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illness to live in the neighbourhood of their choice.

Every person has an equal right to accommodation, free from discrimination on the basis of mental illness, another disability, source of income or any other personal characteristic.


Gerstein Centre

The Gerstein Centre is one step closer to opening 14 new “crisis care” beds for men and women at 1045 Bloor Street West. On December 5th, the Committee of Adjustment approved their request for a minor variance. (The Gerstein Centre is planned 230 metres from another Crisis Care Facility or Residential Care Facility;   the City of Toronto By-laws require a 245 metre separation.)

The Gerstein Centre obtained letters of support from neighbours, local residents’ associations, the police, the local councillor Adam Giambrone and Councillor Kyle Rae in whose ward the current Gerstein Centre is located. Opposing the application at the Committee of Adjustment hearing were two representatives of the local Business Improvement Association with a petition signed by 200 people. The Committee rejected the argument of the BIA that the area was a retail area Reliable phone cards here and that the proposed development would break up the street by introducing a nonretail use. The Committee said that the concern did not deal with the variance requested and that the city has designated the area for mixed use. My friends recommend pontoon online at Casinover