Category Archives: Toronto

Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines public meeting is on Sept. 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm, at the Ken Cox Community Centre

Etobicoke Guardian article regarding SvN¬†Architects + Planners SvN Architects + Planners is involved with development of the ongoing Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines pilot project. A Sept. 19, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Firm wins Toronto design award for … Continue reading

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Please send a letter today to help save the trees in front of No Frills (Brown’s Line & Lake Shore)

I have sent the following email to Ward 6 Councillor Mark Grimes councillor_grimes@toronto.ca and I urge you to do the same today; you can use my text as a template: Good afternoon I would like to add my voice to … Continue reading

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Air Traffic Noise Issue – Toronto Pearson Sept. 27, 2017 CENAC Meeting: location and time change

Following message includes this attached file: CENAC_Sept_27_Ad_FINAL_REV The following message is from ZZG-Community Engagement at communityengagment@gtaa.com Good Afternoon, I am writing to share an update with a change of time and location for the September 27 CENAC meeting. This meeting … Continue reading

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Heritage York’s SPECIAL and Up-coming Events at Lambton House

The following message is from Lambton House, whose volunteer work in celebration of local history (including local history, in the past largely neglected, and/or vastly distorted, in settler-society accounts) related to the First Nations peoples of Canada) I strongly support: … Continue reading

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Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines – Sept. 26, 2017 public meeting at 6:30 pm

The following text is from a notice distributed in Long Branch by the Councillor Mark Grimes’ Office: * Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines Dear Neighbour, The City is hosting a community consultation meeting to hear from you. Details are as … Continue reading

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LBNA Annual General Meeting (October 23 @7pm) and final call for Board nominations/expressions of interest

The following message includes these attachments: AGM colour flyer Oct 23 Call for Noms email LBNA By-laws – Sept2017 The following message is from Brian Liberty, acting chairperson, Long Branch Neighbourhood Association: Hello Long Branch villagers, Mark your calendars – … Continue reading

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Documenting tree canopy loss due to severances/variances in Long Branch. What happens to trees near new sign at Non Frills?

Update: A more recent post is entitled: Please send a letter today to help save the trees in front of No Frills (Brown’s Line & lake Shore) [End]   Email messages have been circulating for some time, among Long Branch … Continue reading

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Lot splitting in Alderwood: Message from an Alderwood resident

Please contact Jaan Pill through this website if you wish to get in touch with Tracy Hatten Tracy Hatten of Alderwood has shared the following message with me; as is my standard practice, I checked with her first, to make … Continue reading

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September 20th from 7.30 p.m: The Early Airfields of Toronto, Fairview Public Library

Our thanks to David Juliusson who has shared the following message from Geoff Kettel, with a text that is from still another source: North York Historical Society: September Meeting Members and Friends: Our September meeting information is below – most … Continue reading

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Limehouse Conservation Area a great place to visit on a warm, sunny day in September

I recently visited the Limehouse Conservation Area for a family hike along a short stretch of the Truce Trail. Limehouse is a not-far drive north of Toronto and is part of the conservation areas under jurisdiction of Credit Valley Conservation. … Continue reading

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