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On a Wild Side: Winter is for a ducks

December 16, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


I adore going to a lake to see a ice combining on a water. There’s something about how a H2O methodically freezes over and cuts us off from the

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Police hire site preference routine delayed

December 15, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


The site preference routine for an amalgamated 55 and 54 Division military hire has been behind as city staff mulls village feedback.

A news to executive cabinet will now take

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The Leuty Lifeguard Station is going to get a facelift

December 15, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


The city has a six-figure devise to safety a ancestral Leuty Lifeguard Station during Kew Beach from heightened lakewater levels, Beach Metro has learned.

“In sequence to strengthen and secure

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Veterinarians face singular pressures

December 15, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


I apologize in allege for a rather some-more staid tinge of this column, though this is a subject that we feel really strongly about and one that we think

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Upper Beach laneway to honour internal historian

December 14, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


An Upper Beach laneway is going to be named after long-time internal proffer and Beach Metro columnist Gene Domagala.

In November, East York Community Council authorized an object that proposed

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In a pitch of things: The Barons Band finds adore during a Coxwell Legion

December 14, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


They didn’t notice any other during first, during slightest Anna Curley says they didn’t. The Beacher who changed from Scotland to Toronto in 1956 had been entrance out to

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At Hope United, Brian strikes a right note

December 14, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


Hope United Church ceremony personality Brian Stevens had to make a change.

His pursuit as an executive executive during a trade organisation Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters was wearing him down

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Deja Views: St. John’s Norway Cemetery and Crematorium

December 13, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


Can we trust this print was taken in 1919?

This is a strange church of St. John’s Norway Cemetery and Crematorium. The drift were founded in 1853. At this time,

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Glen Ames robotics students flush with solutions for lead buildup

December 13, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


When Glen Ames Senior Public School’s robotics group schooled some-more than 640 Ontario schools had perceived unwell grades on lead tests over a two-year period—including their own—they began thinking

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Main and Gerrard is removing a Texas smokehouse

December 13, 2017 in Beach Metro Community News


It can take some-more than half a day to get Texas-style smoked beef only right over a low flame, says Terrance Hill, who has flown in from Dallas to

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