Paul Ainslie  


The Residents Rising Community Association




Residents Rising has a Garden Club.  They meet every Tuesday 3:00pm to 7:00pm at 4040 Lawrence Ave. East, in the ECO Hub.  Come learn to grow your own garden.  Healthy vegetables grown are used in the P# Program- Planting, Preparing and Preserving.  For more information contact Carol at 647-448-4759 or

Lee Centre Town Hall Meeting
I would like to thank those who attended my Community Town Hall on Tuesday January 21st.  Residents play a vital role in our community and I appreciate when residents take time out of their busy day to come speak to me. At this town hall we spoke about transit concerns, including more frequent service for the residents in your area.

We also spoke on other issues important to you including improving local amenities, like improvements to the Lee Centre Park which we are working on with Toronto Parks staff and asking for more features in the community.  I very much appreciated all your comments on these issues in the community. 

These items have been sent to appropriate staff for review. Please do not hesitate to contact my office for an update.

Get on the list – Report it!
If you have an issue with your TCHC unit or building it must be reported to the Client Care Centre at 416-981-5500 right away. (You can send an email to​ if it's not an emergency) When repairs are needed, especially to your own unit please make sure you get an EasyTrac number from the call representative. *** It's very important to remember do not finish the call unless you have your number***

If you wait, a problem could become worse and you may be charged for some or all of the repair work.  All issues have to be submitted.  Please make a point of submitting any and all maintenance or repair issues.  It will assist in getting necessary work done. 

If you speak to your Management Office staff, you still need to call repair issues in to the Client Care Centre at 416-981-5500 right away!  Management will not do this for you. Once a report has been filed TCHC can monitor its progress. 

It also creates an excellent overview for TCHC head office staff as they can see if there is an increase in issues in certain areas.  The issues can then be investigated to see if there is a larger concern which needs to be dealt with
Get on the list! See the maintenance and repair site here.   
Then track it on EasyTrac: see more information.

If you would like, you can also report them to my office by phone at 416-396-7222 or email me at so I have your concern on record as well.

For residents living in the High Rise community outside of TCHC buildings, please contact 311 to activate an investigation for any concerns regarding repairs and/or building issues. Appropriate staff such as Municipal Licensing and Standards & Public Health will be notified and a follow up will ensue. Please be sure to always obtain the Service Request # from 311 so that the progress of your issue can be tracked at your leisure.

Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020
The City of Toronto will be investing $12 million in community infrastructure projects in the next four years. The list includes 3847 Lawrence Avenue East, where the multi-purpose community room will be expanded to accommodate programming and much needed meeting space.

Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC)
Concerned constituents may call the TCHC's Community Safety Unit at 416-921-2323 to report noise disturbances, loitering, trespassing or other safety related issues.  This will ensure an appropriate response is made in a timely manner.

Mornelle All- Stars & Second Chance Programs 
Mornelle EarlyON Child and Family Centre
Mornelle All-Stars Safe Walk Program runs Mondays to Fridays.
Pick up times
8:00AM at 110 Mornelle Court – For 3050 Mapledale and 110 Mornelle
8:15AM at 90 Mornelle Court – For 750 Morningside and 90 Mornelle
8:15AM at 80 Mornelle Court – for 70 and 80 Mornelle

Mornelle Court Volunteers Needed!
The Mornelle All - Stars are looking for individuals with various backgrounds to volunteer in the community with their Walk Safe Program, Homework Program, and also an administrative assistant for the highly popular March Break and Summer Camps.

If you are a believer in bringing effective and sustainable change, then this is the place for you!  This is a great experience in community development, one could use this experience as part of their placements/internship, volunteer hours.

If interested please Contact Angela
Email: or call (647-769-5900)



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