Old Mill Toronto – site of MCHS Sixties Reunion on Oct. 17, 2015 – turns 100 this year

We’re pleased to mention that Old Mill Toronto turns 100 this year. A June 19, 2014 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Old Mill marks centennial, honours area history with new TTC subway sign: TTC, MPP-elect Peter Milczyn partner on pictorial tribute.” You can find historical background about Old Mill Toronto here.The archival photo of the […]

Etobicoke-South Cycling Committee meeting – Monday, June 23, 2014, 7:00 pm

The following message is from the Lakeshore Planning Council: In partnership with the Lakeshore Planning Council and Cycle Toronto, the Etobicoke-South Cycling Committee will be holding a meeting on: Monday, June 23, 2014, from 7 to 9 PM At “Among Friends” 2970 Lake Shore W, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1J7 (Lake Shore Blvd W and Islington […]

The Pan Am Path, Humber River, and Etobicoke West

The following message is from the Lakeshore Planning Council: “Discover the Pan Am Path” Jane’s Walk will give you a sneak peek at the newest section of the Pan Am Path, which will eventually have over 80 km of continuous trails stretching from the east to the west of Toronto. Saturday, June 21, 2014 Schedule: 10:00 am: Arrival of […]

Dr. Oz controversy raises questions about celebrity doctor endorsements – June 19, 2014 (CBC Radio)

You can listen to the CBC Radio’s The Current podcast here. You can find a June 18, 2014 New York Times overview entitled “Chronology of Coverage” here. A June 18, 2014 CBC article is entitled: “Dr. Oz’s diet claims scolded by U.S. Senate panel: ‘Miracle’ label for products give people false hope: Senator Claire McCaskill […]

Follow The Yellow Brick Road News Release and Fact Sheet

The following message is from Bram Zeidenberg, Co-Chair SAFE: To whom it may concern: On Thursday, June 26th Etobicoke-Lakeshore will be holding its own WorldPride affiliate festival for the whole family called Follow The Yellow Brick Road. We believe this landmark event in Etobicoke will be of great interest to your audience. Please find attached […]

“Thank you.” – Peter Milczyn

You can also access this message online at this link. You can access video clips from the post-election celebration here. The following message is from Peter Milczyn: Dear Friends, Thank you. Over the past six weeks and for many months prior to the election, you have supported me by knocking on thousands of doors, making […]

Many things came together to enable students to attend Malcolm Campbell High School in the 1960s

In email correspondence with a couple of people who plan to attend the Malcolm Campbell High School Sixties Reunion in Toronto on October 17, 2015, we’ve occasionally talked about how people ended up living in Montreal during their childhood and adolescence. Occasionally, people have stayed in Montreal all of their lives. I didn’t have the […]

Classmates.com link for the Malcolm Campbell High School Sixties Reunion can be accessed here

To access the Classmates.com link that Howard High has set up, click here. You can contact Howard at: hahight@gmail.com Howard Hight and Diana Redden along with a great team of other volunteers is looking after the reunion database. The reunion is on October 17, 2015 (that is, next year) at Old Mill Toronto. Another useful […]

Wesley Mimico redevelopment: Etobicoke York Community Council adopts planning staff report & Toronto Preservation Board report

Following message is from Michael Harrison: Good Afternoon: Etobicoke York Community Council adopted both the planning staff report related to the [Wesley Mimico United Church] development application and the report from the Toronto Preservation Board. It now proceeds to Toronto City Council on July 8 for consideration. Michael Update A June 19, 2014 Etobicoke Guardian […]

Good question: Why have an MCHS Sixties Reunion in Toronto and not Montreal?

Question Just curious. Why hold the reunion in Toronto when MCHS was in Montreal? Seems so remote. Answer That’s a good question. Our thinking was that MCHS Sixties graduates are now heavily concentrated in Ontario, and spread across North America from Vancouver to Florida, and also living in other countries such as Australia. The school […]