Category Archives: advocacy

Welcome!

Search for: Welcome to the website for the Trefann Court Residents Association. This website is maintained as a historic record of developments and changes affecting this neighbourhood. Scroll down to read all posts (listed in date order, newest items first), … Continue reading

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BIA? – up to local businesses

As a course project, a team of Ryerson undergrad students recently studied the “opportunities for enhancement of the public realm, a strengthened business base, and a safer community for Corktown”. As one of the few Trefann Court residents who attended … Continue reading

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public meeting

A core of motivated Downtown residents is inserting new life into what was once a formidable community group – the Trefann Court Residents’ Association. Our aim is to increase information sharing and provide a forum for Trefann Court residents to … Continue reading

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TPSC newsletter – March 2007

A few items from the latest Toronto Public Space Committee (TPSC) newsletter: The TPSC is campaigning to get “truck billboards” off Toronto’s streets. These trucks drive around the city at the busiest times causing congestion, adding to smog and visual … Continue reading

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Corktown

Corktown is a mostly residential area in east downtown Toronto: neighbourhood boundaries are Parliament, Shuter, the Don River and Front Street. Houses here are not as upscale as the nearby Garden District, Don Vale Cabbagetown or Cabbagetown South areas. Corktown … Continue reading

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