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Police detain latest ‘Wanted Wednesday’

January 30, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Local military have arrested a male wanted for violation into a Danforth Avenue store this December.

Sean Duck, 34, was named as a break-in think on Jan. 28 as partial of 55 Division’s ‘Wanted Wednesday’ program. He has given been arrested.

Police allege

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Biofuel uses all accessible resources

January 29, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Winter. Cold temperatures. Indoor heating. Good thing we have copiousness of energy sources to keep a homes, and ourselves, good and cosy in a cold months. Canada’s prolonged winters need several months of heating and Ontario’s energy needs this winter

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Abandoned Elton finds china lining

January 29, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

“Happy New Year!” It’s something we contend to any other each January. It’s a good thing, too. We need all a confidence we can get. We need it for a tiny stuff, like shedding a additional pounds we gained over

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Meet a savories, beans’ BFFs

January 29, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

’Tis a deteriorate for announcements of “The 2015 [whatever] of a Year.” Depending on your interests, this is a Year of Light (United Nations), of Soils (UN again, a Food and Agriculture Organization) of a Coleus and of a Sweet

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Saving The Small Shops in the Beach

January 28, 2015 in Latest Community News Blog, Neighbourhood Alerts Blog

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The small retail outlets in the Beach are faced with many challenges for survival.

Join local councillor Mary Margaret McMahon for a workshop on saving our small shops on Wednesday Feb. 4th at Beach United Church, 140 Wineva Ave.

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Winter essay competition runner-up

January 28, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

In a final emanate we printed a winning entrance of a winter story contest, The Green Scarf, by Edward Hayes.

George Elliott Clarke, East End resident, award-winning poet, and producer laureate for a City of Toronto, contributed an opening sentence, which

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Artists invited to get concerned in Pan Am project

January 28, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Mural Routes, an humanities use classification ancillary picture artists and communities by teaching, training and pity initiatives, is holding a seminar array enlivening village impasse with a arriving Pan Am / Parapan Am Games.

Faces of a Community / Las Caras

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Break-in think is latest ‘Wanted Wednesday’

January 28, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Local military are seeking a male wanted for violation into a Danforth Avenue store this December.

Sean Duck

Sean Duck

Sean Duck, 34, was named as a think as partial of 55 Division’s ‘Wanted

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Readers ask for some-more Sir John A.

January 27, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Since we wrote my final essay on Sir John A. Macdonald, and either we should prerogative his memory with a board or by fixing a park after him, we have been told by many people that they consider something along

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World-class tabla propagandize opens adult emporium on Gerrard

January 27, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

As a teen in Kolkata, tabla conductor Ritesh Das dreamt of personification Bollywood film scores.

By 22, Das was in L.A. and furloughed with AMAN — a universe song organisation so large they filled half a Boeing 747, bags packaged with

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