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Steve Nazar, who moved from Alderwood (Toronto) to Duncan, British Columbia, comments on what drives people out of Toronto

In previous posts, I’ve shared views about the destruction of the neighbourhood character of Long Branch (Toronto not New Jersey). Among the posts are the following recent ones: Comment from Susan Virtue: May 4, 2015 “Character of Long Branch” meeting at The Assembly Hall Comment from Susan Albert: May 4, 2015 “Character of Long Branch” […]


Everybody’s story matters: Speaking notes for Sept. 1, 2018 Nordic Meeting (for people who stutter) in Tallinn, Estonia

Update: A second post, regarding this talk, is entitled: Draft No. 2 of speaking notes: Sept. 1, 2018 Tallinn talk [End]   Between 1988 and 2003, over a period of 15 years, I did a lot of volunteer work on behalf of people who stutter. Sometimes, I would work at this night and day. These […]


Lot-splitting in Alderwood: Message from an Alderwood resident

Please note: I have hyphenated the word “lot-splitting” in the heading for this post, but (given that I have many other things to do today) have not added hyphens in the text that follows. * Please contact Jaan Pill through this website if you wish to get in touch with Tracy Hatten Tracy Hatten of Alderwood […]


Report by David Godley: Community Consultation, Development Permit System

I’ve recently posted a report by Steve Nazar regarding a PDS (Development Planning System) meeting that he attended. The following text is by David Godley; it concerns community consultation in the City of Toronto, and the Development Permit System:   Introduction Congratulations to the Planning Department on taking the initiative in presenting the Development Permit […]


“Reset TO” – March 18, 2014 Open House and Public Meeting at Etobicoke Civic Centre. Also that day: Lakeview Waterfront Community Workshop

Text from City of Toronto website The following text, featuring information about upcoming Open Houses, is from the Reset TO page at the City of Toronto website (the page also includes a a Reset TO toolkit in PDF format): To “reset” means to begin again with the same basic principles or context while following a […]


Point of information regarding Local Appeal Body notifications

I am pleased to share the following information, from Councillor Mark Grimes’ office, in reference to a comment made in an earlier blog post concerning notifications related to the ongoing Local Appeal Body consultation meetings. The information about the LAB consultations has been on Councillor Grimes’ website since February 2014. The notifications about the Local […]


Report from Geoff Kettel regarding March 3, 2014 Local Appeal Body Consultation at North York Civic Centre

I’ve previously posted comments from Steve Nazar concerning a Local Appeal Body consultation that he attended on Feb. 18, 2014. I’m pleased to share with you as well the following report from Geoff Kettel: Local Appeal Body Public Consultation North York Civic Centre March 3 2014, 7pm Billed as a consultation on the establishment of […]