SLNA Objectives and Mandate
Under our By-Laws the SLNA has a number of objectives, these are:
To enhance the quality of life in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
* To encourage change and development beneficial to all residents, visitors and businesses in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
* To strengthen the heritage character of the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
To represent the Members of the Association in negotiations and communications with neighbouring associations, groups,
individuals, the media and the general public.
* To represent the St. Lawrence neighbourhood at all levels of government and to influence political actions affecting the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
* To encourage a sense of community within the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
* To act as an interface and facilitate communications for all groups within the St. Lawrence neighbourhood.
* To undertake projects requiring - or benefiting from - community support to serve overall community purposes and the objectives of the Association.
These can be divided into two basic objectives:
1. Community building
Safety is a special part of our community-building program, we work closely with 51 Division of the Toronto Police Service. We appoint a representative to the 51 Division Community-Police Liaison Committee, which provides feedback from the neighbourhood to the police and from the police to the neighbourhood.
The Canada Day celebration on July 1 represents an outreach program to bring the neighbourhood’s multicultural groups together in planning and participating in a parade and picnic to celebrate this special day.
2. Monitoring and influencing new developments
The SLNA Development Committee is a sophisticated lobbying group working with city planners and developers. Their mandate is to ensure that new developments in our area follow City policies such as the Urban Design Guidelines for the St Lawrence area. More information on the Committee is available HERE.
The SLNA is dedicated to helping the St. Lawrence neighbourhood maintain its international reputation as a model for a diverse, mixed-income, multicultural, healthy, and safe living neighbourhood.
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3. SLNA By-Laws
Here are the SLNA By-Laws They were last updated in June 2012.
4. SLNA Letters Patent. The SLNA is Provincially incorporated, our Letters Patent are HERE.
Last revised: December 2012, Webmaster.