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Details about a “vanished” school, Grand Avenue School in Humber Bay, Etobicoke

I have a subscription for email updates from For King and Country, an ongoing project of the Geneological Society, Toronto Branch; some previous posts about the project include: For King and Country is an ongoing project of the Geneological Society, Toronto Branch Toronto Family History: For King and Country online link (with thanks to Ward 3, TDSB Trustee […]

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Étienne Brûlé / First Nations event took place on Sept. 13, 2015 at 222 Riverside Drive

Updates: An April 15, 2016 Globe and Mail article by Bob Rae is entitled: “Attawapiskat is not alone: Suicide crisis is national problem.” An April 23, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “West-end residents call for traffic light after fatal crash: Neighbour describes ‘mind-bogglingly horrendous bang’ as car hits building near Jane and Bloor.” A Sept. 27, […]

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Schedule of Lost River Walks in Toronto

You can find the schedule here. Below is information from the Lost River web page that you can access at the link in the previous sentence. You can access the live links by going to the above-noted web page, which is part of the Toronto Green Community website. Sunday, May 19, 2013, 2 pm – Daylighting […]

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Supplementary questions from Ruth Grier, as follow-up to Peter Riedel’s quiz question regarding Humber Bay Shores

Update A July 7, 2016 post is entitled: On July 12, 2016 Toronto City Council Agenda: Investigation Report Regarding Conduct of Ward 6 Councillor Mark Grimes [End of update]   As  follow-up to the quiz question regarding Humber Bay Shores posed by Peter Riedel, Ruth Grier has added the following questions. Supplementary questions: How did […]

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Riding Into Battle: Canadian Cyclists in the Great War (Mississauga South Historical Society presentation – Tuesday November 27th @ 7 PM Lorne Park Library, 1474 Truscott Road)

Following message is from Jonathan Giggs, President, Mississauga South Historical Society Please join the Mississauga South Historical Society on Tuesday November 27th at 7 PM at the Lorne Park Library (1474 Truscott Road).  Map:  https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Lorne+Park+Library/@43.530995,-79.6299407,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x882b443fd43c6d29:0x4cf975c8d01e4175!8m2!3d43.530995!4d-79.627752 Author and Professor Ted Glenn will speak about his new book Riding Into Battle: Canadian Cyclists in the Great War.  The […]