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Long Branch: A Jane’s Walk Bike Tour – another outstanding Jane’s Walk event, led by David Juliusson on May 6, 2018

Click here for previous posts about Jane’s Walk > I much enjoyed a recent heritage ride entitled “Long Branch: A Jane’s Walk Bike Tour,” led by David Juliusson with the support, and backing, of the Etobicoke South Cycling Committee and the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association. The event took place on May 6, 2018 starting at […]

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May 5, 2018 Long Branch Jane’s Walk led by Etobicoke Lakeshore MPP Peter Milczyn was an outstanding success

The May 5, 2018 “Evolution of Long Branch Park (Starting 1884)” Jane’s Walk was an outstanding success on every level. MPP Peter Milczyn, who led the walk, found our Speaking Notes highly valuable, in providing an outline for each Stop along the way. As well, he added details, related to the evolution of Long Branch Park – including […]

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May 5, 2018 “Evolution of Long Branch Park” Jane’s Walk led by MPP Peter Milczyn features Seven Stops

The following posts (see links below), regarding MPP Peter Milczyn’s May 5, 2018 Jane’s Walk, are a work in progress. To them I will, in time, add brief stories appearing as separate posts, based on archival resources, related to the Evolution of Long Branch Park (starting 1884): First Stop – Long Branch Ave. & Lake […]

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Fifth Stop – Long Branch Park Gazebo: May 5, 2018 “Evolution of Long Branch Park” Jane’s Walk

From this park, looking west we can see the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project in Mississauga, to be renamed the Jim Tovey Waterfront Connection project. The latter project involves use of landfill to extend the Lakeview waterfront some ways into Lake Ontario, with rebuilding of area wetlands proceeding at the same time. Once completed, the entire […]

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Third Stop – Heritage Tree at Park Blvd. & Long Branch Ave.: May 5, 2018 Jane’s Walk

A May 2, 2018 Etobicoke Guardian article, highlighting a key feature of the Third Stop, is entitled: “Long Branch’s towering red oak designated a Heritage Tree: Heritage Trees are protected by one-of-a-kind bylaw in Ontario.” A ceremony was held on April 30, 2018, as the article notes, at which a 200-year-old red oak tree, at […]