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The Community Bulletin Board is available to members of the community to inform their neighbours of upcoming events and information they would like to impart. If you would like to post something on the Board, give me a call or email me.

Roncesvalles – a brief history

The rental section is a free service provided to neighbourhood homeowners and tenants.



The Canadian Civil Liberties Association is a national organization that was constituted to promote respect for and observance of fundamental human rights and civil liberties, and to defend, extend, and foster recognition of these rights and liberties.

The fight against abuse of state authority has not always won popularity contests for CCLA, but the Association has been a leader in protecting our fundamental freedoms, and has earned widespread respect for its principled stands on such issues as censorship, capital punishment, and police powers.

The Association is sustained by several thousand paid supporters drawn from all walks of life.

Clean Train Coalition - A Community Response to Metrolinx's Plans

Make sure Metrolinx hears from you as part of the EA Process! The Clean Train Coalition encourages you to share your concerns with Metrolinx as part of the Environmental Assessment public engagement process. The only way to influence the current proposal is to speak up and be heard. Visit for full details and instructions.

Junction Triangle

The Junction Triangle is a neighbourhood located in West Toronto, Ontario, Canada, roughly in the area of Bloor St., Dupont St., Lansdowne Ave, and Dundas St. West. The "triangle" shape of the neighbourhood is formed by the three sets of railroad tracks on the north, west, and east sides. Visit for more details on the neighbourhood.

The core of our programming is our residential fruit-picking program, where we pick fruit from trees that would otherwise go to waste. We help fruit tree owners make use of the abundance of fruit that their trees offer by dispatching teams of volunteers to harvest it for them. One third goes to the fruit tree owners, another third goes to the volunteers for their labour, and the final third is distributed (by bicycle or cart) to community organizations in the neighbourhood who can make good use of the fresh fruit.

Greenest City Greenest City is an award-winning charitable organization that grows local organic food, youth leaders and healthy, sustainable communities with a focus on Toronto’s Parkdale-High Park neighbourhood.

The Children's Art Ensemble Project: An art Club for Children in High Park, in association with Colborne Lodge.

"Children will create drawings and paintings amidst the grassy landscapes, ponds, lake fronts and gardens of Colborne Lodge and High Park once a week over an 7-week nature and art adventure."

Colborne Lodge

Colborne Lodge’s extensive ornamental and kitchen gardens are now being restored. Tour the Lodge or come and enjoy the Harvest Festival, Christmas celebrations or celebrate Doors Open Toronto with the museum’s friendly and knowledgeable staff.

Community AIR is focused on stopping the Island Airport expansion and restoring the 200 acres of polluted land to public recreation space, beach and natural areas.

For up-to-date media coverage of the Island Airport issue, click here.

Old world charm meets a fresh new attitude in Roncesvalles Village. From traditional Polish delis to hip fashion stores, Roncesvalles has something for everyone. Want to catch a movie, buy dinner, get a latte, see a band, buy a book, get a new pair of glasses or get everything you need for a dinner party? You can get it all on Roncesvalles. The Roncesvalles Village BIA represents the rich diversity of businesses and services on Roncesvalles Avenue. We thank you for supporting our businesses and keeping the main street of Roncesvalles Village alive. Learn more at


News and information for the Wabash Community Recreation Centre proposed for Parkdale.


Introduce your toddler to the wonderful world of music!. An early childhood music program now has a new home on 421 Roncesvalles Ave. 2nd floor (at Howard Park, above Rogers Video).


The High Park Choirs of Toronto endeavours to train young voices and develop a love of choral music among choir members. The Choir offers young people a sense of personal accomplishment through choral singing. As a choral community, the Choir promotes teamwork and a commitment to social and cultural diversity.

Why Own a Car When You Can Rent by the Hour? AutoShare members get 24 hour self-serve access to a clean, modern car without the hassles, costs and headaches of ownership.  AutoShare has over 70 vehicles in 50 locations across Toronto.

Parkdale Project Read is a non-profit, community literacy program that operates an adult learning centre in the Parkdale community...we help people realize their learning goals by providing free literacy services in a supportive community. We work with English-speaking adults who want to learn to read, write, or use basic math or computer skills.

"Music Together with Christy" is a music and movement classes for children being taught this fall at Emmanuel Howard Park United Church (Wright Avenue & Roncesvalles Avenue). It is part of an internationally-renowned program called Music Together. is a directory of shops, services and entertainment resources focusing on unique and overlooked small businesses in downtown Toronto.


This site provides practical information on tenants' rights and rental housing issues.

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"Established in 1973 and active ever since, the Roncesvalles-Macdonell Residents' Association (RMRA) is made up of local residents committed to making our neighbourhoods a better community to live, work, and play in."

Rediscover the Lost Rivers beneath our feet A new way to find out about hidden nature in your backyard!

LEAF is a non-profit group dedicated to the protection and improvement of Toronto's urban forest. Present activities focus on a residential tree planting program within the new city of Toronto (Scarborough, North York, York, Etobicoke, East York and Toronto).

The High Park Citizens' Advisory CommitteeThe High Park Citizens' Advisory Committee is a volunteer group that provides public input on park policies, goals and objectives, and promotes public awareness and responsible stewardship of the Park.

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Gay West Arts and Culture Centre is the hub of community life in Gay Toronto's über-cool Queer West Village. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, two-spirit and queer (LGBTTQ) communities and our allies and friends have always found a welcoming place at

A good place to start to discover Parkdale. The site has a good gallery of photos of the neighbourhood, past and present.
Check it out.

Disconnecting your downspout
can prevent basement flooding and help
reduce sewage pollution in Lake Ontario.

You can make a difference ! Help the city improve water quality.

Toronto's Water Effeciency Plan - Open House

L'École élémentaire Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau est une école publique de langue française et une garderie dans le quartier de High Park/Parkdale située au 65 Rue Grace. Pour plus de renseignement, cliquez ici

Established in 1982, the West Toronto Skating Club, a non-profit organization, has served the West Toronto area with the very best in recreational children and adult learn to skate, and competative figure skating programs. We are a Skate Canada sanctioned club and our coaches are NCCP qualifed with many years of dedicated service.

The Friends of the West Toronto Railpath is a community-based working group with the goal of assisting the City of Toronto finance, design and build a 6.5 kilometre path from Toronto’s Junction Neighbourhood into the heart of downtown Toronto and the shoreline of Lake Ontario.

The Toronto Cycling Map is the first comprehensive cycling map produced by the amalgamated City of Toronto. This map has been developed to help you plan your recreational and commuter trips.

The Bloor Street Gallery Project
Earlier in 2002, City of Toronto planning and development officials approached a west Toronto community with two Bloor Street underpasses in hand and an invitation for community members to beautify the underpass concrete walls.



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