The York Eglinton BIA is seeking a Digital Marketing and Community Engagement Coordinator.
We are looking for a passionate, creative Digital Marketing and Community Engagement Coordinator who can join our team in a startup-style environment to help our emerging Business Improvement Area (BIA) thrive!
You will become an integral part of our organization to help us in our efforts to communicate with our small business members and with the general public, and to organize dynamic campaigns and activations for the community. This is a great opportunity for someone who’s passionate about community development and looking to begin their career.
If you're interested, download the job description and details here.
COVID-19 represents an unprecedented challenge for small businesses and our main streets.
The City of Toronto and the Toronto Region Board of Trade are partnering to deliver you a one-stop information centre where you will find the resources, tools, and critical support programs you need to manage the challenge you’re facing.
The Business Support Portal includes resources, tools and critical support programs to help you manage the challenges of COVID-19.
For Immediate Release
February 18, 2020
“Supporting small business must be priority as we want to ensure that businesses that have experienced disruption gets to experience the benefits once light rail services start. That’s why we are demanding action and compensation to assist our small businesses that are experiencing financial hardship.” says Nick Alampi, Chair of the York-Eglinton BIA.
The Chair and Management Board of the York-Eglinton BIA is proud to welcome Louroz Mercader as our new Manager of the York Eglinton International Market. He is an experienced city-builder and communications professional with a progressive career in the public and not-for-profit sectors.
Louroz was previously the Manager of Communications and Public Engagement at Waterfront Toronto responsible for Sidewalk Toronto - a joint eort by Waterfront Toronto and Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs to create a new kind of mixed-use, complete community on Toronto’s Eastern Waterfront.
Together with the Board, he will implement our new strategic plan, lead proposed streetscape projects and manage several key project areas for our BIA as we transition towards the end of the multi-year LRT construction.
You contribution to the community has been great.
Wisdom's funeral procession will stop in front of the Barber Shop Friday December 13th at approximately 12pm.
1754 Eglinton Ave W, York, ON M6E 2H6
13 Division will escort the hearse along Eglinton Ave. W.
The hearse will stop for a few minutes in front of the Barber Shop and continue on to the church to be ready for the first viewing session at 2:00 p.m.