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HPCA High Park North Character Study

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The first public meeting for the High Park North Character Study will take place on:


Wednesday, October 25, 2017

7:00-9:00 PM

Humberside Collegiate Institute Auditorium

280 Quebec Avenue


Please attend this important meeting which kicks off the High Park North Character Study process.


In April 2017, Etobicoke York Community Council considered recommendations from planning staff related to the Minto and GWL development applications. City staff recommended that an area-based character study for our apartment building neighbourhood, located north of Bloor, west of Keele, south of Glenlake and east of Gothic, be undertaken.


This meeting will provide an opportunity for the community to engage in the process. After a presentation from city planner, Philip Carvalino, residents will have an opportunity to ask questions and present their concerns.  Also, expression of interest forms will be distributed at the meeting to area residents wishing to participate in a working group to discuss ideas and share observations about the neighbourhood and the development proposals. The role, composition and selection of the working group will be determined by city staff.


As you may be aware, both Minto and GWL have appealed their applications to the Ontario Municipal Board. However, both parties have stated they are willing to work with the City and the community at large to help shape their proposals.This meeting is an important way to become involved, have your voice heard, and share what you want to see in your community.


If you are unable to attend the meeting, but are still interested in participating in the working group, expression of interest forms will be posted on Councillor Doucette’s website at, once they are available.


Wednesday, October 25, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Humberside Collegiate Institute Auditorium
280 Quebec Ave
Toronto, Ontario M6P 2V3 Canada
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