MCHS bio for: Barbara Sayfy, class of ’70

Barbara Sayfy, class of ’70 I graduated from MCHS in 1970 and went onto Dawson CEGEP for a 3 year Business Administration program. Raised in Montreal (lived in Ahuntsic and then in New Bordeaux living on Joseph Casavant Street). I have two older siblings – our family is now split from Vancouver to Toronto to Montreal. My niece and nephew are growing their […]

Join David Juliusson for Culture Days bike ride: From Sept. 26 to Sept. 28, 2014, Culture Days will be held in South Etobicoke.

David Juliusson recently circulated a text about an upcoming event, which I am pleased to share with you: From September 26 till 28th, Culture Days will be held in South Etobicoke. More than 80 events are planned to celebrate the unique former communities of Long Branch, New Toronto and Mimico. One event will be a […]

Fort York Visitor Centre exhibit includes photos of the Long Branch Aerodrome and aerial shots of Long Branch

I was very pleased to recently receive emails from David Juliusson and Michael Harrison in connection with John Boyd’s album of First World War photographs. You can access the album at the Toronto Archives at this link. When you click on the photos they don’t enlarge very well but you do get a general idea […]

You are cordially invited to attend a great series of talks about 13 Villa Road on Sept. 18, 2014 at the Committee of Adjustment at the Etobicoke Civic Centre. After 1:00 pm

Eight residents at Villa Road and Fortieth Street have prepared and rehearsed a great series of evidence-based, 5-minute talks, each addressing an entirely separate theme related to our objections to the proposed severance of 13 Villa Road. The speakers will deliver solid evidence, related to the Official Plan, presented crisply and with passion. Over 20 […]

Torontoist article: Meet a Council Candidate: Russ Ford, Ward 6 – Snapshots of candidates running for city council in 2014.

The following text is from a Sept. 16, 2014 Torontoist article. Candidate: Russ Ford (age 60) Ward: Ward 6 (Etobicoke-Lakeshore), currently represented by Mark Grimes, who is running for his fourth term. Background: Ford is on leave from the LAMP Community Health Centre, a non-profit that provides health services to the community, where he is executive director. Its health […]

Toronto Hydro Customer Alert: Criminals continue posing as utility employees and seeking payment over the phone

You can read the Aug. 27, 2014 CNW news release here. The opening paragraphs of the Toronto Hydro Customer Alert, which is related to the topic of scams and scamming, discussed elsewhere at the Preserved Stories website, read as follows: TORONTO, Aug. 27, 2014 /CNW/ – Toronto Hydro customers should be aware of criminals claiming to be part […]

Sept. 20, 2014: Join Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe, in re-enacting the first day of his 1793 journey up the Toronto Carrying Place (close to venue for MCHS Sixties Reunion)

The following information is from David Juliusson who shares this note: “Madeleine is the expert on the Carrying Place and the original portage trails along the Humber.” I’ve included this item in the military history category – as well as in the Malcolm Campbell High School category. The latter inclusion is because our MCHS Sixties […]

Bob Carswell from MCHS has shared a memorable update

Bob Carswell has shared a delightful comment at another post; I’m pleased to share it here as an MCHS Biography entry. I’ve worked out a tentative paragraph structure for this post, and have added links to posts from the Preserved Stories website that reference themes that Bob Carswell mentions. Great to read you message, Bob. […]

MCHS 60s Reunion: By way of following up on a great suggestion from John Kovac (MCHS 1971), everyone who attended MCHS in the 60s is invited

Did you attend MCHS anytime DURING THE SIXTIES ? Join us in Toronto Oct 17, 2015. If you attended MCHS in the Sixties, you are invited to attend the MCHS Sixties Reunion at Old Mill Toronto on Oct. 17, 2015. That includes students who began in the 1960s and graduated in the early 1970s. Please […]

Dress regulations at Malcolm Campbell High School: September 1969 message from the Principal

In a recent email, Howard Hight (MCHS 1963) has shared with us the following message: “go to this link and see how it was” Comment It’s a delight to know how many resources there are online that focus on stories and news about Malcolm Campbell High School. And a reminder: Howard Hight and Diana Redden are […]