Metrolinx community meeting March 9, 2016, 6:30 pm at Lakeshore Collegiate, 350 Kipling Ave.

Our thanks to David Juliusson for forwarding this message: Metrolinx Community Open Houses Metrolinx is combining consultations in order to make it easier for residents and stakeholders to learn more about a number of projects that will enable transit expansion. The Etobicoke session will be hosted by the City of Toronto and will take place […]

New Board of Directors at Small Arms Society features skills in archival research, event planning, cultural planning, marketing, and project management

I’ve discussed the Small Arms Society at a recent post, and will talk about the society in more detail later in the current post. Click here to access the Facebook Page of the Small Arms Society > On a related topic, I’ve recently had the occasion to think about leadership succession and other key ingredients for […]

Conserving Long Branch – February 2016 update from David Godley

I am pleased to share with you the following message from David Godley: Thank you Jill Hogan of the City Planning Department for her applications review which unfortunately is getting longer!
 Thank you also to the following for supplying information: Sabrina Salitino, Planning Department, Daniel Fleming, Councillor’s Office, Liz Read, Andy Choles, Mike Flynn, Sandy […]

One Thing Leads to Another, theatre show for babies, aims to charm infant audiences – Feb. 9, 2016 CBC article

A Feb. 9, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “One Thing Leads to Another, theatre show for babies, aims to charm infant audiences.” The subhead reads: “Babies have ‘a sense of engagement that’s so delightful,’ says show creator.” The opening paragraphs read: “An intimate and interactive new stage production is captivating a very specific audience in […]

Feb. 9, 2016 issue of Built Heritage News

You can access the Feb, 9, 2016 issue here. Feature Stories (among many other items) include: ACO Celebrates Heritage Week Meeting with MPPs, February 18 Central Experimental Farm under Threat Globe and Mail: Asking for a New Future for Davisville Junior School Toronto Star: Cardiac deaths and High Rise Living Dan Schneider Heritage Blog: Important […]

Family Day Event, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2016, 12 noon – 3 p.m. at the Small Arms Building (1352 Lakeshore Road East, just east of Dixie Road)

Click here to access the Facebook Page of the Small Arms Society > I am pleased to share with you information about an exciting event connected with the Small Arms Building in Lakeview in Mississauga: Family Day Event, Feb. 13, 2016 12 noon – 3 p.m. Small Arms Building (1352 Lakeshore Road East, just east […]

ScienceDirect: Top 25 Articles from Journal of Fluency Disorders, October to December, 2015

You can access the above-noted list of articles – along with abstracts – here. It was from this field of research that I developed my interest in evidence-based practice. Close to thirty years ago, I found an effective way to deal with a fluency disorder that affects about five percent of children during the years […]

Message from Tides Canada regarding Great Bear Rainforest agreement

I know of Tides Canada because of its involvement with Jane’s Walk. As noted at the Jane’s Walk website, “Jane’s Walk is a project on Tides Canada’s shared platform, which supports on-the-ground efforts to create uncommon solutions for the common good. Tides Canada is a national Canadian charity dedicated to a healthy environment, social equity, […]

Great Bear Lake Rainforest agreement is said to resolve conflict over logging in Canada’s coastal rainforest