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the provincial capital and largest city in Ontario (and the largest city in Canada)

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According to the 2010 City of Toronto Cycling Study, (5) the percentage of Torontonians reporting a concern about road safety stands at 18%, a threefold increase from that in 1999.
The systems are part of a programme to install over 8,800 solar modules on city-owned buildings in Toronto that was launched in September and is jointly owned and managed by the City of Toronto and Toronto Hydro.
The Zoo is located at the north-eastern edge of the City of Toronto in the Rouge Valley adjacent to Rouge Park, an urban park with an area of 47 square kilometres encompassing a unique mosaic of river valley, creeks, forests, meadow and rural landscapes.
Mayor Ford has been a focus of continued pettiness by those who cannot accept that each person living in the City of Toronto has a vote, and not just a privileged few.
Ce travail est une etude de cas examinant comment, de 1960 a 1975, le Board of Education for the City of Toronto a connu un changement de paradigme dans l'approche adoptee vis-a-vis des etudiants immigrants, en passant d'un modele visant l'integration a un modele d'emancipation de l'education multiculturelle.
Topographical plan of the City of Toronto, in the Province of Canada, from actual survey by J.
Currently the City of Toronto, which holds a contract to send its waste to a single Michigan landfill, sends fewer than 100 trucks of waste per day to Michigan, down from a peak of 142 trucks per day in 2003.
The company reported this represents its largest parking enforcement system to date, serving the City of Toronto with a population of nearly 2.
Quotations are invited for the non-exclusive supply, delivery, and warranty of Traditional Style Firefighter%s Helmets and Accessories for the City of Toronto%s Purchasing & Materials Management Division for the period of February 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017, with the option to renew the Contract for two (2) additional one (1) year periods, all in accordance with the provisions and specifications contained in this Request for Quotation (RFQ) and the City of Toronto%s Procurement Policies, the attached Appendix "C" - Price Form, and the City of Toronto Fair Wage Policy and Labour Trades Contractual Obligations in the Construction Industry.
Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker states "This is an historic day -- The City of Toronto, instead of having 10,000 birds killed downtown each year, is working toward saving 10,000 birds.
One new CHC and eight new satellite CHCs will be funded for Toronto neighbourhoods, particularly in at-risk communities identified in the City of Toronto and the United Way of Greater Toronto's Strong Neighbourhoods Report.
Paul's in Toronto, the first parish church in the city of Toronto, 1822; St.
The City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has won a 2005 BE Award for its Toronto Water Integrated Network Skeletonization project.
The capital costs of the building are to be provided by the federal and provincial governments, and the City of Toronto.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- As Michigan lawmakers get set to advance a package of bills aimed at preventing Toronto's solid waste from disposal in Michigan landfills, officials representing the City of Toronto today told members of the Senate Committee on Environmental Affairs that waste amounts bound for Michigan would decline beginning this year and would be eliminated by 2010, according to a plan approved by Toronto City Council.