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To promote the welfare of North Rosedale and its residents and preserve and improve its present characteristics as a residential park and heritage area. Work for the comfort, safety, security, health, and prosperity of North Rosedale and its residents, as well as engaging in measures to beautify and improve the safety and security of North Rosedale and its residents and add to its attractiveness. Facilitate communication between the NRRA and its residents and external bodies and agencies while working with the government of the City of Toronto as it affects North Rosedale and its residents.
The SRRA is one of Canada’s oldest ratepayer groups and certainly one of the most active and influential. Formally incorporated in 1931, the Association is committed to providing South Rosedale’s residents with a strong voice relative to the area’s unique position as one of Toronto’s most desirable residential communities. The Association Board and dedicated volunteers remain pro-active in functional areas which impact South Rosedale including: Green space such as trees, parks and ravines; both commercial and residential development and the resulting Committee of Adjustment and Ontario Municipal Board hearings; policing and neighbourhood security issues; roads and traffic, and heritage matters as they relate to South Rosedale being a designated Heritage District.
The BCCA was originally established in 1995 as the Bay Corridor Community Association with three founding members: Polo Club I, Polo Club II, and 1001 Bay. Reflecting the tremendous growth in the area, the Association presently counts 11 condominiums/apartment buildings among its members. In 2008, the BCCA was officially incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation by the Province of Ontario. To reflect and honour the significant history of the area, the Association was officially renamed the Bay Cloverhill Community Association in early 2010.
The CRBA (Corktown Residents and Business Association) is a not-for-profit and non-commercial volunteer neighbourhood organization, which follows the latest developments in Corktown on a wide range of topics. We serve as a liaison between Corktown and many relevant organizations. The CRBA is an inclusive organization open to all local residents and businesses. We are not aligned with any political parties or religions and we highly value openness to all ideas and to non-discrimination.
Cabbagetown South is a membership-driven residents' association whose objectives are: To promote measures which enhance the beauty, safety, and environmental and economic viability of the Cabbagetown South area. To promote the general quality of residential and economic life in and around the Cabbagetown South area. To promote a sense of community within the Cabbagetown South area that respects the diversity of people in the Cabbagetown South area. To undertake or support projects requiring or benefiting from community support which are intended to advance the above objectives. To oppose measures which diminish the above.
Back in 2010, a few local residents took action to oppose an irresponsible building development that threatened the heart of our beloved Church Wellesley Village in downtown Toronto. In rallying together, the community felt the power of our collective voice for the first time. Out of that successful action was born the CWNA, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of everyone who lives, works and plays at Church and Wellesley.
The SLNA is an Association of residents in the St Lawrence area of the City of Toronto and is incorporated as a non-profit Corporation; the SLNA has served the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and its 30,000 - 35,000 residents since 1982. The SLNA is an advocate for responsible development and promotes public and pedestrian safety, organises events and celebrations, and champions our neighbourhood's interests with all levels of government.
Our Constituency Office can help in expediting a new or replacement birth certificate needed urgently for reasons such as travel or employment. The office of the Registrar General requires proof of urgency such as plane tickets or hotel reservations. Please call the Constituency Office at 1-800-665-3697.
For more information on the Trillium Drug Program, or to download an application form, please click on the links below.
The Legislative Page program is available to grade 7 and 8 sutdent who have acheived success in both academic and extra-curricular activities. Pages participate in the legislative process, act as messengers in the Legislative Chamber, meet with politicians and officials, learn how laws are made and how the Province of Ontario is governed.
OSAP is a financial aid program designed to provide loans, grants and scholarships to Ontario post-secondary students. For more information visit the official OSAP Website.
If you need a replacement photo health card you can make your request by telephone or in writing as long as you have not changed any information as shown on the card itself, or the card has not expired. For more information contact the ServiceOntario, Infoline at: 1-866-532-3161 (Toll-free in Ontario only) TTY 1-800-387-5559. In Toronto, TTY 416-327-4282 Hours of operation : 8:30am - 5:00pm
You can find an online Power of Attorney kit at the web site for Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General or by clicking on the link below. You can also contact the Constituency Office at 1-800-665-3697 and we’ll glady mail the desired forms.
You can find information on a wide variety of things to see and do in Ontario as well as travel tips, maps and weather information at the Official Website of Ontario Tourism.
The Reservations Desk is open from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m and from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m, Monday to Friday. Call Interparliamentary and Public Relations at (416) 325-7500 and ask for “Bookings”. Collect calls are accepted. Tour requests may also be sent by fax at (416) 325-7489. Please visit the School Tours section of the Ontario Legislature website for more information.
Click on the following links for tips to help you submit a complete and correct general passport application.
Employment Insurance (EI) provides temporary financial assistance to unemployed Canadians who have lost their job through no fault of their own, while they look for work or upgrade their skills. Canadians who are sick, pregnant, or caring for a newborn or adopted child, as well as those who must care for a family member who is seriously ill with a significant risk of death, may also be assisted by Employment Insurance.
The Old Age Security program, provides a modest pension at age 65 if you have lived in Canada for at least 10 years. If you are a low-income senior, you may be eligible for other benefits as early as age 60.
The Social Insurance Number (SIN) is a nine-digit number that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs and benefits.
Find a postal outlet near your home by click on the Post Office search link.
The Canada child tax benefit is a tax-free monthly payment made to eligible families to help them with the cost of raising children under age 18.
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