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’

For anybody interested in oral history, a 2012 paper by Sheyfali Saujani warrants a close read: Empathy and Authority in Oral Testimony: Feminist Debates, Multicultural Mandates, and Reassessing the Interviewer and her “Disagreeable” Subjects

Zoom session about Long Branch and climate change – Thursday, July 23 @ 7 – 8pm followed by Q&A

Important Information to Long Branch Residents about Recent Letters from Builders

Toronto Local Appeal Body decision regarding 80 Twenty Third St. in Long Branch now available

Feb. 27, 2020 message from long Branch Neighbourhood Association regarding Higher Order Transit designation along Lake Shore Blvd. West

Update from Sandy Donald of Long Branch regarding higher order transit corridor along Lake Shore Blvd. West

Open letter from Sandy Donald of Long Branch strongly opposes “higher order transit corridor” designation for South Etobicoke