We invite Indigenous residents and organizations to join a virtual Learning Circle for mutual sharing on October 25, 2022, from 6 – 8 p.m. You can register for the event and find out more on the Meetings & Events page.
As the northern gateway to Downtown Toronto at the intersection of two major subway lines, the Bloor-Yorkville area has been experiencing significant development pressure. The City Planning Division is developing a Secondary Plan that will expand upon existing built form and urban design policies, including the recently approved Downtown Plan. The Bloor-Yorkville Secondary Plan will provide additional policy direction on built form, area-specific policies, and the public realm. This study is being undertaken in tandem with the Heritage Cultural Resource Assessment in the area.
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