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Over the past 25 years, the Canadian Stuttering Association has developed four key principles of community self-organizing

I was very pleased to have the opportunity to attend the CSA 25 Anniversary Conference on Oct. 22, 2016 in Toronto. As I have noted in a comment at the end of the blog post you are now reading, I was very impressed with the conference, which included a first-rate, highly informative keynote presentation by the Honourable […]

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Networking drives community self-organizing

The development of the Preserved Stories website is a result of networking and serendipity. Serendipity refers to situations in which happy and unexpected discoveries are made by accident. I didn’t give much thought to networking until some years ago. My involvement with it began in a structured, thought-out way after I retired from teaching in […]

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Councillor Mark Grimes sums it up, prior to Nov. 14, 2017 Etobicoke York Community Council vote, regarding Long Branch Character Guidelines

A previous post is entitled: On Nov. 14, 2017, Etobicoke York Community Council unanimously adopted Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines; on Jan. 31, 2018, Toronto Council also unanimously adopted them The following transcript is part of a package of links appearing at the above-noted previous post regarding the Nov. 14, 2017 meeting at which the Etobicoke […]

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Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines public meeting is on Sept. 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm, at the Ken Cox Community Centre

Etobicoke Guardian article regarding SvN Architects + Planners SvN Architects + Planners is involved with development of the ongoing Long Branch Urban Design Guidelines pilot project. A Sept. 19, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Firm wins Toronto design award for Six Points’ junction transformation: Pedestrians, cyclists included in expanded public realm design.” A Sept. 13, […]

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Long Branch Fest Community Storytelling Panel – 8:00 pm, June 13, 2015, corner Twenty Ninth and Lake Shore

Long Branch Fest Community Storytelling Panel June 13, 2015 8pm onward Music will be provided by Hayley Ryerson and Anthony Savidge between talks. Currently finishing her Bachelor of Music at Humber College, Hayley Ryerson is a fiddler and violinist who lives in Etobicoke. Her home studio, One Tune At A Time, is now accepting students […]