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David Juliusson comments on demolition of the house, built in 1927, where Marie Curtis lived when she served as Reeve of the Village of Long Branch

The purpose of the current post is to bring attention to the demolition, in June 2018, of the former house of Marie Curtis, who many years ago served as a celebrated, highly regarded elected official at the Village of Long Branch. That is to say, David Juliusson of Long Branch has added a comment at […]

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Long Branch: A Jane’s Walk Bike Tour – another outstanding Jane’s Walk event, led by David Juliusson on May 6, 2018

Click here for previous posts about Jane’s Walk > I much enjoyed a recent heritage ride entitled “Long Branch: A Jane’s Walk Bike Tour,” led by David Juliusson with the support, and backing, of the Etobicoke South Cycling Committee and the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association. The event took place on May 6, 2018 starting at […]

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Message of thanks from David Juliusson, to Councillor Mark Grimes for the councillor’s great assistance with Cycle Track in southern Etobicoke

A previous post about cycling news from southern Etobicoke is entitled: Lake Shore Blvd. West Cycle Track has been approved by City of Toronto Council David Juliusson of Long Branch wishes to share the following additional message regarding the Cycle Track: To Councillor Grimes I wish to thank you for your support on getting the cycle […]

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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 […]

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David Juliusson has shared a list of valuable resources for helping us to position Samuel Smith as a historical figure

We owe thanks to David Juliusson, Program Officer, Historic Fort York, City of Toronto, for sharing some great resources regarding the history of warfare it relates to the story of Colonel Samuel Smith: Crowder, Norman K. Early Ontario Settlers, A Source Book. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1993. Fernow, Berthold, ed. Documents relating to the Colonial History of the […]