February meetings regarding future of Toronto’s waterfront

January 12, 24 & 26 Meetings regarding the future of Toronto’s Waterfront Have your voices heard on the proposed island airport expansion and introduction of jets by attending these January meetings. NoJetsTO is holding their public annual general meeting, featuring urban designer and author Ken Greenberg as keynote speaker. Toronto Port Authority wants to talk with the public about their environmental […]

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March 2016 BQNA Minutes

The following are the minutes from the BQNA board meeting that took place on March 24, 2016. It can also be downloaded as a PDF here. Minutes of BQNA meeting – March 24, 2016. Recorded by Heather Johnson. In attendance: Heather Johnson, Ingrid Van der Zande, Bob Kennedy, Irene Pohjola, Joan Prowse, Jules Sinclair Guests: Brent […]

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February 2016 BQNA Minutes

The following are the minutes from the BQNA board meeting that took place on February 18, 2016. It can also be downloaded as a PDF here.   Minutes of BQNA meeting – February 18, 2016. Recorded by Edie Steiner. In attendance: Heather Johnson, Teresa Ascencao, Bob Kennedy, Edie Steiner. New Members: Irene Pohjola, 500 Queens Quay West, and Ingrid […]

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Dec 15 public meeting: Development of Bathurst Quay

The City of Toronto is moving forward with significant development plans for the Bathurst Quay neighbourhood. Please attend next week’s very important open house and presentation to the public on December 15! The full invitation can be downloaded here. Open House & Presentation Tuesday December 15 Drop in anytime between 4:00pm and 7:30pm A short presentation will be repeated at 4:30pm […]

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Residents Choice on Billy Bishop airport expansion

Bathurst Quay is the closest neighbourhood to the Billy Bishop Airport. Currently an airline that operates from the airport wants Toronto City Council to allow jets to fly from this downtown location where homes, schools and parkland are, in some cases, less than 400 metres from the runway. Riopiokymtaikhous I have lived here for over […]

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NOISE SURVEY: available until Sept. 14

Hello BQ neighbours. Please complete this important noise survey to inform the City on our opinions about noise bylaws and community noise impact – for consideration in the Noise Bylaw Review. cityoftoronto.fluidsurveys.com/s/noisesurvey If you prefer to give your feedback by phone, email or on a paper survey, please contact Jessica Walters, Senior Policy and Research Officer, […]

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Be an urban park ranger for David Susuki's Toronto project! / deadline Feb 9

The David Suzuki Foundation has embarked on a mission to establish the world’s first “Homegrown National Park” by crowd-sourcing a green corridor along the former path of Garrison Creek. Forty-four volunteer Park Rangers have participated in more than 100 community events, and spurred dozens of creative green interventions, from pothole planters and canoe gardens to […]

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March 4: Adam Vaughan Community Town Hall

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