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Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada – June 6, 2016 CBC report

A June 6, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada.” The subhead reads: “Ice-free corridor through Alberta became habitable, opened to travel 13,000 to 13,400 years ago.” As well, a June 9, 2016 talk at Lambton House (doors open at 7:00 pm) is entitled: “Exploring the […]


Elton Crescent in Long Branch is named after J.O. Elton, reeve of Long Branch and brother of architect Gresely Elton

A May 12, 2016 Globe and Mail article is entitled: “Fewer listings in Toronto’s housing market make for a bitter spring.” The article includes a photo with the following caption: “This house at 5 Elton Cres., with an asking price of $1,559,800, has been transformed from a bungalow into two stories built around a central […]


May 28, 2016 Small Arms Jane’s Walk. What is a Jane’s Walk? I don’t know. That’s what I like about Jane’s Walk.

What is a Jane’s Walk? A May 1, 2016 message from Jane’s Walk reads: “Every single one of us has a story, an opinion, a question, or a dream about where they live, work, and play. And every Jane’s Walk is a catalyst for doing something about it.” I’ve been involved with leading and/or organizing […]


Long Branch Fest Community Storytelling Panel – 8:00 pm, June 13, 2015, corner Twenty Ninth and Lake Shore

Long Branch Fest Community Storytelling Panel June 13, 2015 8pm onward Music will be provided by Hayley Ryerson and Anthony Savidge between talks. Currently finishing her Bachelor of Music at Humber College, Hayley Ryerson is a fiddler and violinist who lives in Etobicoke. Her home studio, One Tune At A Time, is now accepting students […]


Oral History and Digital Storytelling Centre at Concordia University helps people get their stories together

I have an interest in storytelling – including in the context in which it can potentially find a place at the MCHS 2015 reunion. We’ve briefly referred to storytelling, as it relates to the MCHS 2015 reunion, at recent posts: Discussion continues regarding DJ vs MC question, live music, and projected attendance at MCHS 2015 […]


Anecdotes Shared by Fellow Walkers – May 5, 2014 post by Jaan Pill at Jane’s Walk website

I’ve recently posted a blog item for the Toronto Walks Blog of the Jane’s Walk website. I’ve enjoyed writing this item, because it enables a person to consider the broader issues of interest to anybody who lives close to the Lake Ontario shoreline – in Mississauga, Toronto, or anywhere else along this or any other […]