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Bus association explores Beach express

November 28, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

The Beach is heading in an online poll for a subsequent Toronto community to get a private commuter bus.

Line Six is a startup association that tested a $5 private train use from Liberty Village to downtown this October. The

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Bowmore celebrates diversity

November 24, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Dancer Krystal Kiran of Cornerstone Studio leads Bowmore students in a Bollywood-style dance during a Bowmore Multicultural Potluck on Nov. 20. PHOTO: Andrew Hudson

Dancer Krystal Kiran of Cornerstone Studio leads Bowmore

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Rain can’t check Hamper’s parade

November 23, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Families had umbrellas above and cosmetic bags below when Hamper’s Santa Claus Parade kicked off along Kingston Road this afternoon, though a drizzle let adult only in time to let Santa stay dry.

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South American wines come of age

November 23, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

South America produces some smashing wines. Most notable are those from Chile and Argentina, and to a obtuse degree, Uruguay. Chile and Argentina’s products are unequivocally prohibited right now, while Uruguay is adult and coming. There are grape varieties that

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Roast duck creates twice a meal

November 23, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Indeed, a duck is a different bird. Roasted and served prohibited with oven-baked vegetables and maybe a ever-popular crushed potatoes, it creates a never-fail robust dinner, elementary adequate to offer to a family. Dressed up, it becomes a celebration piece.

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How do we know your pet is ill?

November 22, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

I mentioned in my final essay something all vets hear flattering frequently from owners: “Wouldn’t it be so most easier if they could talk?”

I wrote about how this affects a formidable decisions pet owners face during a finish of a

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In memory of a special beagle Angel

November 22, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Ahhh, a chilly, soppy month of November. The busiest month of all for Big On Beagles Rescue! The fur is drifting right now as we ready for a biggest fundraising eventuality of a year – a Beagle Bash

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Up your intake of Vitamin D

November 22, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Winter is quick coming bringing with it a colder continue and darker days. Many of us in Canada will welcome a ice and sleet to suffer a fever and several outside activities. But regardless of a outside fun, over the

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Gas trickle army energy outage, evacuations nearby Kingston and Victoria Park

November 21, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

Residents in about 4,500 homes are but energy this afternoon due to a gas trickle during Kingston Road and Victoria Park.

PHOTO: Andrew Hudson

PHOTO: Andrew Hudson

Traffic and TTC buses are being rerouted around

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Signs of a (past) times

November 21, 2014 in Beach Metro Community News

A small while ago, a Shoppers Drug Mart pointer during Queen and Lee came down and a large, rather hoary Loblaws pointer was underneath.

Talking to some residents about it, one said, “I know where a oldest billboard is – it’s

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