Don Mills Welcome Sign
Don Mills Residents Inc.
With an annual membership of over 1,000 households, Don Mills Residents Inc. is one of the largest and most active residents associations in the amalgamated City of Toronto. Membership revenues support the work of this volunteer organization to maintain Don Mills as one of the finest communities in Metropolitan Toronto in which to live. Read more about the objectives and activities of the DMRI.

DMFHT banner As the name suggests, this is a team of medical professionals located at 20 Wynford Drive (north side near Gervais, across from the SuperStore) and they are accepting new patients. You can find out more about their many services, workshops and events from their on their web-site or by calling 416-444-6161 to book an appointment.
Organic Farmers’ Market at the Toronto Botanical Gardens (Edwards Garden) every Thurs. from 2-7pm.

feeling congestedThe City of Toronto public consultation on transportation.
The goal of “Feeling Congested” is to engage Torontonians on a range of issues related to transportation planning, priorities and funding. This work will support and inform the ongoing comprehensive 5-Year review of the city’s Official Plan transportation policies, the development of a new long-term transportation plan, and the development of a funding & investment strategy. Please take the time to learn more about this program and provide your input before the July 30th deadline.

‘Eglinton Connects’ is the new City of Toronto information web-page about the planning for the future Eglinton Avenue Crosstown transit system. Have a look!
The Metrolinx web-site also has information concerning this project.

What would you do with 32? The group Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance (CivicAction) wants to know! Learn more about this initiative and the organization here.

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‘Super Nova’ Clock Tower by Douglas Coupland
Son Mills Residents Inc.