An e-mail sent by TCAT yesterday suggested, erroneously, that TCAT will be able to accept donations and issue charitable receipts in the near future. While TCAT is exploring ways to fund its continuing operation, it is not pursuing status as a registered charity and will not be able to issue charitable receipts in the near future. TCAT apologizes for any confusion.
Special Notice: TCAT Walking Strategy Meeting with the City - December 12th
TCAT and its supporters have been invited to a special TCAT meeting with City staff to discuss the current Walking Strategy discussion paper titled 'Steps Towards a Walkable City'.
The Walking Strategy is intended to provide Council, City Divisions and agencies, and the public with a comprehensive vision and a clear direction for future pedestrian planning within the City of Toronto.
The push to increase funding for cycling infrastructure continues!
During last week's Budget Committee deliberations, Councillor Gord Perks’ motion to add $17.9 million to the Parks budget was not approved. You can see the briefing note which describes the 31 projects this money would fund by clicking here.
Instead, this is the motion that Councillor Shelley Carroll got approved: