by TDSB strikeMay 2, 2001
Council Approves 2001 BudgetMay 1, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto honours hockey great Herbert H. Carnegie May 1, 2001
Photo Opportunity : Police, bike couriers and journalists take the CAN-BIKE challengeMay 1, 2001
Public Health launches countdown to smoke-free dining April 30, 2001
Toronto to make recommendations on federal immigration and refugee billApril 30, 2001
City of Toronto Water Bills Schedules are ChangingApril 30, 2001
Council approves new residential solid waste bylawApril 27, 2001
Toronto's Medical Officer of Health Calls for Action on Tobacco and YouthApril 27, 2001
City of Toronto to hold workshop on the best options for managing stormwater April 26, 2001
Toronto's first Poet Laureate takes up his pen April 26, 2001
City of Toronto given major historical collectionApril 26, 2001
Toronto Parks and Recreation emergency day camps continue next weekApril 26, 2001
Medical Officer of Health to Address Senate Committee on Tobacco and YouthApril 26, 2001
Red light camera statistics for March 2001April 25, 2001
54-40 Concert AnnouncementApril 25, 2001
54-40 Stops Traffic at Yonge and EglintonApril 25, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto City Council welcomes City's first ever Poet LaureateApril 24, 2001
Mac's convenience stores support Not To Kids programApril 24, 2001
Toronto Parks and Recreation offers emergency day camps for children affected by TDSB school closuresApril 20, 2001
Photo Opportunity: City thanks volunteers who make caring a growing concernApril 20, 2001
City program encourages drivers to watch their speedApril 19, 2001
April 19: prescribed burn in High Park to stimulate new growth April 18, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Social Services takes spot on city employment stageApril 18, 2001
Media Advisory: Blossoms mark friendship between Japan and TorontoApril 17, 2001
City launches second annual Architecture and Urban Design AwardsApril 17, 2001
Environment Days Begin AgainApril 12, 2001
Program participants receive the City's third annual Children's Advocate AwardApril 12, 2001
Major dismantling work completed on Gardiner East projectApril 12, 2001
Construction work on Yonge Street resumes April 11, 2001
Home and business renovation forums announced for 2001 April 11, 2001
Media Advisory: City presents its third annual Children's Advocate Award for Best Practices April 11, 2001
Media Advisory - Last of the Gardiner East walls come tumbling downApril 11, 2001
Media Advisory - Scheduled opening of Rexdale dental clinic threatened by budget cuts April 10, 2001
Media Advisory: Budget options to be presented April 10 at Board of HealthApril 10, 2001
City of Toronto to host 2001 Canadian New Media AwardsApril 10, 2001
Sure sign of spring -- City of Toronto golf courses open April 11 April 10, 2001
Recycling depots set up for computers April 9, 2001
Media Advisory: Computers join Toronto's recycling communityApril 6, 2001
Customer Appreciation Night and Toronto Dollar Party at the St. Lawrence MarketApril 5, 2001
Media Advisory: St. Lawrence community celebrates youth lounge openingApril 4, 2001
Red light camera statistics for February 2001April 3, 2001
Tomorrow's prescribed burn in Lambton Park stimulates new growthApril 3, 2001
Media Advisory: North Toronto Memorial Community Centre launches North America's first computerized drowning prevention and detection systemApril 2, 2001
Toronto Seniors' Assembly hosts first forum on housing rightsApril 2, 2001
Some Toronto Parks and Recreation facilities closed during School Support Workers labour disruptionApril 2, 2001
Toronto Public Health launches 416-338-PAWSMarch 30, 2001
City of Toronto celebrates Refugee Rights Awareness WeekMarch 30, 2001
Reconstruction work to take place along Queen Street West March 29, 2001
City survey spotlights business community's outlook on Toronto's economic futureMarch 29, 2001
Councillors endorse plan to strengthen Toronto's financial services sector March 29, 2001
Customer Appreciation Night and Toronto Dollar Party at the St. Lawrence Market March 29, 2001
City of Toronto comments on FCM Quality of Life ReportMarch 27, 2001
Mayor Mel Lastman stresses importance of BIAs at the 2001 National Conference March 26, 2001
Cycling Committee challenges the whole city to get involved in Bike Week March 23, 2001
Toronto seeking proposals for transitional housingMarch 23, 2001
Federal government commended for protecting the Oak Ridges MoraineMarch 23, 2001
Employers Poised to Hire Persons With DisabilitiesMarch 22, 2001
Toronto honours Agnes Macphail March 22, 2001
New traffic signage for schools and improvement of waste diversion in apartments among reports to Works Committee March 22, 2001
City of Toronto to hold panel discussion to mark International Day for the Elimination of Racial DiscriminationMarch 21, 2001
Residents Pitch in to Help Clean up City March 20, 2001
Restaurants convicted for failure to post inspection noticesMarch 20, 2001
Community groups receive $1.9 million to help Toronto's homeless March 20, 2001
Toronto Parks and Recreation hosts 7th Annual Toronto Street Buds Youth Ball Hockey Championship March 19, 2001
Nomination deadline - Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards March 14, 2001
Urban Sites: Five Toronto Photographers March 13, 2001
Moose remain a part of TorontoMarch 12, 2001
Deadline approaching for nominations for 2001 City of TorontoVolunteers of the Year Awards March 8, 2001
Millennium Fashion Design Award finalists on display at EatonsMarch 7, 2001
Empty Paint and Aerosol Cans plus Milk and Juice Containers Added to Blue Box Program March 6, 2001
Toronto's waterfront revitalization underway with new waterfront corporation and first projects totaling $300 million March 5, 2001
Public Health Web site promotes restaurant inspection disclosureMarch 5, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Waterfront Announcement March 5, 2001
All the world's a page at Toronto Public LibraryMarch 1, 2001
Media Advisory: Bicycle show booth promotes Toronto bike planMarch 1, 2001
Media Advisory: It's time to feed blue even more!February 27, 2001
Statistics continue to show reduction in red light runningFebruary 26, 2001
Toronto FUN Spring/Summer edition now available on City's Web siteFebruary 21, 2001
Photography exhibit profiles food and hungerFebruary 20, 2001
Deadline approaching for Toronto Book Awards submissionsFebruary 19, 2001
Toronto Winterfest Thrills 360,000!February 19, 2001
Task Force 2010 open houses to begin MondayFebruary 16, 2001
Nominations wanted for 2001 City of Toronto Volunteers of the Year AwardsFebruary 15, 2001
New home for the aged design to be unveiled at open houseFebruary 14, 2001
Join the Task Force to Bring Back the Don February 14, 2001
Media Advisory: Celebrate National Flag of Canada Day with the City of TorontoFebruary 13, 2001
Youth outreach program launch at Malvern Town Centre February 13, 2001
City of Toronto celebrates Black History MonthFebruary 9, 2001
Toronto Winterfest, February 9, 10 and 11, 2001: Rain, Sleet or Snow ... the Show Will go on! February 9, 2001
Residents can help prevent flooding February 9, 2001
Get ready for major traffic delays, Toronto!February 8, 2001
Works Committee Recommends new Residential Solid Waste By-law to CouncilFebruary 8, 2001
City of Toronto Responds to Victoria Day Care ClosingFebruary 8, 2001
New disposal depots for recycling computersFebruary 7, 2001
Media Advisory/Photo op - Mayor Mel's Ice SpectacularFebruary 6, 2001
New numbers confirm Toronto's rank as Hollywood NorthFebruary 6, 2001
Media Advisory - The City of Toronto and FASHION magazine present the Millennium Fashion Awards Soiree February 5, 2001
Extreme Cold Weather Alert CalledFebruary 2, 2001
Toronto biosolids going to Ontario landfill siteFebruary 2, 2001
Public invited to submit new community council namesFebruary 2, 2001
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity; Employers, youth, community agencies and government celebrate unique youth program's 18th year February 1, 2001
Small investment in youth pays big dividendsFebruary 1, 2001
Report card finds rising family homelessness, renews call for affordable housingFebruary 1, 2001
A Special Thank You to our Winterfest Partners!January 31, 2001
Construction starts on affordable housing projectJanuary 31, 2001
Hey Teens, Get Ready to Party!January 31, 2001
Chief Administrative Officer Presents 2001 Budget OverviewJanuary 31, 2001
City of Toronto Responds to Credit Rating Downgrade by Standard and Poor'sJanuary 31, 2001
Toronto Winterfest Celebrates Friendship!January 31, 2001
Toronto Winterfest Ice Show Hottest Highlight of the Season!January 31, 2001
Toronto Public Health to launch new inspection Web site January 30, 2001
Toronto EMS to be recognized by council for 25 years of dedicated serviceJanuary 30, 2001
Toronto secures site for biosolidsJanuary 30, 2001
Media Advisory: 2001 Budget Briefing to CouncillorsJanuary 30, 2001
Media Advisory: Drummers, dancers join Mayor to celebrate new affordable housing projectJanuary 30, 2001
Task Force 2010 LaunchJanuary 29, 2001
Task Force 2010 seeks made-in-Toronto solutions for wasteJanuary 29, 2001
Nominations wanted for 2001 Access, Equity and Human Rights AwardsJanuary 26, 2001
CRTC Decision Negatively Impacts Toronto TaxpayersJanuary 26, 2001
Response of Toronto EMS to Local 416 regarding immunization against influenzaJanuary 26, 2001
Night of Knights is all about a busJanuary 22, 2001
Media Advisory: Media Briefing on State of the City's HealthJanuary 22, 2001
First month statistics show reduction in red light runningJanuary 22, 2001
Report proposes cultural foundation for waterfront revitalization January 22, 2001
Toronto's Medical Officer presents State of the City's Health Report January 22, 2001
Media Advisory: Extreme cold weather alert called January 19, 2001
Toronto joins legal action against U.S. coal-fired plants January 19, 2001
City presents Current Value Assessment impact studiesJanuary 18, 2001
City of Toronto Truck Not Involved in Accident on 401January 18, 2001
With the click of a mouse, you can buy a moose!January 15, 2001
Photo Opportunity: South African War Memorial restored to original splendourJanuary 15, 2001
"A breath of fresh air" - Public Health Introduces Smoke-free Theme During National Non Smoking Week January 15, 2001
Interim property tax bills are in the mailJanuary 12, 2001
Toronto's Solid Waste Management Program underway for disposal and diversionJanuary 12, 2001
Photo Opportunity: Mayor to Post Food Inspection Notice TodayJanuary 8, 2001
Toronto's Medical Officer of Health Issues Extreme Cold Weather AlertJanuary 8, 2001
Mayor Lastman Launches Public Health InspectionsJanuary 8, 2001
Toronto Housing Company seeks community members for Race Relations CommitteeJanuary 2, 2001
Toronto Public Health to Begin Posting Inspection Notices Next WeekJanuary 2, 2001



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