DIG IN:Local Business
Neighbours: List your local business in 40 words or less and send the information by email to: email@example.com. DIGIN will post your business ad.
Book Keeping Services
R.M.A Book Keeping Services
BookKeeping Services contact: Maria Abadesso (416) 534-1472
135 Lappin Ave
Real Estate Service
Thinking about Buying/selling?
Over 15 Years of Quality client service.Have a proven customized marketing plan which will work for you.Offer no Gimmicks,just hard honest work.Greater Toronto Area & Durham.Let me help you!...
Brian Bevington...Re/Max West Realty Inc.. 416-2810027...www.brianbevington.com
Soul Food Restaurant
Take Out-Eat In-Catering and Special Events
582 Lansdowne Avenue, Toronto, ON M6H 3Y6, Business Tele:647-438-9730
Open Monday to Saturday 12 PM to 10 PM, Closed Sunday
St. Lucian Style Caribbean Cuisine, Homemade Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian Meals prepared fresh daily. Fully Licensed. Rated one of the top ten Restaurants in the NOW Independent Newspaper and recommended by cheap eats Toronto, Toronto's best selling guide to good inexpensive restaurants. Limited time offer: Hold your function at Soul Food such as birthdays, fund raising events at only the cost of food. Cash Low Check out this super deal: Take out special from 12 pm to 3 pm: Grilled Chicken or Organic Tofu, Rice and Peas, Plantain, Dumpling, coleslaw or organic garden salad only $4.99
ORGANIC FARMERS MARKET
Dufferin Grove, at the rink house, every Thursday from 3:30 to 7:00pm
BARRISTAR & SOLICITOR
Lance T. Lehman
416-534-3555 Fax 416-534-4694
1444 Dupont Street Building A, Suite 1B Toronto, ON M6P 4H3
416-534-7543 Fax 416-534-7625
1067 Bloor St., Toronto, ON M6H 1M5
· Real Estate: Residential Flat Rate Pricing of $1099+ GST for a Purchase and $599+ GST for a Sale.
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LANDSCAPE AND DESIGN
Windmill Gardens New Innovative Ideas
Professional Residential and Commercial Landscape
PlansGarden and Landscape Consultations
Garden and Landscape Installations
Landscape Design Diploma
Contact: Anthony Dykstra, (416) 972-1388, 10 Walmer Rd. Suite 408, Toronto, ON. M5R 2W4
Windmill Garden's Anthony Dykstra has been an active volunteer in the neighbourhood's Walk Here Project
MAC COMPUTER HELP
Expert help with: problem solving, email, website, home networks, software & hardware installation, software introduction training, general information. $20.00 per hour, one hour minimum.
Call Bluewox: Telephone:416 539-8129 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mention DIGIN and get $5.00 off the first hour
Call Ron: 416-763-0318
GARAGE: AUTO REPAIR
Bravo Auto Ltd.
Contact: Nick Papathanasiou
1439 Bloor St. West (near Symington)
Phone: 416 531-9390,
Cell 416 877 2424,
Fax 416 531-3464
Good recommendations for local resident
Warriors Martial Arts Academy
1444 Dupont Street Unit 32
Phone: 416 - 516 - 0754 Fax: 416-516 - 7320
Self Defence and Fitness training for the whole family
Lil' Dragon Programs for kids 3-5
Krav Maga - Adult self defence/womens self defence program
Babysitting in my home, fully qualified, seven years experience, very friendly, will take kids out for walks
Contact NATALIE 416 534- 9647
DIG IN supports local business and encourages neighbourhood residents to walk, shop, hire, play and participate locally.
Regarding Local Business in the Dupont/Bloor West Communities
If you have a small local business, a home business or want to start a new business, the city of Toronto has information that may help.
See these websites:
Along with the decline of the neighbourhood’s industrial base we will also see more lost commercial space and related jobs with the redevelopment of the Galleria Mall. We already have high unemployment in the area and need new local businesses to develop to help keep our communities vital.
We do not want our neighbourhood to become a bedroom community with everyone driving out of the area to go to work with few services and little commercial local life.
The re-development of the Galleria site will offer some level of commercial spaces, perhaps 1/4 1/3 of what is there now. It would be helpful if local residents, business and perhaps potential new businesses started to think about possibilities for the site and/or ways to influence the kind of commercial activity needed at the redevelopment. The redevelopment planners have offered a community space of 2000 square feet for local projects. One idea is a local business incubator that might help develop and launch new small local businesses.
More about the Galleria redevelopment:
Integrate New Development on this site: www.digin.ca
The City of Toronto’s Social Indicators and Priority Areas study prepared in connection with the new City of Toronto Plan focuses on indicators of risk, or social vulnerability. The study identified this portion of the City as being in the second highest quartile of socio-economic vulnerability. Having regard to indicators such as low income, unemployment, social assistance, tenant households, lone-parent families, education less than grade 9 and tenant households spending 50% or more income on shelter costs