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New Board of Directors at Small Arms Society features skills in archival research, event planning, cultural planning, marketing, and project management

I’ve discussed the Small Arms Society at a recent post, and will talk about the society in more detail later in the current post. Click here to access the Facebook Page of the Small Arms Society > On a related topic, I’ve recently had the occasion to think about leadership succession and other key ingredients for […]


Sue (Robinson) Brady (MCHS ’64) shares more details about MCHS Alumni in B.C. and elsewhere

At a previous post, entitled Cheryl Vince’s favourite teachers at Malcolm Campbell High School included a principal and a vice-principal, Sue (Robinson) Brady (MCHS ’64) wrote a comment for Cheryl Vince and Ruth MacLeod. The comment from Sue Brady, who was in Mrs. Dunwoodie’s 11B (Latin) class, which I have featured in a separate post, included the […]


Local Attractions (MCHS 2015)

Blue Jays Voice of OK Blue Jays recalls recording famous tune — more than 30 years ago Magna Carta is on display at Fort York, to the east of Old Mill Toronto Magna Carta: Law, Liberty & Legacy Ticket Prices: Adult: $20 / Senior: $15 / Youth/Child: $10 Groups of 20 or more receive 20 […]


September 2015 marks the 400th Anniversary of Étienne Brûlé’s arrival at the mouth of the Humber River

The following message is from Edith George: “The 400th anniversary of the Étienne Brûlé and the Carrying Place Trail will be in September of 2015. The initial meeting of interest groups will be Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. at 12 Division Toronto Police Services. Located at the corner of Trethewey and Black Creek. […]


Veronica Foster the Bren Gun Girl was a non-smoker, except on the occasion of a wartime NFB photo shoot

Old Mill Toronto has a close connection with military history. By way of example, I recently learned, on a CBC The Current broadcast, that Veronica Foster – also known as Ronnie the Bren Gun Girl during the Second World War – performed as a musician at Old Mill Toronto during the postwar years. Despite the […]


Report by David Godley: Community Consultation, Development Permit System

I’ve recently posted a report by Steve Nazar regarding a PDS (Development Planning System) meeting that he attended. The following text is by David Godley; it concerns community consultation in the City of Toronto, and the Development Permit System:   Introduction Congratulations to the Planning Department on taking the initiative in presenting the Development Permit […]