Ontario Launches Public Appointment on Proposed Changes to Lift Laws

The Ontario government has launched an online public consultation to receive feedback on proposed regulatory changes to provincial elevator laws. The government says it’s now seeking input on proposed regulatory changes under the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000 and that these new rules will help to ensure that elevators…

Beat the Warm at These Toronto Pools With Extended Hours (MAP).

As Toronto remains under a heat warning, the City has extended the operating hours for a number of public pools located throughout Toronto. On Friday, July 3, temperatures are expected to soar into the high thirties, while humidex values will near the low forties, and to help residents beat the…

Muskoka Obtains Greener with New E-Vehicle Charging Stations

If you have an electric vehicle (e-vehicle) or are in the market for one, it’s about to become a lot more convenient – and reassuring – to make the drive from Toronto to Muskoka and beyond. Three shiny new e-vehicle fast-chargers now grace the Sobeys parking lot in Gravenhurst (155…

Toronto’s COVID-19 Heroes Are Commemorated in a Collection of Vivid Murals

Toronto’s appreciation for its local heroes will be displayed loud and proud through a series of eye-catching (and double tap-worthy) wall murals throughout the city. As part of the City of Toronto’s StreetARToronto’s (StART) Frontline Heroes Art Project, Toronto’s talented street, mural, and graffiti artists will create this series of…

Where all of Toronto’s Red Light Cameras are Situated (MAP).

Earlier this year, the City installed 50 new automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras throughout Toronto. But it turns out the city is also home to 145 additional red light cameras to help catch lead-footed drivers. According to the City, a red light camera (RLC) is a camera that captures an…