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Please take the time to fill out this survey on what is important to you for the new community centre.

The City of Toronto will soon hire architects to work on the final design for the Wabash Community Centre at Sorauren Park. This is exciting news, and the Friends of Sorauren Park is asking for your input on what you’d like to see at our new community centre.

Please take a moment to complete our survey.

This survey has been created by the Friends of Sorauren Park, a non-profit volunteer group dedicated to the completion and enjoyment of Sorauren Park.

The intention is to collect community input that can help inform the design process and construction of the new community centre planned for Wabash Avenue adjacent to the park.


Thanks to all who made it down to pumpkin patch on the Sorauren Park Town Square.  We raised $3,200 towards the renovations of the CG Williams Children’s Park on Wabash.  Left over pumpkins were donated to: Fern Ave Public School; Parkdale Public School; Holy Family Catholic School; Queen Victoria Public School; and Mary Mother of God Catholic School.


Please join me and my fellow friends of Sorauren Park on Saturday October 19th 9-12 at the Sorauren Park Town Square to get your pumpkin.  Bring the kids to the pumpkin patch for a morning of fun, face painting, hot apple cider and neighbourhood good cheer, and of course a wide selection of pumpkins for sale.  100% of proceeds go to to park improvements, there is no cost recovery as I donate all the pumpkins to the sale.

Come early as in previous years we have sold out.  over $30,000.00 raised so far thru the generous donations of the community.

Looking forward to seeing you all!


Martin Goodman Trail Improvement Project near the Royal Canadian Legion – Project Update: September 6th 2019

Good News! The city’s contractor has very recently confirmed that they will mobilize on Monday September 9th to begin the Martin Goodman Trail Improvements near the Royal Canadian Legion.

Signage to notify trail users of the upcoming works has also been installed along the trail and parks staff are currently coordinating with Cycling Infrastructure to send the message out via their social media networks in advance of the construction start.   The contractor is required to maintain access around the work zone throughout construction.

During Stage 2: Alternate access to the Legion Parking lot will be provided via Net drive.  The Net drive Parking lot will remain open as long as possible.  Work is being completed during off peak season in an effort to minimize these impacts.

For  questions or concerns please email  councillor_perks@toronto.ca or by calling  416-392-7919.


Ward 4 Permit Parking 2nd Community Consultation
September 24th 7pm-8:30pm
St. Pius X Catholic School
71 Jane Street

* In May 2017 Toronto and East York Community Council (TEYCC) requested the Director of Transportation Services provide information on the potential for policy changes to allow for the expansion of the Residential On-street Permit Parking Program to all local streets. Community consultation on this potential change took place in Toronto and East York in April and May 2018.

* In December 2018, with ward boundary changes to all wards in the City of Toronto, Ward 4 welcomed a new area – the former Ward 13 – which was not included in the community consultation. With that in mind, I held a community consultation meeting on June 17, 2019 and opened an online survey to discuss the expansion of on-street permit parking in Ward 4.

* The item came to the June 25, 2019 TEYCC meeting and as discussed at the community consultation, I referred the item to staff with instructions to review and report back on proposed area boundaries for permit parking in Ward 4. This report will be coming back to the October 2019 TEYCC meeting. The upcoming community meeting will be to review the area boundaries proposed by permit parking staff.

Did you know?
*       City of Toronto streets have a 3 hour parking limit (day and night) unless signed otherwise.
*       On-street parking permits are issued to residents within the City of Toronto by home address.
*       Residents with a valid parking permit can park overnight without risk of ticketing
*       Your visitors (friends, family, contractors etc.) can apply for temporary on-street permit parking.

If you are unable to attend the meeting please email councillor_perks@toronto.ca and his office will be sure to provide you with an electronic copy of the map.

Environment Day – CHANGE OF VENUE

The City’s annual Community Environment Day is back! It will be held on Saturday, April 27th, 2019, from 10am – 2pm at Sir Casmir Gzowski Park (1751 Lake Shore Blvd. W.)

You can drop off unwanted items for donation, recycling and safe disposal. Free bags of leaf compost will also be available for pick up. For more information on the event see the attached posted or visit toronto.ca/environment_days

Councillor Perks will also be hosting three community compost days in Ward 4, where free leaf compost will be available for pick. The compost will be available from 10:00am, while supplies last. Please bring your own shovel and containers.

Here are the details for the compost days:
– April 20th, 2019 at Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre, 220 Cowan Avenue
– April 27th, 2019 at Runnymede Public School, 357 Runnymede Road
– May 25th, 2019 at Indian Rd Public School, 285 Indian Rd Crescent

Parkdale Public Library News

Parkdale Library has been a valued part of our community for over 50 years; well loved, well used. Now it’s time to refresh and renew.

Parkdale Library will be closing for approximately 3 months to redesign and revitalize the main floor. This includes enhancements to the Musical Instrument Lending Library, added flexibility to deliver programs, new carpeting and more public seating.

Join Toronto Public Library for a Community Open House to meet library staff, who will answer questions and listen to your feedback

Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019
Drop in time: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Parkdale Library
Address: 1303 Queen Street West
Phone Number: 416-393-7686

TTC  track work Queen and Roncesvalles – note from Councillor Perks

The TTC will be reconstructing the intersection at King / Queen / Roncesvalles / Queensway (KQRQ) in 2019. The construction will take place in three phases as outlined below. This is a joint project by the TTC, Toronto’s Transportation Services and Water Division.

Overall Scope of work – Starting in April 2019
* As part of the state of good repair work, the aging sewer and track around the intersection needs to be replaced

* Relocating the eastbound centre platform streetcar stop to the far side of the intersection
* Realigning the King Street West leg to create a better intersection angle and increase green space
* Modifying / constructing street car platforms at Glendale Avenue
* Continue the bump-out treatment on Roncesvalles at this intersection

As part of the Sunnyside Community Association area traffic study that was completed in 2008, the city will also be:
* Modifying the signal at Glendale Avenue and Queensway
* Adding dedicated eastbound – left – turn lanes at Sunnyside Avenue, Glendale Avenue, and The Queensway
* Signalizing intersection at Sunnyside and The Queensway
* Modifying the streetcar track vertical alignment (slope at Claude Avenue that will visually and physically enhance the existing right-in / right-out at Claude Avenue)

Time Line
This work will take place in three main stages.
* Stage 1: Roncesvalles (from Harvard to The Queensway / Queen Street West)
o March 31st, 2019 to August 4, 2019
* Stage 2: Queen Street West and The Queensway (Sunnyside to Triller)
o August 4, 2019 to Winter 2020
* Stage 3: The Queensway (Parkside to Sunnyside)
o April 2019 to October 2019

Road Closures
* Roncesvalles will be closed to Thru-Traffic March 31 to August 4 2019
o Grafton Ave Closed (Traffic must circulate using Laneway to Harvard Avenue
o Access to Queen Street Laneway Closed
o 1 Lane to remain open on Harvard Avenue at all times
o Bump-out retrofit to coincided during this time
* South Side of the Queensway (Parkside Bridge to Sunnyside) April 10 to August 4 2019
o Access to Toronto Pump Station required at all times
o Southside Parkside Bridge to coincide during this stage
o Cross Over required at Colborne Lodge
* Full King – Queen – The Queensway – Roncesvalles intersection closure August 4 to October 7 2019
o Queensway to be local access only to Glendale
o Intersection opens October 8 (All legs of the intersection open, reduced lanes East and West)

More details on each phase of construction will be provided as we approach the specific dates. There will also be a link for this project on my and the City’s website. As with all construction related projects timelines may be slightly altered.

This project will improve public transportation and realm, pedestrian environment, and traffic circulation in this area.

If you have any questions about this project, please do not hesitate to contact my office.


Councillor Gord Perks’ Office
Ward 4 Parkdale – High Park

100 Queen Street West, Suite A14
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
(t) 416-392-7919
(f) 416-392-0398
twitter: @gordperks
Facebook: @GordPerks

*Have your say Jan. 31 on the Community Centre*

The Friends of Sorauren Park are holding a consultation January 31, 2019 on the plans for the Wabash Community Centre.
*Sign up to attend
https://wabashbuildingsociety.wordpress.com/have-your-say/  … your
responses will help us greatly to plan the event. *If you signed up
earlier, no need to do it again… we?ll be in touch.

The all-volunteer, non-profit Friends of Sorauren Park, incorporated as the
Wabash Building Society, has advocated for the enjoyment and completion ofSorauren Park since 2006. Among our accomplishments: Fieldhouse (2008), Town Square (2014), Bake Oven (2017) and festivals, outdoor movies and the natural ice rink, among other free programs.

The Friends is undertaking a community-driven public consultation process
to parallel efforts of the City of Toronto. The community effort will be
meaningful, organized, transparent and respectful. The results will be
presented to the broader community and the City.

The first public consultation will take place Thursday, January 31, 7 – 9
pm at the Sorauren Park Fieldhouse. Follow-up consultations will include
surveys, and other public outreach.

The consultation is broken into areas of interest. See the full list,
descriptions, and positions endorsed by the Board of Directors of Friends
of Sorauren Park.

41 Wabash Avenue Rezoning Application

Re-Zoning application has been filed for 41 Wabash Avenue.

The information filed with the city will be available on-line at https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/planning-development/application-information-centre/, input the address and click on Supporting Documentation.

This developer met with the community in January 2018. They have now submitted an application that proposes to retain the existing 3-storey building on the subject site and add 4-storey residential townhouses to the rear. The existing building will be converted to residential uses. In total, the proposal includes 16 new residential units.

City Planning staff are reviewing the application.

City Planning will hold a statutory community meeting which will include an opportunity for community input early in the new year. City Planning staff and Councillor Perks Office will provide details on this meeting once information is available.

A preliminary report on the zoning by-law amendment application will be submitted to Community Council in the near future.

11th Annual Pumpkin Sale and 1st Ever Haunted House – benefiting Sorauren Park

Saturday October 20th 9 am- noon
All proceeds from the sale (there is no cost recovery as Chander donates the pumpkins etc) will be donated to the Friends of Sorauren Park and their fundraising towards the renovation of the CG Williams Children’s Parquette (south side of Wabash Avenue).  This year for the first time ever there will be having a haunted house, courtesy of Scooter Girl.  Over the past 10 years through the generosity of local residents we have raised in excess of $25,000.00 for park improvements.  Please come out on the 20th to get your pumpkin and support Sorauren Park.  Event will be held rain or shine!

SORAUREN PARK MOVIE NIGHT – Last movie of the season

Saturday, September 22: MOANA (G, 2016)
Special fundraiser for Charles G. Williams Playground renovation (“Sorauren playground”)
Movie starts: 7:30 p.m. Pizza Dinner: 6:00 p.m.

** Greenest City Meeting.

** Greenest City wants Parkdale/Roncesvalles to become Canada’s Greenest Neighbourhood

Having an energy efficient home is not only better for the environment, but it can save you thousands of dollars in heating costs.
The city of Toronto has incentives (https://greenestcity.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=25b51c0adb5a6bb746a8af509&id=d41d73229a&e=fc94dfee16) you can use to improve the efficiency of your home.

Join Greenest City to learn more.

We’re having TWO workshops in the next month:

Monday, August 20
High Park Library
6:30 pm to 8 pm

Wednesday, September 19
201 Cowan Ave (https://maps.google.com/?q=201+Cowan+Ave&entry=gmail&source=g)
Basement of Epiphany and St Marks
6:30 to 8 pm

Wabash Community Centre | Public Consultation Tuesday, July 10, 2018

The City of Toronto is building a new Community Centre on Wabash Avenue, located just east of the fieldhouse in Sorauren Park on the site of the old Linseed Factory.

This is very exciting.

Please join local residents for a meeting with community members and City of Toronto Parks staff to discuss the Wabash Community Centre.

Community input is essential when deciding how best to improve public spaces and this meeting will serve as a great opportunity to hear from you.

This will be the first of many community consultations.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Bishop Marrocco / Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School
1515 Bloor Street West, Staff Room, Rm. 331


“TTC Service Planning staff will be out at subway stations in the Junction area, this week and next week, to share with the public our transit network plan for the neighbourhood.

This plan addresses prevalent concerns from the community that we have heard in the past. They include:

*       Continuous service on Dundas West from Dundas West Station to Kipling Station
*       Continuous service on St. Clair West from Gunn’s Loop to Scarlett Road
*       All day everyday service on Parkside Drive, by extending 80 Queensway to Keele Station during all service periods.”

This week’s consultation schedule for your information:

Tue, May 15 (Today)
15:00-19:00 |   Dundas West Wed, May 16
7:00-11:00               | Runnymede
11:00-15:00              | Gunn’s Loop

Thu, May 17
7:00-11:00 | Dundas West
11:00-15:00 | Gunn’s Loop
15:00-19:00 | Runnymede

Fri, May 18
7:00-11:00 | Runnymede
11:00-15:00 | Gunn’s Loop

More information is available on our website at http://www.ttc.ca/TTC_Surveys/Junction_Area_Survey.jsp


Dear Parkdale-High Park residents,
Join me and special guest Bill Blair, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministers of Justice and Health, for a discussion on the legalization of cannabis in Canada next Thursday, May 17! Please see the event details below:
* Location: Runnymede United Church (https://www.google.ca/maps/dir/”/runnymede+united+church/data=!4m5!4m4!1m0!1m2!1m1!1s0x882b368520e1561d:0x55bded5e390178a0?sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjQw8matfvaAhWC_YMKHZ41BIQQ9RcIngEwDg) , 432 Runnymede Road, Toronto, ON M6S 2Y8
* Date: Thursday, May 17, 2017
* Time: 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Please register here (https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/town-hall-on-cannabis-legalization-with-special-guest-bill-blair-mp-tickets-45916241715) , as space is limited.

Yours truly,

Arif Virani, MP
Parkdale-High Park
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Heritage (Multiculturalism)


Saturday, April 28th, 2018, from 10am – 2pm, come out to Sorauren Park along Wabash Ave, south of Dundas Street West to celebrate our annual Environment Day.

At 10am, compost will be available to pick up, free of charge and while supplies last, at 2 locations – Sorauren Park and 285 Indian Rd. Crescent.

Please see attached flyers for more details.

For further information on this or any other Ward 14 or city-related matter, contact the councllor at councillor_perks@toronto.ca .


The developers for 2280 Dundas Street West – Loblaw site will be holding two community events in the month of April.

1. Pre-Application Meeting for 2280 Dundas Street West – Loblaw site.

Choice Properties will be holding a pre-application meeting for 2280 Dundas St. West- Loblaw site.

This will be an opportunity to review details of proposed plans for the site. A Question and Answer session will follow.

Councillor Perks and City Planning staff will be in attendance.

Date:     Wednesday, April 18th, 2018
Time:    7 – 9 PM
Place:    Auditorium, Bishop Morrocco/Thomas Merton Secondary School , 1515 Bloor St West.

If you are unable to attend the meeting and are interested in providing comment and/or receiving more detailed information, please email Councillor Perks office at councillor_perks@toronto.ca .

2. Community Drop-In

Choice Properties will be hosting a Community Drop-In Session to review the proposed plans for the site in an informal setting.

Councillor Perks and City Planning staff will be in attendance.

Date:     Saturday, April 21st, 2018
Time:    11:30 AM- 2:30 PM
Place:    Community Idea Centre, 2280 Dundas St West

If you are unable to attend the Drop-in and are interested in providing comment and/or receiving more detailed information, please email nbeuglet@brookpooni.com .


RRR is raising money to sponsor a third family.  To do so we are holding another wonderful community event.  The theme of the evening is Food Binds; in most cultures coming together involves food.  We will be having an oyster bar provided by De La Mer, tasty appetizers made by The Cookery, olive oil and balsamic vinegar tastings from My Olive and more.  There will also be homemade middle eastern delicacies made by three Syrian women who will be in attendance.

Tickets are $80.00 and include food, music, silent auction and a drink.

To purchase tickets, please visit our website at https://www.roncyrefugeerelief.org/rrr-great-food-event.html <https://www.roncyrefugeerelief.org/rrr-great-food-event.html>

Thursday, April 12, 2018
Gallery 345
345 Sorauren Ave
Toronto, Ontario
M6R 2G5

Re: 421 Roncesvalles Avenue:
Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) Pre-Hearing Update and
Demolition of a Designated Heritage Property- Toronto Preservation Board Notification

Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) Pre-Hearing Update
As the applicant has now submitted an applied to demolish the heritage building at 421 Roncesvalles Avenue, the City has requested a new prehearing date to allow for time to review the request to demolition and provide comment.

The next prehearing is scheduled for October 10th. My office will provide a reminder closer to the date.

If you have questions or concerns about the OMB prehearing, please contact Kimberly Livingstone, OMB Case Coordinator, (416) 326-6773, Kimberly.Livingstone@ontario.ca or Joanna Kimont, City of Toronto Planner, 416-392- 0481, joanna.kimont@toronto.ca.

Demolition of a Designated Heritage Property-Toronto Preservation Board Meeting
The Toronto Preservation Board will consider the request to demolish the heritage property at 421 Roncesvalles Ave at its meeting scheduled for Thursday March 22, 2018 at Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Committee Room #3, 2nd Floor at 9:30 AM.

The City Planning Staff Report recommends refusal of the application to demolish the heritage structure on the property at 421 Roncesvalles Avenue.

Link to Agenda: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/decisionBodyProfile.do?function=doPrepare&decisionBodyId=1029#Meeting-2017.PB32

You may recall that the Toronto Heritage Preservation Board have previously approved City Planning’s Staff Report to refuse the request to alter the heritage property at 421 Roncesvalles Avenue.

Toronto Preservation Board meetings are open to the public, and you or your representatives are welcome to speak or write in to this body.

Comments can be submitted on-line through the “Submit Comments” button at the top of the page of the Agenda Item.
You can also appear before the Toronto Preservation Board and share your comments with board members directly, register through the “Request to Speak” button at the top of the page of the Agenda Item.  This online button will be removed by 4:30 p.m. the day before the meeting.

Alternatively, you can register to speak by contacting the City Clerk’s staff with your name, address, phone number and the item on which you would like to depute or make a presentation. Contact City Clerks at:  416-392-7033, 416-397-0111  (fax), teycc@toronto.ca

You must register by 12:00 noon on the day before the meeting; however you can also register in the meeting room before the meeting starts.

Please feel free to contact Councillor Perk’s office if you have any questions or to provide comment.

Councillor Gord Perks  Parkdale/High Park- Ward 14
100 Queen Street West, Suite A14
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
(t) 416-392-7919 (f) 416-392-0398 www.gordperks.ca

421 Roncesvalles Avenue
Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) Pre-Hearing
March 14, 2018

Update on  421 Roncesvalles Avenue development application.

The applicant has applied to construct a 26.1 metres tall (30 metres including mechanical penthouse) seven storey commercial and office building at 421 Roncesvalles Avenue.

The property at 421 Roncesvalles Avenue (including the address at 61 Howard Park Avenue) is on the City of Toronto’s Heritage Register.

Further, City Council have approved City Planning’s Staff Report that refuses the development application stating that the building will alter the two storey designated heritage building in a manner that would not conserve the cultural heritage values, attributes and character of the property.

Although City Planning Staff and the applicant continue to work to find agreement, the applicant has appealed the Zoning Amendment application to the Ontario Municipal Board.

The OMB has now scheduled a one day prehearing conference on
Wednesday, March 14th
10 AM
Ontario Municipal Board,
16th Floor, 655 Bay Street
(2 blocks north of Dundas St. W.)

The purpose of the prehearing is to set a date for the actual hearing of the appeal and to identify anyone who wishes to attend at the hearing, either as a party or as a participant, in opposition to or in support of the application.

If you wish to have your concerns heard by the OMB you should attend the March 14th prehearing conference and obtain permission to speak either as a party or as a participant at the OMB hearing that is to be set for a later date. Information on party/participant status is available at http://elto.gov.on.ca/tribunals/omb/a-case-before-the-board/can-participate-hearing/participant/ .  If you have concerns with this development application, your involvement at this stage of the process is important.

If you have questions or concerns about the OMB prehearing, please contact Kimberly Livingstone, OMB Case Coordinator, (416) 326-6773, Kimberly.Livingstone@ontario.ca or Joanna Kimont, City of Toronto Planner, 416-392- 0481, joanna.kimont@toronto.ca.

Councillor Perks can be available to meet at 9:30 AM outside of the prehearing conference room on March 14th to review the process of the OMB prehearing. Please contact my office if you will be attending the prehearing.


Loblaws Redevelopment (Dundas/Bloor)

Choice Properties REIT, the owner of the Loblaw site at 2280 Dundas St West, the south-east corner of Dundas Street West and Bloor Street West, is looking to submit an application to redevelop the site with a mixed-use development including residential, commercial, employment and community uses, a City park, new streets and potential relocation of the high school.

In order to understand what the community envisions for this site before the application is formally submitted, City Planning staff, together with my office, hosted round table discussions which focussed on key themes such as Built Form and Use, Public Realm and Sustainability.

The December 11 & 12, 2017 Planning staff presentation can be found here: https://goo.gl/oLhKfQ .

Attached is the brainstorming questions booklet. Answers to brainstorming questions can be sent to Joanna_Kimont@toronto.ca by March 9th, 2018.

If you have any questions, please contact Councillor Perk’s  office at 416-392-7919 or councillor_perks@toronto.ca .

Wabash Community Centre Update

Community Centre budget increases by $6 million
City Council votes February 12 on updated Wabash Centre budget

More planning details on the Wabash Community Centre (https://wabashbuildingsociety.wordpress.com/) have been released by the City as part of the 2018 Capital Budget process (https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/budget-finances/city-budget/) .

And a hint that a pool may be included in the planning discussions was released earlier in the City?s new Facilities Master Plan (https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/accountability-operations-customer-service/long-term-vision-plans-and-strategies/parks-forestry-recreation/parks-and-recreation-facilities-master-plan/) .

The Parks, Forestry and Recreation Capital Budget document, which every year must be approved by City Council (the next vote is February 12), recommends a $6 million increase in the project?s overall budget, from $34 million (approved last year) to $40 million, flowing over five years from now till 2022. The extra funding was added ?to account for program requirements and recent costs for construction.?

The budget recommends $413,000 in 2018 spending, primarily on preliminary design work, following a modest $30,000 expenditure in 2017.

In a related development, in November Council passed the Parks, Forestry and Recreation Facilities Master Plan (FMP), a document that analyzes current facilities, identifies gaps and trends, and lays the groundwork for the next 20 years of investment for the growing and changing city.

The FMP recommended that indoor pools be including in planning for 15 new or replacement community centres over the next 20 years. Wabash was on the list.

The new community centre will be located in Sorauren Park at the site of the old linseed oil mill. The non-profit Friends of Sorauren Park (https://soraurenpark.wordpress.com/about/) (incorporated as the Wabash Building Society) plans to hold community consultations in 2018 regarding design and construction plans for the new centre, which has been the subject of discussions for more than 25 years. (https://wabashbuildingsociety.wordpress.com/history/)

Sign up for the Sorauren Park News e-newsletter, (https://soraurenpark.wordpress.com/newsletter/) or follow SoraurenPark on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updates and meeting notices.

The 2018 Capital Budget plan for Council consideration includes a section on the Wabash Community Centre. Visit the Wabash Community Centre website (https://wabashbuildingsociety.wordpress.com/) for the full text.

Pre-application Meeting to Discuss Proposed Plans

The developer of 41 Wabash Avenue, Curated Properties, will be holding a
pre-application meeting to discuss their proposed plans for this site.

General Purpose Room, Fern Avenue School
128 Fern Avenue
Monday, January 29, 2018
7-9 PM

The developer is proposing a 4 storey mixed-use development with townhouse
and office uses. Details will be available at the community meeting.

City Planning staff and I will be in attendance.

If you are unable to attend the meeting and are interested in providing
comment and/or receiving more detailed information, please email my councillor Perk’s office at councillor_perks@toronto.ca.”

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