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Emerald ash borer update

Update: An Aug. 9, 2014 CBC article is entitled: “Emerald ash borer a costly pest to Toronto tree canopy.” The subhead reads: “Urban forest worth about $7B to local economy, TD report says.” [End of update]   By way of … Continue reading

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Message from LEAF — Please sign up online to become an volunteer EAB (Emerald Ash Borer) Ambassador.

Dear LEAF Volunteers, We are calling on every single LEAF volunteer to help rewrite the story of how Emerald Ash Borer will affect our city. This invasive insect is threatening 860,000 ash trees and we’re asking people to spend an … Continue reading

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Update from the office of Councillor Grimes regarding the emerald ash borer

As a follow-up to an earlier post, are pleased to share with you the following information update from the office of Ward 6, Etobicoke-Lakeshore Councillor Mark Grimes: * An updated report went through the City of Toronto Council last week: EAB … Continue reading

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Homeowners wishing to use a TreeAzin injection to protect their ash trees from ash borer are advised to contact www.bioforest.ca

Clock here for other posts about emerald ash borer >   We are pleased to share with you the following information from the office of Ward 6, Etobicoke-Lakeshore Councillor Mark Grimes:  * Thank you for your questions about the Emerald … Continue reading

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City of Mississauga kicks off rehabilitation of Small Arms Building; official ceremony begins 11:00 am, June 17, 2017

Click here for previous posts about the Small Arms Building > Click here for previous posts about postwar emergency housing (in vicinity of Small Arms Building and elsewhere in the Greater Toronto Region) >   Tweet from Mayor Crombie I … Continue reading

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Highly successful In Situ event at Small Arms Building in Mississauga, Oct. 27 to 29, 2016: Great turnout, great sense of organization

I am delighted that I had the opportunity, on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, to attend an In Situ event at the Small Arms Building in Mississauga. We were impressed with the turnout, the enthusiasm, and the great … Continue reading

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Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississsauga breaks ground on Mariner Court, Mississauga – March 4, 2016 QEW South Post

I’ve written about Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga in previous posts, regarding the Small Arms Building in Lakeview. A March 4, 2016 QEW South Post article is entitled: “Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on Mariner Ct.” The opening paragraphs read: “Uniba … Continue reading

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Family Day Event, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2016, 12 noon – 3 p.m. at the Small Arms Building (1352 Lakeshore Road East, just east of Dixie Road)

Click here to access the Facebook Page of the Small Arms Society > I am pleased to share with you information about an exciting event connected with the Small Arms Building in Lakeview in Mississauga: Family Day Event, Feb. 13, … Continue reading

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TRCA/Sawmill Sid portable sawmilling project is now underway at Small Arms Building in Mississauga

I recently learned about a small-scale portable sawmill operation run by Sawmill Sid and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) near the historic Small Arms Building in Lakeview in Mississauga. Sawmill Sid’s agreement to work on the site is with … Continue reading

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News update – TDSB Trustee Pamela Gough’s Office – May 23, 2013

Sent on behalf of Trustee Pamela Gough: Ward 3 Trustee Pamela Gough’s Update May 23, 2013 With summer on our doorstep, the trees, grass, and shrubs have turned a TDSB-logo green, and we are quickly wrapping up the school year. … Continue reading

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