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An occasional Newsletter from Preserved Stories.

Please contact me, in the event you’d like to be on Preserved Stories email list

I send out an email newsletter on a regular basis (sometimes frequently, sometimes not frequently at all), to an email list that I keep track of on Microsoft Word. In the event you would like to be on this email … Continue reading

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Re: Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB) Info Session, Oct. 18, 2017 at 7:00 pm. David Godley outlines MAJOR procedural roadblocks with TLAB!

A previous post is entitled: Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB) Info Session will take place at Assembly Hall, 7:00 pm, Oct. 18, 2017 David Godley has commented, regarding the meeting: “A unique opportunity to hear the Chair of TLAB explain … Continue reading

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He once sued his tutors, alleging that they owed him money for everything he had taught them. He won.

An Oct. 7, 2017 Politico article is entitled: “Trump Is the Star of These Bizarre Victorian Novels: And the Internet is losing its mind.” The one problem with the headline is the expression “losing its mind.” I refer you, in this … Continue reading

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Air Traffic Noise: GTAA will examine 30 recommendations based on practices at similar airports around the world: Sept. 28, 2017 CBC article

Click here to access previous posts about Air Traffic Noise > A Sept. 28, 2017 CBC article is entitled: “GTAA to consider new strategies to cut down on aircraft noise at Pearson: The GTAA will examine 30 recommendations based on … Continue reading

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Update regarding Dead Man’s Curve at Brown’s Line and Lake Shore Blvd. West. Commentary: An EARLIER warning would work much better

Update A subsequent post is entitled: Anna writes: The entire Brown’s Line at Lake Shore intersection “needs a redesign” [End]   A previous post is entitled: Work in progress: Better signage might save lives, at “Dead Man’s Curve” at southbound … Continue reading

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Update regarding application to remove two mature trees at No Frills at Brown’s Line and Lake Shore Blvd. West

This post concerns Re: 3730 Lakeshore Blvd. West [#106750]. A previous post is entitled: No response from Choice Properties REIT regarding sign erected between two mature trees – No Frills by Brown’s Line I have been copied on recent email … Continue reading

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Heads-up regarding next steps for the Preserved Stories website

Over the next several months, I will be cutting back on blog posts related to Long Branch and nearby neighbourhoods. I mention this now, by way of a heads-up, for regular visitors to this website. I will be working, with … Continue reading

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Keys to Our Past: Mental Health Film Series now available on YouTube

Click here to access the Keys to Our Past videos on YouTube > Back story The six videos (wit accompanying transcripts), and the trailer, can be viewed at the above-noted YouTube link. A previous post, which shares my review of this … Continue reading

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Local historians preserve Etobicoke’s past for future generations: Oct. 5, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article

An Oct. 5, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Local historians preserve Etobicoke’s past for future generations.” The article is by Cynthia Reason; the photo is by Justin Greaves of Metroland. The article is beautifully written. It starts with humour, … Continue reading

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Well-received, well-attended Mental Health Film Series Premiere at Humber College Lakeshore

I much enjoyed the “Keys to Our Past” Mental Health Film Series Premiere that took place at the “G” Building at Humber College Lakeshore on the evening of Oct. 4, 2017. I’ve outlined what the series is about at a … Continue reading

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