Now that we kicked off the holiday season, the shops have decorated their window for the #WindowWonderland Contest! This holiday season, as you walk and shop along Queen St East, snap a photo of your favorite window and share it on Instagram using the #RiversideTO and #WindowWonderland hashtags! Don’t forget to follow the @Riverside_bia profile as well!!
The Instagram photo with the most “LIKES” will win a $100 gift card to the Riverside establishment in the picture!
The contest runs until December 12th. So, what are you waiting for?
Join your neighbours at the crack of dawn for some hearty eats, great company, fun entertainment and of course, your antlers – all in support of a good cause: all proceeds support the Rivertowne Breakfast Program, which provides a hot breakfast to youth, families and anyone in need every Friday, year-round!!
It all happens at The Ralph Thornton Community Centre (765 Queen E, 2nd Fl). This amazing charitable event is organized and supported by the Riverside BIA, Toronto Food Tours, The Ralph Thornton Community Centre, and the Rivertowne Safety 1st group.
To be an Elf or Reindeer Sponsor contact the BIA or Ralph Thornton Community Centre!
Recovery rates of stolen bikes are abysmal. We hear time and time again that theft is preventing people from riding. The current system isn’t working.
Here’s our three-step action plan.
If we can pull together broad community support, the Toronto Police, and the City of Toronto, we hope to be able to reduce theft by at least 20%, and increase recovery rates to over 1% within the first year.
Over a decade in planning, the project is implementing a comprehensive strategy for flood protection of the Port Lands, which are at risk of flooding under a significant storm event. The project will remediate contaminated lands and unlock new land for development and provide critical flood protection.
With this flood protection infrastructure in place, the Port Lands will begin its transformation into new communities, surrounded by parks, green space and residential and commercial development, including affordable housing, which will change the face of Toronto’s eastern waterfront. Learn more about here.