GBNA is an umbrella group of multiple Resident Associations in the Greater Beach area of the City of Toronto. We focus on the urban development questions that arise when the City becomes more densely populated. Read more
GBNA in 2015
The unique small town character of Queen Street E. has been cherished by generations of residents in the Greater Beach and beyond. We remain strong supporters of the vision for Queen Street that is embodied in the City’s Queen St. East Urban Design Guidelines.
Other character areas
While Queen Street is a dominant feature of the Greater Beach, other vibrant communities exist within our area. From the revitalization of Woodbine/Gerrard to the Kingston Road Village area at Victoria Park Ave and other areas, GBNA supports the efforts of the respective local groups to build healthy and sustainable communities.
From its beginning GBNA has championed community involvement in shaping the City’s Urban plans. These plans determine the quality of our neighbourhoods and how they evolve over time. We encourage public debate and advocate for public engagement with our elected Municipal and Provincial representatives.
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Vibrant communities enjoy a diversity of active community groups, covering interests from social to cultural, from sports to specific interests (such as GBNA) and many more.
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