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Car Crash at Woodbine & Queen

May 25, 2015 in Neighbourhood Alerts Blog

A car collision this morning halted traffic at Woodbine & Queen. Thankfully, there were no casualties and the crash did not take place during morning rush hour where dozens of children gather every morning to wait for the green light to cross the street. We can’t sit back and expect the safety of this intersection to get better, an email with photos of today’s crash has been sent our city councillor, Mary Margaret McMahon. Two things have been asked: the reduction of speed on Woodbine from Kingston to Lakeshore from 50km to 40km; and for police enforcement of the existing 40km zone on Queen Street. If you have any other ideas to help make this intersection and our community safer, please send your suggestions to our city councillor.CarCrash1 CarCrash2

What to demeanour for in a good booze list

May 22, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

When dining out, booze is a good accompaniment to any meal, though determining what to sequence can be stressful and intimidating. A booze list doesn’t have to review like a doctoral topic to be good.

The 4 pivotal factors to what

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999-year franchise needs transparency

May 22, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Have we ever listened of a 999-year franchise of a open park to a propagandize in a City of Toronto before? Apparently nobody has.

That is one reason many residents wrote to Mayor Tory and city councillors before a May 5

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Celebrate dog kisses during Slobberfest

May 22, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

As distant as we know, no dog has ever mastered a classical china shade kiss. Too most tongue. Too most slobber. But that’s a dog for you. I’m prone to trust a some-more beholden a dog, a messier it gets.

On

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Gardening should be child’s play

May 21, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Digging and seeding and watering in a garden is tough work, right? But demeanour during it another approach – by a child’s eyes – and it’s play. Digging is pier earth on fondle trucks and relocating it from place to

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A famous son, a lost father

May 21, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

reel beach - The Sllent PartnerThose eyes! That voice! Can we theory who played a nasty knave (photo above) in a 1978 thriller, The Silent Partner, with scenes during Kew Beach?

Hints:

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Model proffer retires

May 21, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Shortly after giving birth to her initial child in 1975, Linda Livingstone sealed on with a comparatively baby Beach Metro Community News to make deliveries of a opposite kind.

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Hale plays Wimbledon champ for charity

May 20, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Sometimes when we lose, we win.

Local tennis pro Karl Hale detected that after personification dual tough sets opposite Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli in Jamaica final month. The advantage compare lifted over $20,000 for Hale’s Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation, which

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Gymnast best in eastern Canada

May 20, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

Ten year-old Clara Raposo unequivocally goes conduct over heels for a birthday.

PHOTO: Paul Clarke/pcphotography.ca

Ten year-old Beach gymnast Clara Raposo performs her building slight during a Eastern Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Moncton, New

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Pegasus Project a valued apparatus after dual decades

May 20, 2015 in Beach Metro Community News

At a Pegasus preservation store, Chris and Rose grin as a patron zips out to compensate for her parking mark on Kingston Road.

“That happens a lot,” says Rose. People hide into a emporium for a discerning peek, see something they

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