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28 Daisy Avenue designation request from City of Toronto Staff accepted unanimously by Etobicoke York Community Council

At the Etobicoke York Community Council meeting on Feb. 26, 2013, following deputations from Denise Harris, Heritage Officer with the Etobicoke Heritage Society and Madeleine McDowell, Chair of the Humber Heritage Committee, the designation recommendation for 28 Daisy Avenue was unanimously accepted by the Community Council. This is good news for the community. We owe thanks […]


28 Daisy Avenue is on Etobicoke York Community Council agenda 10:15 am, Tues., Feb, 26, 2013

The link to the agenda can be found here. Denise Harris, Heritage Officer, Etobicoke Historical Society, writes: “I will be at the EYCC meeting on Tuesday to speak in support of the designation of 28 Daisy, especially since the Etobicoke Historical Society submitted the original application. No one opposed the designation at the Toronto Preservation […]


28 Daisy Avenue – Intention to Designate under Part IV, Section 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act

If you’d like to speak at the Feb. 14, 2013 meeting, please contact Janette Gerrard of the City Clerk’s Department by phone or email as indicated below. The opportunity for 28 Daisy Avenue to be designated under the Ontario Heritage Act is now approaching. If you have not yet sent an email to the Toronto Preservation Board, please […]


Please write an email today to the Toronto Preservation Board regarding 28 Daisy Avenue in Long Branch

I’ve written the following email to Robert Saunders c/o Janette Gerrard at regarding 28 Daisy Avenue in Long Branch. [Click on link in previous sentence for background about this historic property.] Please write a letter of your own as soon as possible; the meeting that will decide on the designation takes place on Feb. […]