• Dec
    02

    Job Posting

    REQUEST FOR QUOTES Social Media Community Management Closing: Dec 9, 2016 The Wychwood Heights BIA (WHBIA) is an organization of business and property owners who, with member and community input, are committed to working and advocating for the creation and management of a vibrant, commercially successful and physically-improved neighbourhood main street, with its own unique […]

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  • Jul
    24

    TTC Projects – Making St. Clair Accessible

    We are monitoring reports on the work being done by the TTC on St. Clair.  The following link is an update on the timelines for the work and bus routes during the period in which the work will be done. http://www.ttc.ca/About_the_TTC/Projects/Making_StClair_Acces/index.jsp We will continue to post on here when we receive any new information on the […]

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  • Nov
    30

    Wychwood Area Laneways Are Transforming!

      Laneways in and around Wychwood Heights are changing both in looks and by name!   Art in the Laneway CBC recently profiled the Kenwood Laneway Art Initiative, a group who has painted over 40 garages in the laneway between Kenwood Avenue and Wychwood Avenue. More details can be found through the link below: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/laneway-revitalization-1.3337448 […]

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  • Oct
    07

    Small Business Forum Thurs. Oct. 15 2015

      Produced by Enterprise Toronto once a year, the Small Business Forum is a one day event where over 2,500 entrepreneurs gather to attend seminars, panel discussions and network.   The 2015 Keynote Speaker is Ray Reddy, Co-founder and CEO of Ritual   Seminars topics include:   -Maximize Your Digital Presence and Reach More Customers […]

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  • Sep
    30

    Have your say: Toronto Ward Boundary Review Public Meetings

      The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is looking at the size and shape of Toronto’s wards.   http://www.drawthelines.ca/   Members of the public are invited to attend one of three upcoming meetings in the Toronto & East York Community Council Area:   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015 Location: Holy Rosary Church Time: 10AM – 12Noon Address: […]

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  • Sep
    15

    Notice – Sidewalk Café Consultation Sessions

      Public input invited on Sidewalk Café and Marketing Displays By-law Harmonization and on Guidelines for Sidewalk Cafés     The City of Toronto is conducting a review of the bylaws governing sidewalk cafes and marketing displays on the public right-of-way (sidewalks). Currently there are 6 different by-laws regulating these activities. The objective of the […]

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  • Jul
    13

    “Show Us Your Game Face” In Support of Toronto Business

        TABIA, representing Toronto’s 81 BIAs with a collective membership of 40,000 businesses and property owners has launched an awareness campaign in Toronto to encourage residents and tourists alike to support businesses throughout Toronto during the Pan Am/Para pan Games by shopping locally, eating at their favorite restaurants, enjoying local attractions as well as […]

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  • Jun
    11

    Spring edition of the WHBIA Newsletter now available!

    The Spring 2015 edition of the Wychwood Heights BIA newsletter is now available through this link:   http://bit.ly/whbianewsSpring2015   Highlights include: * Business member profiles from the Wychwood Heights BIA * Summer planters in the WHBIA * Pan-Am Games * Marketing and promoting the businesses in the BIA through social media

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  • May
    19

    Green P mobile pay now available in Wychwood Heights

        Parkers are now able to pay for parking using their GreenP App on their phone at the following locations in Wychwood Heights:   · Location ID 226: 646 St. Clair Ave. W. · Location ID 228: 11 Kenwood Ave.   And at carparks nearby: · Location ID 220: 789 St. Clair Ave. W. […]

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  • Apr
    30

    Are you prepared to meet the AODA requirements?

        January 1, 2016 is fast approaching and with that a number of new requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) must be met by all businesses. Small businesses less than 50 employees must ensure that they have developed policies on the AODA Standards – Customer Service, Employment, Information and Communications, […]

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