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TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Friday, June 23, 2017, to Monday, July 3, 2017, Road closures
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 – 6:55 AM
The TD Toronto Jazz Festival will be taking place throughout the downtown core from Friday, June 23, 2017, to Sunday, July 2, 2017.
Most of the events are held indoors however, on Saturday, June 24, 2017, they will be moving their outdoor concerts to the Yorkville area until Sunday, July 2, 2017.
Road closures: Friday, June 23, 2017, 11:59 p.m., until Monday, June 26, 2017, 6 a.m.:
– Yorkville Avenue, from Bellair Street to 101 Yorkville Avenue
– Bellair Street, from Yorkville Avenue to Cumberland Street
Yorkville Avenue, from 101 Yorkville Avenue to Avenue Road, will be converted to a two-way street during these times.
Additional road closure: Monday, June 26, 2017, 6 a.m., until Monday, July 3, 2017, 6 a.m.:
– Hazelton Avenue, from Scollard Street to Yorkville Avenue
The event will proceed regardless of weather conditions.
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Constable Caroline de Kloet, Corporate Communications, for Constable Kathleen Elliott, 53 Division
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Hyacinth Harewood is a civil servant with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) working from home, former college professor, former businessperson, former volunteer and mother of five living in Toronto, Canada. She worked as a sessional lecturer with Carleton University in Ottawa, as a professor with Algonquin College in Ottawa for 16 years, has been working with CRA since the late 1980s, and once had her own sole-proprietorship business focusing on communications and written work. This consummate professional used to get up at 3:00 a.m. to work on her business, and then take care of five children to get them ready for school. She would continue working on her business while her children were at school and tend to their needs once they were home. She played the role of a superwoman well. This impressive woman who was educated at the University of Western Ontario where she studied French and Spanish, then received her master’s degree at the University of Ottawa in applied linguistics managed to juggle a life of work, family and children. She has been a terrific role model for her five children.
Gini Dickie is a teacher-librarian, as well as a political activist in her own right living in Toronto, Canada. She worked as a teacher in northern Nigeria with CUSO-VSO, she worked at Expo ‘ 67 and she has been active working with Chilean refugees. She has worked in the inner-city Regent Park area of Toronto, as well as with York University. She also owned her own typesetting business for a brief period of time and everything she has done has taught her about the world around her, as well as about herself.