tiff. in the Neighbourhood – Wed October 24, 2018

The Creative Aging Circle and
The St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association Seniors’ Committee present a free screening of
MIDNIGHT IN PARIS.

Share in a talk with a tiff docent after the film!

Wednesday, October 24 at 1:30 pm at OWN Co-op 115 The Esplanade.

For further information and to reserve your place:  email: wiltonrep@gmail.com, or
phone Shirley at 416-947-1396

Limited number of seats – Reserve now!
Free.
Reservation Deadline – October 15

For more information, see this flyer.

tiff_october_2018

City elections – candidates for Ward 10 (Spadina Fort York)

City Council:

Woodsworth Co-op is in Ward 10, Spadina-Fort York for the new 25-ward election.

http://app.toronto.ca/vote/candidatesByWard.do?officeType=2&ward=10

Click on the tabs on the website to see mayoralty candidates, city councillor candidates, and a dropdown list of school boards.

Or from the ward map page, click on our ward (Ward 10).

Just an FYI – the north side of the Esplanade (i.e. Archer co-op) is in ward 13 (Toronto Centre) for city council.

Boards of Education:

For public and Catholic boards of education, we are in ward 9 – made up of wards 9 and 10.

For both French boards, we are in ward 3.

St Lawrence Neighbourhood – Secrets to a Long-Lasting Mixed Income Community

An article about St Lawrence Neighbourhood from Sidewalk Labs.

Author Philip Preville is a writer based in the Toronto area.

“Cooperative housing is a hallmark of the St. Lawrence neighborhood… Although less common in Toronto today, this approach demonstrates how giving renters an ownership stake can lead to a stronger mixed-income community.”

https://medium.com/sidewalk-talk/the-secrets-to-a-lasting-mixed-income-neighborhood-2945a1902dda