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Parking on Eglinton

You can receive up to $6.00 off you next parking session on Eglinton Avenue by downloading the Green P App.

Crosstown Glossary

A portal isn't just referring to a sci-fi doorway into another dimension... but a point at which a train transitions from below-ground to the surface.

Safety along Eglinton

Navigating Eglinton Ave. during construction can be tricky. Learn how you can be safe around areas with construction.

Demolition Work for Forest Hill (formerly Bathurst) Station

In February 2016, crews began conducting preparatory activities in the Bathurst Street and Eglinton Avenue West vicinity to make way for the future Forest Hill Station. Read more »

THE UPPER VILLAGE NEIGHBOURHOOD – Health & Wellness with a Side of Indulgence

The Upper Village BIA covers the area on Eglinton Avenue West between Allen Road and Bathurst Street, adjacent to one of the city’s most beautiful neighbourhoods – Forest Hill. 

Upper Village BIA map

Established in 1983, it is currently chaired by Dr. Alan Pintaric, a chiropractor who runs Health Solutions. Dr. Pintaric provides his patients with complete chiropractic care, including acupuncture and massage therapy.  Read more »

Designing the Future of Eglinton – Event with Antoine Grumbach

Wed, 2012-11-28

The City of Toronto Planning Division is hosting internationally-renowned architect and urban designer Antoine Grumbach as part of the Eglinton Planning Study. Grumbach will be giving a public lecture to help Toronto understand how Eglinton can redevelop and reinvent itself for the 21st Century with the LRT.

The City of Toronto Planning Division is hosting internationally-renowned architect and urban designer Antoine Grumbach as part of the Eglinton Planning Study. Grumbach will be giving a public lecture to help Toronto understand how Eglinton can redevelop and reinvent itself for the 21st Century with the LRT.

Event details:

Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Time: 7:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: North Toronto Collegiate Institute, 17 Broadway Ave. (two blocks north of Eglinton, just east of Yonge) Read more »