Provide Your Input on The Dundas Cycle Track

The Dundas Cycle Track will connect Downtown with Old East Village by creating a permanent, separated east-west cycling route on Dundas Street between Wellington Street and Adelaide Street North. For us in Soho, this proposed route provides a protected cycle link to Downtown and Old East Village, accessible from our neighbourhood via the north-south bike lanes on Colborne Street.

Learn more about the proposed design and provide your feedback at

Free Chalk Alert!

If you have children in your house who are looking for something to do outside, we have a big supply of free sidewalk chalk (leftover from last year’s temporary public art project)

If you’d like a box of sidewalk chalk, please email us at and we will deliver one to your home as soon as possible! (Drop off available only to addresses within the Soho neighbourhood boundaries, as delivery is by foot.)

Neighbourliness and Social Solidarity: How You Can Help 

Do you need assistance or have assistance to offer?

Please leave a comment in the comment area below if you require or can provide support.

Also, there are also a number of grassroots initiatives springing to life to coordinate neighbourhood and city-wide responses. See below for a few local examples.

The following is a segment from the Urban League of London’s recent newsletter:

Neighbours are not only finding ways to have fun, there are many who are organizing to help folks who are marginalized, elderly, immunocompromised or disabled. Here are some examples you can learn about and support:

  1. Caremongering London, ON – Community & ACTIVIST Responses to Covid-19. The purpose of this group is to organize the local community on the grassroots level to ensure marginalized community members have access to food, housing, healthcare, and other necessities. It is also for the redistribution of resources in the case that stockpiling prevents people from accessing basics. You can also post requests for aid/support here. Please share any opportunities/events that may be helpful to support community members! Find the group here:
  2. London Volunteer Task Force. A student-run volunteer task force who have organized to deliver groceries to those who can’t leave their homes due to the pandemic. Learn more here:
  3. Pledge to Support Local Businesses. Local businesses, and the workers who run them, are being immensely affected by the coronavirus. This pledge is a way you can help support local during this crisis:

Hear Here: Joshua Stainton’s story

You’ve seen the Hear Here signs all around our neighbourhood. Did you know you can also listen to them online? We’re featuring some of our favourites.

“You have to hold on to those good stories, with a very tight grip, because that’s what keeps you going.” — Joshua Stainton

Listen to Joshua tell the story of helping a family stay together through his position at the Salvation Army.

Want to learn more about our neighbourhood’s heritage and history? Join us for a walking tour!

Sunday, March 15, 1:00 PM – The Underground Railway (led by Ariel Beaujot)

Sunday, April 19, 1:00 PM – The Hospital Lands (led by Michelle Hamilton)