As Erving Goffman has noted, what goes on in gambling establishments and risk-taking situations in general is worth close study

Landmark maple tree in Long Branch could soon be cut down to make way for new house: CBC News, June 2, 2021

Toronto has launched city-wide “missing middle” housing project, as Michael Mizzi explains at November 18, 2020 Long Branch Neighbourhood Association AGM

‘It would be a shame’: Owner proposing to split historic house at 182 Queens Ave. and build two homes: March 15, 2021 Etobicoke Guardian article

Heritage Toronto, Heritage Planning, and the Toronto Heritage Board: Similar in name, but not in mandate

Committee of Adjustment hearing (deferred on Feb. 23, 2021) regarding 182 Queens Ave., Mimico, will now take place on March 23, 2021. Deadline for letters (PDF format): March 16 at 4:30 pm.

If you live outside of Long Branch, and support the objectives of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association, you can join as an associate (non-voting) member

Michael Mizzi, a senior planning manager at the City of Toronto, was guest speaker at Long Branch Neighbourhood Association AGM, Nov. 18, 2020 – TRANSCRIPT

Michael Mizzi, a senior planning manager at City of Toronto, spoke about “missing middle” at Nov. 18, 2020 Long Branch Neighbourhood Association AGM

77 Thirty Fifth Street TLAB decision warrants a close read: ‘From a planning perspective, it is not desirable nor appropriate to allow a development at the expense of damage (if not removal) of two mature trees that are not on the Subject Property’