Malcolm Campbell High School Reunion Committee met in Kitchener on May 21, 2014

Lynn Legge, Peter Mearns, and Jaan Pill met on May 21, 2014 for a lunchtime MCHS Reunion Committee meeting at Boston Pizza, 190 Gateway Park Drive in Kitchener near the 401. This was a convenient meeting place for all of us. Previous planning information is at the Malcolm Campbell High School category at this website. […]

The Great Escape: A Canadian Story – New Toronto Historical Society Meeting – Tuesday May 27th at LAMP

I’ll be attending an All Candidates meeting on May 27, 2014 as describeed in a previous post. Also with regard to the same evening, on May 27, there’s another meeting that may interest you. The following message is from Michael Harrison: Good Morning: Below is the speaker booked for the next New Toronto Historical Society […]

With the Provincial election in mind, TDSB Ward 3 Trustee Pamela Gough brings attention to proposal for joint use of Bloorlea Middle School

The following message, regarding the June 12, 2014 Provincial election, is from Ward 3 Trustee Gough’s Office. The message is an excerpt from the trustee’sMay 6, 2014 Update. I will provide additional information regarding the proposal in a subsequent post. The excerpt from Trustee Gough’s Office reads as follows: Provincial election called for June 12 […]

Ian Roach has added a comment about Cartierville School in Montreal

In the Comments section at the end of an earlier post about Cartierville School, Ian Roach has added a comment. By way of bringing your attention to his recent message, which I read with much interest, I’ve devoted the current post to Ian’s comment. I believe that the correct spelling for Morison is the version […]

Legacy of the summer of 1990 Oka crisis

I became interested in learning about the Oka crisis after I began reading about the history of the community – Cartierville – in Montreal where I grew up, after arriving in Canada at the age of five. As I’ve noted in a previous post, I’ve learned in my recent online research that Cartierville, named after […]

Official Opening of Peter Milczyn’s Campaign Office – 1020 Islington Ave., 10:30 am Sat., May 17, 2014

I’m pleased to let you know that the Campaign Office for Peter Milczyn, at 1020 Islington Avenue near the NoFrills store – between Bloor and the Queensway – had its Official Opening on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 10:30 am. For details, please click below: Elect Peter Milczyn – Building what matters As expected, Peter […]

Update – Air quality results for south Etobicoke. May 27, 2014 Toronto Environmental Alliance Meet & Greet event at LAMP

I attended a presentation by the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) in south Etobicoke a year ago, in May 2013. I was impressed with the quality and scope of information that Heather Marshall shared at that time. The work that TEA is doing is tremendously valuable and inspiring. Air quality is a topic that is of […]

Next Malcolm Campbell High School Sixties Reunion planning meeting in Kitchener, Ontario, May 21, 2014

Peter Mearns, Lynn Legge, and Jaan Pill will meet at lunch on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 in Kitchener, Ontario for our next Sixties Reunion planning meeting. Please let me know in the event you are a MCHS grad from the 1960s classes, who lives in the general area, and who’d like to join us for […]

Health benefits of wine and chocolate unlikely, new study finds – May 13, 2014 Globe and Mail

Malcolm Campbell High School Sixties Reunion update – May 12, 2014

I had a meeting with Peter Mearns on May 8, 2014 in Toronto. We met at the second-floor coffee shop at the Loblaws just east of the 427 on the south side of Burnamthorpe. Peter said (I paraphrase): “Well, it looks like this reunion is taking on a life of its own.” Here’s a brief […]