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City of Toronto.
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Family Service Toronto (FSA) >

FSA helps people face a wide variety of life challenges through counselling, community development, advocacy and public education programs. Services are available to everyone who lives or works in Toronto.City of Toronto. Access by phone or internet to all of City services.

Social Planning Toronto (SPT) >

SPT supports research and community engagement at the local and city-wide levels in order to improve the quality of life for all people in Toronto.

Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (TC LHIN) >

TC-LHIN works with the Ontario government, local health service providers,community agencies, residents and others to ensure a well-co-ordinated system of health services.

Greater Toronto Civic Action Alliance >

Greater Toronto Civic Action Alliance is a multisector alliance working to meet Toronto region's challenges, leading a number of initiatives.

Toronto Parks & Recreation >

City of Toronto
Free and low-cost programs available to Toronto residents.

Toronto Public Health (TPH) >

City of Toronto
TPH works in many ways to improve the overall health of the population and to overcome health inequalities.

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) >

The TTC is responsible for local passenger transportation (buses and streetcars) within the urban area of Toronto.

5 day weather forecast >

Environment Canada
Canadian Weather

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Toronto East

East End Network (EEN) >

The EEN is a group of organizations and agencies located in Toronto’s East End that meets monthly to share information and ideas.

East End Community Health Centre (CHC) >

The East End CHC provides medical services and works to improve the health of east-end Toronto.

South RIverdale Community Health Centre (CHC) >

The South Riverdale CHC provides good quality primary care, and engages in clinical, social, economic, political, cultural, and educational initiatives that promote good health.

Ralph Thornton Community Centre >

Ralph Thornton Centre is a multi-purpose community facility to support the Riverdale community.

Applegrove Community Complex >

Applegrove is a multi-service community organization in southeast Riverdale in Toronto, offering a parent-child drop-in, youth and seniors' programming.

Toronto East Local Immigration Partnership >

Through its Local Immigration Partnership, WoodGreen is working with local community agencies, schools, health centres and grassroots groups to ensure newcomers find the services they need in our community.

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Political Representatives

City Councillor >

City of Toronto
Toronto City Council consists of the Mayor and 44 City Councillors, one representing each of the city's wards. The council is the main governing and legislative body for the city.

Members of Provincial Parliament (Provincial) >

Province of Ontario
As a representative of his or her riding, an MPP meets with constituents, deals with the provincial government to solve problems, helps constituents find services that are available to assist them in different ways, and attends and supports community events. An MPP has one or more locally-staffed offices to help constituents

Members of Parliament (Federal) >

Government of Canada
The House of Commons is the popularly elected component of Parliament, consisting of 308 members.

Toronto District School Board >

Public School Board
Twenty-two trustees represent wards across the city and are responsible for almost 600 public schools in Toronto.

Toronto Catholic District School Board >

Catholic School Board
Twelve trustees represent wards across the city and are responsible for Catholic public schools in Toronto.

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Demographics & Research

Neighbourhood Profiles >

City of Toronto
Statistics Canada data on Toronto's 140 neighbourhoods.

Social Planning Toronto >

Social Planning Toronto  does independent social planning at the local and city-wide levels in order to improve the quality of life for all people in Toronto.

Canadian Social Research Links >

Weblinks for the social research community.

Centre for Urban Health Solutions (C-UHS) >

The Centre seeks to improve health in cities, especially for those experiencing marginalization, and to reduce barriers to accessing factors essential to health, such as appropriate health care and quality housing.

Cities Centre >

University of Toronto
The Cities Centre is a multi-disciplinary university-based research institute which looks at urban areas.

Greater Toronto Urban Observatory (GTUO) >

University of Toronto
Established to monitor global urban conditions and trends, GTUO is part of network of urban observatories under the umbrella of United Nations Habitat Global Urban Observatory.

Census Tract Profiles >

Statistics Canada
Census tract data from the 2006 census, searchable by postal code.

Ontario Community Health Profiles >

Ontario Community Health Profiles
This website is sponsored by The Ontario Community Health Profiles Partnership (OCHPP) to make detailed, area-level health data available to everyone. Our goal is to support action to reduce health inequities in Ontario.

AboutKidsHealth >

Trusted answers from the Hospital for Sick Children

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