Useful links for our neighbourhood
1. Federal, Provincial and Municipal representatives.
||City of Toronto
||Province of Ontario
||Government of Canada
Councillor & Deputy Mayor
Glen Murray, M.P.P.
Toronto Centre & Minister of the Environment and Climate Change
Since the October 2015 Federal election the St Lawrence area has been split between the Spadina-Fort York and Toronto Centre constituencies.
Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Suite A7
Phone: (416) 392-7916
Fax: (416) 392-7296
120 Carleton Unit #318
Cell: (647) 449-5853
Phone: (416) 972-7683
Fax: (416) 972-7686
The Honourable Bill Morneau
430 Parliament Street
Phone: 416 972 9749.
Spadina- Fort York
215 Spadina Avenue,
SAME AS ABOVE
Room 330, Main Legislative Building, Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A4
Mail may be sent postage-free to any Member of Parliament
House of Commons
|What are they responsible for?
Parks & Recreation
Streets & Sidewalks
Toronto Transit Commission
|Driver & Vehicle Registration
Justice (with Federal)
Mines & Minerals
Workplace Safety & Compensation
Citizenship & Immigration
Environment (with Ontario)
Justice (with Ontario)
2. Police and Emergency Services
The police need the help of residents to keep our neighbourhood safe. Here are the telephone numbers to call if you see anything happening that causes concern. Our neighbourhood is located within the 51 Division of Toronto Police which has a website with good information at: http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/d51/
51 Division is located at the corner of Parliament and Front Streets. (The street address is: 51 Parliament St., Toronto, ON , M5A 2Y5)
The RCMP has set up a website with good information with tips on being safe on the Internet:http://www.internet101.ca
For Emergencies ONLY 911
(Use this number for Police, Fire and Medical Emergencies.)
For non-emergency police issues: (416) 808-2222
This is the Police general number, use this to report all other crime. If you want a police officer to attend a crime or occurrence, you will be asked for your name. You should ask for the "event number" to ensure that your complaint is recorded properly. You may also use this number to contact an individual police officer or police division for follow-up.
This is the number to call if you wish to register an anonymous report. You should provide as much detail as possible, but you need not give your name.
Community-Police Liaison Committee:
Contact our Community-Police Liaison Committee representatives, to report a non-emergency matter for follow up with police. Contact them through our email. firstname.lastname@example.org See also more information and various report forms at: http://www.slna.ca/slna-cplc.html
3. Reporting other problems.
It is sometimes difficult to know which City Department is responsible for dealing with a problem. Contact TORONTO-311 to report problems with or questions about any City service - Dial 311 or email them 24/7.
"311 is the largest, most exciting customer service improvement undertaken by the City of Toronto since amalgamation. 311 improves accessibility to non-emergency City services and information, and will increase the City's effectiveness in responding to public inquiries.
Not sure how to report a pothole? Need to request pick-up of an old appliance? Looking for a program at your local community centre? Simply call 311. Our customer service representatives are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
More than just a phone number, 311 Toronto provides access to a wide range of online services, and in the coming months will expand with online service requests and online tracking. See this page for further details."
Municipal Licensing & Standards (Toronto & East York District)
Tel: 416-338-0711 or email.
Toronto Hydro - to report Hydro problems - including online reporting of broken street-lights. (Or phone 416-542-3195, they are staffed 24/7)
T.T.C - use the feedback form on the TTC website.
Damaged new garbage cans or transit shelters. email@example.com
4. Links to community organizations in and around our neighbourhood
Searchable map of Toronto's neighbourhood associations
ARCH Disability Law Centre
Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Association
Bay-Cloverhill Community Association
Cabbagetown South Residents' Association
Canadian Opera Company
Canadian Stage Company
Church-Wellesley Neighbourhood Association
Community Folk Art Council of Toronto
Corktown Residents' and Business Association
Don Vale Cabbagetown Residents Association
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation
Friends of Berczy Park
Friends of St James Park
Gooderham & Worts Neighbourhood Association
New Visions Toronto
NO Jets TO
Old Cabbagetown BIA
Old Town Toronto
Older Women's Network
Open Streets TO
Park People: Toronto Alliance for better parks
St Lawrence Centre for the Arts
St Lawrence Market
St Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA
Toronto Environmental Alliance
Toronto Harbourfront Community Association
Toronto Neighbourhood Guide
Toronto Public Space Committeee now The Toronto Public Space Initiative
Toronto Sculpture Garden
Town of York Historical Society TORONTO'S FIRST POST OFFICE poster is HERE
York Quay Neighbourhood Association
Young Centre for the Performing Arts
Young People's Theatre
If you have a suggestion about a link to a non-profit or community organization please contact the webmaster.
Last revised: February 2016, Webmaster.