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IS OAKWOOD AND EGLINTON STILL LITTLE JAMAICA? Toronto’s Little Jamaica is changing, no doubt about it, and many residents are starting to feel the area is becoming less Jamaican. But, they also have great hopes for the future, particularly once the Crosstown LRT starts running through the neighbourhood at Oakwood and Eglinton avenues. Staff/Metroland FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/citynews

CITY GETS PROVINCIAL FUNDING FOR SAFE INJECTION SITES 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. David Nickle/Metroland FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/citynews

CULTURAL HOTSPOT TO SHINE A LIGHT ON EAST-END ARTS SCENE

’EXPONENTIAL CHANGE’ COMING TO TORONTO POLICE SERVICE Toronto’s top cop wants to offload non-core police services like the city’s 600 school crossing guards in a year that is expected to see "exponential change" on the force. Andrew Palamarchuk/Metroland l See TORONTO’S, pages 12-13

Following successful runs in Scarborough, North York and Etobicoke, the City of Toronto’s Cultural Hotspot program is now coming to east-end Toronto, where it will celebrate arts and culture in the neighbourhood and create new partnerships. Dan Pearce/Metroland FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/ citynews


GOOD SHEPHERD A LONGTIME ALLY IN COMBATTING HOMELESSNESS For more than half a century, Good Shepherd Ministries has been helping the homeless and underhoused get off the streets in downtown Toronto through shelter beds, the city’s largest free daily meal program and other vital supports. Justin Skinner/Metroland FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/citycentre

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DUFFERIN GROVE MOTHER CREATES DANCE PROGRAM FOR TODDLERS Toddlers between two and four years old now have an opportunity to get out and dance with a new program near Dufferin Grove. Joyful Movement Dance Classes for Toddlers was created by Dufferin Grove resident Sarah Rubenstein. Submitted photo FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/citycentre

ONTARIO PLACE AMPHITHEATRE NOW NAMED BUDWEISER STAGE The Molson Canadian Amphitheatre is no more; call it the Budweiser Stage after Live Nation Canada announced last week a deal with rival brewer Labatt Breweries of Canada. David Cooper/Toronto Star FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/citycentre

THE WOMEN MARCH ON WASHINGTON - AT QUEEN’S PARK Given the rise in hate incidents reported following the U.S. election in November, a group of local women have organized a march Saturday, Jan. 21 to show solidarity with marginalized communities who have been targeted with threats, vandalism and violence. Submitted photo FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/citycentre


FORMER WILLOWDALE RANGER NOW OLDEST LIVING EX-NHL PLAYER With the passing of hockey Hall-of-Famer Wilt Schmidt Jan. 4, John ’Chick’ Webster is believed to be the oldest living ex-NHL player. The 96-year-old, who lives in Mattawa, has ties to Toronto from his days playing with the Willowdale Rangers in the 1960s. Submitted photo FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/northyork

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The 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) is looking for more than 2,000 volunteers when Toronto hosts the event this summer. Local venues include York University for athletics, basketball and volleyball. Nakita Krucker/ Toronto Star FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/northyork

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North York Harvest Food Bank (NYHFB) is hoping to raise $250,000 and collect 250,000 pounds of food for its Winter Food Drive, which launched Thursday, Dec. 1 and wraps up Friday, Jan. 13 while North Yorkbased food rescue organization Second Harvest prepares for its upcoming Hero Day fundraiser. Justin Greaves/Metroland FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/northyork

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A Toronto public space activist is concerned an ongoing review of provincial regulations governing roadside advertising will ultimately result in the proliferation of distracting electronic billboards along major highways, including Highway 401 and the QEW. Justin Greaves/Metroland FULL STORY: www.insidetoronto.com/northyork


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MIKE ADLER Edges of Toronto 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 reported 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 - in part because shark fins had an "adverse impact" on Torontonians’ health. While the worldwide loss of sharks is catastrophic, a judge in decided in 2012 that it wasn’t a municipal issue and threw the ban out. He noted people appealing the fin ban argued it was "a gratuitous insult to the dignity of the Chinese community," since the city hadn’t banned "any other food or clothing products enjoyed by any other ethnic groups." Dozens of Toronto businesses now hope for a similar reprieve.

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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 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

versial 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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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 contro-

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Get active for Canada 150 with ParticipACTION Play List There are 150 activities to enjoy as Canada celebrates

Canadians can celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation while getting a little more active thanks to a

list of 150 activities that celebrate the country’s diversity and variety. On Friday, Jan. 6, ParticipACTION released its 150 Play List featuring a wide array of activities, ranging

from sports to simple movement-based chores such as; mowing the lawn or the quintessentially Canadian task of shovelling snow. "What better way to celebrate Canada turning 150

than getting Canadians to be more active in 150 different ways?" said ParticipACTION president and CEO Elio Antunes. Some of the activities on the list were on display at the

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list’s launch at Nathan Phillips Square on Friday, where participants could take part in hockey, curling and other fun endeavours. One need not be sporty to join in the challenge, however. "It’s not just a sports list," Antunes said. "We have everyday activities and playful games like building a snowman." There are also Indigenous games and lesser-known activities such as grounders, kin-ball and pickleball, all of which are outlined on the ParticipACTION website. Many of the activities also offer toned-down versions to cater to people of different ages, abilities and fitness levels. "It’s got a casual, fun sensibility - it’s not the kind of thing where you feel like you need to get a personal trainer," said ParticipACTION Play List 150 Ambassador Sara Hennessey, who says she earned her title "because I’m not the most sporty person in the world, but I’m enthusiastic to try new things." Hennessey is looking forward to trying several activities on the list for the first time, such as paddleboarding, rollerblading and axe throwing. She noted many of the activities can even be incorporated as a new twist on daily life. "I’ve been getting into recreational skating, which I hadn’t done since I was a kid," she said. "I do that with friends instead of meeting them for a coffee." While being active can be its own reward, ParticipACTION has other prizes on tap. Those who sign up at the organization’s website can win gift cards, Canadian vacations or even a car as they try out new activities. For more information, visit participaction.com/150

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Volunteers count 4,553 birds in frozen Rouge Park Close to 200 volunteers stood in frigid conditions on Sunday, Jan. 8, counting and identifying avian life in Scarborough’s Rouge Valley. In all, they recorded 4,553 birds of 57 species during the annual Rouge Bird Count. That included a Northern Shrike, three different spe-

cies of owl and three species of woodpecker, plus a bald eagle. "Everyone was really excited by these observations," said Jeffrey Sinibaldi, a Parks Canada spokesperson. Done Sunday for the 14th straight year, and now organized by Parks Canada and

the Toronto Zoo, the count provides Rouge Park managers and scientists with valuable clues about local ecology. Sinibaldi said birders had a great time despite temperatures low enough to trigger an extreme cold weather alert. Last year, rain ended the count early, he said.

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ing and better life skills, so now combining our sports programming with great life skills programming and we’re bringing in fantastic leading programmers from around the City of Toronto to deliver that alongside us - it’s a fantastic combination of catalytic programming," Bartlett said. Scotiabank contributed $300,000 toward the project, with that funding going toward a durable surface that will ensure it can serve multiple sports. With many in the downtown east area living in social housing, Bartlett noted the MLSE Foundation is prioritizing those in the greatest need throughout Regent Park, Moss Park, St. James Town and the surrounding area. "We’re partnering with Toronto Community Hous-

ing so youth residents of TCHC have first right of opportunity to register for programs," he noted. MLSE LaunchPad will also track various factors to determine its impact on youth, whether in terms of increased physical activity, better grades, better health, improved mental wellness and other factors. "Ten years from now, we’ll actually be able to point to that program specifically and say what effect that had on those youths’ lives with a real tangible measurement," Bartlett said. Tucker, who has taken on a role as a Scotiabank brand ambassador following his hockey career, pointed out that the benefits the new facility will offer go well beyond sports. "The mentoring and

coaching that these youth will get with the LaunchPad is just amazing," he said. "I was lucky enough in my community to have people around me who coached and mentored me, and (local youth) are going to get that over at the LaunchPad." He added that youth across the GTA need the types of opportunities provided by facilities such as the MLSE LaunchPad - opportunities that were lacking for years in Regent Park. MLSE LaunchPad cost $6 million to build and is expected to cost $2.5 million per year to program, with the MLSE Foundation footing the bill. For more information on the facility, visit www.mlsefoundation.org/MLSELaunchPad.aspx.

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Two years after the MLSE Foundation brought much-needed upgrades to the Regent Park South ice rink, the organization announced an increased investment in the downtown community. At a special event featuring former Toronto Maple Leaf Darcy Tucker, the foundation announced a new LaunchPad for Regent Park. The 42,000 square foot multi-purpose venue - set to open on Jan. 26 at Jarvis

and Dundas streets - will offer sports opportunities and a lot more. "It will be a multi-sport and multi-life skills programming hub combining mental wellness, a healthy body, ready for school and ready for work programming along with all of our great sports programming," said MLSE Foundation executive director Mike Bartlett. Multi-sport courts will allow kids and youth in the area to enjoy a wide variety of sports, with the space configurable to fit a variety of needs. Classrooms in the facility will offer life skills training and other supports, while a nutrition hub will feature a full kitchen to promote healthy eating habits. "We know sport can be the catalyst for better learn-

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Darcy Tucker talks with members of the Scarborough Sharks on Friday, Jan. 6, at the Regent Park South ice rink following an announcement by MLSE to open the MLSE Launch pad in the area.

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Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders ties a ribbon on an ambulance at the 2016 launch of MADD Toronto’s Project Red Ribbon Campaign at Police Headquarters.

’Exponential change’ coming to Toronto Police Service this year Chief Mark Saunders says ’community-centric’ policing is his mandate moving forward

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ANDREW PALAMARCHUK apalamarchuk@insidetoronto.com Toronto’s top cop wants to offload non-core police services like the city’s 600 school crossing guards in a year that is expected to see "exponential change" on the force. Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders said crossing guards shouldn’t be a police issue. "Why are we

one of the only police agencies in North America looking after this?" he said in an interview with Metroland Media Toronto. "We have a tremendous amount of schools across the city and getting these boys and girls across the road is important. We’re aware of that, but there are other entities that should be, and could be doing this." Not only are police in

charge of crossing guards, officers often fill in for them when the guards are away. "It’s 35 times a day, give or take," Saunders said. Police are also analyzing the types of calls they respond to. "We, on average, go to about two-million calls a year," Saunders said. In 2016, police responded to more calls than the previous year though fewer calls were for an emergency. l See TORONTO’S page 13


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Chin Lee, vice-chair of police services board and Scarborough Rouge River councillor. melines with some of the initiatives...Every three months, I have to report to my board to say that this report isn’t just a report that is sitting on my shelf; it’s a report that is actually being executed. The public had asked for that, and I will deliver." The implementation of the recommendations will be made over three years and is expected to save $100 million. "The savings will be coming from the reduction in the number of officers," Lee said. "The final target after these three years would be 4,700 uniform of-

ficers. Now, it’s about 5,200." Merging police stations are also in the plans. Saunders said officers typically record their encounters in their memo books and then input the information into a computer at the station. "But our business process is going to be more virtual," he said, adding a component of that could involve e-memo books so officers wouldn’t have to go to stations to input their encounters but do it "right where they are." In that way, stations would become less important.

"Crimes do not happen in police stations. Officers will spend more time out on the road," Saunders said. "One of the things we heard at all of the community consultations was they wanted more of a community-centric approach to policing, so we’re going to be policing the neighbourhoods by having more officers on the beat." Lee suggested more stations don’t necessarily mean better policing. He stressed many of the new initiatives will be implemented over three years "so don’t expect things to

change overnight." According to Toronto police statistics, shooting occurrences in 2016 were up 41 per cent over the previous year while the number of shooting victims increased by 34 per cent. Saunders said the problem isn’t unique to Toronto. "The answer is not just about enforcement," he added. "It’s about government working with the police to invest in those neighbourhoods that are in need of resources and that are in need of guidance, and I think that is the starting point to success."

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"We had more of these calls that, to be quite honest, the police might not have been the best resource to go to, so we want to prioritize to see what calls the police should be going to and what shouldn’t we be going to," Saunders said. "Through analytics, we’re going to figure out what those calls are going to look like that we’re not going to. "We will be embedding members of city hall to work with us to develop a more robust 311 program as well as also utilizing their bylaw officers and any other assets that they can bring to the table so that they will have a more active response." Saunders said his officers spent "over 3,100 reported hours" on the crossing guard file. "The taxpayers look at that and say is that the most effective and efficient way of using highly trained police officers?" But Scarborough-Rouge River Councillor Chin Lee, who is vice-chair of the police services board, said city studies have indicated that it’ll be more expensive if the city looks after crossing guards as well as beach life guards, who are also employed by police. "The hourly rates for the programs at the city are higher," he said, suggesting the crossing guards should be offloaded to the school boards because "they are more familiar with the schools than we are." Saunders said 2017 will see "exponential change" as police begin implementing the recommendations of the final report by the Transformation Task Force on modernizing the force. The final report goes to the police services board Jan. 26. An interim report was released in June followed by public consultations across the city. "Over the next year, you will see us starting to roll out more officers on foot," Saunders said. "The final report will also speak to ti-

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A man and woman dance the Tango during the 5th annual Toronto Tango Marathon. This year’s 6th annual event runs tomorrow to Sunday.

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ROM Daytime WHEN: 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. WHERE: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park CONTACT: 416586-5797 COST: Free with Museum Admission. In their roles as Collection Technicians for the Textiles and Costume section, Kristiina Lahde and Karla Livingston work with the pressures of limited time, resources, and a high volume of materials in order to defy gravity. Leaside Garden Tour Meeting WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. WHERE: Leaside Public Library, 165 McRae Dr. CONTACT: Donald Beard, donald5llir@hotmail.com COST: Free Marion Jarvie will speak about Hellebores.

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O Friday, January 13 A Culture of Convenience WHEN: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. WHERE: The Red Head Gallery, 401 Richmond Street W., suite 115 CONTACT: 416-504-5654 COST: Free Peggy Taylor Reid, through her lens-based practice, has constructed an ongoing typology of everyday objects. A Culture of Convenience runs to Jan. 28, opening

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O Monday, January 16 Scottish Country Dance - Beginner Lessons WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: St. Leonard’s Church, 25 Wanless Ave CONTACT: 416-5340516 COST: 10 weeks for $100 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 Tuesday, January 17 Free concert series WHEN: 12 p.m. to WHERE: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W. CONTACT:

service@coc.ca COST: Free The Free Concert Series presented by Canadian Opera Company continues in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre Jan. 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26 - all at noon.

O Wednesday, January 18 Empire of the Son WHEN: 8 p.m. to WHERE: Factory Studio Theatre, 125 Bathurst St. CONTACT: boxoffice@factorytheatre.ca COST: Tickets $25-$35 Factory present the Toronto premiere of Empire of the Son, the exhilaratingly original multimedia one-man show by actor, comedian, writer and former CBC radio broadcaster Tetsuro Shigematsu.

Next Stage Theatre Festival WHEN: 5 p.m. to WHERE: Factory Theatre Box Office, 125 Bathurst St. CONTACT: fringetoronto.com/ next-stage-festival/, general@fringetoronto.com COST: $15/$10 Run by the Toronto Fringe, NSTF features 10 of the best indie theatre companies in Canada from Jan. 4 to 15.

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The Secret Garden WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. WHERE: Trinity St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. CONTACT: podiumconcerts.com/, info@podiumconcerts.com COST: $39-$79 In concert for three performances only at the newly renovated and acoustically enhanced Trinity-St. Paul Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall with a world-class orchestra, Jan. 13 to 15.

ROMKids Day Camp WHEN: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park CONTACT: www.rom. on.ca/en/whats-on/rom-kidsdays, info@rom.on.ca COST: See website for details Looking for something to do with the kids on their school PD Days? Join in at the ROM for a day at camp! Registration is on a firstcome, first-serve basis.

The Drawer Boy WHEN: 8 p.m. to WHERE: Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Road CONTACT: 416-267-9292, www.theatrescarborough.com, sp_publicity@ theatrescarborough.com COST: $19-$22 The Drawer Boy by Michael Healey, presented by Scarborough Players. Show times: January 13, 14, 19,

20, 21, 26, 27 and 28 at 8 p.m.; January 15 and 22 at 2 p.m. Annual Toronto Tango Marathon WHEN: 9 p.m. WHERE: Lithuanian Hall, 1573 Bloor St. W. CONTACT: torontotangomarathon.com COST: $80-$89 A weekend of Argentine Tango in Toronto, Jan. 13 to 15 with outstanding DJs.

O Saturday, January 14 Evergreen’s Winter Village at the Brick Works WHEN: 11 a.m. to WHERE: Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave. CONTACT: 416-596-1495 COST: Free Enjoy the new Street Food Market, shop the Farmers Market and play outdoors. Eat, shop and play local. Open weekends through Feb. 28 (11 a.m.-6 p.m.). DJ Skate Nights WHEN: 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. WHERE: Natrel Rink - York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay W. CONTACT: info@harbourfrontcentre.com COST: Free Top local and international DJs rock the Natrel Rink while you skate and dance under the stars. This year, warm up and have a delicious snack or some craft beer rinkside at the new Boxcar Social location. Saturdays until Feb. 18.


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