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LAMP Community Health Centre receives Ontario Trillium Foundation grant to build an industrial kitchen at Wesley Mimico United Church – Jan. 13, 2015 Etobicoke Guardian

Please note these updates: LAMP community kitchen may be in jeopardy after Wesley Mimico Place development cancelled – Jan. 21, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian A Jan. 28, 2016 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Rising heritage costs, bureaucracy the main reasons behind Wesley Mimico Place project’s cancellation: Mixed-use facility was to house seniors apartments and a community […]

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Toronto City Council Decision – Wesley Mimico United Church redevelopment

Michael Harrison writes: Good Morning: At its meeting beginning on July 8, 2014 and proceeding over the following few days, Toronto City Council adopted the recommendations from Etobicoke-York Community Council and the Toronto Preservation Board with regard to the adaptation of the Wesley Mimico United Church building conversion for senior’s apartments, community and worship space. […]

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Tuesday morning 10:15 am, June 17, 2014, Etobicoke York Community Council will decide on Re-Zoning of Wesley Mimico United Church

The following message is from Wesley Mimico Place. [The message can also be accessed online here.] Wesley Mimico Place: the Renewal of Wesley Mimico United Church STAND TOGETHER at EYCC this Tuesday Morning Tuesday morning 10:15, June 17, 2014 at Etobicoke Civic Centre, the Etobicoke York Community Council (EYCC) will decide on the Re-Zoning of Wesley […]

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Details are available regarding the intention to designate Wesley Mimico United Church under the Ontario Heritage Act

The redevelopment of Wesley Mimico United Church has been discussed in previous posts – including in an overview of the decision making process related to the redevelopment. I’ve been following this story, at times closely, since February 2012. The repurposing of church buildings in Toronto has been the subject of extensive research in recent years. […]