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Mimico Residents 2020 Online Voting Results

Our 2020 voting, held online, has come to a close and we are happy to announce the results here! Two initiatives were on the ballot from this year’s cancelled AGM (for more on this cancellation, see our post here). Motion 1, to accept the minutes of the 2019 AGM, was passed unanimously. Motion 2, to accept the recommendations of our…

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COVID-19 Support Resources

We’re all doing our best to support each other and our community in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. Fortunately, we are not alone. There are a number of resources available from all levels of government. We’ve linked a few here for easy reference – special thanks to Councillor Grimes and his team for assembling these resources in his most…

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Mimico Waterfront Clean-up Day at Mimico Square – Amos Waites Park

Date: Saturday, April 27st Time: 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM Location: Mimico Square – Amos Waites Park, 2445 Lake Shore Blvd W. Join your neighbours and get active as part of the annual Mimico Waterfront Clean-up Day, organized by the Mimico Residents Association. Free garbage bags will be provided by the City of Toronto. Please dress warmly and bring your…

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Mimico Residents Association 2019 Annual General Meeting

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our annual general meeting at Mimico Centennial Library on March 20, 2019. We had over 80 people come out to hear what we had accomplished in the last year and to join Councillor Mark Grimes and MPP Christine Hogarth to discuss what is happening in Mimico and the wider Ward 3 area. Didn’t…

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2018-19 AGM and Annual Report

Date: Thursday March 21st Time: 7:30 – 9:00 PM Location: Mimico Centennial Library, 47 Station Rd, Etobicoke We’re excited to invite residents to the Mimico Residents Association Annual General Meeting. Please join us for a recap of what the association has been up to over the past year. Bring your questions for our guest speakers Councillor Mark Grimes and MPP…

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January is Membership Month! Join or renew your membership to continue to support our activities.

Happy New Year from all of us at the Mimico Residents Association.  Thanks for subscribing to our newsletter and your interest in Mimico. We’ve had a solid year advocating for our community and organizing events to make Mimico an even better place to live.  Please consider joining as a member or renewing your membership today to support our activities. It’s…

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Now Accepting Applications for the Mimico Residents Association Board of Directors

Deadline: Jan 15, 2019 Are you a Mimico resident who is passionate about local issues? Are you looking for an opportunity to engage with other Mimico residents and contribute to projects that will improve our community? The Mimico Residents Association (MRA) is seeking engaged, committed, and enthusiastic volunteers to join the Board of Directors. The MRA is dedicated to improving…

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Mimico’s Family Halloween Dance on Friday October 26, 2018

Join us for some spooky, dancing fun at our 6th Annual Family Halloween Dance! Wear your costume, bring your friends, and enjoy crafts, face painting, treats and more!” Date: Friday October 26th Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM Location: St. Leo’s Catholic School Gym Tickets: $5.00 or $20 for family (up to 5) Advance Tickets available via Paypal below (no PayPal…

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Response From Councillor Grimes Re: Better Local Government Act

We recently sent letters to both MPP Christine Hogarth and Councillor Mark Grimes sharing our concers and asking they support an evidence-based process, including consultation with Toronto residents, on any changes to the number of Toronto City Councillors. We have recieved the response below from Councillor Grimes. MPP Hogarth is yet to respond. Thank you for your letter and expressing your concerns…

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Response From Councillor Grimes Re Traffic Safety in Mimico

In June we sent a letter to Councillor Grimes regarding the the road safety after two people were seriously injured by drivers in Mimico. Since that letter Councillor Grimes had worked with the us, and other stakeholders in Mimico, to put forward two successful motions at the July session of the Etobicoke York Community Council. The first is a comprehensive…

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