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Beach Books: Beach producer celebrates second collection

April 23, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Beach author Kateri Lanthier’s second collection of poetry, Siren, has only been published by Signal Editions, Vehicule Press.

Kateri Lanthier’s second collection of poetry, Siren.

The final time Beach Metro caught adult with Lanthier

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The story of mud isn’t as organic as one competence think

April 22, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Who would’ve thunk that ‘dirt’ would spin out to be such a unwashed four-letter word?

Well, a lot of gardeners we know equivocate it like a plague, and some would substantially like to see it outcast from a land

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Cobalt Gallery mounts Apr organisation show

April 22, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Cobalt Gallery is celebrating Apr with a organisation show. The desirable Kingston Road gallery plays horde to internal artists Kellie Jobson, Benjamin Wieler, Theresa Morin and Annette Hansen until a finish of a month.

Panels are still accessible for

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‘Courageous Voices’ helps students find their voice

April 22, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

For Grade 8 students during East Alternative School (EAST), being bold doesn’t indispensably meant wearing a cape.

The students have spent a year operative on a plan that will cap in a final play called Courageous Voices. The concept

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There’s nuttin’ cuter than a chipmunk

April 21, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

It finally feels official: open has sprung. The songbirds are job before sunrise, a hibernating animals are entrance out and looking for food, a swans are honking on a water, and my favorite red-tailed hawks are screaming and

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Cherry freshness tree hovel entrance to a Beach

April 21, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Start formulation your subsequent regretful walk. A quarrel of cherry freshness trees will shortly be planted at Woodbine Beach.

That’s a word from sentinel 32 councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon. She says a series of Sakura trees have been donated by

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Kew Beach School Grade 3’s write a poem for National Poetry Month

April 21, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

April is National Poetry Month, and to flog it off, Beacher Kate Marshall Flaherty visited Ms. Cornwall’s Grade 3 category during Kew Beach School.

Marshall talked about communication as a “language of a heart,” where, like producer Mary Oliver

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14-year-old child blank nearby Dundas Street East and Kingston Road

April 19, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Toronto military are seeking for a public’s assistance anticipating a blank 14-year-old boy.

Osama Adem, 14, was final seen early this morning in a Dundas Street East and Kingston Road area, according to a Toronto Police Service news sent

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Man arrested after array of hold-ups in a Danforth area

April 19, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

A 50-year-old male has been arrested in tie with a hold-up review in a East End, pronounced Toronto Police in a news recover today, Apr 19.

A male sheltered with a headband wrapped around his face allegedly entered a

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Tight-knit lacrosse bar reflects Beach community

April 19, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News

Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club (TBLC) celebrates their 50th anniversary this year, imprinting a impulse in story for a bar and competition that has overwhelmed generations of Beach families.

While 50 years is an considerable milestone, it is a relatively

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