Category Archives: Long Branch

The 2016 festival is over, but there’s always more Jane’s Walk!

Here are three ways to keep walking until next May >  

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Local urban planning “Fair Process” overview has been prepared by David Godley of Long Branch

The following text is from the following document prepared by David Godley: fairprocess A Fair Process for Severance and Variance Applications Restoring the balance between competing interests * Recommendations 1)That the Planning Department plan education sessions with the Committee of … Continue reading

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Conserving Long Branch – David Godley June 2016 Update Addendum

A previous post, based on my experiences as a Long Branch resident, is entitled: How to prepare a 5-minute presentation to the Committee of Adjustment Another previous post is entitled: The question of lawn signs and the Long Branch Neighbourhood … Continue reading

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Mississauga positioning itself to take ownership of historic Small Arms building – June 17, 2016 Mississauga News

A June 17, 2016 Mississauga News article is entitled: “Mississauga positioning itself to take ownership of historic Small Arms building.” The opening paragraphs read: Rich in history and a positioned at a geographical hotspot in Mississauga, the Small Arms building … Continue reading

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Photographic Estate Auction – June 19, 2016 at Royal Canadian Legion #101 in Long Branch; viewing starts 10:00 am

Following text is from the Photographic Historical Society of Canada: This Sunday, June 19, 2016 PHOTOGRAPHIC ESTATE AUCTION Excellent selection of late 20th century cameras and accessories Viewing at 10:00 AM, Auction starts 11:00 AM Royal Canadian Legion #101 3850 … Continue reading

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Conserving Long Branch – June 2016 David Godley Update

The following update is from David Godley: Greetings Long Branch Community A fuller list of applications with Planning Department recommendations will be forwarded shortly. Meanwhile here is a summary of activity*: Applications for June 9 2016 Committee of Adjustment (COA) … Continue reading

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Join us for a clean-up of the Marie Curtis Park beaches (east and west) on Sunday, June 26, 2016 from 10am to 12pm

  A group of Long Branch residents are helping to organize a clean-up of the Marie Curtis Park beaches (east and west) on Sunday, June 26, 2016 from 10am to 12pm. Please join us for this great community event. Help … Continue reading

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How to prepare a 5-minute presentation to the Committee of Adjustment

From time to time, residents from Long Branch and elsewhere contact me to get help with getting organized for an appearance at the Committee of Adjustment, on the occasion of an ApplicationĀ for Severance that has been submitted for the street … Continue reading

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June 9, 2016 talk at Lambton House (doors open at 7:00 pm) is entitled: “Exploring the 12,000 Years of Indigenous History in Toronto”

A June 9, 2016 talk at Lambton House (doors open at 7:00 pm) is entitled: “Exploring the 12,000 Years of Indigenous History in Toronto.” A PDF file about the talk can be accessed here: 2016 June Heritage Talk First Story-4[1] … Continue reading

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Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada – June 6, 2016 CBC report

A June 6, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada.” The subhead reads: “Ice-free corridor through Alberta became habitable, opened to travel 13,000 to 13,400 years ago.” As well, a June … Continue reading

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