Partners

Partners 

Mike Layton, City Councilor, Ward 19
416-392-4009
100 Queen Street West, Suite C47
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
Contact form: http://mikelayton.ca/contact
(Call 311 if the garbage is overflowing or something needs city attention.)

David Suzuki Foundation
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/science-matters/2014/12/homegrown-ingenuity-brings-nature-to-the-city/

Park People
www.parkpeople.ca
David Harvey, Executive Director
dharvey@parkpeople.ca
Park People is a new organization dedicated to improving Toronto’s parks.  Across many Toronto neighbourhoods, there is a concern that Parks are not living up to their potential and fully responding to the needs of our communities. Parks are essential to the health and vibrancy of any city, and Toronto is lagging behind cities across North America that are bringing people, government, park staff and private organizations  together to create dynamic parks that become the hub of  neighourhoods.

College Promenade Business Improvement Association
www.collegepromenade.com
College Promenade is an up and coming neighbourhood located on College Street between Shaw Street and Havelock Street, just west of Little Italy. College Promenade was established as a BIA in 2005. The area features over 100 businesses, including a wide assortment of restaurants, hair and beauty services, and other personal and household services.

Trinity Bellwoods Community Association
www.trinitybellwoods.org
info@trinitybellwoods.org

Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park
www.trinitybellwoods.ca
Twitter: @friendsoftribel
Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park is a volunteer group that works together to improve the green space, cultural and recreational activities of Trinity Bellwoods Park. Its volunteer members have founded and operate a weekly summer farmers market, coordinate an Adopt-A-Tree program to water and nurture the new planted saplings in the park, created and operate a greenhouse as an educational and community resource, present bulb and shrub planting events in collaboration with Parks & Recreation and respond to community issues that affect the park. 

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