1) Salon Y Q & A; 2) Sept. 17 is deadline for MCHS reunion rates at our two hotels – but some rooms may remain available

Accommodations Update In the event you have not yet rented a hotel room for the Oct. 17 MCHS ’60s Reunion, please know that Old Mill Toronto and Stay Inn will offer the same, special Reunion Rate  – that they have provided up until Sept. 17 – provided they have the rooms available. This is good […]

Photos from Bruce Goodman: Class of ’69 MCHS Reunion

I am very pleased to have the opportunity to post a good number of items, at the MCHS 2015 website, that I received from Bruce Goodman, of the Class of ’69 Reunion organizing team, some time back. These are great photos; I’m delighted that we have the opportunity to share them. We owe many thanks […]

Distraction thefts affecting seniors in South Etobicoke and elsewhere

Update: A September 2015 Toronto Life article ranks Toronto neighbourhoods by variables including crime rates: The ultimate Toronto neighbourhood rankings [End of update] By way of a follow-up to a recent message to my email mailing list, I would like to note that South Etobicoke has recently been subjected to the kind of distraction theft […]

Étienne Brûlé / First Nations event took place on Sept. 13, 2015 at 222 Riverside Drive

Updates: An April 15, 2016 Globe and Mail article by Bob Rae is entitled: “Attawapiskat is not alone: Suicide crisis is national problem.” An April 23, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “West-end residents call for traffic light after fatal crash: Neighbour describes ‘mind-bogglingly horrendous bang’ as car hits building near Jane and Bloor.” A Sept. 27, […]

Noreen McMillan (MCHS ’62) shares five great photos from the 1962 Graduation Prom

Noreen McMillan, a member of the MCHS 2015 Entertainment Subcommittee, has shared five photos with us from the 1962 Graduation Prom at Malcolm Campbell High School. Noreen mentions that she cannot remember names of some of the people. If anybody can help with identifying them, please let us know. Click on the photos to enlarge them; click […]

We will be sending playlists to our D.J. for the MCHS 2015 reunion soon; can you help us add more favourite songs?

One of our pages at the MCHS 2015 website is entitled: Linking a favourite song to each of the MCHS Alumni and Teachers who have passed away Gina (Davis) Cayer (MCHS ’67) is about to send playlists to James McDonough of Able Disc Jockeys, who will be our D.J. at the MCHS ’60s Reunion on Oct. […]

Ian Roach shares two great photos of his 1959-60 Grade 7 class at Cartierville School

Click on each image to enlarge it; click again to enlarge it further Ian Roach has shared with us the following information regarding these two great pictures from Cartierville School from the Grade 7 class of 1959-60. Ian writes: Hi Jaan, I recently found two pictures of my 1959-60 grade 7 class at Cartierville School. […]

Graeme Decarie recalls arriving at MCHS the day of the October 1962 Missile Crisis

The following text is an excerpt from a post that Graeme Decarie wrote on Aug. 10, 2015 at his website, where he has his blog, now called The Decarie Report: August 10: A day to remember. Certainly, I shall never forget it. And it often comes to mind as I write these blogs. It was […]

Sept. 13, 2015 message from David Godley regarding conservation of Long Branch

The following Sept. 13, 2015 message is from David Godley of Long Branch: Greetings on rainy cool morning in Lovely Long Branch Long Branch planning issues and updates Searching for Development Applications online. We can see applications as they come in and there is an email address to find more details at Application Information Centre. […]

Message from David Godley regarding Sept. 16, 2015 Planning and Growth Management Committee meeting

The following text is from David Godley of Long Branch; in a separate post I will upload an additional message from David: To Committee Secretariat, I shall not be present at the Planning and Growth Management Committee meeting on 16th September but would like this letter to be circulated to members. Thank you. Yours truly, […]