Given the times we’re in, lots of our local Toronto businesses are going virtual. Check out all the local offerings on our Riverside BIA COVID-19 Directory. Today we’re featuring Sash & Bustle Boutique’s Virtual Bridal Appointments!
The ‘Riverside BIA 40 Years, 40 Stories’ Series is part of how we’re celebrating the 40th anniversary of this incredible neighbourhood of community-builders. Read story # 1 of how it all began with the Queen-Broadview Village BIA in 1980.
Local businesses are taking extra precautions to ensure your health and Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood remains open for business.
Check these resources, tips and guides to staying healthy in this pandemic.
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The new park coming to Riverside Square at 667 Queen St. East was officially named at Toronto & East York Community Council.
On Saturday, February 22, 2020, Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood took part in the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY), a nation-wide family-friendly walk to raise money for charities serving hungry, homeless and hurting people in our community. In Toronto’s Riverside neighborhood, the walk was hosted by Nellie’s Shelter to raise much needed funds. Check out the success we had and the incredible experience!