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Residents wish Queen tree saved

September 23, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

A high red ash nearby Queen and Balsam is interlude traffic, during slightest on a sidewalk.

Hundreds of passersby have stopped and sealed a petition to save a tree during 2204 Queen St. East, that owners contend poses a risk to

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Illegal Camping in Woodbine Park

September 23, 2014 in Latest Community News Blog, Neighbourhood Alerts Blog

This report is from a Woodbine Park resident. The local councillor has been notified. It would help if more residents called City Hall to get this rectified. 416-392-1376:

There seems to be someone sleeping in the bushes in Woodbine park and they have been rough camping there for a while now.

There is a mattress, empty food containers and quite a lot of garbage, including human waste. Not very pleasant. I hope this can be removed. It’s in the area indicated below, the “camp” can be accessed from the path just south of the circle as a temporary path has been trodden down in the bushes.

WP camper

Beach Books

September 11, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

book-amoeba-wThe Sex Life of a Amoeba

By Barry Healey

257 Pages

MiroLand Publishers

Reviewed by Jon Muldoon

The Sex Life of a Amoeba, a entrance novel from TV and film author Barry Healey, notwithstanding the title,

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Swimmer braves alligators and sea swells for sport

September 11, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Never mind a bruises, a salt stings and a Florida alligators, Beacher Kaitlin Gervais says she’s found her job in open-water swimming.

After winning bullion during Canada’s 5 km juniors final year and a bronze during her initial general accommodate in

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DECA Art Fair brings family fun to outside art show

September 11, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

The city’s many family-friendly art satisfactory is behind on East Danforth this weekend, as a Danforth East Community Association presents a seventh annual Danforth East Art Fair.

Painters, potters, photographers, jewellers, and all other demeanour of artists and craftspeople will

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Sweet summer pursuit for immature entrepreneurs

September 10, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

It was a honeyed understanding for neighbours, though raccoons in a Beach Triangle are squealing green grapes.

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Finding his passion in Scottish dance

September 10, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

John Clark once swore he’d never wear a kilt, not even when his father brought home a shaft of a family tartan from Scotland.

And when his mother Susan sealed them adult for Scottish nation dancing category during Fallingbrook Presbyterian, John

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One passed and one in sanatorium after late afternoon fight on Danforth

September 10, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

One male is passed and another in sanatorium after a quarrel pennyless out between 8 people nearby a protected grill on Danforth Avenue only easterly of Dawes Road.

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Deja Views

September 9, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

As a readership can attest, a theme matter in Deja Views customarily deals with internal story in an unfeeling perspective.

For this behind to propagandize issue, we asked Jon, Beach Metro’s editor, if it would be probable to contention something a

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Neighbourhood round hockey group off to worlds

September 9, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

It takes only 3 hours to fly from Toronto to Tampa Bay, though for women about to play in a World Ball Hockey Championships that outing was years in a making.

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