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Streetcar Crowsnest is first professional performing arts facility of its kind east of DVP JOANNA LAVOIE jlavoie@insidetoronto.com A new cultural and community hub in the heart of Leslieville is officially taking flight. Tonight, the doors of Streetcar Crowsnest will fling open to the public for the very first time for a preview of new Canadian comedy play, "The Wedding Party." The $11-million, 12,000square-foot venue located in the heart of Leslieville at 345 Carlaw Ave. at Dundas Street East is the first professional performing arts facility of its kind east of the Don Valley Parkway. Located on the ground floor of a 330-unit condominium development, the first permanent home of Crow’s Theatre will feature two convertible theatre spaces - the Guloien Theatre and the Scotiabank Community Studio - as well as an as-of-yet-named brasserie/restaurant to be run by east-end restaurateurs John Sinopoli and Erik Joyal. "Building a theatre is like a slow moving weather system," Chris Abraham, the 34-year-old east-end Toronto-based independent

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Les Mallins, president Streetcar Developments, and Chris Abraham, Crow’s theatre artistic director, in the soon-to-open Crow’s Theatre in Leslieville. theatre company’s artistic director, said earlier this week. "It’s amazing that we’re now standing at the doorstep of a whole new era for the company." Abraham, who has served as Crow’s Theatre’s artistic director since 2007, said the reality of a longtime dream coming true re-

ally hit home Friday, Jan. 6 when the cast and crew of the inaugural production arrived to rehearse in the new space. Aside from being a stateof-the-art venue for the performing arts, Abraham said Streetcar Crowsnest also aims to be a community arts hub. Programming will include in-house and

guest/partner theatre productions as well as music, dance, opera, comedy and cabaret shows as well as classes and programming for kids. "We want to be heartbeat of culture in the east end," said Abraham, an awardwinning director who has lived in The Pocket neighbourhood for 14 years.

"We’ve got 11 shows on offer in the next four months and we’re excited to see how the neighbourhood responds. We’re eager to make connections with the community." It’s also an exciting time for Streetcar Developments, the theatre’s naming/lead partner. "We set out on a mission

to turn this corner into something that’s of cultural significance for Leslieville," said Mallins, the company’s president Monday afternoon. "I hope the residents of this building appreciate all of the great things that are going to happen in this space. I also hope members of the community find themselves here on a regular basis." Mallins credited Ward 30 Coun. Paula Fletcher for sharing her desire to infuse some culture and community spirit into the neighbourhood and for introducing them to Crow’s Theatre. "It was unbelievable how much overlap there was. We didn’t even pursue other options," Mallins said. Other financial partners of note include Donald and Irene Guloien, Canadian Heritage’s Cultural Spaces Fund, the City of Toronto, Scotiabank, the Province of Ontario, Bank of Montreal and CIBC. Crow’s Theatre will be fêting its new home in the community with a week of celebrations running Jan. 13 to 19. Visit crowstheatre.com for more information.

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Councillor excited about new role as Parks chair Mary-Margaret McMahon expecting busy next two years JOANNA LAVOIE jlavoie@insidetoronto.com

claim local green spaces are other areas McMahon said she’d be working on in her new role. McMahon also said she’s looking forward to working closely with the city’s yet-to-be-hired chief resiliency officer on climate change issues. "We need to ensure the city’s ready for what’s coming down the pipe from Mother Nature," she said, pointing to efforts she’ll be making to help take care of the city’s most vulnerable residents like setting up more cooling and warming centres during extreme temperatures, and working to en-

sure better food security. McMahon also said she’d continue working to set up a vulnerable person registry, a plan she first proposed following the December 2013 ice storm. Mayor John Tory appointed McMahon as the chair of the city’s Parks and Environment Committee Tuesday, Dec. 6. Previously, she served on the Executive Committee as the vice-chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee. The Parks and Environment Committee met for the first time under McMahon’s leadership Friday, Jan. 6.

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Beaches-East York representative said during an interview earlier this week. McMahon, who is in her second and final term as a Toronto city councillor, said she expects the next two years to be very busy with several major projects in the works, notably Rail Deck Park and The Bentway. "It’s going to be a long arduous process but it’s exciting. We need to get it going," she said. Replenishing, protecting and planning for the future of Toronto’s tree canopy as well as helping empower people to re-


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Toronto police reform ushered in with hope, skepticism The City of Toronto is preparing for some substantial changes on a number of fronts. Budget consultations are underway and residents are signing up by the dozen to appeal to decision-makers to maintain funding for programming. Toronto Council is considering some new revenue tools to provide some of that funding, with road tolls, a hotel tax and very possibly more in place. And then there’s policing. Change has been very slow to manifest itself within the ranks of the Toronto Police Service (TPS). There is indication that some is on the way. In an interview with crime reporter Andrew Palamarchuk this week, Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders outlines what some of those changes will look like: removing crossing guard responsibilities from TPS and amalgamating various police divisions among them. A report on modernizing the force is finally bringing about the change we’ve wanted to see for a long time from police who have a reputation for heel dragging when it comes to reform and economy. The chief describes this change as "exponential" on the one hand. On the other, he makes it clear that it won’t happen overnight. Forgive us for wishing that it would. It would have been nice, for instance, to see the controversial carding policy change more quickly. Changes have finally come into effect, on Jan. 1. Information from past carding interactions – targeting a group consisting disproportionately of young black men – will now be more difficult to access. Critics arguing that the information should simply be deleted are persuasive. It’s been slow going on this issue – under both Saunders and his predecessor Bill Blair. The Toronto Police Services Board, headed by Mayor John Tory, hasn’t done much to accelerate matters. Will Toronto’s police service be any quicker to implement the "exponential change" that Saunders insists is coming? It’s tough not to be skeptical, but it would be unduly cynical not to be hopeful. We are in a time of change in the governance of our city. Money is tight. Our leaders have made expensive choices to spend what we’ve got in areas other than policing. Toronto’s police service will have to adapt to that change, and it’s got a blueprint as to how to do so. It remains to be seen whether its leadership is also seized by the urgency. We hope that it is.

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Are hookah bars really a health threat? Is there a limit to what the City of Toronto can do to keep you safe? Karim Raja Fallah and Maher Hamarneh think so. Both own hookah lounges where customers - mostly young men, but people of all ages - smoke herbal mixtures called shisha through water pipes. The city says that’s unhealthy. It banned hookah use in all licensed places, and only a case to be heard at Ontario’s Appeal Court stands between such businesses and what their owners believe is financial ruin. Lounge owners say they make 90 per cent of their money through shisha. So, the city’s ban is like going to a store selling only cheese, and banning cheese, Fallah says. Yes, shisha smoking is a

MIKE ADLER Edges of Toronto bit unhealthy, the men admit; but so is fast food, alcohol, and car exhaust. "You smell air, you get harm," Hamarneh argues. There are bars, marijuana dispensaries, and doughnut shops aplenty in Toronto. Fallah says that’s fine. "If a person is an adult, they can do what they want." Before the ban, the city’s health department report-

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ed shisha smoking was growing more popular among young Torontonians, but few were aware of the health risks. Owners, including Hamarneh, believe benefits of such businesses as social spots outweigh whatever harm is done by smoke. Hookah bars have clustered in commercial areas such as East Danforth and Wexford Heights in Scarborough - with a Middle Eastern flavour. The ban is set to deliver them an economic wallop. "This is our culture. And you believe in multiculture? It’s not multiculture, it’s favouritism," Harmarneh says. Years ago, the city banned sales and possession of shark fins - a status food at Chinese weddings -

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DAVID NICKLE dnickle@insidetoronto.com Toronto Public Health is pushing ahead to open three safe injection sites for intravenous drug users now that the Ontario government has confirmed funding for the city council-approved project. Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins told Mayor John Tory Jan. 9 that the funding is in place for the sites in downtown Toronto, the east end and the west end, and has also communicated to the federal government that the funding is in place. The opening of the sites will still hinge on federal approval of each of the sites. But in an interview on Jan. 6, Liberal Trinity Spadina MP Adam Vaughan said federal inspection of the sites will be completed as quickly as 24 hours after the city requests. "If the city comes across

any requirement that needs on-site inspection, we’re on standby to provide that in 24 hours," said Vaughan. "The commitment to get these open is crystal clear. There is no federal slowdown on this issue." The announcement came Jan. 9 as Mayor John Tory sat down with Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health (Acting) Dr. Barbara Yaffe and officials from the city, public health, the Coroner’s Office and other stakeholders for the first meeting of the Toronto Overdose Early Warning and Alert Partnership. The partnership is being formed in particular to deal with a spreading crisis of opioid abuse - in particular, the drug fentanyl, which can cause death in minute doses and killed more than 100 people in Vancouver in November 2016 alone. The numbers are likely smaller in Toronto, but because of the way that statis-

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EVENTS O Thursday, January 12 Scottish Country Dance - Beginner Lessons WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. CONTACT: 416-534-0516, www. dancescottish.ca, paulbarber48@ gmail.com COST: Free Learn Scottish country dancing to keep fit, have fun and make friends. No partner or experience needed.More info including contacts www.dancescottish.ca

O Saturday, January 14 Family Storytime WHEN: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. WHERE: Riverdale Library, 370 Broadview Ave. CONTACT: , 416393-7720 COST: Free Stories, songs and rhymes for children from birth to age 6 and their caregivers. Drop in, no registration required. Open Houses WHEN: 11 a.m. to WHERE: Various venues, East-end CONTACT: 416-405-8914, julie.dabrusin@ parl.gc.ca COST: Free

O GET CONNECTED Visit insidetoronto.com/events to submit your own community events for online publishing. Toronto-Danforth Liberal MP Julie Dabrusin hosting community pop-up locations throughout riding Jan. 12, 18, 21 and 24 plus consultation on self-care products Jan. 14. See website for times and locations.

O Monday, January 16 Baby Time WHEN: 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. WHERE: Jones Branch Public Library, 118 Jones Ave. CONTACT: Liza, 416-393-7715 COST: Free Bouncing and tickling rhymes, songs and stories for babies from birth to 18 months with their parents and caregivers. Drop in. Daycares, please call to register for story time. Mondays starting Jan. 16.

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WHEN: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. WHERE: Jones Branch Public Library, 118 Jones Ave. CONTACT: Teresa, 416-393-7715 COST: Free Join the Jones Book Club to discuss Anne Tyler’s “Vinegar Girl”, and meet new literary-minded friends. Meet up every third Thursday of the month. Scottish Country Dance - Beginner Lessons WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. CONTACT: 416-534-0516, www. dancescottish.ca, paulbarber48@ gmail.com COST: Free Learn Scottish country dancing to keep fit, have fun and make friends. No partner or experience needed. More information including contacts at www.dancescottish.ca.

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4 things to do this weekend O Friday, January 13 Next Stage Theatre Festival WHEN: 5 p.m. WHERE: Factory Theatre Box Office, 125 Bathurst St. CONTACT: general@fringetoronto.com COST: $15-$10 Run by the Toronto Fringe, NSTF features 10 of the best indie theatre companies in Canada. Until Sunday. The Secret Garden WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. WHERE: Trinity St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. CONTACT: info@ podiumconcerts.com COST: $39-$79 In concert until Sunday, performances only at the newly renovated and acoustically enhanced Trinity-St. Paul Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall with a world-class orchestra.

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