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Can you refer us to sources about the history of the watersheds at Stratford, Ontario?

A previous post is entitled: MCHS Sixties grads Daniel McPhail, Scott Munro, Bob Carswell and Jaan Pill met in Toronto in June 2017 At that post, I mentioned that: Among other things, I’ve been preoccupied with an Ontario Municipal Board hearing. … Continue reading

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Conserving Long Branch, November 2017 – David Godley

David Godley sent out the following message on Nov. 7, 2017; I share it today (without formatting) for the record: Attachments: lbudcomments to cc minor variance Greetings from Long Branch 1 Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines The Planning Department prepared … Continue reading

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Acorn in a Nutshell: December 2017 Celebrations and Reflections – Architectural Conservancy Ontario

You can access the December 2017 ACO update here. Among the items (I’ve broken the first paragraph into shorter ones) is: ACO Stratford-Perth Branch ACO Stratford-Perth was busy in 2017 raising money for a documentary film entitled GRAND TRUNK — … Continue reading

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Conserving Long Branch – Oct. 2017 update from David Godley

Attachments: FoNTRA-Bill139-Submission-August-4-2017 minor variance ord tlab The following message is from David Godley: Greetings from Autumnal Long Branch Applications Update 1) New Applications (No hearings scheduled due to unprecedented number and limited staff) Congratulations Barbara Bartosik on your promo now … Continue reading

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One feels a sense of hope that Bill 139 will reduce cynicism of citizens with regard to land-use planning in Ontario

I have taken a previous text, related to the Long Branch Character Guidelines project, and have repurposed it for my comments regarding Bill 139 , which is concerned with reform of the Ontario Municipal Board. I have sent the comments … Continue reading

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Town of Port Credit Association (TOPCA) Town Hall Mtg & AGM is: Thurs., Nov. 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm at Clarke Hall

Town of Port Credit‏ @TOPCA_Executive *  TOPCA Town Hall Mtg & AGM is: Thurs Nov 9 @ 7pm at Clarke Hall Theme: Lakeshore Corridor – Get Moving #PortCredit * TOPCA = Town of Port Credit Credit Association We owe thanks to Dorothy Tomiuk @Dorothy_Tomiuk … Continue reading

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MCHS Sixties grads Daniel McPhail, Scott Munro, Bob Carswell and Jaan Pill met in Toronto in June 2017

At a post entitled We have a question regarding archives, files, photos, etc. regarding MCHS grad Peter Parsons, MCHS Sixties Grad Daniel McPhail has commented (May 25, 2017): My family purchased and moved into the house on Lavigne St in … Continue reading

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Comments from Jaan Pill regarding August 2017 Long Branch Character Guidelines draft

My previous comments, regarding an earlier, February 2017 version of the Long Branch Character Guidelines draft, are at a post entitled: Input from Jaan Pill of Preserved Stories regarding Feb. 7, 2017 Long Branch Guidelines Draft My current comments address … Continue reading

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On the day the First World War was declared, Robert Home Smith opened the Old Mill Tea Room

A July 27, 2014 Etobicoke Guardian article notes that on Aug. 4, 1914 Britain declared war on Germany, automatically bringing Canada into the First World War. That was now over 100 years ago. On the same day, Robert Home Smith … Continue reading

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Heritage Conservation Districts – More Stories of Success. Heritage Resources Centre

News Release Heritage Conservation Districts – More Stories of Success Toronto, January 10, 2013 – The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) has completed the second phase of a study on Heritage Conservation Districts across Ontario, and once again determined that … Continue reading

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