Condo Floor Plan Layout – Plumbing

Floor Plan Layout - PlumbingFor those that may need to understand where the plumbing is within a unit or on each floor, a Floor Plan Layout – Plumbing diagram has been added to the Condo Governance Section on the website. Of particular interest if you are contemplating renovations.

To obtain a larger version (readable), double click on the image and it will expand. Then move the diagram using the bars either at the bottom or right of the diagram.

The Diagram was supplied by Dan Van Willigen, our property manager.

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Converting phone line service from Rogers to Bell



Anthony (our Superintendent) advised that when owners change from Bell to Rogers and back to Bell for Phone line service, Rogers installs a filter box that owners need to return to Rogers office for a refund.

When Rogers removes the box after the subscriber decides to return to Bell, Rogers often does not reconnect the phone line to the Bell phone port.

Owners need to be aware of this issue as it has arisen several times and can perhaps be avoided by the owner mentioning the situation to the over-the-phone customer service representative.

If this is overlooked at the time of the change over, it will result in an additional call out of the technician and incur additional service fees.

Any further information, talk to Anthony.

Lobby Watch for Rogers customers

For those who are a Rogers customer of their TV Cable Services and may be having difficulty obtaining the Lobby Watch channel on their TV, take note.

There are three possible channels that Rogers customers will obtain the Lobby Watch. The channel that you will access is dependent upon the type of Rogers equipment  i.e. PVR box or receiver, that you have.

If you are missing the Lobby Watch channel, try one of the following three channels – 59, 988 or 998.  If you are not able to obtain the Lobby Watch picture on any one of these channels then take the problem up with Rogers Technical services.

Trick or Treat

pumpkin Halloween is coming. Our building has several young children who may be celebrating this festive event. If you will be home on Friday evening, October 31, and would welcome the goblins, witches, cowboys, monsters and others who may call, please e-mail Geoff (#1102) at with your unit number and we’ll let the little children in our condo know where to knock on doors. Thank you.


Tribute Mutual Street – Issues Sheet

tribute+192jarvisRob L. has drafted a 4-page issues sheet for proposed development of 75/77/79 Mutual St by Tribute. The document summarizes the issues that have been discussed at the past meetings of 192 Jarvis St residents.  You can use these in drafting letters of concern to Councillor Wong-Tam and city planning. The document can be found here: Tribute Mutual Street – Issues Sheet

Councillor Kristyn Wong Tam:

Henry Tang, City Planner:

Tribute Mutual St. Development Link

Tribute MutualThe following link will take you to the City of Toronto development application for the Tribute. It will also take you to a form where you can submit your comments on the application directly to the city Planning Department –
Click here for link

The Development Committee encourages residents of 192 Jarvis to send their comments and concerns about the proposed development to the City.

To simplify communications, the committee now has a new email address:

Ryerson Life Institute Event: Sunday, Oct 26th

Geoff A. thought the following event would be of interest to residents of 192 Jarvis:

Crisis in the Congo: Voices of Hope

Millions of Congolese have lost their lives in a conflict that the United Nations describes as the deadliest in the world since World War Two. The 1996 and 1998 invasions of the Congo by Rwanda and Uganda triggered enormous losses of lives, systemic sexual violence and rape, and widespread looting of Congo’s spectacular natural wealth. Is there any hope for their future?

Join us for a screening of the powerful and thought-provoking documentary Crisis in the Congo: Uncovering the Truth. The film will be followed by two very exciting speakers: Dr. Bodia Bavuidi and Claude Gatebuke.

Dr. Bodia Bavuidi is a native of DR Congo. She initiated Friends of the Congo Canada in 2009 and has served as president. She lectures on Postcolonial Studies and Fiction at the University of Guelph.

Claude Gatebuke is the executive director and co-founder of the African Great Lakes Action Network, an organization focused on justice, peace, and prosperity in the Great Lakes region of Africa.

Crisis in the Congo

WhenSunday, October 26, 2014
1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m.

Where: LIB072, Library Building
350 Victoria Street


Note: This event is not restricted to older adults.

Admission is free.

Part of the year-round 50+ Festival Series presented by
Programs for 50+ at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education • 416.979.5103416.979.5103

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Tribute Mutual Street Condo Proposal

All residents are invited to an open house on Tuesday, October 21st from 5:00 to 7:00 in the Party Room.  The purpose is to provide all residents with an opportunity to see the site plans, floor plans and shadow impact study prepared for this rezoning application.  This building will have the most negative impacts of all the many tall buildings being proposed or constructed on top of us.  Henry Tang, the city planner working on the file will be here from 5:00 to 6:00 to answer any of your questions.

192 Development Committee

Tribute MutualYou are invited to attend a meeting in the Party Room on Tuesday October 7th at 7:00 pm

The purpose of the meeting is to:

  • Formally establish the 192 Development Committee as the group responsible for responding to neighbourhood development proposals and other urban planning matters
  • Discuss the application for the 38 storey condo on Mutual Street and response strategies
  • Plan an open house to present the project plans to all 192 residents
  • Discuss strategies for the Community Consultation

All residents of 192 Jarvis are invited to attend.