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Letter to a Editor: Trained dogs merit treats

March 25, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

For years (many years ago) we took my dog Dutch to a internal park. He heeled all a approach there and all a approach back. Once during a park we took a control off and gave

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How most timber would a woodchuck chuck?

March 24, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

One of a many common and critical wildlife questions I’ve ever been asked: How most timber could a woodchuck pitch if a woodchuck could pitch wood?

Ann Brokelman has a love-hate attribute with groundhogs.

Not

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There’s a new soup kitchen in town

March 24, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church hosted their initial village cooking during a commencement of Mar with a support of Second Harvest, members of a church, and a slew of volunteers including Toronto’s “King of Paella.”

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Lara Solnicki earnings to Beach United Church

March 24, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Sultry songstress Lara Solnicki returns to Beach United Church for Jazz and Reflection Apr 1.

Joined by Ted Quinlan on guitar and George Koller on bass, Solnicki’s well-spoken voice and low-pitched fulfilment are sure

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From a Bluffs to a Band

March 23, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Rolling Stone recently called Scorsese’s The Last Waltz (1978) “the singular biggest unison film of all time” that “changed a approach live song felt on screen”. Celebrating a 40th anniversary of The Band’s farewell, lead guitarist

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These elementary stairs can assistance strengthen opposite hackers

March 23, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

We are some-more gentle being electronically connected to a universe than ever before. Though this tie offers implausible advantages, it does come with a turn of risk. The tenure “hacking” has turn hackneyed in a nightly news. We

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Gendron goes tellurian with slopestyle

March 23, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Beacher and Malvern Collegiate Institute tyro Sommer Gendron will shortly be headed to a Czech Republic to paint Canada in a World Juniors.

“[It’s] such an honour to paint Canada,” she said. “I’m unequivocally proud. I’m unequivocally vehement for

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Bowmore filmmakers comparison as TIFF finalists

March 22, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

It’s an sparkling day for Leigh Hannah and Julia Pizzirusso, both Grade 7 students during Bowmore Public School.

TIFF announced in a news recover this morning that both students have been comparison as finalists in a Jump

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Exploring a weight of William Kurelek’s legacy

March 22, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

This year is a 40th anniversary of a genocide of William Kurelek, who lived with his family during 175 Balsam Avenue.

During a 1960s and ‘70s we could mostly find his design unresolved in a homes of his neighbours.

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At 10, DECA’s change and impulse continue to grow

March 22, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Sheri Hebdon is Chair of a Danforth East Community Association


The Danforth East Community Association (DECA) is carrying a large year, this being the 10th anniversary – the “DECAde,” if we will. As we demeanour back, we are

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