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group of east-end enthusiasts have banded together to promote the virtues of the east-side food scene. The East End Dinner Club is a collection of chefs and small business owners from primarily Leslieville and Riverside who are working to promote the culinary offerings of their community. “We want to show people what the east end has to offer,” said Rachel Conduit, the co-owner of Riverside bar The Avro. “The conversation started a while back talking about how the east end gets a bad rap when it comes to the restaurant scene.” The club kicked off with a dinner at the end of April at Skin & Bones on Queen Street East with six chefs working in one kitchen to prepare a six-course feast for the more than 50 guests

who attended. “It was really interesting to look into the kitchen and see all the chefs working together,” Conduit said. Jon Sinopoli is one of the chefs who is a part of the club and who took part in the first event. He owns two Leslieville restaurants and said he is happy to be part of something promoting the east end. “It’s about building awareness of a neighbourhood that isn’t new, but that is newly appointed with a lot of nice places to go,” he said. “It’s a different vibe down here, it’s less crowded and more community based. It’s very friendly.” But the club isn’t just about chefs promoting their own restaurants and abilities. The group is hoping to use the East End Dinner Club as an umbrella organization for a variety of food-related events and activities in the neighbourhood, things such as community gardens, a farmers’

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market or a food festival in a local park. “We thought it was something we could build on,” Sinopoli said. The events will also be used as fundraising activities to encourage others to get involved in celebrating food and, in particular, participating in the local food

movement. The first event saw proceeds go to the Field to Table Schools (FTTS) program run by FoodShare, the Toronto non-profit community organization that has a vision of good healthy food for all. The FTTS program aims to encourage food education

in schools with hands-on workshops and activities. It has already created an urban farm in the front yard of a Scarborough high school and is looking to create another on the roof of Eastdale Collegiate Institute on Gerrard Street. Sinopoli has been involved with FoodShare in the past and decided the project at Eastdale was a great one for club organizers to support – it is a neighbourhood school and a great food education project. “I know how effective those programs are – they are basically teaching students how to farm,” he said. “We (club organizers) think it’s a great group of people and we’re glad to support it.” Justin Nadeau, FoodShare’s school food garden co-ordinator, said the support of local chefs is a great boost for the project, which hasn’t officially been approved yet.

“Not only are the funds incredibly helpful, but the collaboration is also really exciting,” he said. “We are over the moon with their support.” If the project gets the green light there would be numerous partnership possibilities including local restaurants purchasing some of the produce that would be grown by the students and maybe holding a future club event adjacent to the farm on the school’s roof. “There’s no limit to where this can go,” Nadeau said. The first club event featured a range of people from locals to food bloggers and other chefs to celebrities. Nadeau also attended the evening and he said the initiative has great potential. “It was unbelievable,” he said. “The food was awesome.” For details, visit www. facebook.com/pages/ East-End-DinnerClub/480314685354923

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hould a provincial election come before summer – and we’re still waiting to see whether Ontario’s New Democrats will support the budget put forward by the minority Liberals on May 2 – transit must be at the forefront of the debate for Torontonians. Toronto council’s decision last week not to endorse any of the proposed revenue tools for transit expansion can be taken as an indication it is not keen on working with other stakeholders – including other municipalities – until after a provincial election. At best, it’s a non-commital stance. When it came time to consider those tools, Toronto council rejected all but two, and even then offered no opinion on those. In addition, council voted to ask the province for funds for a westward expansion of the Sheppard subway and the conversion of the Scarborough Rapid Transit line to an extension of the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Neither of these projects (the our view Scarborough project is currently as an upgrade and extenTransit vision funded sion of the existing RT line) are listed as a priority of Metrolinx, has to be the provincial transportation made clear agency. The city’s position on transit funding is at distinct odds with the positions recently put forward by Metrolinx, other municipalities and organizations such as the Toronto Region Board of Trade, who agree that if we want transit expansion, we must find a way to pay for it. So what does this all mean? It means if Ontario is plunged into an election, it is incumbent on Torontonians to hold the candidates and their parties to account. We must ask them: What is their vision for transit’s future in Toronto? How do they intend to fund the necessary expansion to relieve our gridlocked roadways? How will responsibility for cost recovery be allocated? These are hard questions. They demand thoughtful answers. We recently wrote in this space about how these proposed revenue tools are “gaining traction with influential decision-making groups and the public that is willing to pay for better transit.” We need to be part of that discussion so Toronto’s council is actively proposing solutions – not just demanding more funds. A provincial election campaign, should it happen, is the ultimate opportunity to have your say.

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More legislative futility at city hall On Monday, six members of Toronto council had a look at possible changes to the way they’re elected. City clerk’s staff had come out with a range of ways to make the process more open, to make sure that as many residents as possible are enfranchised, to make the best choice for representing their needs and aspirations. The committee would have none of it: all the recommendations lost on a tie vote. It was a depressingly familiar moment of legislative futility at city hall. The week previous, council had similarly failed to present a coherent opinion on funding for the public transit expansion that Toronto needs. Over the course of two days, councillors collectively rejected nearly every funding option set in front of them. And then asked for hundreds of millions of dollars of new transit projects. Now, council supports to spending another $500 mil-

david nickle the city lion to turn the Scarborough RT mini-subway into a fullblown subway and another subway line connecting Downsview station to Yonge-Sheppard station. The transit asks are absurd practically, but useful politically. York Centre Councillor James Pasternak joined council with the narrowest of electoral margins, and he did so in part on a pledge to see that subway connection built. Scarborough Centre Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker was elected more handily in 2010, but has made a name for himself opposing Mayor Rob Ford’s “Scarborough” subway. He knows full well that many of their constituents voted for Ford because of his subway promise. Opposing subway expansion in Scarborough is going to hurt at least their victory

margins, and could see them out of a job. The fact that both positions – the mayor’s and council’s – amount to little more than expensive and unproductive pandering is beside the point. Under the current electoral system, pandering is the most effective weapon in the campaign arsenal. Would changing the electoral system resolve Toronto’s transit gridlock issues? By itself, it’s unlikely. But the reality is that for a variety of reasons, Toronto council has descended to a level of opportunism that if allowed to persist, will render it all but irrelevant in the lives of Torontonians. It might make sense to see if there’s a better way to have a government that reflects both the will and the needs of Toronto. All the evidence suggests that the current system has not done so.

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three days a month for three hours either on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday late May until early October and one training day for two hours during May 20 or 27. For details, contact Coreen Jones at cjones@srchc.om or call

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Applegrove Spa Night WHEN: 6 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Applegrove Community Complex, 60 Woodfield Rd. CONTACT: Applegrove Community Centre, 416461-8143 COST: Free Applegrove SPA Night, a fundraiser featuring minifacials, massage, manicures and fun classes with local health and wellness practitioners. Refreshments, a chocolate fountain and a silent auction. For ticket info, contact 416-461-8143 or visit www.applegrovecc. ca/spa Environment Day WHEN: 3 to 7 p.m. WHERE: Ted Reeve Arena, 175 Main St. Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon hosts her Environment Day.

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Small Paintings for Small Spaces WHEN: 3 to 8 p.m. WHERE: The Historic Gardener’s Cottage, 30 Lee Ave. CONTACT: info@BeachGuildofFineArt. com The Beach Guild of Fine Art’s Spring Show and Sale today and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. featuring paintings by more than 40 of the Guild artists. Original small paintings, with none over $250. Free admission.

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Beach Viszla Spring Walk WHEN: 7:30 a.m. WHERE: Kew Gardens Tennis Club, 77 Kewbeach Ave. Meet at the Kew Tennis Courts and loop around Ashbridges Bay and back. Red whirling dirvishes and lots of fun. Community Centre 55 and GTA Rollergirls event WHEN: 4:30 p.m. WHERE: Community Centre 55, 97 Main St. Join Community Centre 55 and the GTA Rollergirls for a barbecue and bake sale followed by Free Wheelin event at 6 p.m. (game at 7 p.m.) at Ted Reeve Arena, 175 Main St. Admission is by food for CC55 or $5 donation for the Heart and

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Leslie Street construction planning followup meeting WHEN: 6:30 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Morse Jr. Public School, 180 Carlaw Ave. A followup community meeting to present an improved plan for additional input for Leslie Street takes place at 6:30 to 7 p.m. for an open house and from 7 to 9 p.m. for a presentation and discussion. A consultation report is now posted at www.lesliebarns. ttc.ca, summarizing the community meeting held March 27.

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David Livingston-Lowe, left, Kim Antonius, Jack Peabody, 12, Jason Zhang, 12, Alexandra Richardson, 12, Susana Molinolo, Erika Bullen, 12, Nicola Maguire, Alysa Golden and Dawn Chapman at Fairmount Park Friday. A one-time farmers’ market is set for May 29 to gauge interest in a weekly market.

Maguire, youths will paint a mural on a graffiti-covered shed in the park during the market. Children attending the event can paint wooden cutouts that will be added to the shed, and a fence behind. Guests are welcome to bring an acoustic instrument to play along with live music from Beyond the Beat, a bucket or wheelbarrow to take home free mulch and a picnic blanket to stay and enjoy the day. People can also get free gardening and tree-care tips from expert growers at the event, which takes place rain or shine. Canning workshops Organizers are planning canning workshops for dates following the market, to help guests preserve purchases. Workshop times and dates have not been finalized. Through its Facebook page, people can also suggest vendors they would like to see at the market, and connect with organizers for volunteer information. Several student volunteers from nearby Bowmore

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Road Junior and Senior Public School will help at the market, assisting vendors, farmers and activity stations. Organizers hope to expand volunteer opportunities to students from other schools. Antonius encouraged people to walk or bike to the market if possible, and spend the afternoon enjoying all it has to offer. “It’s a wonderful way to support your community, and meet your neighbours,” she said. “It’s a great way to show support for the farmers who are working really hard to bring the spring harvest to us, and the vendors who are considerate of where their food comes from, using sustainable, fresh, local food.”

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BASEMENT FLOODS ARE ON THE RISE. DON’T LET YOUR BASEMENT BE NEXT. Together we can stop heavy rainfall, melting snow and runoff from ending up in your basement. At the City, we’re doing our part by continually updating and maintaining Toronto’s complex underground pipes, sewers p and catch basins. Now it’s your turn. Here are ar some tips to help you flood-proof your home.

FORUM AT EXHIBITION PLACE wACCESSIBILITY Last week at Exhibition Place, The TTC held its annual accessibility forum giving transit riders an opportunity to provide feedback on mobility issues. As a panel of TTC brass listened, the forum attendees were given an opportunity to provide comments on service, their comments projected onto to a screen. While many praised the TTC and Wheel-Trans for providing good service, others also shared their concerns, which ranged from technical difficulties ordering transport to having to deal with ablebodied passengers sitting in seats designated for the disadvantaged. Following the forum, TTC CEO Andy Byford promised to spend a day in a wheelchair to gain some understanding of what mobility-challenged riders deal with traversing the TTC. The undertaking was organized by the TTC and the Advisory Committee on Accessible Transit (ACAT)

rahul gupta TO in TRANSIT which works with the transit commission on disability issues. elevators wstation could be affected

Mobility challenged subway riders may find themselves in a quandary if an ongoing work stoppage by non-TTC elevator maintenance workers stretches further into the month. To find the status of a station elevator contact the TTC’s Lift Line at 416-5395438 or visit ttc.ca CONTEST FOR wART QUEENS QUAY RENO

Waterfront Toronto is set to announce the winners of an international public art contest for its three sites in the West Donlands. The planning agency, which has representatives from all three levels of government in its board, has appointed a jury of design experts to judge the submissions for three separate

sites along Front Street. Waterfront Toronto, which is also working with the TTC to complete a $100 million renovation of Queens Quay, wants the art installations completed in time for the 2015 Pan American Games. The results are expected by the end of the month. To view the concepts under consideration visit www. waterfronttoronto.ca ‘BENDY’ BUS HITS wNEW STREET FOR DEMO

The first of a fleet of articulated buses set to service the streets of Toronto was spotted last week. A picture of the 60 foot “bendy” bus, was released for public consumption via social media showing the Nova Bus manufactured vehicle, which is distinguished by a pivoting joint dividing two separate seating sections. The TTC has ordered around 150 of the buses expected to begin service this fall. Rahul Gupta is The Mirror’s transit reporter. His column runs every Thursday. Reach him on Twitter: @TOinTRANSIT

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Fix cracks in your foundation.

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Clear debris from eavestroughs and downspouts.

Install a sump pump to remove excess water.

Install a backwater valve to prevent water and sewage from backing up.

Divert your downspouts away from the foundation.

For more information on flood-proofing your home, go to toronto.ca/water

Following the success of the 55 Division’s Wanted W e d n e s d a y, 1 1 Division launched their own version of the initiative dubbed Wanted Ones. Wanted Ones is a weekly news release profiling a person with an outstanding warrant for their arrest. It is sent out to media

and also pushed on social media sites such as facebook and Twitter. The aim is to find the suspect, execute the warrant and have the matter heard in court, said Det.-Sgt. Tony Diviesti of 11 Division. Const. Rob Mc D o n a l d , a social media officer with the criminal investigations bureau, started Wanted Wednesday

in 55 Division, which polices neighbourhoods in the area of Riverdale, the Beach and east Danforth in September 2012. Wanted Wednesdays began in September 2012. E v e r y We d n e s d a y, McDonald profiles a wanted person on Twitter and facebook. Follow McDonald on Twitter @tpsofficerrob Visit www.torontopolice. on.ca/d55 for details about Wanted Wednesdays and more.

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DANCE AT THE LIBRARY: Left, The Little Pea Garden Collective’s Cindy Yip performs a traditional Chinese folk dance during the Chinese Cultural Workshops held Saturday at the Riverdale Public Library. Above, Buu-Van Quach, left, joins Little Pea Garden Collective’s Theresa Fung and Sabrina Wang in a traditional Chinese Dance demonstration in celebration of Asian Heritage Month.

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It’s the first long weekend – bring out the barbecue 12 oz (375 g) salmon fillet 1 cup Honey tarragon dressing, below 8 cups mixed salad greens (mesclun) 1 lb asparagus (1 bunch) 8 to 12 small potatoes 1 yellow pepper, quartered Extra-virgin olive oil Salt and pepper

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2/3 cup mayonnaise 1 tbsp each maple syrup and lemon zest 2 tsp fresh lemon juice Salt and pepper, to taste

Try the grilled asparagus salad, left, or, above, the spicy smashed potatoes this weekend.

Honey tarragon dressing

2 tbsp white wine vinegar 1 tbsp Dijon mustard, liquid honey and lemon juice 1 tsp dried tarragon leaves 1/2 tsp salt 1/4 tsp pepper 1/3 cup extra-virgin olive or vegetable oil

Brush salmon with 1 tbsp dressing, set aside. Place greens in bowl. Snap ends of asparagus. Toss asparagus, potatoes and yellow pepper with a little olive oil; season with salt and pepper to taste. Place salmon and vegetables on greased grill over medium to medium-high heat; grill until vegetables are tender and salmon is opaque 20 to 30 minutes. Slice salmon, asparagus and

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1/2 cup bread crumbs 1 egg, lightly beaten 4 green onions, minced 1 tbsp barbecue sauce salt and pepper, to taste

Grilled asparagus, salmon and potato salad

pepper and potatoes into bitesize pieces. Add to salad greens. Add small amount of dressing and toss well. Serve immediately. Dressing: In small bowl, whisk together vinegar, mustard, honey and lemon juice. Add tarragon, salt and pepper. Slowly whisk in oil. Re-whisk just before serving. ~ Recipe, Foodland Ontario Spiced smashed potatoes 1 lb new mini potatoes 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil 1/4 cup chopped fresh Italian parsley 1 long hot chili pepper, chopped 1 tbsp coriander seeds 2 tsp chopped fresh thyme

2 tbsp chopped fresh coriander 1/2 tsp coarse salt

Using flat side of meat mallet, crack each potato to break the skin. In large shallow Dutch oven on side burner of the barbecue, add oil and heat over medium low heat. Add potatoes, parsley, chili pepper, coriander seeds and thyme. Cover and cook, stirring frequently, for about 30 minutes or until potatoes are tender and golden. Add fresh coriander and salt and stir to combine before serving. Smoky Salmon Burgers 1 lb boneless, skinless salmon, finely chopped

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Combine the brown sugar and beer with the barbecue sauce in a saucepan and heat to boil. Reduce to low to simmer. Season the beef with salt and pepper and divide into shape into four patties. Place patties in fridge for 15 minutes. Cook on high for about six minutes per side. Add sauce.

5 oz Salvador’s Original Margarita Ice cubes lime garnish and sea salt for rimming

Rim margarita glass with fresh lime then dip in coarse sea salt. Pour Salvador’s Original Margarita on the rocks. Add juice of fresh lime for extra tartness. Serve with a lime wedge. Experiment with seasonal berries and fruit to make your own signature margarita. Note: Real margarita aficionados serve the cocktail over ice, not in a blender, in order to keep the distinct flavours fresh and authentic. Pearl Flirtini 1 1/2 oz Ultra Premium Pearl Pomegranate Vodka 4 oz chilled champagne Splash of Grenadine

Pour Pearl Pomegranate Vodka into flute and add champagne to fill. Add a splash of grenadine for colour. ~ Recipes courtesy of News Canada

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DOING BUSINESS YOUR WAY DOWNTOWN AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

416 603 9156 • dagcars.ca Scan to visit downtownautomotivegroup.com

2013 HYUNDAI ELANTRA * OWN % IT FOR $ + ONLY

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SELLING PRICE: $14,380♦ ELANTRA L 6-SPEED MANUAL. $3,100 PRICE ADJUSTMENTΩFREIGHT AND FEES INCLUDED. HST EXTRA

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*Lease offer is provided through Lexus Financial Services, on approved credit to qualified retail customers. The $494 per month for 48 months OAC plus HST is offered on a new 2013 ES350 Elegance Edition. A down payment of $5,000 is required and annual security deposit is waived. Annual interest rate is 3.5% over 48 months with a residual value of $18,170.00 at the end of term. $6,208 is due at delivery which includes the first lease payment of $494 and $5000 down payment plus HST are required at delivery. Maximum number of kilometres over lease term is 80,000. A $0.20/km excessive kilometer charge comes into effect after 80,000 km. Limited time offers only apply to retail customers at Lexus Downtown. Dealer order/trade may be required. Offers are subject to change without notice. Offers expire at May month’s end unless extended or revised. Call 416 603 9100 or visit Lexus Downtown for complete details.

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*Nissan Financial Services makes available to retail purchase customers a 0% APR purchase finance offer for up to 84 months or a $4000 Customer cash rebate offer on the purchase of a new 2012 Versa Hatchback from Nissan Downtown. Offer is valid between May 1st and 31st, 2013. Terms and conditions apply. Call 416 975 3800 or visit Nissan Downtown for complete details on this offer.

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*Leasing offers available O.A.C. from Infiniti Financial Services based on a new 2013 Infiniti G37x AWD (G4XG73 /AA00/Luxury A7) with an annual lease rate of 1.9%. Monthly lease of $537 for a 48 month term. Down payment of $0 and first monthly payment required. Buy back is $18,898.50 at end of term. Total lease obligation is $25,776. Cost to finance over term is $2,238.32. Model shown may be different from actual lease vehicle. Lease offers include Delivery and Destination of $1,995. Applicable license fees, insurance registration, PPSA and taxes are excluded. $0 security deposit required. 16,000 km per year allowance applies. Additional charge of $0.15/km applies after 16,000 km. Terms and conditions apply. Offer valid until May 31st, 2013. Call 416 975 2623 or visit Infiniti Downtown for complete details.

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21 Broadview Ave. Toronto, Ontario 416 465 9000 downtownhyundai.com

DOWN PAYMENT

†Finance offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Servic Services based on a new 2013 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual with an annual finance rate of 0% for 84 months. Bi-weekly payments are $79. No down payment required. Cost of Borrowing is $0. Finance offers include Delivery and Destination of $1,495, fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Finance Offers exclude registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. Financing example: 2013 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual for $14,380 at 0% per annum equals $79 bi-weekly for 84 months for a total obligation of $14,380. Cash price is $14,380. Cost of Borrowing is $0. *Purchase, finance or lease an in-stock 2013 Elantra during the Double Savings Event and you will receive one $0.99 per litre Esso Price Privileges Fuel Card (including applicable taxes). The $0.99 per litre Esso Price Privileges Card is issued by Esso and is subject to the terms and conditions of the Esso Price Privileges Fuel Card agreement. All Fuel Cards expire on December 31st, 2013. Fuel cards are valid only at participating Esso retail locations in Canada (excluding British Columbia) and are not redeemable for cash. *♦Offers available for a limited time, and subject to change or cancellation without notice. See Downtown Hyundai or call 416 456 9000 for complete details. Dealer order may be required.

spring fling event

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LEXUS DOWNTOWN

740 Dundas St. E. at DVP Toronto, Ontario 416 603-9100 lexusdowntown.ca

May 16  

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