Serious auto accidents caused the following road closures which are listed here in chronological order of reporting by the City of Toronto:
You are invited to the following free event in Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
BANFF Meet Up: Toronto
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
6 – 9 pm
Door prize at the Meet Up is a
free registration to BANFF 2011.
“BANFF Meet Up: Toronto will bring together leaders from across the television and digital media industries, including producers, broadcasters, online publishers, technologists, and advertisers, as well as representatives from government, media, and funders.
Please be advised that this Sunday, May 1, there will be numerous road closures due to two special Sunday events as well as road repairs.
Toronto recommends that you take public transit as a greener, faster and more affordable way of getting to your destinations.
However, if you need to drive in the general vicinity of special events, allow extra time to get to and from your destination.
The details of the the road closures are as follows:
As Toronto residents, your community input is very important for the development of a five-year Recreation Service Plan by the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division.
Your comments and input will help the City of Toronto to obtain up-to-date info for the development of the Service Plan in order to ensure that the City’s recreation programs and services remain relevant and congruent to the diverse and changing needs of residents and communities over a five-year period.
Another high tech company to create new jobs is Christie Digital Systems Canada Inc, a Kitchener-based visual technologies company.
A minimum of 50 new jobs will be created to ensure a total workforce of more than 570 people in the Waterloo Region as Ontario is providing a $20.8 million grant to support Christie’s $138 million investment in developing advanced laser technologies and modernizing its manufacturing facility.
Porter Airlines in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is growing to provide Ontarians and tourists: