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Car Theft Alert PDF Print E-mail

Toronto Police 53 Division: Thieves use technology like RELAY - THEFT, using the key fob signal to steal vehicles. Consider a CLUB steering lock or WHEEL Lock to prevent theft.



Municipal Candidates Debate PDF Print E-mail

Municipal Candidates Debate - October 3, 2018 7:00 pm (EDT)

University-Rosedale Riding (WARD 11) - Rosedale United Church, 159 Roxborough Drive

The Ratepayer Associations hosting this event include the following:

1. Governor’s Bridge Ratepayers’ Association (GBRA)2. Moore Park Residents’ Association (MPRA)

3. North Rosedale Ratepayers’ Association (NRRA)

4. South Rosedale Ratepayers’ Association (SRRA)

The event is open to Residents from the host Ratepayer catchment areas as a first priority. Questions can only be asked by Residents of the hosting areas as a first priority. If time permits, after the area residents have asked their questions, the floor will be opened-up to people from outside the hosting areas. The debate hosts reserve the right to turn-away or request an attendee leave the debate if they are not from these Association areas or if an individual(s) disrupt the proceedings.

The election debate participants have been selected and agreed to by the Association Presidents’ above. The candidates participating in this debate will include the following:

1. Marc Cormier

2. Mike Layton

3. Nicki Ward

Lawn Bowling Club Update PDF Print E-mail

The Moore Park Lawn Bowling Club has announced changes to its summer schedule. Click here to read more.

Updates from the Moore Park Annual General Meeting PDF Print E-mail

The annual general meeting included two third-party presentations. Here are the slides:

This presentation is a summary of the Toronto Ravine Revitalization Study, which evaluates the health of our ravines.

This presentation was about an invasive plants species called Japense Knotwood, which is growing threat to our local plant life.

Come Help Cut Down Invasive Knotweed! PDF Print E-mail

We need your help removing a fast-growing patch knotweed on June 16, 2018 at 10am at the Avoca entrance to the Yellow Creek Ravine.

Background: Japanese knotweed is an invasive plant that looks a bit like bamboo only it is not so passive.
Its roots can break through asphalt and concrete, it competes with other vegetation to kill it off and degrade wildlife habitats and it spreads easily and must be disposed of carefully.

City Staff will be showing community volunteers how to remove knotweed.  For more details click here.


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