The Toronto Ward Boundary Review (TWBR) Team is seeking input on additional information requested by the City of Toronto Executive Committee.
There are two ways to provide comments:
- Complete a survey (survey closed)
- Attend one of four public meetings happening this September
Public Meeting Details
SEPTEMBER 14, 2016 | 7PM – 9PM
Metro Hall – Room 310*
214 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON
*Please note the change in location for the September 14 meeting. This meeting will take place at Metro Hall, not City Hall as indicated in a previous email.
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016 | 7PM – 9PM
Scarborough Civic Centre – Committee Room 2
150 Borough Dr., Etobicoke, ON
SEPTEMBER 19, 2016 | 10AM – 12NOON
North York Civic Centre – Committee Room 1
5100 Yonge St., North York, ON
SEPTEMBER 21, 2016 | 10AM – 12NOON
Etobicoke Civic Centre – Meeting Room 1
399 The West Mall, Etobicoke, ON
In 2014 Toronto City Council launched the TWBR. From July 2014 to February 2015, the TWBR conducted a civic engagement and public consultation process to collect opinions on Toronto’s current ward alignment. The results informed the development of five options for re-aligning Toronto’s wards. A second round of the TWBR’s civic engagement and public consultation process solicited feedback on these options between August and November 2015. The TWBR Final Report (May 2016), summarized the TWBR process and recommended a new ward structure.
At its meeting on May 24, 2016, the City of Toronto Executive Committee asked the TWBR Team to provide additional information on a number of issues (read the agenda item history). The TWBR Team developed this Additional Information Report in response.
During August and September 2016, the TWBR is seeking comments from the public, stakeholders and Members of City Council on two items, which are outlined in the Additional Information Report:
- A revised Option 2 (44 wards) that incorporates the refinements suggested during the TWBR public consultation process in August – November 2015; and
- A ward option that is consistent with the boundaries of the 25 federal and provincial ridings.
Based on the input received on these two options, a TWBR Supplementary Report will be prepared and submitted to the Executive Committee meeting on October 26, 2016.
About the Toronto Ward Boundary Review
More information can be found at www.drawthelines.ca.